Gaziantep University



Department of Nuclear Physics

Faculty Member Contact Study Group
Prof.Dr. Bülent Gönül(Head of the Department) Web e-Mail Nuclear Physics Group
Assoc.Prof.Dr. Mustafa Yılmaz Web e-Mail Nuclear Physics Group
Prof.Dr. Okan Özer

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Asst.Prof.Dr. Hümbet Ahmedov Web e-Mail Nuclear Physics Group
Asst.Prof.Dr. Mehmet Koçak Web e-Mail Nuclear Physics Group
Research Asst. Latif Hasan Çite Web e-Mail Nuclear Physics Group
Research Asst. Halide Köklü Web e-Mail Nuclear Physics Group

In Nuclear Physics Group, the subjects given below have been studying as MSc. and PhD studies. The research topics and their contents are briefly explanied. People intending for MSc. and PhD. studies with our group are advised to meet the group members for the detailed information about the content.

The topics can be summarized as follows: There are studies on Supersymmetric quantum mechanics, quantum mechanical three-body problem, theoretical analysis of nuclear reactions involving deuteron and halo nuclei, mapping between potentials, distinct solutions of Schrödinger equation including constant and position dependent masses via different algebraic methods within the consideration of central and non central potentials, quarkonium physics, analysis of even-even nuclei within the frame of collective model. In addition to these, the solutions of Hermitic and non-Hermitic equations by using Asymptotic Iteration Method (AIM), PT-symmetric QES potential solutions are studied. Additionally, the analytical and numerical solution methods of critical mass calculation of uranium compounds used in nuclear reactors for thermal and fast neutrons diffusion equation studies and the fission, neutron energy spectrum and cross-sectional area and mass efficiency studies are carried out.

Besides that, the average energy and average number of prompt neutrons and the shape of neutron spectra determining the process of next generation neutron interactions in the atomic reactor are studied under the topic of the division-prompt neutron energies and their angular distributions. These studies include the neutron data researches by the Cf-252 isotope neutron spectrum analysis. Also, the neutron fields in the medical accelarators are studied: Since the fast electrons incident on a heavy target material produce X-rays, it must be investigated if electrons higher than 100MeV energy can produce extra neutron dose in the treatment process by X-rays. These studies compose of the investigation of neutron field and dose in producing various energetic accelarator.

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Nuclear Physics Group

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