Mesut Yurukcu

Mesut Yurukcu

PhD
Post-doctoral Researcher
College of Engineering
Office
EB Room 2.100A
Mesut Yurukcu is a postdoctoral researcher in particle physics at the College of Engineering, the University of Texas Permian Basin. He received his bachelor's degree in Chemical Engineering in Turkey and completed the Business Administration and Project Management master's degrees at DeVry University in Houston, TX. He conducted his Ph.D. studies at the Department of Applied Physics, the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, in thin-film coating and nanostructures' growth dynamics. After his Ph.D., he served in Texas A&M University Department of Applied Science as a visiting postdoctoral fellow on 3D printing materials. Before his current position, he worked as a researcher fellow on thermal interface materials at Incendium Technologies, LLC. With his interdisciplinary engineering, science, and business background, he was the founder and co-founder of several advanced technology companies in the last 20 years. His research areas Experimental&Theoritical Studies such as Thin Films, Coatings, Physical & Chemical Vapor Depositions, Electrochemical Depositions, Fuel Cells, Batteries, Sensors, Optics, Alternative and Renewable Energy Applications, Thermal Interfaces Materials (TIMs), 3D Printing, NanoTechnology, MEMS, COMSOL, Particle Physics, Astrophysics, and Computational Studies such as Monte Carlo Simulation, C++, Python, Machine Learning, and Artificial Intelligence. Leadership competencies with Business Administration and Project Management Skills. He is the author and co-author of about 25 journal papers, conference proceedings, eight book chapters, and one co-editor of energy book with a Coating Journal editorial board and reviewer of several high-impact journals.
Last Updated: 03/23/2022