About Me

I am an observational astrophysicist at the University of Geneva.

I received my Ph.D. from the University of Geneva. My doctorate studies started at the University of Istanbul in 2013 and I was a pre-doctoral fellow at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics for the first two and half years of my Ph.D. Just after that, I was accepted as a Ph.D. candidate in the University of Geneva where I got my degree. And I continue my research in the same department as a postdoctoral researcher. 

My research focuses on high-mass star formation in the giant molecular clouds and cloud complexes in the Galaxy as well as infrared-dark high-mass clumps which are the birthplaces of high-mass stars and stellar clusters. I work with infrared (Spitzer, 2MASS, UKIDSS) and submillimeter data (MOPRA, APEX).

Other than astrophysics, I am very interested in the environment and sustainable development. You can find about me more under outreach.

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