Burç  Mısırlıoğlu

Faculty of Engineering and Natural Sciences


    Ph.D.: University of Connecticut
  • B.Sc. and M.Sc.: İstanbul Technical University

Work Experience

    2007-2008: Post-doctoral Associate at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Area of research: Impact of surface electronic states on electrochemical activity of solid oxide cathodes)
  • 2006-2007: AvH Fellow at Max Planck Institute of Microstructure Physics (Area of research: Effect of interfaces and periodicity on electrical properties of ferroelectric superlattices)

Areas of Interest

  • Functional materials for components in electronic applications.
  • Phase transitions in functional oxides and artificially grown multilayers/superlattices.
  • Effect of defects on thermodynamics and phase transitions of crystalline materials.
  • Ferroelectrics and dielectrics with tunable properties.
  • Semiconducting properties of ferroelectrics as wide bandgap systems.
  • Growth and characterization of ferroelectric and multiferroic films using chemical precursor methods.