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ITU Faculty of Aeronautics and Astronautics
Meteorological Engineering Department
Maslak Ä°stanbul, Turkey
Dr. Selahattin Incecik, is the Professor of Atmospheric Science at the Department of Meteorology, Istanbul Technical University, Turkey specializing in applied meteorology and climatology, aerosols, air quality, air quality-climate, tropospheric and stratospheric ozone, photochemical pollution, atmospheric boundary layer processes, wind energy and modeling, climate-CO2 mitigation, air quality and meso-scale meteorological modelling by an impact assessment of air pollution. Dr. Incecik has worked as an international scientist since 1986, in academia and non-governmental organizations. He obtained the PhD degree in ITU,Turkey and he followed Post Doc studies in Penn State University, USA. His academic and industrial work was conducted within collaborative scientific groups, based in Europe, the USA and Asia. He has conducted several research studies which resulted numerous peer-reviewed publications and international conference papers to date. By now Prof. Incecik has supervised 7 PhD and 5 MSc Thesis in Meteorology, Atmospheric Sciences and Environmental Sciences. He was Head of Department in 1998-2001 and the coordinator of the Atmospheric Sciences Graduate Program in Istanbul Technical University in 2007-2010.
He was mainly involved COST-728 and ES1002 WIRE group and he is a Management Committee member in these COST Actions. He was also recently involved and finalized in MEGAPOLI Project- Megacities: Emissions, urban, regional and Global Atmospheric POLlution and climate effects, and Integrated tools for assessment and mitigation (MEGAPOLI)-PROJECT as an FP7. He was also involved to the NEC- National Emission Ceiling Project in Turkey in 2011. Dr.Incecik is recently coordinated two projects entitled “Operational Improvement Potential of the EUAS’s Thermal Power Plants as mitigation of CO2 to be privatized in Turkey” and National Emission Ceiling Project by PM Group,UK under Ministry of Environment and Urbanization of Turkey. He is also working two ongoing projects entitled “Local climate change in 3 cities (Cairo, Nairobi, Istanbul) with different population, urban structure, land use classification and climate characteristics and compare different adaptation strategies to local climate change in these cities” by EurAfrica Project and “The Impact of climate change on water resources in Turkey by using three Earth System Models coupled with RegCM3”. He is a Council member and University representative in Turkish National Geodesy and Geophysical Union Council. He also is acting member of the Turkish Industrialists’ and Businessmen Association (TUSIAD) Environmental Group for the Air quality and Climate and Adaptation-Mitigation.
He and his co-workers prepared two environmental reports for TUSIAD. He is also representative of Turkey in NATO SPS ITM, Air Pollution Modelling and Its Applications since 2001 as a Scientific Committee member of ITM. Dr.Incecik is Conveners of the Energy Meteorology, Air Pollution and Atmospheric Environment Program in Asia Oceania Geosciences Society and Air Quality Session of EuchMS Chemistry Congress. He is also on the Editorial Advisory Board of the Journals: Atmospheric Pollution Research, Int.Journal of Hydrology Science and Technology. Prof. Incecik was selected European Science Foundation Reviewer for the period of 01 May 2010 - 30 April 2012. Dr Incecik has coordinated and organized International Air Quality Management Conference Series since 1997 with IUAPPA. The last one was held in 2012 in Istanbul.
He was certified by bestowing awards with his contribution by Nobel Peace Prize on IPCC Special Report as lead author. Dr Incecik’s contribution of Nobel Peace Prize Award 2007 winning UN IPCC -Climate Change with a Special Report on Chemical and Radiative Effects of Halocarbons and Their Replacement Compounds” in Safeguarding the ozone layer and the global climate system: issues related to hydrofluorocarbons and perfluorocarbons in the member of the Working Group I as lead author in Chapter 2.
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