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Faculty Member at ADU Received the Prestigious Scholarship of the World This Year

Faculty Member at the Department of Physics, Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Director of Nanotechnology Research and Application Center, Prof. Dr. Ethem Aktürk was deemed worthy of the "Experienced Researcher Scholarship" of Alexander Von Humboldt Foundation, one of the prestigious awards of the scientific world. Congratulating the faculty member, Rector of the university Prof. Dr. Osman Selçuk Aldemir said, “The acceptance of scientific studies in the international arena makes us happy. I congratulate our faculty member for the success he has achieved and wish him continued success.” Rector of the University Prof. Dr. Osman Selçuk Aldemir said that it is very important for scientific studies carried out by Aydın Adnan Menderes University to be accepted in the international arena. Underlining that the achievements achieved are an important source of motivation, Rector of the University Prof. Dr. Osman Selçuk Aldemir said, “I congratulate our faculty member for his success and I wish him continued success. "Experienced Researcher Scholarship" of Alexander Von Humboldt Foundation, one of the world's most prestigious scholarships, came to our university this year. I wish him continued succes. I wish good luck to both our valuable facuty member and our university.” The Alexander Von Humboldt Foundation, one of the world's most prestigious and preferred science support organizations, offers research opportunities to 500 scientists from different countries of the world every year in Germany, and the foundation also has a large network of 27 thousand academicians and researchers, including 54 Nobel laureates, in 140 countries. Humboldt Research Fellowship for Experienced Researchers, given by the researcher's scientific achievements and independent research potential, can be given to researchers from all over the world regardless of their area of expertise. Within the scope of the scholarship, where only 20% of applications are accepted and an average of three scientists are supported annually in our country, the opportunity to conduct research in Germany is offered with the project of their choice. In addition, the scholarship promises to make a lifelong financial contribution to the future research of the academician or researcher. Prof. Dr. Aktürk will conduct his research at the Munich Technical University Physics Department as part of the scholarship.