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Asist. Prof. Dr. Ayşe Gül GÜNGÖR



Phone: +90 212 285 7352
Fax: +90 212 285 3139
E-mail: ayse.gungor@itu.edu.tr
Web Page: http://web.itu.edu.tr/~gungoray/
Address: ITU Faculty of Aeronautics and Astronautics,
Department of Astronautical Engineering
Maslak 34469  İstanbul, Turkey

Education

BSc Aerospace Eng., Istanbul Technical University, Turkey, 2000
Mechanical Eng., Istanbul Technical University, Turkey, 2001
MSc: Aerospace Eng., Istanbul Technical University, Turkey, 2004
Aerospace Eng., Georgia Institute of Technology, USA, 2007
PhD: Aerospace Eng., Georgia Institute of Technology, USA, 2009

Brief Resume

Dr. Gungor received her double-major B.S degrees in aerospace and mechanical engineering and her M.S degree in aerospace engineering from Istanbul Technical University in Turkey in 2000, 2001, and 2004, respectively. She joined Computational Combustion Lab at School of Aerospace Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology in 2003 for her graduate studies where she completed her M.S and PhD in 2007 and 2009, respectively. Between 2009 and 2012 she worked as a postdoctoral fellow at Fluid Mechanics Lab at Polytechnic University of Madrid. She joined Department of Astronautics, Istanbul Technical University in 2001 as a research assistant and became an assistant professor in 2012. Her areas of research interest include turbulent flows and its modeling, computational fluid dynamics, numerical methods and lattice Boltzmann approach.

Principle Publications

  • A.G. Gungor, M.P. Simens, and J. Jimenez, ‘Direct numerical simulations of wake-perturbed separated boundary layers’, Journal of Turbomachinery, Vol. 134, 2012.

  • A.G. Gungor, M.P. Simens, and J. Jimenez, ‘DNS of separated flows under the influence of wakes’, In Proceeding of the 9th European Turbomachinery Conference, 2011.

  • A.G. Gungor, M.P. Simens, and J. Jimenez, ‘The pre-cursor of Kelvin-Helmholtz instabilities in wake-perturbed boundary layers’, In Proceedings Division of Fluid Dynamics of the American Physical Society, Baltimore, MD, USA, 2011.

  • J.A. Sillero, A.G. Gungor, J. Jimenez, and R.D. Moser, ‘Comparison of the one- and two-point second-order statistics for zero-pressure-gradient turbulent boundary layers and channels at Ret = 1000-2000’, In Proceedings Division of Fluid Dynamics of the American Physical Society, Baltimore, MD, USA, 2011.

  • G. Borrell, J. Jimenez, and A.G. Gungor, ‘Direct numerical simulation of a high-entrainment turbulent boundary layer’, In Proceedings Division of Fluid Dynamics of the American Physical Society, Baltimore, MD, USA, 2011.

  • A.G. Gungor and S. Menon, ‘A new two-scale model for large eddy simulation of wall-bounded flows’, Progress in Aerospace Sciences, Vol. 46, pp. 28-45, 2010.

  • A.G. Gungor and S. Menon, ‘Multiscale simulation of near-wall turbulent flows’, Direct and Large Eddy Simulation VII, ERCOFTAC Series, Vol. 13, pp. 161-166, 2010.

  • A.G. Gungor, M. Sanchez-Rocha and S. Menon, ‘Hybrid two-level and large eddy simulation of wall bounded turbulent flows’, Advances in Turbulence XI, Springer, Vol. 117, pp. 322-324, 2007.

  • A.G. Gungor and S. Menon, ‘Direct simulation of subgrid turbulence in high-Re, wall-bounded flows’, AIAA Paper, AIAA-2006-3538, 2006.

  • J. Orphee, A.G. Gungor, M. Sanchez-Rocha and S. Menon, ‘Direct and large eddy simulation of decaying and forced isotropic turbulence using lattice Boltzmann method’, AIAA Paper, AIAA-2006-3904, 2006.

  • K. Kemenov, A.G. Gungor and S. Menon, ‘Two-level simulation of high Re wall-bounded flows and isotropic turbulence’, AIAA Paper, AIAA-2005-5318, 2005.