School of Engineering

Staff Profile

Dr Mehmet Kulan

Research Associate

Background

Mehmet is a Research Associate within the Electrical Power Research group of the School of Engineering. He works as a researcher under supervision of Dr Nick Baker.

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Background

Mehmet C. Kulan received the B.Sc. degree in Electrical and Electronics Engineering from Bilkent University, Ankara, Turkey in 2011 and he obtained MSc and PhD degrees from the University of Newcastle Upon Tyne  U.K., in 2013 and 2018 respectively, as part of Electrical Power Research Group, School of Engineering. His research interests include thermal management of electrical machines and finite element modelling of electric motors/alternators.

Qualifications

2014 – 2018 :

Ph.D. in Electrical and Electronic Engineering

Newcastle University, Electrical and Electronic Engineering

Thesis Title: Analysis of the Influence of Different Manufacturing Methods on the Thermal Aspects of Permanent Magnet Electrical Machines

Supervisors: Dr. Nick J Baker and Dr James Widmer

 

2012 – 2013 :

M.Sc. in Electrical Power

Newcastle University, Electrical and Electronic Engineering

 

2006 – 2011 :

B.Sc. in Electrical and Electronics Engineering

Bilkent University, Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Ankara, Turkey

 

Research

Research Projects

September  2017 - present      :

Research Associate at Newcastle University, School of Engineering, Electrical and Electronic Engineering

Project: The ENCASE/Rolls Royce Project (Enabling Novel Controls & Advanced Software for Engines)

Fault Tolerant Aerospace Alternators / Different Machine Topologies

Principal Investigator: Dr Nick Baker


May 2014 - May 2016                :

Research Assistant at Newcastle University, School of Engineering, Electrical and Electronic Engineering

Project: Permanent Magnet Alternator Development for Aerospace

Thermal Management of Aerospace Alternators

Dynamic Tests of PMA and Loss Measurements

Publications