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1 Invited Lecturer I-1. Two-Dimensional A III B VI Semiconductors. Properties and Applications: K. R. Allakhverdiev I-2. Correlation between electronic structure and properties of TE-TL metallic glasses: E. Babić, R. Ristić I-3. Recent progress in thin film II-VI solar energy materials: K. Durose, J. D. Major and Y. Y. Proskuryakov. I-4. Material Properties from First Principles Calculations: Nanostructures as an example: O. Gülseren I-5. Physical and chemical properties of nano size boron clusters and their ability for hydrogen hosting: Z. B. Güvenç I-6. Specific interactions of nematic liquid crystals for the alignment on substrates: R. Moldovan, T. Beica, Irina Zgura, S. Frunza, M.Poterasu I-7. Sol-gel Thin and Thick Film Applications at Harran University: İ. H. Mutlu 8 I-8. Peculiarities of capacitance measurements of nanosized high-k dielectrics: case of Ta 2 O 5 : N. Novkovski and E. Atanassova I-9. Direct quantitative measurement of lateral forces at atomic scale using Noncontact Atomic Force Microscopy (nc-afm): A. Oral I-10. Flexoelectricity: A Universal Sensoric Mechanism in Biomembranes and in Chem.-Biosensors: A. G. Petrov I-11. Polymer dynamics in nanocomposites studied by various techniques: P. Pissis 12 I-12. Anharmonicity effects in nanocrystals studied by Raman scattering spectroscopy: Z. Popović, Z. Dohčević - Mitrović and M. Šćepanović 13 I-13. Some Physical Properties of Quantum Dots: M.Tomak 14 I-14. Physical Properties of Phospholipid Vesicles as Models for Cell Shapes and for Transmembrane Transport: B. Zeks 15 Oral Presentations Topic B: Physics of Solid State OB-1 Linear and Nonlinear Optical Susceptibilities in Some Ferroelectrics (ab initio calculation): A. M. Mamedov OB-2 Application of Landau Theory on Magnetocaloric Properties of Tb 5 Si 2-x Ge 2- xz 2x (Z=Pb, Sn): E. Yuzuak, B. Emre, S. Ener, I. Dincer, A. Yücel Y. Elerman 17 18

2 OB-3 Effect of Confinement on Two Dimensional Quantum Dot Structure: B. Gülveren, Ü. Atav, M. Tomak OB-4 Anomalous Blocking Temperatures of Mechanically Activated ZnFe 2 O 4 Nanoparticles: S. Ozcan, B. Kaynar, and T. Fırat OB-5 Correlation between the optical, the structural properties and the surface morphology of poly-si films prepared by aluminium induced crystallization: D. Dimova-Malinovska, O. Angelov and M. Sendova-Vassileva OB-6 Effect of substrate temperature on the In 2 S 3 thin films prepared by spray pyrolysis method: D.Korkmaz, M.Bedir, M.Öztaş, Z.Öztürk, S.Sür OB-7 Thermodynamic properties of unconventional ferromagnetic superconductors: Dimo I. Uuznov OB-8 Magnetic properties of Fe implanted SrTiO 3 perovskite crytal: F.A. Mikailov, S. Kazan, A.G. Onan, Ju.I. Gatiyatova, V.F. Valeev, R.I. Khaibullin OB-9 Structural and magnetoelastic properties of amorphous RE-TM-B alloys: I. Mihalca, V.Kuncser, M. Valeanu, I. Grozescu, I. Damian, A. Ercuţa OB-10 Dispersive optical constants of TlInSSe crystals: I. Guler and N. M. Gasanly 26 OB-11 Ultrafast processes in solids driven by fs laser pulses: L. Nánai, S. Szatmári 27 OB-12 Macromolecular crystallography: usefulness of high-energy X-ray beams from SR: M. Aslantas, V. Stojanoff 2 and E. Kendi OB-13 Optical absorption of rare earth elements doped Sb 2 O 3 -WO 3 -Li 2 O (or Na 2 O): M. Hamzaoui, M. Baazouzi, M. Slimani, T. Djouama, A. Boutarfaia, M. T. Soltani, and M. Poulain OB-14 Electron mobility arising from exchange scattering potential in diluted magnetic semiconductors: M. Yuonesi, M. E. Ghazi, M. Izadifard OB-15 Magnetic and electrical transport properties of Ti - doped ErCo 2 : O. Kamer and Y. Öner OB-16 Raman spectroscopy characterization of composite semiconductor nanoparticles: V.M. Dzhagan, M.Ya. Valakh, A.L. Stroyuk, A.E. Raevskaya, S.Ya. Kuchmiy and D.R.T. Zahn OB-17 Fabrication of ZnO nanotubes using AAO template and sol-gel method: S. Öztürk, N. Taşaltın, N. Kılınç, Z. Z. Öztürk OB-18 d = 3 tj Model of Electronic Conduction: Global Phase Diagram with Quenched Random Impurities from Renormalization-Group Theory: M. Hinczewski, A.N. Berker

3 Topic C: Physics of Soft Matter OC-1 Anisotropic and Isotropic Electroconvection: Á. Buka, N. Eber and W. Pesch 35 OC-2 Electrical Characterization of Carbon Nanotubes and Fullerene Balls doped Nematic Liquid Crystals: Ö. Polat, S.E. San, A. Demir, M. Okutan and O. Koysal OC-3 Stress Induced Birefringence in As-Spun Polyester Fibers: V. Velev,T. Dimov, A. Popov and I.Iliev OC-4 Giant flexoelectricity in bent-core nematic liquid crystals: N. Éber, J. Harden, K. Fodor-Csorba, S. Sprunt, J.T. Gleeson, A. Jákli Topic D: Surface Interaction Phenomena, Thin Films and Confined Systems OD-1 Structural characterization and gas sensing properties of spun thin films of anthracen labeled PMMA thin films: İ. Çapan, Ç. Tarimci and A.K. Hassan OD-2 Structural and Magnetic Properties of Nanocrystalline Fe Thin Films on Si Substrate: A. Zolanvar, J. Nezamdost and H. Sadeghi OD-3 A novel preparation of the Salt-matrix FePt nanoparticles: M. Farahmandjoo, S. A. Sebt, S. S. Parhizgar, P. Aberomand, and M. Akhavan OD-4 Giant Magnetoresistance of Electrodeposited CoCu/Cu Multilayers: M. Şafak, M. Alper and H. Koçkar OD-5 An interface study of Ge(100)/Fe/Ge multilayer grown by Molecular Beam Epitaxy: S. Tari, and S. Sivananthan Topic E: Theory, Computer Modeling and Simulations OE-1 Theoretical Modeling for Quantum-Confined Stark Effect due to Piezoelectric Fields in GaInN Strained Quantum Wells: A. Hamid Reza, E. Hosein OE-2 DFT Studies of Grain Boundary Impurities in Nickel: H. H. Kart, and T. Cagin OE-3 Molecular Dynamics Study of Some Cu-based Ordered Alloys: S. Özdemir Kart, A. Erbay, H. Kılıç, H. H. Kart, T. Çağın and M. Tomak OE-4 Theoretical exploration of combined electronic+vibrational relaxation processes in a model system: S. Rashev and D. C. Moule OE-5 Two Dimensional Packing of Granular Rods: S. Sarıkaya, Y. Demirağaç and M.L. Kurnaz

4 OE-6 Atomistic Monte Carlo simulation of alkanethiol self-assembled monolayers on different metal surfaces: O. Alexiadis and V. G. Mavrantzas 49 OE-7 Transport properties of the Hubbard model in low dimensions: V.Celebonovic 50 Topic F: Application and Devices OF-1 Terahertz Radiation from Intrinsic Josephson Junctions of High-T c Superconductors and Effects of Local Temperature: L. Ozyuzer, Y. Simsek, F. Turkoglu and H. Koseoglu 51 Poster Presentations Topic A: New Materials: Molecular Design and Synthesis PA-1 Synthesis, Crystal Structure and Magnetic Properties of a Mn (III) Schiff- Base Complex: E.Donmez, H.Kara and O.Buyukgungor PA-2 Diameter control for Czochralski growth of paratellurite single crystals: I. I. Turok PA-3 Effect of the Growth Temperature on Carbon Nanotubes Grown by Thermal Chemical Vapor Deposition Method: M. Aksak, S. Kır, and Y. Selamet PA-4 Extraction of Effective Permitivity and Permeability of Artificial Backward Wave Media: F. Karadağ, M. Karaaslan and M. Z. Kurt PA-5 Simple fabrication of highly ordered AAO nanotubes: N. Taşaltın, S. Öztürk, H. Yüzer and Z. Z. Öztürk PA-6 Synthesis, Characterization and Thermal Behaviour of New Chiral Imine Mesogens and Their Achiral Analogs: N. Y. Canlı, A. Nesrullajev, Ö. Yaşa and B. B. Eran PA-7 Physical properties and magnetic susceptibility studies of Fluorophosphate glasses based on manganese: T. Djouama, M. Poulain, M.T. Soltani and A. Boutarfaia PA-8 Synthesis, Crystal Structure and Magnetic Properties of a Dimeric Fe (III) Tetradentate Schiff Base Complex: Y. Yahş 1, H. Kara, C. Kazak, A. Iakovenko, L. Sorace PA-9 Structural evolution during pyrolysis of sol-gel hybrid materials in the Si-C- O-M (M=Ti, Zr, Al, B) systems: Y. Ivanova, Y. Vueva

5 Topic B: Physics of Solid State PB-1 Atomic Force Microscopy Study On Bi 1.7 Pb 0.3-x Tb x Sr 2 Ca 3 Cu 4 O 12+y Superconductors: R. Zan, A. Ekicibil, A. Coşkun, E. Taşarkuyu, K. Kıymaç PB-2 Electrical Transport Properties, TEP and Thermal Conductivity Measurements of Tb-Substituted BSCCO Superconductor Bi 1.7 Pb 0.3- xtb x Sr 2 Ca 3 Cu 4 O y : R. Zan, A. Ekicibil and K. Kıymaç PB-3 Nanocrystallization of Al 88 Ni 10 Nd 2 Alloy By Mechanical Alloying: M. Gögebakan, A. Gündeş and O. Uzun PB-4 Spectrophotometric determination of oxygen stoichiometry in modification RE (rare earth elements)ba 2 Cu 3 O z superconducting samples: A.K. Stoyanova-Ivanova, St. Georgieva, T.K. Nedeltcheva, L.K. Vladimirova PB-5 Peculiarities of the Inversion Walls and Singular Points in Oriented Textures of Nematic Mesophase: A.Nesrullajev PB-6 Magnetic materials in the system B 2 O 3 -PbO-MnO-La 2 O 3 : N. Dulguerov, A. Staneva, Y. Dimitriev and E. Kashchieva PB-7 Testing the crystal undulator: A.Dizdar 68 PB-8 Accurate Evaluation of Integer and Non-Integer n-dimensional Debye Functions and Its Aplications to Si and Ge Cyristals: I.I.Guseinov, B.A.Mamedov, E.Çopuroğlu PB-9 Microstructural Characterization of Conventionally Solidified Al 63 Cu 25 Fe 12 Alloy During Heat Treatment: M. Gogebakan, B. Avar and O. Uzun PB-10 Influence of the gas medium on the nonlinear electrical characteristics of semi-insulating GaAs: A. Inalöz, H. Kurt, T.S. Mammadov and B.G. Salamov PB-11 Structural and optical parameters of Ca 1-x Sr x F 2 : B. Kostova, J. Mouchovski, O. Petrov, L. Dimitrov, L. Konstantinov PB-12 Ohmic Contacts to n- and p-type GaAs: Vl. S. Bakardjieva, Ch. M. Dikov, Z. I. Alexieva, P. I. Ivanov PB-13 Comparison between ITO and AZO thin films produced by laser ablation:c. Viespe, C. Sima, C. Grigoriu PB-14 Pressure and temperature dependence of molar volume of carbon tetrachloride near the melting point: H. Yurtseven and D. Kavruk PB-15 Growth and Physical Properties of Bi-doped: Pb 2 ScNbO 6 and Pb 2 ScTaO 6 Single Crystals: D. Petrova, V. Marinova, L. Yankova, S. Dobreva, D. Kaisheva, O. Petrov, M. Gospodinov

6 PB-16 Electrical and Photoelectrical Properties of Co, V and Co+V doped Bi 4 Ge 3 O 12 Single Crystals: D. Petrova, V. Marinova, P. Petkova, R. C. Liu, S. H. Lin, K. Y. Hsu PB-17 Lattice Dynamics of Ternary Antiferromagnetic TlFeSe 2 Crystal: A. M. Ulubey (Kulibekov), E. A. Gunay, T. K. Baykara, D. A. Huseinova, M. A. Nizametdinova, E. M. Kerimova, Z. Yu. Salaeva PB-18 Linear shift optical emission of InGaAsN quantum well nanostructure: E.Abdoli, H.Haratizadeh PB-19 Investigation the structural characterization of CuNi alloy during rapid cooling process by Molecular Dynamics Simulation: E. Akpinar Ergun and S.Cakmak PB-20 Vortex pinning in CNT-doped MgB 2 superconductor: E. Babić, M. Jerčinović, J. H. Kimand S. X. Dou PB-21 Microstructure and Physical Properties in Li-doped (Pb,Ca)TiO 3 - b(co,w)o 3 Ceramics: E. Dimitriu, F. Craciun, G. Prodan, R. Ramerand Victor Ciupina PB-22 Dielectric and Piezoelectric properties of Bi- doped PZT-PNN ceramics:e. Dimitriu, F. Craciun 2, G. Prodan, R. Ramer and V. Ciupina III VI PB-23 Investigation of physical properties the A 2 B 3 defect single crystals by Electron spins resonance: I.M. Askerov, B.A. Mamedov and E. Eser PB-24 Heterogeneous structures in non-traditional borate glasses: E.Kashchieva, Y. Dimitriev, B. Shivachev and D. Ilieva PB-25 Temperature dependence of the specific heat of cholesteryl myristate close to phase transitions: H. Yurtseven 1, E. Kilit 1,2 86 PB-26 Electrodeposited Ni-Co alloy films: The role of electrolyte ph on microstructural and magnetic properties: E. Gungor, M. Alper and H. Kockar PB-27 Current transport mechanisms of n-zno/p-cuo heterojunctions: F.Özyurt Kuş, T. Serin and N. Serin PB-28 Investigation of Thermal Stabilitiy and Mechanical Properties of Sand Cast, Chill Cast and Melt-Spun Eutectic Al-Si Alloys Modified with Sb: F. Yılmaz, O. Uzun, U. Kölemen, N. Başman PB-29 A novel iron oleate precursors (IOP) method for the synthesis of superparamagnetic magnetite using thermal decomposition method: S.Beyaz, F.Oze1, T. Tanrisever and H. Kockar

7 PB-30 Structural Properties of Polycrystalline Manganite La 1-x Ca x MnO 3 (x=0.06, 0.12, 0.28, 0.33, 0.40): G. Ünlü, A. Coşkun, E. Taşarkuyu, A.E. Irmak and A. Yücel PB-31 Description of Critical State of High-Temperature Ceramic YBa 2 Cu 3 O 7-x Superconductor with Account of Polycrystaline Structure of the Sample: K. Gamkrelidze, M. Mirzoeva, G.Shonia and G. Gamtsemlidze PB-32 Structural and c-axis Characterization of Superconducting Bi 2 Sr 2 CaCu 2 O 8+d Single Crystals Grown by Self-Flux Method: H. Koseoglu, Y. Simsek, F. Turkoglu, L. Ozyuzer PB-33 Phase transformation of FePd ferromagnetic shape memory alloy: S. Çakmak, H. Yildiz and A. Işık PB-34 Characterization of electrodeposited Ni-Fe films in terms of bath ph: H. Kuru, M. Alper and H. Koçkar PB-35 Temperature dependence of the order parameter, damping constant and activation energy close to phase transitions in sodium nitrite: Ali Kiraci 1, H. Karacali, and H. Yurtseven PB-36 Investigation of Crystallization Mechanism of The Melt Quenched Pb- Added BSCCO Superconductors: A. Coşkun, E. Taşarkuyu, H. Aslan and G. Ünlü PB-37 Study of the sintering Temperature Effects on Reflection Coefficient and Acoustic Signature of Na 1.5 Co 2 O 4 : I. AL-Suraihy, I. Hadjoub, A. Doghmane, and Z. Hadjoub PB-38 As3d core level studies of (GaMn)As annealed under As capping: I.Ulfat, J.Adell, J.Sadowski, Y.O.Khazmi, L.Ilver and J.Kanski PB-39 Photoluminescence Frequency Up-Conversion in GaSe in the Electric Field: A. Kulibekov (Ulubey),.T. K. Baykara, C. Pérez León, L. Kador, E. Yu. Salaev, K. R. Allakhverdiev PB-40 Effect of Boron (48) as additive on the structural properties of electrodeposited ZnCo alloys: I. H. Karahan, M. Bedir, and R. Koç PB-41 Exciton Energies and probability of their radiative decay in GaN/AlN Quantum structures: T. Tchelidze and L. Aptsiauri PB-42 Zero-field splitting parameters of Fe 3+ doped TlGaSe 2 crystal by superposition model: M.Açıkgöz, N.C. Dağyar PB-43 Effect of Ni addition on the structural and corrosive properties of electrodeposited ZnCo alloys: I. H. Karahan, M. Oduncuoğlu, and Ş. Çakmaktepe

8 PB-44 Pressure dependence of elastic constants of ZnS: ab-initio approach: M. Bilge, S. Ö. Kart, H. H. Kart, T. Çağın PB-45 Investigation of electrical characteristics of (Al-TiW+PtSi) n-si Schottky diodes depending on frequency and illumination: M.H. Kural, Ş.Altındal, İ.M. Afandiyeva PB-46 Thermally stimulated current study of traps distribution in Tl 2 Ga 2 Se 3 S layered crystals: M. Isik, N. M. Hasanli and H. Özkan PB-47 Characteristics of In x Ga 1-x P 1-y N y /GaP Quantum Wells: M. Oduncuoglu, B. Küçük, Ş. Çakmaktepe and İ. H. Karahan PB-48 Magneto-optical Properties of GaP Single Crystal: M S Omar and T A Abbas PB-49 Effect of alkaline elements in the electrical conduction of glasses based on Sb 2 O 3 : M. Slimani, M. T. Soltani, and M. Poulain. PB-50 New heavy metal oxide glasses based on Sb 2 O 3 for photonic applications: M. T. Soltani, A. Boutarfaia, and M. Poulain. PB-51 Excitons in the stacks of ZnSe/CdSe quantum dots: T. Kereselidze, T. Tchelidze and N. Tsiskarishvili PB-52 Redetermination of Chromium(III) Acetylacetonate: N. Dilek and B. Güneş PB-53 Magnetic materials in the system B 2 O 3 -PbO-MnO-La 2 O 3 : N. Dulguerov, A. Staneva, Y. Dimitriev and E. Kashchieva PB-54 Indentation size effect in depth sensing indentation tests of SiAlON ZrO 2 ceramics: O. Şahin, O. Uzun, U. Kölemen, N. Uçar PB-55 The effects of interface states on the electrical characterization of Al/TiO 2 /p-si/al(a) (MIS) structures: O. Pakma, N. Serin, T. Serin and Ş. Altındal PB-56 The role of cobalt content on the properties of electrodeposited CoCu films: O. Karaagac, H. Kockar and M. Alper PB-57 Linear Dichroism in Optical Spectra of Co ion in CdS: P. N. Petkova, T. N. Dimov and I. A. Iliev PB-58 Localized magnetic polaritons at the junction of two different antiferromagnetic superlattices: R. Askerbeyli (Tagiyeva) and B.Tanatar PB-59 Magnetic properties of the Hf-base metallic glasses: R. Ristić, D. Pajić, K. Zadro, E. Babić, Ž. Marohnić and Đ. Drobac

9 PB-60 Hartman Effect in Kane type quantum networks: Ş. Çakmaktepe, İ. H. Karahan and M. Oduncuoğlu PB-61 Modeling of radio-frequency breakdown in hydrogen: I. P. Iliev, S. G. Gocheva-Ilieva PB-62 Comparison of the structural-optical properties of CdS thin films deposited by chemical bath deposition and by spray pyrolysis: S.Sur, Z.Öztürk, M.Öztaş, M.Bedir and D.Korkmaz PB-63 The role of solution parameters and ions on superparamagnetic magnetite nanoparticles and magnetic fluids: S.Beyaz, T.Tanrisever and H.Kockar PB-64 Growth and AC- conductivity study of Pb 2 ScNbO 6 crystals doped with La: T.I. Milenov, D. Kerina, P.M. Rafailov, M. Veleva, L.Yankova, G.V. Avdeev and M.M. Gospodinov PB-65 Characterization of a novel 1,3-bis-(p-iminobenzoic acid) indane Langmuir-Blodgett (LB) films containing Cd 2+ ions in Langmuir-Blodgett (LB) films: T. Uzunoğlu H. Sarı, R. Çapan, H. Namlı and O. Turhan PB-66 Effect of optical anisotropy of reflection of (110) surface of GaAs: I.T Trapaidze, T.A. Minashvili and K.D.Davitadze PB-67 Electrical and optical properties of implanted ZnO layers: T. Butkhuzi, M. Sharvashidze, L. Aptsiauri, E. Kekelidze, N. Gaphishvili, G. Natsvlishvili and L. Trapaidze PB-68 Optical properties of Zn x Cd 1-x O films prepared by sol-gel spin coating method: S.Ilican, Y. Caglar, M. Caglar, F. Yakuphanoglu PB-69 Structural and electrical properties of sol gel spin coated CdO thin film: Y. Caglar, S. Ilican, M. Caglar, F. Yakuphanoglu PB-70 Multifractality of The Eigenstas In Fibonacci Al X Ga 1 X As/GaAs Superlattices: Z. Aziz, R. Djelti and S. Bentata PB-71 Film characterization and electrical properties of calix[8]acid Langmuir- Blodgett thin film: Z. Özbek, R. Çapan, H. Sarı, T.Uzunoğlu and F. Davis PB-72 Growth and spectroscopic characterization of organic polymer-stabilized CdS nanoparticles: Yu. M. Azhniuk, V. M. Dzhagan, Yu. I. Hutych, A. E. Raevskaya, A. L. Stroyuk, S. Ya. Kuchmiy, M. Ya. Valakh and D. R. T. Zahn PB-73 Dilute Nitride into GaInAs and GaInP: M. Oduncuoglu, Ş. Çakmaktepe and İ. H. Karahan PB-74 Investigation of band gap in ZnO:Mn nano thin films grown by sol-gel: M. Yuonesi, M. E. Ghazi, M. Izadifard

10 PB-75 Electrical characterization of ZnO films: N. Kavasoglu, A.S. Kavasoglu, Ş. Oktik PB-76 Correlation Between Magnetostriction and Polarization in Orthorhombic Manganites: I.Radulov, V.Lovchinov,, D.Dimitrov, P.Simeonova,V.Nizhankovskii PB-77 An Attempt For Explanation of The Dichev Rings: K. Lovchinov, K. Kalaydjiev, V. Lovchinov PB-78 Frequency Dependent Dielectric Properties and AC Electrical Conductivity of Au/SrTiO 3 /n-si Structures: M.T. Mammadov, Y. Şafak, U. Aydemir, Ş. Altındal PB-79 Velocity-Field Relation in HgCdTe Versus Alloy Composition: M. Akarsu, O. Ozbas and S. Aydogu PB-80 Structural and Magnetic Characterization of RF Plasma Nitrided Layer on FeCrNi alloy: O. Öztürk, S. Okur, N. Sönmez, J. P. Riviere PB-81 Dissolution kinetics of some As-Te-Cd chalcogenide thin films: V. Vassilev, K. Petkov, T. Hristova-Vasileva and L. Aljihmani PB-82 Crystallization, kinetics and mean bond energy of glasses from the As 2 Se 3 - GeSe 2 -SnTe system: V. Vassilev, L. Aljihmani And T. Hristova-Vasileva PB-83 Strength Characteristics of Polymer Composites with Mechanically Activated Waste Dust from Electrofilters: M. Koleva, V. Vassilev, A. Zheglova, E. Fidanchevska, G. Vassilev Topic C: Physics of Soft Matter PC-1 Fabrication and characterization of perylene and naphtalene bis benzimidazole for n-type organic field effect transistors : C. Tozlu, S. Erten Ela, Th. B. Singh, N.S. Sariciftci, S. Icli PC-2 Measurement of spontaneous polarization of a ferroelectric liquid crystal film: R. Karapinar and M. O Neill PC-3 Ultrasonic calculation of mechanical parameters of anthracene single crystals and thin films: A. Haddad, M. Doghmane, Z. Hadjoub and A. Doghmane PC-4 Nonlinear Thermotropic and Thermo-Optical Behaviour of Planar Oriented Textures in Nematic Liquid Crystals at Phase Transitions: N. Avcı, A. Nesrullajev and Ş. Oktik PC-5 Peculiarities of Optical Transmission in Homeotropic and Planar Oriented Textures of Thermotropic Nematic Mesophase: A. Nesrullajev and N. Avcı

11 PC-6 Mechanical Analysis of Electrochemically Synthesized Polythiophene by Using Depth-sensing Microindentation Technique: N. Başman, C. Alkan, O. Uzun, F. Yilmaz, U. Kölemen PC-7 Electroconvection in a sheared nematic liquid crystal: N. Éber, Ö. Polat and Á. Buka PC-8 Thermotropic Properties and Magnetic Field Effect on Nematic Phase Transitions in the Ternary System Based on TTAB: O. Masalci, N. Kazanci PC-9 Sandpile Formations on Angularly Accelerated Horizontal Plane and Their Surface Dynamics: S. Manukyan and M.L. Kurnaz PC-10 Peculiarities of Magneto-Mophologic Behaviour of Lyotropic Nematic and Cholesteric Mesophases in Amphiphilic Systems: P. Özden, A. Nesrullajev, Ş. Oktik PC-11 Calculation of the T-P phase diagram of benzene: S. Şen and H. Yurtseven 155 PC-12 Dielectric Spectroscopy of a Thermotropic Liquid Crystalline Polymer with Eleven Methylene Groups in The Side Chain: F. Salehli, S. Yıldız, H. Özbek, E. Uykur, Y. Hepuzer Gürsel, Y. Yüksel Durmaz 156 Topic D: Surface Interaction Phenomena, Thin Films and Confined Systems PD-1 Effects of Post-Production Techniques for Amorphous materials on Giant Magneto Impedance: A.A. Taysioglu, M.C. Haciismailoglu and N. Derebasi PD-2 Density dependence on the thickness of different layers deposited on Si and Al 2 O 3 substrates: A. Gacem,, A. Doghmane, Z. Hadjoub PD-3 Surface characterization of amorphous materials: A. Peksoz, S. K. Akay, K. Erturk, M. C. Haciismailoglu, N. Derebasi, G. Kaynak PD-4 FT-IR spectroscopic investigation of 1-propanethiol adsorption on A type zeolites: N. Kaya and B. Bardakçı PD-5 High-T c Superconducting Transition Edge YBCO Bolometers For The Near-Infrared Region: D. Abukay, H.Y. Günel and B.Pekerten PD-6 Comparison of the characteristic parameters of Bi/n-Si and Ni/n-Si Schottky diodes: B. Kızıldağ, H. S. Güder, H. A. Çetinkara, G. Çankaya, N. Uçar PD-7 Antireflective Filters from TiO 2 and ZnO Composite Thin Films: D. Saygin-Hinczewski, M. Hinczewski, I. Sorar, F.Z. Tepehan, G.G. Tepehan

12 PD-8 Comparison of the room temperature sensitivity of ZnO and ZnO:Co thin films to NH 3 exposure: H. Nichev, O. Angelov, D. Dimova-Malinovska, V. Georgieva, V. Mikli PD-9 Effect of buffer layer, thickness and deposition pressure on the structural and magnetic properties of Co thin films: K. Vahaplar, H. S. Alagoz, S. Okur, S. Tari PD-10 Effect of buffer layer and annealing temperature on the magnetic properties of Fe/TaO x /Co trilayers for spintronics applications: H. Tokuc, S. Tari PD-11 Electrochemical production of Fe-Cu films: Impact of deposition potential on microstructural and magnetic properties: A.Karpuz, H. Kockar and M. Alper PD-12 A Novel Method for Controlling the Cluster Size Distribution: J. Kourtev, R. Pascova and M. Marinov PD-13 Surface layer in systems containing aerosil and cyanophenyls: L. Frunza, T. Beica, I. Zgura, S. Frunza, D. Stoenescu, A. Schönhals PD-14 Dynamics of water molecules confined in nanopores: L. Frunza, A. Schönhals, S. Frunza PD-15 Effect of Mn incorporation on the optical properties of sol gel spin coated ZnO films: M. Caglar, S. Ilican, Y. Caglar, F. Yakuphanoglu PD-16 Langmuir-Blodgett film preparation and properties of Arylboronic acid derivatives: M. Evyapan, R. Çapan and H. Namlı PD-17 Investigation of meta- and instability effect in thin film silicon materials using intensity and temperature dependence of steady state photoconductivity: E.Turan, G.Yilmaz and M.Gunes PD-18 The electrical and structural properties of ferroelectric BTO thin film grown by magnetron sputtering: M.M. Bülbül, Ş. Altındal, F. Parlaktürk, A. Tataroğlu PD-19 Magnetic Co and PtCo alloys thin films preparation by sputtering system: M. Erkovan and O. Ozturk PD-20 Preparation, Growth, and Magnetic properties of Nonvacuum Co doped ZnO powders and films on Glass Substrate: N. C. Dagyar, S. Tirpanci and L. Arda PD-21 The effects of oxygen doping and annealing on the electrical properties of tetrakis(alkylthio)-substituted lutetium (III) bisphthalocyanines thin films: N. Kılınç, D. Atilla, A. G. Gürek, Z. Z. Öztürk, V. Ahsen

13 PD-22 Measurement and evaluation of losses and group effective refractive index of Er 3+ -doped Ti:LiNbO 3 optical waveguides: G. C. Vasile and N. N. Puscas PD-23 Properties of thin SiO 2 films deposited by RF sputtering: J. M. Terrazas, N. Nedev, E. Manolov, B. Valdez, D. Nesheva and R. Brüggemann PD-24 Investigation of a p-cuo/n-tio 2 thin film heterojunction fabricated by the sol-gel process: N. Yildirim, T. Serin and N. Serin PD-25 Substrate Temperature Dependence of Indium Tin Oxide Thin Films grown by DC Magnetron Sputtering and their characterization: O. Tuna, Y. Selamet, G. Aygun, F.Turkoglu, L. Ozyuzer PD-26 The Use of Thin Film DLC for Graded Bandgap Solar Absorbers: S. Tinchev, P. Georgieva PD-27 Optimized a-c:h thin film solar absorber: P. I. Nikolova and S. S. Tinchev 183 PD-28 The Langmuir and Deposition Properties of Calixarenes: Z. Özbek, S. Şen, F. İnce,R. Çapan, H. Göktaş, M.E. Özel and F. Davis PD-29 Effect of Sn doping on the optical and electrical properties of ZnO thin films prepared by spray pyrolysis method: S. Aksoy, Y. Caglar, S. Ilican and M. Caglar PD-30 Optical properties of charged polymer with nano-sized zeolite inclusions: I. Naydenova, T. Yovcheva, I. Vlaeva, R. Todorov, V. Toal, and S. Sainov PD-31 Characterisation of Langmuir Blodgett films of new multinuclear copper and zinc phthalocyanines and their sensing properties to volatile organic vapours: Y. Açıkbaş, M. Evyapan, T. Ceyhan, R. Çapan and Ö. Bekaroğlu PD-32 Light and internal field controlled ferromagnetism in ZnMnO/ZnO low dimensional structures: T. Tchelidze, E. Chikoidze, and Y. Dumont, A. N. Other, S. Bloke and R. U. Blake PD-33 Electric charge influence on holographic recording in photopolymers: T. Yovcheva, K. Beev, Tz. Perova, V. Dragostinova, G. Mekishev and S. Sainov PD-34 Electrical behavior if multiplayer A 3 B 5 heterostructures: Z.Alexieva, M.Milanova, P.Vitanov, and R. Kakanakov PD-35 Preparation of Catalyst Particles for the Growth of Carbon Nanotubes: S. Kır, M. Aksak, and Y. Selamet

14 PD-36 Fabrication of ZnO nanotubes with sol-gel method in anodically grown vertically oriented TiO 2 nanotube arrays: Z. Çolak, S. Öztürk, E. Şennik, Z. Z. Öztürk PD-37 Transport of photoexcited charge carriers via metal-insulator-silicon structures containing Si nanoparticles: I. Bineva, D. Nesheva, Z. Levi, N. Nedev and S. Rashev PD-38 ZnO Active Role in N-Type CuInGaS Solar Cells: P.Garoi 194 Topic E: Theory, Computer Modeling and Simulations PE-1 The effect of the number of energy levels of a demon for the simulation of the four-dimensional Ising model with the lattice size L=24 on the Creutz cellular automaton: G. M. Kızılırmak, A. Duran, Z. Merdan and A. Günen PE-2 The finite-size scaling study of the Binder parameter for the eightdimensional Ising model: A. Duran, G. M. Kizilirmak, Z. Merdan and A. Günen PE-3 Molecular Dynamics Simulations of Structural and Transport Properties of Liquid CdSe: A. E. Irmak PE-4 The Finite-Size Scaling Study Of The Specific Heat For The Four- Dimensional Ising Model In The Presence Of An External Magnetic Field On The Creutz Cellular Automaton: Z.Merdan, M. Öztürk, C. Kürkçü and A.Günen PE-5 TiO 2 thin films deposited by pulsed laser deposition method: C. Sima, C. Viespe, C. Grigoriu, S. Jinga PE-6 On the evaluation of some sums used in the finite-size scaling theory: E. S. Pisanova PE-7 On the theory of the phase transitions in thin layers of anharmonic crystals with long-range interaction: Hr. T. Kisov and E. S. Pisanova PE-8 First Principles Calculations of Zincblende InP: E. Uçgun, H.Y.Ocak, S.Aydoğu and S.Zeyrek PE-9 Influence of the surface state to the threshold and time properties of the ferroelectric liquid crystal: H.F. Abbasov PE-10 Heat capacity of 13- and 19-atom Pd-Co binary clusters: Parallel Tempering Monte Carlo Study: H. Arslan and A. E. Irmak PE-11 Geometrical study of a rib waveguide-improvement of the coupling with optical fiber: F.Fares, M.Bouchemat, T.Bouchemat, S.Laval, L.Vavien

15 PE-12 Prediction of dynamic hysteresis loops in nano-crystalline toroidal cores using artificial neural networks: M. C. Haciismailoglu, A. A. Taysioglu, K. Erturk, I. Kucuk and N. Derebasi PE-13 The Numerical Approaches of Relations to the Fractal Dimension D and the Stick Probability Coefficient t in the Diffusion-Limited Aggregation: M. Bayirli PE-14 Monte Carlo Simulation of the Pattern Formations on the Uniform Subtract Surface: M. Bayirli and Z. Merdan PE-15 Optimization of AlGaAs/GaAs solar cell by numerical modeling: P I Ivanov, P K Vitanov, E A Goranova, M M Milanova, B G Arnaudov PE-16 Scattering of narrow solitons from point defects in molecular chains: R. S. Kamburova, K. T. Stoychev and M. T. Primatarowa PE-17 Empirical Modeling of Electrical Resistivity Properties of Electrodeposited ZnFe alloys: İ. H. Karahan PE-18 A new formulation for electrical resistivity of electrodeposited ZnFe alloy films by neural network: İ. H. Karahan 1 Ş. Çakmaktepe, M. Oduncuoğlu and Ö. F. Bakkaloğlu PE-19 On the free frequencies of vibration of ortrotropic plates: R.Lassoued, M. Guenfoud PE-20 Prediction of acoustics materials signatures via angular spectrum model in dark field microscopy: S. Bouhedja, I. Hadjoub, A. Doghmane and Z. Hadjoub PE-21 Models theory of elasticity of a heterogeneous solid body for nanostructures: S. M. Galileev PE-22 Interaction of solitons with point defects in molecular chains: K. T. Stoychev, M. T. Primatarowa, and R. S. Kamburova PE-23 Optimized magneto optical rib waveguides to realize a converter: M.R.Lebbal, T.Bouchemat, M.Bouchemat, A.Hocini, J.J Rousseau, F.Royer PE-24 Molecular-dynamics simulations of Rh, Ir and Rh 0.80 Ir 0.20 Alloys: Ü. Bayhan, Y. Öztekin Çiftçi, S. Özsev Kart, M. Çivi and K. Çolakoğlu PE-25 Investigating structural changes in Ca 1-x Sr x F 2 by computer modeling and digital simulation of HRTEMI: V. Dimov, B. Kostova, L. Konstantinov PE-26 The simulation of the two-dimensional Ising model on the creutz cellular automaton for the fractals obtained by using the model of diffusion-limited aggregation: Z.Merdan, M. Bayırlı, M. Öztürk and D. Ünal

16 TopicF: Application and Devices PF-1 Theoretical modelling of unusual capacitance behaviour by using admittance spectroscopy in a-si:h/sio 2 /c-si heterostructure: A. S. Kavasoglu, N. Kavasoglu, A. O. Kodolbas and O. Oktu PF-2 On the profile of voltage dependent surface states and series resistance in Al/p-Si Schottky diodes with thin insulator layer at high frequency: D.E. Yıldız PF-3 Electrical characterization of interface states of the Sn/p-InP Schottky barrier diodes using admittance and DLTS measurements methods: D. Korucu, Ş. Altındal, S. Özçelik, T.S. Mammadov PF-4 Use of Al 2 O 3 as an absorbing Layer in Radiation Sensors: E. Yılmaz and R. Turan PF-5 On the effects of air-exposure-time and time-dependency of Pb/p-Si Schottky diodes: H. A. Çetinkara, H. S. Güder, A. Türüt PF-6 Measurement of complex impedance of an infrared emitting diode at different temperatures: A. Dönmez, H. Bayhan PF-7 Analysis of Current-Voltage Characteristics of Au/n-GaAs Schottky Barrier Diodes in Wide Temperature Range: H. Altuntaş, M. Gökçen PF-8 Temperature dependent interface states and series resistance of Al/Polymer/PEDOT-PSS/ITO heterojunction diodes: R. Şahingöz, H. Kanbur, Ş. Altındal PF-9 Effects of γ-ray irradiation on the C V and G/ω V characteristics of Au/Bi 4 Ti 3 O 12 /SiO 2 /n-si (MFIS) Structures: İ. Dökme, Ş. Altındal, F. Parlaktürk PF-10 The effects of frequency and γ-ray irradiation on the dielectric properties of Au/Bi 4 Ti 3 O 12 /SiO 2 /n-si(mfis) Structures: İ. Dökme, Ş. Altındal, F. Parlaktürk PF-11 The forward bias current density-voltage-temperature (I-V-T) characteristics of Al-SiO 2 -psi (MIS) Schottky diodes: S. Özdemir, İ Dökme and Ş. Altındal PF-12 Temperature Dependent Electrical Characteristics of Shottky Barrier Diodes Formed By Electrodepositon: K. Erturk, I. Kucuk, M.C. Haciismailoglu M. Ahmetoglu (Afrailov) and N. Derebasi PF-13 On the anomalous peak in the forward bias C-V curves of in Au/SiO 2 /n- GaAs structures: M. Gökçen, H. Altuntaş PF-14 Electrical, Structural and Morphological Properties of Ni/n-Si Contacts: M. Özer S. K. Akay, A. Peksoz, K. Erturk and G. Kaynak

17 PF-15 The Scattering Mechanims in InAs 1 x N x alloy: S. Aydoğu, M. Akarsu and Ö. Özbaş PF-16 Structural, Morphological and Electrical Properties of Cu/n-Si Schottky Diodes: S. K. Akay, A. Peksoz, M. C. Haciismailoglu, K. Erturk, N. Derebasi,G. Kaynak and A. Avinc PF-17 Analysis Of C (V) Characteristics Of Mos Capacity With A Nanometric Oxide: Trapped Charge Effect: S. Latreche, A. Merzougui, C. Gontrand PF-18 Cryogenic Temperature Effect on Electrical Characteristics of SiGe, SiGeC HBT: M. Lakhdara, S. Latreche, M. Bouhouche, and C. Gontrand PF-19 Frequency dependent dielectric properties of Al/Polymer/PEDOT- PSS/ITO heterojunction diodes: H. Kanbur, Recep Şahingöz, Ş. Altındal PF-20 Investigation of Quartz Resonators for QCM Application: Z. Raicheva, Y. Lazarov, L. Spassov, V. Georgieva, V. Gadjanova, Ts. Angelov, L. Vergov, M. Atanasov PF-21 Thicness Dependance of Optical Properties of Polymer [poly (NphAOEMA)] Nanometric Thin Films: R. Şahingöz, F. Yakuphanoglu, M. Voigt and C. Soykan PF-22 Temperature dependent electrical characteristics of metal-ferroelectricmetal (Au/SrTiO 3 /n-si) structures: Y. Şafak, U. Aydemir, Ş. Altindal, M.T. Mammadov, A. Tataroğlu PF-23 Energy distribution profiles of interface states in Al/p-Si Schottky diodes with a thin native insulator layer: Ş. Altındal, İ. Yücedağ PF-24 On the anomalous peak at low and moderate frequency C-V curves of in Al/SiO 2 /p-si structure at the forward bias region: İ.Yücedağ PF-25 Growth and characterization of La 2 CoMnO 6 crystals with double perovskite structure: T.I. Milenov, P.M. Rafailov, M.N. Veleva, S. Dobreva, L. Yankova, G.V. Avdeev and M.M. Gospodinov

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