Ali Oğulcan İlhan, researcher and industrial designer, is giving a seminar, titled ‘A Computational Approach to Modeling the Growth of Disciplines and Interdisciplines’ in B Block, Room 105, on December 17th, 2013, at 14.00. You are all welcome.
Ali Oğulcan Ilhan has recently received his PhD degree in Sociology from the Washington State University. He holds BSc and MSc degrees in industrial design from Istanbul Technical University. His recent studies explore the factors that promote or inhibit the growth and institutionalization of disciplines and interdisciplines in the US, utilizing a unique longitudinal database that covers the period of 1970-2012. His research interests include longitudinal/ hierarchical data analysis, social network analysis, science and technology studies, sociology of knowledge,sociology of disciplinarity and interdisciplinarity, design disciplines and professions.
PhD Washington State University, Computational Sociology 2013
MSc Istanbul Technical University, Industrial Design 2007
BSc Istanbul Technical University, Industrial Design 2003