Bilkent Merkez Kütüphanesi Sanat Galeri'sinde öğle tatilleri sırasında verilmiş seminerler

One on One conversation: Directing American Plays in Turkey
Asst. Prof. Jason Hale  
Markov and His Chains
Prof. Tuğrul Dayar, Department of Computer Engineering, Bilkent University. 
All that glitters is not gold, nor all that sparkles silver: Ancient Anatolian jewellery unveiled
Dr. Thomas Zimmermann, HART, Bilkent University.  
Well-Done! On Chemistry and Cooking
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Ulrike SALZNER CHEM, Bilkent University 
A Typical Turkish Leadership Comparisons within Turkey and Cross-Nationally
by Prof. Carnot Nelson 
Making Sense of Language Use - Shop advertising in English in a lingua franca context
by Dr. Louisa Buckingham, Bilkent University MA TEFL program; BilWrite 
Colour Design in the Built Environment
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Nilgün Olguntürk, Department of Interior Architecture and Environmental Design, Bilkent University 
Turkish Economy During the AKP Rule
by Assoc. Prof. Refet Gürkaynak
Department of Economics, Bilkent University  
Homicidal Sleepwalkers: Can We Blame Them?
Dr. Simon Wigley
Department of Philosophy, Bilkent University  
What Educators Can Learn from Games
Robin Turner
Faculty of Academic English Program, Bilkent University 
Cultural Conflicts Continue in the Kitchen
Chef Elif Denizci
Tourism and Hotel Management, Bilkent University 
Altruism in Cancer Research Curing the Patient (and Saving the isolated scientists)
Assist. Prof. Ali Osmay Güre
Molecular Biology and Genetics, Bilkent University 
The Fourth Phase of Matter: Liquid Crystals
Prof. Ömer Dağ
Department of Chemistry, Bilkent University  
Çocuk Gelinler
Prof. Tomris Türmen 
The Wisdom of Groupwork
by Yr. Doç. Dr. Kadire Zeynep Sayım
İşletme Fakültesi, Bilkent Üniversitesi  
Mobile Information Retrieval
by Prof. Fazlı Can
Department of Computer Engineering, Bilkent University  
International Relations in a Changing World
Doç. Dr. Pınar Bilgin
Uluslararası İlişkiler Bölümü, Bilkent Üniversitesi  
Cyprus and the European Court of Human Rights
by Prof. Dr. Tekin Akıllıoğlu, Hukuk Fakültesi  
Turkish Love Poetry
by Prof. Talat Halman Department of Turkish Literature  
Hot Time In The Old Town
by Yr. Doç. Dr. Edward Kohn
Tarih Bölümü, Bilkent Üniversitesi  
ANNA KARENINA & DNA: Collobrative Aspects of Cognitive Neurogenomics
Prof. Tayfun Özçelik Moleküler Biyoloji ve Genetik Bölümü ve Dr. Katja Dörschner Psikoloji Bölümü 
Pottering along the Black Sea, Sinope and It's Ceramics Workshops
by Assoc. Prof. Dominique Tezgör-Kassab, Department of Fine Arts  
Prospects of Turkey
by Prof. Sübidey Togan, Department of Economics 
End of CINEMA? or how I learned to stop worrying and new cinephilia
by Assoc. Prof. Ahmet Gürata Department of Communication and Design  
Which is True? Turkey is part of EUROPE or Turkey is not part of Europe
by Prof. Halil İnalcık, simulataneous translation was provided by Dr Akif Kirecci 
Mathematics: The Gentle Giant
by Prof. Sinan Sertöz
Department of Mathematics 
The Contemporary African American Novel
by Assoc. Prof. Lale Demirtürk
Department of American Culture and Literature 
Realm of the Coral: Color, camouflage, consumption, cleaning and courtship under tropical seas
Orhan Aytür began scuba diving in 1998 and shorty afterwards became interested in underwater photography. He has been taking photographs under water since 2000.

Orhan Aytür has received more than 50 awards in national and international underwater photography competitions. Most notably, he won the Jorge Albuquerque Prize at the prestigious Antibes World Festival of Underwater Pictures in 2007. He qualified to be one of two photographers on the Turkish national underwater photography team twice in a row. He was placed third in the “Macro Photograph” category at the 11th CMAS Underwater Photography World Championship in 2007. 
Kurdish Initiative by Prof. Metin Heper
Chair of the Department of Political Science; Prof. Heper talks about the recently publicized Kurdish Initiative. 
Too many notes? The Evolution of Polyphonic Texture and its Absence in Turkish Music by Onur Türkmen
Computational Electromagnetics: What Does It Mean to Break the World Record in Bilkent?
Prof. Dr. Levent Gürel talks on fast algorithms for computational electromagnetics (CEM) and the application thereof to scattering and radiation problems involving large and complicated scatterers, antennas and radars, frequency-selective surfaces, high-speed electronic circuits, optical and imaging systems, nanostructures and metamaterials. 
Surviving the Hostile Internet
Can Uğur Ayfer talks on the comtemporary threats on the Internet and explains the techniques used by cyber-criminals/fraudulant people and suggest some remedies to these threats. 
Language, Learning and Color Perception
Dr. Emre Özgen gives a talk on "Color Perception", its flexibility and that categorical perception of color can be induced in people using perceptual learning paradigms in the laboratory. This idea came in support of the linguistic relativity hypothesis, proposing that language, through its color categories, can shape people’s perception of color.  
Einstein to Bartok: Academic Refuge in Republican Turkey by Prof. Norman Stone
Nanotechnology: Why is it so hot?
Prof. Dr. Ekmel Özbay has published 169 articles in SCI journals, and 202 international conference proceedings. His publications have received more than 3000 SCI citations. He holds 2 patents in the area of photonic crystals. He has given 63 invited talks in international conferences. His recent review article on plasmonics appeared as an invited review article in Jan. 12th 2006 issue of Science.  
"Walking On All Fours: Evolution and Human Disease" by Prof. Tayfun Özçelik