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  • Shifts in American coercive diplomacy policies through energy weapon 

    Bilgin, Gökberk (Bilkent University, 2021-09)
    This thesis focus on two issues. First, it evaluates the performance of oil as a weapon for coercive diplomacy from the perspective of the United States and its rivals. It investigates three different case studies: Japan ...
  • European Union and Turkey: mobility and in/security 

    Lüleci-Sula, Çağla (Bilkent University, 2021-10)
    International Political Sociology (IPS) literature mainly focuses on the actions of the European Union (EU) in their analyses of externalization in the Mediterranean, examining how border security policies and practices ...
  • Modeling of droplet motion on textured surfaces 

    Naji, Mayssam (Bilkent University, 2021-09)
    We describe the motion of a droplet on a textured ratchet track using a non-linear resonator model. A textured ratchet track is composed of semi-circular pillar array that induces a net surface tension gradient on a droplet ...
  • Learning based control compensation for multi-axis gimbal systems using inverse and forward dynamics 

    Leblebicioğlu, Damla (Bilkent University, 2021-09)
    Unmanned aerospace vehicles (such as rockets, drones, and satellites) usually carry sensors as their primary payload. These sensors (i.e., electro-optical and/or infrared imaging cameras) are used for image processing, ...
  • A cellular device to target cancer cells 

    Ostaku, Julian (Bilkent University, 2021-10)
    Cancer is the second leading cause of death globally, affecting one out of three people during their lifetime. Due to its severity and high incidence, numerous treatment methods have been implemented, with the Chimeric ...

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