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Assoc. Prof. Ş. Sibel MENTEŞ

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Phone: +90 212 285 3117
Fax: +90 212 285 2926
E-mail: smentes@itu.edu.tr
Web Page: http://www3.itu.edu.tr/~smentes
Address: ITU Faculty of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Meteorological Engineering Department, 34469 Maslak İstanbul Turkey

 

Education


BSc Meteorological Engineering, ITU, Turkey, 1981
MSc: Meteorological Engineering, ITU, Turkey 1984
PhD: Meteorological Engineering, ITU, Turkey 1996

 

Brief Resume

S. Sibel Mentes worked  in Turkısh State of  Meteorological Department at Atatürk Airport from 1981 to 1989. She received her MsC & PhD in 1984 and 1996 respectively in Department of Meteorology  at Faculty of Aeronautics and Astronautics in ITU. She is currently working at the same department  as an Associate Professor.

 

Selected Publications

  •  Y. Tulunay, E. T. S¸enalp, S¸ . Oz, L. I. Dorman, E. Tulunay, S. S. Mentes¸6, and M.  E.Akcan A fuzzy neural network model to forecast the percent cloud coverage   and cloud top temperature maps” Annales Geophsicae, 26, pp. 3945-3954,   2008   
  • S. Rüstemoğlu,  M. Tunç, Ş. S. Menteş, “ Energy Production Estimation in Three Different Places in Istanbul”  International Workshop On Energy From Space For A Sustaınable  Envıronment, 06-08 November,  Istanbul, 2008,TURKEY 
  • Ş. S. Menteş and Z. Kaymaz  “Investigation of Surface Duct Conditions Over İstanbul, Turkey”,  Applied Meteorology, vol. 46, No. 3, pp.318-337, 2006
  • Y. Unal, and S.  Menteş, “Frequency of the Heat Waves in Istanbul and its Relation to circulation patterns, International Conference  on Climate Change and the Middle East Past, Present and    Future, 20-23 Nov. 2006, Ist. Tech. Univ. Turkey,  pp, 152-161 
  • H.TATLI, H. N.DALFES and Ş. S. MENTEŞ “Surface Air Temperature Variability over Turkey and Its Connection to the Large-Scale Upper Air  Circulation via Multivariate Techniques”  Int. Journal of Climatology, 2005, No. 25, pp. 331-350. 
  • H. Tatlı, N. Dalfes,  S.S.Mentes,"A Statistical Downscaling Method for Montly Total Precipitations Over Turkey" Int. Journal of Climatology, No.24, pp. 161-180, 2004.