Prof. Dr. F. Seniha Güner

Prof. Dr. F. Seniha Güner

Contact information
Telephone: +90 212 285 68 36 (Room); +90 212 285 72 12 (Lab.)
Fax: +90 212 285 29 25
E-mail: Office: B319
Web Page:
Address: ITU Department of Chemical Engineering Maslak 34469 Istanbul

Education Current Courses 
Ph.D.: ITU Chemical Engineering, 1993

Fluid Mechanics, Biomaterials, Polymer Chemistry, Advanced Fluid Mechanics for Chemical Engineers

M.Sc.: ITU Chemical Engineering, 1990
B.Sc.: ITU Chemical Engineering, 1983

Research Areas
Polymer/biopolymer synthesis, characterization and applications, Design of drug delivery systems, Surface treatment of polymers, Flow behavior of polymer melts and polymer solutions

Scientific and Professional Memberships

Accreditation and Quality Committee (2001-2006, 2009-2012, 2015-cont.).

Scholarship Committee (2013-cont.)

Graduate Program Executive Board (2015-cont.)

Professional Positions,  Awards and Scholarships

İTÜ Academicians Association
Primary Publications

1)Meran M, Akkus PD, Kurkcuoglu O, Baysak E, Hizal G, Haciosmanoglu E, Unlu A, Karatepe N, Güner FS, Noncovalent Pyrene-Polyethylene Glycol Coatings of Carbon Nanotubes Achieve in Vitro Biocompatibility, Langmuir, 2018, 34(40), 12071-12082.

2) Kurkcuoglu SS, Kurkcuoglu O, Güner FS, A multiscale investigation on controlling bovine serum albumin adsorption onto polyurethane films, Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 2018, 135(2). DOI: 10.1002/APP.45669

3) Güner OZ, Cam C, Arabacioglu-Kocaaga B, Batirel S, Güner FS, Theophylline-Loaded Pectin-Based Hydrogels. I. Effect of Medium pH and Preparation Conditions on Drug Release Profile, Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 2018, 135(38). DOI: 10.1002/APP.46731

4) Bas A, Yilmaz O, Ibis A, Dogu M, Kirkkopru K, Güner FS, Melt flow properties of graphite nanoplatelets-filled polypropylene, Journal of Composite Materials, 2017, 51(19), 2793-2804

5) Akkas T, Citak C, Sirkecioglu A, Güner FS, Which is more effective for protein adsorption: surface roughness, surface wettability or swelling? Case study of polyurethane films prepared from castor oil and poly(ethylene glycol), Polymer International, 2013, 8(62), 1202-1209.