Cultural Heritage (CH) is at the heart of my research agenda. In 2016, I received my PhD in Architecture from the Izmir Institute of Technology. I am specialized in information management aspects of cultural heritage assets during my PhD studies, but my research interest spans a wider context; being at the crossroad of information communication technologies (ICT) and CH, particularly on the topic of developing spatial data acquisition techniques, and establishing spatial and historical analysis strategies digitally for CH entities (both architectural and ethnological collections).
In 2017 and 2018, I worked as post-doctoral researcher in the MAP research unit (Modèles et simulations pour l'Architecture et le Patrimoine, UMR CNRS/MCC) at the The National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS), France. While there, my research experience extended to citizen science paradigm, abstract and geo-referenced data visualization for large CH collections.
In 2019, I joined to the Amsterdam School of Historical Studies (ASH) as post-doctoral researcher within the context of The Freedom of the Streets. Gender and Urban Space in Eurasia (1600-1850). I am leading the development of digital historical visualizations including GIS-mapping and the making of 3D models of early modern streets as interfaces for historical research on premodern gendered urban space.