Cevat Erisken, Ph.D.
Columbia University in the City of New York, Biomedical Engineering
Columbia University, New York, New York
Biomedical Engineering Department
BMEN E6001x Advanced Scaffold Design and Engineering Complex Tissues (10 students)
Dr. Erisken lectured for this course in Spring-2011 and Fall-2011 semesters on the topics of “Electrospinning: Process, modeling and applications in tissue engineering” and “Nanofiber scaffolds for complex tissue engineering: applications for tissue-tissue interfaces”, respectively. This course provides systematic approach for advanced biomaterial selection and biomimetic scaffold design for tissue engineering and regenerative medicine. It also covers the formulation of bio-inspired design criteria, scaffold characterization and testing, and applications on forming complex tissues or organogenesis.
New York University, New York, New York
Department of Biomaterials and Biomimetics
Bioceramics G17.1003 (35 students)
Dr. Erisken lectured for this course in Spring-2010 and Spring-2011 semesters on the topics of “Fabrication of functionally graded composite scaffolds for tissue engineering applications” and “Polymer-ceramic nanofibrous composite matrices for complex tissue engineering”, respectively. The course is structured to train students in the fundamentals of composite biomaterials, their fabrication, use as bone substitutes, and application for the engineering of bony tissues.
Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken, New Jersey
Chemical & Biomedical Engineering Department
ChE 210 Process Analysis (40 students)
Assisted in the preparation of course materials and tutored problem solution sessions, evaluated homework assignments, mid-terms and final examinations. This course aims at giving an introduction to the most important processes employed by the chemical industries, such as biochemical, pharmaceutical, plastics, chemical, and petrochemical. The major emphasis is on formulating and solving material and energy balances for simple and complex systems. Equilibrium concepts for chemical process systems are developed and applied.
ChE 432 Chemical Engineering Laboratory (24 students)
Taught, supervised and evaluated lab sessions on unit operations including distillation, crystallization, fluid flow dynamics, principles and operation of shell and tube heat exchangers. It is a laboratory course designed to illustrate and apply chemical engineering fundamentals. The course covers a range of experiments involving mass, momentum and energy transport processes and basic unit operations.
Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey
Department of Chemical Engineering
ChE 352 Heat Transfer Operations (50 students)
Assisted in the preparation of course materials and tutored problem solution sessions, evaluated homework assignments, mid-terms and final examinations. This course provides fundamental molecular mechanisms of heat transfer described by Fourier's law. Also provided are transport of heat in turbulent regime, heat transfer by radiation, and heat transfer to fluids with phase change.