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UCL Mechanical Engineering
Faculty of Engineering Sciences


Mehmet Onur Aydogdu

  • PhD Researcher
  • UCL Mechanical Engineering

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Research Area


Research Outine

Materials processing and manufacturing using advanced mechanical engineering approaches

About Mehmet Onur Aydogdu

Mehmet Onur Aydogdu is a PhD student in the Mechanical Engineering Department at University College London with 5 years of academic research and project management experience. He has a first-class honours degree in Materials Engineering with a BSc background in Biology. By blending the aspects of these two disciplines, he has been tackling the challenges of worldwide health problems by creating various types of advanced materials. Previously, he worked on different projects on an international level including joint research activities around the globe. These projects have included the design, production, and testing of the different types of products for tissue engineering and drug delivery applications, especially focused on inducing cellular behaviour and increasing the response of the native cells with the aim of speeding up the self-regeneration phenomenon using tissue scaffolds consisted of biomaterials. In the search of simulating native tissues with the principals of biomimicry, he has been using contemporary production methods such as 3D printing, electrospinning, electrospraying, and pressurized gyration. Mehmet Onur’s current research is focused on combining antibiotics and nanoparticles using electrohydrodynamic approaches.
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