Module Technologies

Asst. Prof. Dr. Talat ÖZDEN

Division Coordinator, Module Technologies
Module technologies department carries out; integration of Photovoltaic systems (such as at Building, Vehicle and Agricultural Application) that provides direct electrical energy conversion from the sun into new areas of use, increasing the efficiency of solar panels made with existing technologies from cell to module (CTM), R&D studies on the creation of solar panels with developing new cell technologies and performance measurements and analyzes in the laboratory and in the open field.
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September 27, 2022

ODTÜ-GÜNAM Among the “Most Successful Turkish Research Institutions”

Based on the official data of the European Commission published on August 22, 2022, according to the “Most Successful Turkish Research Institutions” ranking published by TÜBİTAK Horizon Europe Program, ODTÜ-GÜNAM received a total fund of 1.27 million Euro from the Horizon 2020 program for the period 2021-2027. ODTÜ-GÜNAM has become the only Research Infrastructure among the leading higher education institutions in our country. We congratulate all our researchers who contributed to the project applications. (Source: TÜBİTAK Horizon Europe Website) #project #research #funding #horizoneurope

September 21, 2022


The application deadline for the “BEST For Solar – Solar Energy Ideathon”, which will be held at Ege University Solar Energy Institute between October 22-23, 2022, in which ODTÜ-GÜNAM is on its organizing committee, is September 23, 2022. For more information and application:

August 10, 2022


Urban Planning and Design Ready for 2030 ODTÜ-GÜNAM’s project application for “UP2030 (Urban Planning and design ready for 2030)” within the scope of “HORIZON-MISS-2021-CIT-02-01-2030” under the Mission 2021 year calls of Horizon Europe Program, Climate-Neutral, and Smart Cities. It is aimed to provide “guidance” for cities to reach their climate-neutral goals with the studies to be carried out within the consortium, in which METU-GÜNAM is involved with a total of 46 participants, including 12 countries from the European Union. Within the scope of the project, in which Middle Technical University and Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality from Turkey are also involved; the…