HASAN demirkoparan 
Hasan DEMIRKOPARAN Assistant Teaching Professor Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar Education City, P.O.Box: 24866, Doha, Qatar Phone +974 5589 4362 email: hasand@qatar.cmu.edu
EDUCATION: Ph. D. in Mathematics, May 2005, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI. Thesis Advisor: Thomas J. Pence Thesis Title: Pure azimuthal shearing deformations for an extended class of elastic materials that are characterized by a microstructurally motivated internal balance principle M.S in Industrial Mathematics, May 2004, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI M.S. in Statistics, May 2002, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI B.Sc. in Mathematics Education, January 1995, Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey B.Sc. in Mathematics, January 1995, Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey
RESEARCH INTERESTS Mechanics of deformable solids  Nonlinear elasticity  Boundary value problems in nonlinear elasticity  Coupling of solid mechanics with other effects  Mathematical modeling of highly deformable solids undergoing swelling  Generalization of the isotropic scission and reformation theory of rubberlike materials to fibrous materials
Professional Experience 2005Current Assistant Professor, Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar Instructor for the following courses: 21120 Differential and Integral Calculus, 21127 Concepts of Mathematics, 21241 Matrix Algebra, 21256 Multivariate Analysis, 21257 Optimization, 21301 Combinatorics, and 21355 Principles of Real Analysis I
19982005 Teaching Assistant, Department of Mathematics, Michigan State University Lecturer for the following courses: Multivariable Calculus, Calculus, Intermediate Algebra, College Algebra, Applied Business Calculus, and Signiﬁcance of Mathematics Grader for Differential Equations
19951996 Teaching Assistant, Department of Mathematics, Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey Leading recitation hours for Calculus for Engineers and Differential Equations
PUBLICATIONS· Pure azimuthal shearing deformations for an extended class of elastic materials that are characterized by a microstructurally motivated internal balance principle, Michigan State University, Ph. D. Thesis, 2005.
• H. Demirkoparan and T.J. Pence, Swelling of an internally pressurized nonlinearly elastic tube with fiber reinforcing, International Journal of Solids and Structures 44 (2007) 40094029.
• H. Demirkoparan and T.J. Pence, The effect of fiber recruitment on the swelling of a pressurized anisotropic nonlinearly elastic tube, International Journal of Nonlinear Mechanics 42 (2007) 258270.
• H. Demirkoparan and T.J. Pence, Torsional swelling of a hyperelastic tube with helically wound reinforcement, Journal of Elasticity 92 (2008) 6190.
• H. Demirkoparan, T.J. Pence and A. Wineman, On dissolution and reassembly of filamentary reinforcing networks in hyperelastic materials, Proceedings of the Royal Society A 465 (2009) 867894.
• H. Demirkoparan, T.J. Pence and A. Wineman, Emergence of fibrous fan morphologies in deformation directed reformation of hyperelastic filamentary networks, Journal of Engineering Mathematics 68 (2010) 3756.
• H. Demirkoparan, T.J. Pence and A. Wineman, Torsion of a fiber reinforced hyperelastic cylinder for which the fibers can undergo dissolution and reassembly, International Journal of Engineering Science 48 (2010) 11791201.
· H. Demirkoparan, T.J. Pence and A. Wineman, Fiber remodeling during torsion of a fiber reinforced hyperelastic cylinder – Unloading behavior, Journal of Elasticity 104 (2011) 163185.
MEMBERSHIP: American Mathematical Society, The Society for Natural Philosophy
Journal Reviewer for: · Journal of Elasticity · International Journal of Nonlinear Mechanics
GRANTS: Current Grants 201215: QNRF NPRP 413331214 Complex material response described by continuum mechanics with a deformation gradient product that has novel hyperelastic implications, $819,068 (CoPI) 201215: QNRF NPRP 411381178 New mathematical models for the large strain swelling response of biological tissues, $864,669 (CoPI) Older Grants 20062008: QF 930106 Boundary Value Problems in Nonlinear Elasticity When Solid Mechanics is Coupled With Other Effects, $55,029 (PI) 20082011: QF 930106 Continuation of Boundary Value Problems in Nonlinear Elasticity When Solid Mechanics is Coupled With Other Effects, $144,971 (PI)
HONORS AWARDS: Senior Teaching Assistant Award for Excellence in Teaching by the Department of Mathematics, Michigan State University
Fellowship award for graduate study abroad by Turkish Ministry of Education
Conference Proceeding · H. Demirkoparan and T. J. Pence, Finite deformation of fiber reinforced hyperelastic tubes under swelling, Proceedings of CanCNSM 2008, June 2529, 2008, Toronto, pp. 109116
Conference Presentations (presenter listed first) · T. J. Pence and H. Demirkoparan, Shearing deformations for a class of elastic materials with an internal balance based on a decomposition of the deformation gradient, 6^{th} International Congress on Industrial and Applied Mathematics, July 1620, 2007, Zurich, Switzerland. · H. Demirkoparan and T. J. Pence, Torsional swelling of a hyperelastic tube with helically wound reinforcement, 2^{nd} Doha Conference on Applied Mathematics and Computational Sciences, March 30April 1, 2008, Doha, Qatar. · H. Demirkoparan and T. J. Pence, Finite deformation of fiber reinforced hyperelastic tubes under swelling, 3^{rd} Canadian Conference on Nonlinear Solid Mechanics, June 2529 2008, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. · H. Demirkoparan, T. J. Pence, A. Wineman, Modeling dissolution and reasesembly of fibers in a fiber reinforced hyperelastic matrix, 16^{th} US National Congress on Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, June 27  July 2, 2010, State College, PA. · T.J. Pence, H. Demirkoparan, X. Tan, Y. Fang, Swelling induced deformation: the example of torsion, 16^{th} US National Congress on Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, June 27  July 2, 2010, State College, PA. · A. Wineman, H. Demirkoparan, T. J. Pence, Influence of fiber dissolution and rassembly on axial stretch and torsion of a fiber reinforced hyperelastic cylinder, Society for Engineering Science 47^{th} Annual Technical Meeting, Oct. 36, 2010, Ames, Iowa.
Other Conference Activities · 3^{rd} International Conference on Modeling of Complex Systems May 57 2009 in Doha, Qatar, General Chair. · 16^{th} US National Congress of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, June 27 July 2 2010, State College, Pennsylvania, USA, Session Chair.
Courses taught at CMUQatar21120 Differential & Integral Calculus (Fall 2005) 21127 Concepts of Mathematics (6 times) 21241 Matrix Algebra (7 times) 21256 Multivariate Analysis (3 times) 21257 Optimization (2 times) 21301 Combinatorics (Fall 2010) 21355 Principles of Real Analysis I (4 times) Seminars· Pure azimuthal shear problem for a multilastic material, Second Annual MSU Student Mathematics Conference, Department of Mathematics, Michigan State University – East Lansing, March 2004
· Pure azimuthal shearing deformations for an extended class of materials, Applied Math. Seminar, Department of Mathematics, Michigan State University – East Lansing, March 2005
· Boundary Value Problems in Nonlinear Elasticity, Brownbag Seminar, Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar  Doha, March 2008
· Mathematical Modeling of Fiber Reinforced Hyperelastic Tubes Under Swelling, Brownbag Seminar, Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar  Doha, October 2008
