Magdalena Ziolo is an Associate Professor, PhD hab. at University of Szczecin, Poland. She is a head of Institute of Sustainable Financial Systems. Her research and teaching scope of interest are finance and banking, especially sustainable finance and green banking, sustainable development, public finance. She has received scholarships from the Dekaban-Liddle Foundation (University of Glasgow, Scotland, 2013), Impakt Erasmus + (Ulan Bator, Mongolia, 2017) and CEEPUS (University of Prishtina, Kosovo, 2015, 2016, 2017). Her scientific achievements encompass over 100 reviewed papers, including academic books (editor, author or co-author).
He was graduated from Kafkas University History Department in 2007. He completed his master at Selcuk University in 2009. He got his PhD. degree from Ataturk University in 2014. His research interests are Political-Tribal Relations in Turkey, History of Turkish Republic, Thought Movement from Ottoman Times to Republic Times and Political History.
He completed his Ph.D. education in the Department of Economics at The Atatürk University Social Sciences Institute in Turkey. He is working in Department Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences at the Erzurum Ataturk University in Turkey since 2020. His teaching and researchs are in the area of macroeconomic, money politics and theory, Turkish economy and theories of economic growth. He has also worked extensively on the determinants of economic growth and explaining differences the economic growth/income levels among countries.
He was graduated from Iran University of Science and Technology Department of Mathematics in 2000. He complated his master at Iran Sharif University of Technology-Applied Mathematics. He got his PhD. degree in 2010 from Ecole Polytechnique with his thesis called “Monte Carlo Methods for Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations”. His mainly research areas are Financial Mathematics, Model Risk, Monte Carlo Modelling in Finance and Optimal Controlling.
After studying Turkish Language and Literature at Boğaziçi University, she received her Master’s degree from the Department of Folklore at Ankara University with her thesis titled “From Oral Traditions to Modern Tale: A Folkloric Research on Tales in Children’s Literature.” Her PhD dissertation entitled “Awazê Tawus: Love and Lament- Ethnographic Approaches on Verbal Culture of Ezidis in Batman (Turkey)” was submitted at the same department. She is currently working at Adana Alparslan Turkes Science and Technology University. She is interested in and conducts her work on topics related with culture, ethnicity, children and migration.
She was graduated from Harran University History Department in 2007. She completed her master at Harran University with a thesis named “Mardin and its surrounding (Mardin, Nusaybin and Hasankeyf) from the eyes of western travelers”. She got her PhD.degree in 2014 from Fırat University Institute of Social Sciences with a thesis named “Hama in the Ottoman administration”. She is working as doctor at Batman University, Turkey. Her research interests include urban history, Early Modern History and Gender Studies.
He got his PhD in Mathematics from Dicle University in 2011. He is currently working at Trent University, Canada. His research interests are Musielak-Orlicz- Sobolev Spaces; Variable Lebesgue spaces; Nonlinear differential equations; Nonlinear Analysis; Monotone Operator Theory and Calculus of variations. He has published many peer-reviewed papers in reputed international journals and conferences.
He was graduated from the Department of Economics in Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences of Erzurum Atatürk University. In the same university, he respectively received his master’s degree in 2012. He also commenced in 2017 by his thesis study called ‘Institional Structure and Local Economic Development: A Field Research on Erzurum and Batman’. He started as a research assistant in Department of Economics in Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences in Batman University in 2012 and has still worked in the same department as Dr. Faculty Member. He has many publications on economic growth and development national and international wide.
She graduated from Dicle University Department of English Language Teaching in 2008. After working as an English teacher for one year, she was allocated a full-scholarship by Turkey’s Ministry of National Education to study MA in English Literature at the University of Essex, and she earned a master’s degree with her thesis on alterity in Shakespare’s works. In 2017, she completed her PhD at Gazi University Department of Translation and Cultural Studies (English) with her thesis titled “Translating Popular Fiction: A Descriptive Study on the Turkish Translations of The Hunger Games Trilogy”. She has been working as a research assistant at the Department of English Language and Literature at Batman University between 2011-2018 and also as an Erasmus+ programme specialist at the International Relations Office. She is currently working as an assistant professor at the Department of Western Languages and Literatures at Dicle University/Turkey. She has been working as a professional translator since 2011. She translated three New York bestsellers two of which have already been published. She is mainly interested in popular literature, translation theory and literary translation. Her foreign languages are English and German.