The rate at which information is produced these days is increasing faster and faster. The speed with which information is being produced not only in academic publishing but also at the same time in social media, visual materials, and video content increases with each passing day. In this increasing accumulation of information, the importance of storing, processing, and organizing information is increasing daily just as quickly as the production of information.
For researchers, organizing the knowledge of the field in which they work has vital importance, both in terms of process efficiency as well as in outputting quality products. Randomly gathered information is just a collection of information that absolutely must be classified if it is to be useful at work. This webinar will explain how to organize information. I will receive in this information stack as well as Citavi, the most successful program able to provide this.
Umit Gunes graduated at the Faculty of Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering, Yıldız Technical University in 2011. During his undergraduate studies, he attended the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Applied Sciences Dusseldorf and the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Kiel University of Applied Sciences as a visiting student. He earned his master's degree in the same department in 2013.
In August 2019, he completed his Ph.D. thesis entitled "Performance and Size Moving Systems: Constructal Law," the same year he started it. Between January 2017 and April 2018, he was a visiting researcher at the Department of Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science (MEMS) at Duke University. After working as an R&D engineer at Metro Istanbul from 2011 to 2012, he began work as a research assistant at the Department of Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering at Yildiz Technical University. Since June 2020, he has been working as an assistant professor in the same department. From August 2021, he is a visiting professor at Duke University.