IMG_6073_croppedErdem Ozturk received the BSc. degree in Mechanical Engineering in 2003 from Middle East Technical University and MSc. degree in Mechatronics Engineering in 2005 from Sabanci University. He got the PhD. degree from the same department in 2010.  In the PhD thesis, he focused on modelling of mechanics and dynamics of multi-axis machining operations, namely, 5-axis ball-end milling, parallel turning and parallel milling processes. Since September 2010, he has been with the AMRC (Advanced Manufacturing  Research Centre) with Boeing. He is a Technical Fellow leading the Machining Dynamics group and a lecturer at the AMRC with Boeing at the University of Sheffield. He is also a visiting faculty at the Global Production Engineering and Management MSc. programme at the Vietnamese German University in Ho Chi Minh.  He is  an Associate  member of CIRP (The International Academy For Production Engineering).

Professional Experience

  • Lecturer at the AMRC, University of Sheffield, (March 2016-Present)
  • Visiting faculty, Global Production Engineering and Management Programme, Vietnamese-German University (July 2014-Present)
  • Technical Fellow at the AMRC with Boeing, University of Sheffield, (January 2013-Present)
  • Technical Lead at the AMRC with Boeing, University of Sheffield, (September 2010 – December 2012)
  • Research Assistant, Sabanci University (September 2005 – August 2010)
  • Teaching Assistant, Sabanci University (September 2003 – June 2010)
  • Project trainee, Bosch San. Tic. A.S (July 2002 – September 2002)
  • Summer Intern, Arcelik A.S Washing Machine Factory (June 2001 – July 2001)