Dr. Kamuran DİLSİZ was born in Erzurum (Turkey) on 07.10.1986.
He was graduated from the Department of Physics, Ataturk University, in 2008. After graduated from B.Cs., he earned a YLSY scholarship provided by the Ministry of Education in Turkey and went to the USA for a Master and Ph.D. in physics. He got a Master's Degree at the University of Iowa in 2013 and started a Ph.D. at the same University. In the last two years of his Ph.D. education, he attended upgrade studies for the CMS detector at Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory in Batavia, IL, USA.
After getting a Ph.D. degree at the University of Iowa in 2016, he started working as an Assistant professor at Physics Department, Bingöl University, Turkey. Currently, he is working as an associate professor at the physics department at Bingol University.
His research interests are; QCD predictions for the LHC and FCC, particle analysis with the date taken by the CMS detector, characterization of PMTs for T1041 collaboration, analysis and quality control of the new thin window four and sixteen anode Photomultiplier Tubes (PMT), upgrade Studies for the CMS Forward Pixel Detector, R&D Studies for Secondary Emission Ionization Calorimetry, R&D Studies for Novel Cerenkov Detector for Particle Identification. Dr. Dilsiz has taken part in two international projects and has published about 680 research articles (co-authored with CMS collaboration) on these studies.
According to the web of science records, he has received 17000 citations to his publications published under SCI/SCI-E journals and his h index value is 71. As well as Bingol University, he continues his academic career as an affiliated research scientist at the University of Iowa.