Selin Küçük Şahin is a M.Sc architect graduated from Istanbul Technical University in 2014. She has her own Research and Development Company called FieldTech Mühendislik in İzmir, Turkey. Fieldtech team is consisted of engineers and designers. They develop system integrations and value-added products for field use. The Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey (TÜBİTAK) and Small and Medium Enterprises Development Organization of Turkey (KOSGEB) supports their R&D projects.
Selin is interested in 3 main subject: local architecture, energy efficiency of buildings and technological product design. Her master program was Environmental Control and Construction Technology in ITU. She completed her master thesis in 2018 which was on classification of tribal huts according to local properties. Between 2016-2018 she worked as a research assistant in Yaşar University, Department of Architecture. She worked in and with various construction and architecture companies between 2014-2016. She was architect of Kültepe Archaeological Excavations in 2015 and 2016. She worked as architect of Hattusha Archaeological Excavations in German Archaeological Institute between 2012-2014.
In 2013 she participated in the student session of Echopolis 2013 Conference and presented an experimental study on sound history of Hattusha (Bogazkoy is the modern name of the village) from Hittites to Turkish Republic period of the settlement. In 2014 she participated in Archaeoacoustics Conference in Malta by developing her study with Mustafa Şahin. They designed a center for sound edition and let visitors listen sounds from the past. Selin and Mustafa organized Turkey’s part of Archaeoacoustics-II Conference in 2015. In 2015 Selin presented her experimental study in ISVS-7 Conference in which she compared a Hittite House and Ottoman House in order to see what kind of structural changes had been occured through the time in the same region. Her paper is published as a dossier article in AZ ITU Journal of the Faculty of Architecture.
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