• Research Areas

    Sustainable Building and Construction Materials

    Sustainable Architectural Designs

    Furniture Design and Production Methods

  • Mail Address

  • Bachelor's

    Gazi University, 1998

  • Master's

    Gazi University, 2002

  • Doctorate

    Gazi University, 2015

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Assoc. Prof. Mustafa Küçüktüvek completed his undergraduate education at Gazi University in 1998. Later, he gave design education in institutions affiliated to the Ministry of National Education (four years for visually impaired students) and worked on preparing programs at the Ministry of National Education. He completed his master's study titled “Determination of Technological Properties of Laminated Window Profile” in 2002 and his Ph.D. study “Investigation of Composite Panel Manufacturing Possibilities from Alkaloid Factory Solid Waste” in 2015 at Gazi University.

Since 2005, he has worked as a manager in 6 international projects and as an expert in 2 international projects. During this period, he carried out projects with universities, educational institutions, local authorities, and non-governmental organizations in Walsall College, Coventry University, Coleg Llandrillo Cymru, Leicester Municipality, the Scottish Ministry of Education, Salento University, Bucharest Polytechnic University, and many other European countries. He also conducted research on "Use of Tropical Tree Species in Wooden Constructions and Natural Ventilation Systems in Buildings" in French Guiana, located in the region of Amazonian forests in the South American continent, and gave training on "Traditional Turkish Architecture". He is a member of the editorial board of the American Journal of Construction and Building Materials. He holds a patent on bio-based composite building material. He has worked on innovative building materials, technology and architecture, sustainability, furniture, and product design. Dr. Küçüktüvek received the title of Associate Professor in 2020. He continues his duty as Senator of Antalya Bilim University and a faculty member of the Faculty of Fine Arts and Architecture.