Sustainable Building and Construction Materials
Sustainable Architectural Designs
Furniture Design and Production Methods
Gazi University, 1998
Gazi University, 2002
Gazi University, 2015
Asst. Prof. Dr. Mustafa Küçüktüvek graduated from Gazi University, Department of Industrial Technology Education, Materials and Production Technologies Program in 1998. In the same year, began to work as a Technology and Design teacher in the Ministry of National Education. The Master of Science Thesis “Determination of the Technological Properties of Laminated Window Profiles" was completed in 2002. The PhD Thesis “Investigation of Composite Panel Manufacturing Opportunities from Alkaloid Factory Solid Wastes” was completed in the field of Sustainable Building Materials in 2015. Since 2005, he has been working as manager in 6 international partnership projects and expert in 2 international projects. During this period, he has been working on the projects with Walsall College, Coventry University, Coleg Llandrillo Cymru and Scottish Ministry of Education in United Kingdom, Salento University in Italy, and Polytechnic University in Bucharest, Romania. He has done research on "Use of Tropical Tree Species on Wooden Constructions and Natural Ventilation Systems on the Buildings" and he also gave trainings on "Traditional Turkish Architecture" in French Guyana. He has a patent on a bio-based composite building material. He has been working in Antalya Bilim University, as the Associated Dean of Faculty of Fine Arts and Architecture.