M.Sc. Gamze Koç

Contact

University of  Potsdam,
Institute of Earth and Environmental Science

M.Sc. Gamze Koç
Building 24, Room 0.76

E-mail:
Gamze.Koc@uni-potsdam.de
Phone:
+49 331 977 2595
Fax:
+49 331 977 2761
M.Sc. Gamze Koç

 

  • Biography
  • Research
  • Teaching
  • Publications

Biography

10/2014-presently
PhD Student at Universität Potsdam, Germany
10/2011-09/2014
GIS & RS Expert in InfoMab Geographic Information Technologies Inc. Ankara Turkey
08/2011-07/2014
Master of Science at Hacettepe University Institute of Science Applied Geology Department, Ankara Turkey
02/2010-05/2010
Vrije Universitetit Faculteit Aard- en Levenswetenschappen (within the Erasmus Program) Amsterdam Netherlands
09/2006-06/2011
B.Sc. Hacettepe University Faculty of Engineering Hydrogeology (Geological) Engineering Department Ankara Turkey

Research

Research (main areas)

  • Hydrogeology, hydrology
  • Rainfall-Extreme Events
  • Flooding
  • Water erosion, Sediment-Transport Processes
  • Quantitative erosion models 
  • GIS & RS applications in hydrology

Projects

  • Assesment of the Effects of Land Use on Surface Runoff in Beytepe Maslak Region (Ankara) by Using SCS Curve Number Method (2011)
  • Corine Land Cover 2006 Web-based Satellite Images Interpretation Update Project (2011)
  • Constituting of Watershed Database and Erosion Risk Maps of Turkey with Sediment Model (2012)
  • Digitizing the Agricultural Parcels within the Scope of TARBIL Project - TRGM, Turkey (2013)
  • Assesment of Rill and Gully Erosion by Using GIS and Remote Sensing Techniques in Gaziantep Region, Turkey (2013)
  • Assesment of Erosion Potential in Tarsus (Mersin) - Topcu River Sub-Basin, Turkey by Using Modified Universal Soil Loss Equation (MUSLE) Method (2014) 
  • ALErT - Anatolian pLateau climatE and Tectonic hazards. Initial Training Network. Funding: EU FP7, 10/2014 - 09/2017

 

Teaching

  • Specific Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Applications 
  • Special applications in geo-information systems

Publications

Koç, G. and Thieken, A.H.  (2018) The relevance of flood hazards and impacts in Turkey: What can be learned from different disaster loss databases? Nat Hazards(2018) 91(1), p.375-408. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11069-017-3134-6

Koç, G. and Thieken, A. H. (2016). Societal and economic impacts of flood hazards in Turkey–an overview. In E3S Web of Conferences (Vol. 7, p. 05012). EDP Sciences.

 

Conference Contributions

Koç G., Petrow T. and Thieken A.H. (2017) Analysis of the Most Catastrophic Flood Events in Turkey (1960-2014): Triggering Mechanisms of the Flood Events. The 7th International Conference on Flood Management (ICFM7), At Leeds UK, 5-7 Sept. 2017. 

Ickert J. and Koç G. (2017) The potential of GIS-based story maps to support public interpretation of seismic risk: A pilot study on linking social and geological data of three Istanbul neighbourhoods. 4th World Young Earth Scientists Congress, Tehran Iran, 27-30 Aug. 2017 .

Koç, G. and Thieken, A. H. (2016). Societal and economic impacts of flood hazards in Turkey–an overview. 3rd European Conference on Flood Risk Management, Lyon France, 17-21 Oct. 2016.

Koç, G. and Thieken, A.H.  (2016) The relevance of flood hazards and impacts in Turkey: What can be learned from different disaster loss databases? European Geosciences UnionGeneral Assembly, Vienna Austria, 17-22 Apr. 2016.

Koç, G. and Thieken, A.H. (2015) Natural Hazards and Impacts in Turkey: an Overview. JPI-Climate Workshop “Climate Impact and Loss Data for Europe”, 16–17 December 2015, Berlin, Germany.

Biography

10/2014-presently
PhD Student at Universität Potsdam, Germany
10/2011-09/2014
GIS & RS Expert in InfoMab Geographic Information Technologies Inc. Ankara Turkey
08/2011-07/2014
Master of Science at Hacettepe University Institute of Science Applied Geology Department, Ankara Turkey
02/2010-05/2010
Vrije Universitetit Faculteit Aard- en Levenswetenschappen (within the Erasmus Program) Amsterdam Netherlands
09/2006-06/2011
B.Sc. Hacettepe University Faculty of Engineering Hydrogeology (Geological) Engineering Department Ankara Turkey

Research

Research (main areas)

  • Hydrogeology, hydrology
  • Rainfall-Extreme Events
  • Flooding
  • Water erosion, Sediment-Transport Processes
  • Quantitative erosion models 
  • GIS & RS applications in hydrology

Projects

  • Assesment of the Effects of Land Use on Surface Runoff in Beytepe Maslak Region (Ankara) by Using SCS Curve Number Method (2011)
  • Corine Land Cover 2006 Web-based Satellite Images Interpretation Update Project (2011)
  • Constituting of Watershed Database and Erosion Risk Maps of Turkey with Sediment Model (2012)
  • Digitizing the Agricultural Parcels within the Scope of TARBIL Project - TRGM, Turkey (2013)
  • Assesment of Rill and Gully Erosion by Using GIS and Remote Sensing Techniques in Gaziantep Region, Turkey (2013)
  • Assesment of Erosion Potential in Tarsus (Mersin) - Topcu River Sub-Basin, Turkey by Using Modified Universal Soil Loss Equation (MUSLE) Method (2014) 
  • ALErT - Anatolian pLateau climatE and Tectonic hazards. Initial Training Network. Funding: EU FP7, 10/2014 - 09/2017

 

Teaching

  • Specific Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Applications 
  • Special applications in geo-information systems

Publications

Koç, G. and Thieken, A.H.  (2018) The relevance of flood hazards and impacts in Turkey: What can be learned from different disaster loss databases? Nat Hazards(2018) 91(1), p.375-408. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11069-017-3134-6

Koç, G. and Thieken, A. H. (2016). Societal and economic impacts of flood hazards in Turkey–an overview. In E3S Web of Conferences (Vol. 7, p. 05012). EDP Sciences.

 

Conference Contributions

Koç G., Petrow T. and Thieken A.H. (2017) Analysis of the Most Catastrophic Flood Events in Turkey (1960-2014): Triggering Mechanisms of the Flood Events. The 7th International Conference on Flood Management (ICFM7), At Leeds UK, 5-7 Sept. 2017. 

Ickert J. and Koç G. (2017) The potential of GIS-based story maps to support public interpretation of seismic risk: A pilot study on linking social and geological data of three Istanbul neighbourhoods. 4th World Young Earth Scientists Congress, Tehran Iran, 27-30 Aug. 2017 .

Koç, G. and Thieken, A. H. (2016). Societal and economic impacts of flood hazards in Turkey–an overview. 3rd European Conference on Flood Risk Management, Lyon France, 17-21 Oct. 2016.

Koç, G. and Thieken, A.H.  (2016) The relevance of flood hazards and impacts in Turkey: What can be learned from different disaster loss databases? European Geosciences UnionGeneral Assembly, Vienna Austria, 17-22 Apr. 2016.

Koç, G. and Thieken, A.H. (2015) Natural Hazards and Impacts in Turkey: an Overview. JPI-Climate Workshop “Climate Impact and Loss Data for Europe”, 16–17 December 2015, Berlin, Germany.