İsmail Hakkı Duru

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İsmail Hakkı Duru
Born December 6, 1946
Bolu, Turkey[1]
Residence Turkey
Nationality Turkish
Fields Physics
Institutions Izmir Institute of Technology
Alma mater

B.S,University of Ankara, Faculty of Science,1968

Ph.D , Theoretical High Energy Physics, University of Colorado, US, 1972
Doctoral advisor Asım Orhan Barut

İsmail Hakkı Duru is a Turkish theoretical physicist and professor of Mathematics at the Izmir Institute of Technology where he is dean of the science faculty.


  • NATO scholarship during B.S. studies 1964-1968
  • NATO Ph.D scholarship at USA, 1968–1972
  • Alexander von Humboldt scholarship, Berlin, 1978–1980
  • Trieste, International Center for Theoretical Physics "Associate Member", 1996-2001.[1]

Art exhibitions[edit]

  • Arsiv Sanat Galerisi, Istanbul, October 1991.
  • Turco-British Association, Ankara, January 1992.
  • Devlet Güzel Sanatlar Galerisi, Edirne, January 1993.
  • Arsiv Sanat Galerisi, Istanbul, March 1994.
  • Turco-British Association, Ankara, January 1995.

Research topics[edit]

Dynamical groups, infinite dimensional field equations, path integrals in quantum mechanics, quantum field theory and condensed matter physics, vacuum structure in cosmology and media with electromagnetic fields, particle production, interrelation between quantum fields and geometry, Aharonov-Bohm and Casimir effects, q-deformation and quantum groups.

H. Duru and H. Kleinert, Solution of the Path Integral for the H-Atom, Phys. Letters B 84, 185 (1979)

H. Duru and H. Kleinert, Quantum Mechanics of H-Atom from Path Integrals, Fortschr. d. Phys. 30, 401 (1982)

H. Kleinert, Path Integrals in Quantum Mechanics, Statistics, Polymer Physics, and Financial Markets 3. ed., World Scientific (Singapore, 2004)



  1. ^ a b "Iztech". Retrieved 2009-05-08. 

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