Prof. Onder Ozgener has authored or co-authored more than 100 scientific and technical papers on a variety of topics, ranging from thermodynamics to energy, renewable energies, and geothermal energy systems in various prestigious international journals and symposiums. He has also served as a Visiting Associate Professor at the Cornell Energy Institute, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, USA, and the Clean Energy Research Center in the University of South Florida, Tampa, FL, USA. He received the TUBITAK Young Scientist Award 2014. (https://www.ozgeners.com
It is well known that EAHE systems are used as a technique from ancient times for heating and cooling purposes, and they make it possible to evaluate low enthalpy geothermal resources.This idea was put in the middle by architects B.C.. The experimental system was commissioned in June 2009 and experimental data collection has been conducted since then. The data, consisting of hourly thermodynamic records for heating and cooling over a ten year period from 2009-2021, were measured by the Solar Energy Institute of the Bornova Campus at Ege University. At the present time, the database contains more than thousands records of measurements. Exergetic efficiencies based on the performance of the system components have been analyzed.Furthermore, the long term exergetic performance of a closed loop (vertical and horizontal) EAHE and PV assisted agricultural building (solar greenhouse) cooling system was monitored.