About 

Dr. Özgür Bulut

facial reconstruction

Associate Professor of Paleo/Forensic Anthropology 

3D Modeller / Paleo & Forensic Anthropologist

Forensic & Paleo Artist

3D Facial Reconstruction/ 3D Digitization - Inspection/

3D modeling with Geomagic Freeform & Zbrush

My background is in 3D Virtual Anthropology, forensic sciences, biological and forensic anthropology, craniofacial anthropology and 3D modeling. I have a Master of Art (MA) degree at Gazi University. Following the study and a Master of Science (M.Sc.) for Forensic & Medical Art program based on facial anatomy and 3D facial anthropology at the University of Dundee, UK. I hold a Phd. degree from Department of Anthropology, University of Ankara.

I worked at the forensic laboratory as a forensic anthropologist and forensic expert for 15 years. I have dealt with over 2000 forensic cases related to craniofacial identification. I give undergraduate and graduate courses on facial reconstruction, 3d computerized facial reconstruction, forensic anthropology & skeletal identification. I gave facial reconstruction trainings/workshops to participants from USA, UK, Scotland, South Africa, Turkey, Germany, India, China who work as an anatomists, anthropologists, archaeologists, fine artists, police officers and sculptors.

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Özgür Caglar

​In 1998, Hacettepe University Faculty of Fine Arts. I graduated.
Between 1998-2002, I worked as a visual arts teacher at Hatay Hassa High School. I have been conducting sculpture classes at Aksaray Fine Arts High School since 2002. While still working at this school, I also gave lectures in the Fine Arts Education Department of Aksaray University.

 

I am still working on visual arts in the province in coordination with the Provincial Directorate of Culture and Tourism. In addition to painting works, Relief, metal sculpture, Wax silicone sculpture, I also work on facial reconstructions with Dr. Özgür BULUT. I take part in national and international exhibitions. I have many works in various institutions and organizations and museums.

Localization of the eyeballs