Assoc. Prof. Hulya Cebeci is a faculty member in Department of Aeronautical Engineering and affiliated with MIT, USA. She has developed an interest since her PhD. studies and performed studies on nanostructures synthesis to be used in structural composites, wearable electronics, multifunctional applications and microdevices. To establish structure-property relations in between nanomaterials and structural composites she has performed both on the experimental and modeling studies. Within her Polymer Science and Technology degree in MSc., she also made extensive work on polymer nanocomposites for multifunctional property enhancement and actuator based systems. She has performed all of her experimental studies during her PhD. at Massachusetts Institute of Technology with Prof. Brian L. Wardle as her co-advisor in between 2007-2010. Since 2013, she has been working as a faculty member in Faculty of Aeronautics and Astronautics in ITU. She has received ‘Boeing Faculty Member Grant’ in 2014 for her outstanding merits as a researcher and lecturer, but also as to promote women professors in engineering. She is co-founder of Nanomaterials, Textiles, and Advanced Composites Research Group at ITU and her research is supported by several national and international partners from aerospace and defense industries. She has co-authored articles in high impact journals and other papers/presentations that appeared in national/ international conference proceedings, and filed 3 international patents.