I received my B.S. degree in Electrical and Electronics Engineering from Baskent University, Ankara, Turkey in 2011.
I am currently pursuing the M.S. degree in Electrical Engineering at University of Southern California. As a graduate student at USC,
I have been working with the Networked Systems Performance and Design Lab (NetPD) group under supervision of Prof. Psounis. I work on cross-layer optimization in wireless networks, specifically user selection techniques in mu-MIMO systems. I am also involved in developing
android applications in Wireless and Mobile Networks Design Laboratory.
- Capacity of wireless channels and networks
- Multiuser MIMO
- Wireless sensor networks
- Police Information System: World’s first and the only Android Application concept that helps anybody with a mobile
device to quickly file police reports, send emergency messages and signals.
- Operating System Development: Building and improving the Nachos Operating System by providing functionality for thread management,
multi programming, memory management and remote procedure calls.
Java Sockets: Collected accelerometer and GPS data from an Android device using socket programming, showed the current location using Google Maps API v2 and
analyzed accelerometer readings by plotting a 3d graphics using OpenGL.
Wireless Sensor Nodes: Measured PRR and RSSI values of two sensor nodes (TMote Sky) using Contiki Programming.
Sports and Hobbies
- M.S., Electrical Engineering (GPA:3.75), University of Southern California, 2014.
- B.S., Electrical and Electronics Engineering (Graduated Ranking 2nd), Baskent University, 2011.
- I love online programming competitions such as TopCoder.Here is my HackerRank profile.
- I also love playing football. I was a quarterback in Baskent Knights. You can see some of my photos from
Last updated: 4/4/2014
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