I am an assistant professor of computer science at the Department of Fundamental Sciences, Izmir Bakircay University. I completed my undergraduate studies at Ege University with a major in computer science and a minor in mathematics. I received my M.S. degree and my Ph.D. degree in Computer Science from Ege University in 2013 and 2018. Also, I was a visiting scholar in the Theoretical Computer Science Group at Northwestern University in the U.S. in 2017. My active research areas are Design and Analysis of Algorithms, Networks, and Machine Learning.
Detecting the Most Vital Articulation Points in Wireless Multi-Hop Networks [Link]
ADA-PC: An asynchronous distributed algorithm for minimizing pairwise connectivity in wireless multi-hop networks [Link]
Comparative analysis of centrality measures for identifying critical nodes in complex networks [Link]
Minimization of the threshold voltage parameter of the co-doped ZnO doped liquid crystals by machine learning algorithms [Link]
Design and Analysis of Centralized and Distributed Algorithms for Detecting Critical Elements in Networks
Investigation of the Effect of Double Doped ZnO Nanoparticle on Electro Optical Properties in Nematic Liquid Crystal Structures and Minimizing the Threshold Voltage Parameter with Deep Learning Methods
Swarm Robot Collaborative-based Object Transport System
Introduction to the World Market with MkaPEB
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Design and Analysis of Algorithms
Graph Theory with Applications
Department of Fundamental Science, D224, Izmir Bakircay University.
Menemen, Izmir 35665.
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Last Update. 01.11.2023