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     I am officially an B.Sc. Electrical & Electronics Engineer and M.Sc. Mechatronics Engineer. However when the opportunity arrives, I work on complex projects with both hardware and software parts as well as management tasks. My interests are mainly in fields like software engineering, robotics engineering, control engineering, mechatronics engineering, automation engineering, and systems engineering as well as electronics engineering, electrical engineering, and mechanical engineering. To explore more detailed information there are some sections below that you can check with courses I took as well as some basic projects.


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      You can find the main courses I succeeded in different fields of technology that I took from various educational institutions, including several universities and courses mentioned in the EDUCATION section, and the professors below. You may refer to the Courses Taken document to learn about the institutions of courses from the link above.


  • Computer Programming (Java) from Assist. Prof. Dr. Barış Aktemur

  • Object-Oriented Programming (Java) from Assoc. Prof. Dr. Murat Şensoy

  • Object-Oriented Software Construction from Univ.-Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Horst Lichter

  • Fundamentals of Code Generation for Embedded Applications (Simulink) from Sn. Eng. Fatih Genç

  • Engineering Computation (MATLAB) from Assoc. Prof. Oğuz Sunay

  • MATLAB Fundamentals from Assist. Prof. Dr. Javad Rahebi

  • Simulink for System and Algorithm Modeling from Ali Vurgun

  • Fundamentals of Communication Systems from Prof. Murat Uysal

  • Digital Design with VHDL (Xilinx ISE) from Sn. Eng. Fatih Genç

  • Digital Systems from Assoc. Prof. Dr. Fatih Uğurdağ

  • Generating HDL Code (MATLAB & Simulink) from Sn. Eng. Fatih Genç

  • Signals and Systems from Prof. Tanju Erdem

  • Signal Processing (MATLAB) from Sn. Eng. Koray Kuyucu

  • Digital Signal Processing from Assist Prof. Cenk Demiroğlu

  • Stateflow for Automotive Applications (Simulink) from Sn. Eng. Koray Kuyucu

  • Simulink Model Management and Architecture from Sn. Eng. Mehmet Can Erdem

  • Verification and Validation of Simulink Models from Sn. Eng. Mehmet Can Erdem

  • Model Based Software Development (SCADE)  from Sn. Eng. Alp Kaçar

  • Analysis and Control of Linear Systems from Hassane El Baamrani

  • Dynamics of Robots and Machines from Assist. Leo Teder

  • Control System Design (MATLAB & Simulink) from Sn. Eng. Hamza Dere

  • Mechatronics Systems Modeling and Control from Prof. Mart Tamre

  • Mechatronics and Control for Production Plants from Univ.-Prof. Dr.-Ing. Christian Brecher

  • Control Systems from Assist. Prof. Cenk Demiroğlu

  • Advanced Control Systems from Priv.-Doz. Dr.-Ing. Berno Johannes Engelbert Misgeld

  • Microprocessor Systems from Assoc. Prof. Martin Jaanus

  • Microprocessors  from Assoc. Prof. Dr. Fatih Uğurdağ

  • Programmable Logic Controller (TwinCAT) from Fatih Karabulut

  • Programmable Logic Controller (TIA Portal) from Assoc. Prof. Erkan Kaplanoğlu

  • Programmable Logic Controller from Ed. S. Hakan Öztürk

  • Advanced Robotics from Prof. Mart Tamre and Robert Hudjakov

  • New Product Development and Implementation in Production from Lauri Kuusisto

  • Control Instrumentation from Assoc. Prof. Kristina Vassiljeva

  • Modeling and Identification from Assoc. Prof. Kristina Vassiljeva, Prof. Eduard Petlenkov and Aleksei Tepljakov

  • Robotics (Project) from Assist. Prof. Maarja Kruusmaa

  • Robotics from Assist. Prof. Matei Ciocarlie

  • Robotic Systems from Apl. Prof. Dr. Mathias Hüsing

  • Data Acquisition Means and Methods from Sn. Res. Sci. Paul Annus

  • Electronics  from Dr. Juri Mihhailov

  • Advanced Electronics  from Assist. Prof. Ahmet Tekin

  • Basic Electronics  from Assoc. Prof. Dr. Göksenin Yaralıoğlu

  • Circuit Analysis from Assoc. Prof. Dr. Göksenin Yaralıoğlu

  • Industrial Electrics from Ed. S. Emin Dinç

  • Electrical Machines from Assist. Prof. Dr. Derya Ahmet Kocabaş

  • Electromechanical and Low Frequency Electromagnetics Analysis (Maxwell) from Sn. Eng. Umut Gündoğar

  • Antenna Layout and High Frequency Electromagnetics Analysis (HFSS) from Sn. Eng. Güven Eylen

  • Power Electronics and System Modelling (Simplorer) from Sn. Eng. Umut Gündoğar

  • Introduction to Electromagnetics Simulations from Ali Ziya Özer

  • Electromagnetics from Prof. Taha İmeci

  • Sensors from Ed. S. Emin Dinç

  • Servo Motors and Drivers from Assist. Prof. Dr. Özgür Yılmaz

  • Pneumatics from Ed. S. Emin Dinç

  • Introduction to Mechatronics from Assist. Prof. Barkan Uğurlu

  • Mechatronics Application Project from Yavuz Eminoğlu

  • Mechatronics and Smart Systems from Prof. Mart Tamre, Prof. Peeter Ellervee, Prof. Eduard Petlenkov and Andres Eek

  • Mechatronics and Humanoid Robots from Prof. Mustafa Ünel

  • Fundamentals of Systems and Software Engineering from Sr. Eng. Hamza Dere

  • Artificial Intelligence from Ansaf Salleb-Aouissi

  • Fundamentals of Sustainable Energy Engineering from Assoc. Prof. Eduard Latõšov

  • Project Management from Ayfer Başar

  • Bond Graph Theory from Atilla Yazman

  • Project Management in Research & Development from Prof Dr. Ruhi Kaykayoğlu

  • Project Management from Ayfer Başar

  • Problem Solving with TRIZ from Prof. Dr. Ruhi Kaykayoğlu

  • Quantum Mechanics and Nano Science from Prof. Dr. Nihat Berker

  • Materials of Electrical Engineering from Univ.-Prof. Dr.-Ing. Rainer Waser

  • Physics from Assoc. Prof. Güray Erkol

A sample code


     You can download the simple description of a code I wrote for a task. The code is my version the game known as the Space Invaders. It is written in Eclipse (Java) with seven classes and nine images. I am not giving the code or the details of the task, this is just a brief explanation of the way I designed.

     I also have a simple DXBall (Block Breaker) code written for some other task in Java but I didn't put it here either. It has fewer images and less lines of code.


Hotel Safe


     My first real project which consists both hardware and software parts in the university was an electronic hotel safe. The safe was supposed to work with a plug which converts the voltage to 5V and then creates a password as 123456. It was possible to change the password and you could even reset it. Lock part was just a small motor. The project got full points at the test end of the semester. You can see the picture of the circuit board wide open on the left side.

Mini Sumo

     This is a classical project for almost every engineering student. My version was made for a class at my univeristy. It had both hardware and software tasks. We used Arduino and specific sensors to make the device understand the difference between colors. The project successfully passed the test at the end of the semester which had a time limitation to knock all obstacles in a certain area. You can see mine on the left side.

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