I was born and raised in Ankara, Turkey. During my master's I lived in Stockholm, Sweden for 2.5 years. Nowadays, I live in Birmingham UK. Below is a summary of my experience.
During my bachelor's final year, I worked on four separate senior projects, two from electronics engineering and two from industrial engineering departments. The first project was my own senior project.
-Computer-vision based automotive side-mirror adjustment system (software design & implementation),
-VHDL transceiver design for underwater communications (hardware coding),
-City refuse collection system optimization (algorithm development & implementation),
-Automotive spare-parts distribution schedule optimization (algorithm development & implementation).
After graduating from bachelor's I did freelance application development with use of languages C/C++ and Java. Also worked on projects related to embedded sensory applications (embedded software and circuit/PCB design).
Finished a System-on-Chip Design MSc. programme and focused on embedded mixed hardware/software designs. I've done my thesis project on creating an infrastructure to carry data for low-cost, low-power, long-range communications with amateur radio bands (optimized IP stack implementation that uses off-the-shelf amateur band modules and PCB design).
After the master's I have co-founded a tech company with government funds that works on swarm AI technologies for unmanned vehicles. We also dealt with web/mobile application projects as side-projects for income. The company is currently inactive.
I have recently finished a full-time PhD with scholarship and worked with MIMO radars for automotive applications with MATLAB involving array optimisation and short-range sensing.
Currently, I'm working as a postdoctoral research-fellow at Microwave Integrated Systems Laboratory (MISL) of University of Birmingham. My current subjects involve but not limited to synthetic aperture, passive bistatic, MTI and MIMO radars.