Engineering students must learn to innovate and solve complex problems in an increasingly complicated world by combining foundational knowledge from other disciplines. With its flexible curriculum and integrative methodologies, the College of Engineering seeks to train top engineers who will make a difference in their field.
KUIS AI Talk by Öznur Taştan - Machine Learning for Life Sciences
Türkiye’s major activities in the space field commenced in 1990’s as an operator of its own telecommunication satellites. Consequently, the development and manufacturing of indigenous satellites was achieved in the early 2000’s.
We will show a method that considers light scattering in the resin prior to computing projection patterns. Using a tomographic volumetric printer, we experimentally demonstrate that implementation of this correction is critical when printing...
Optical computing is a computational technology that uses light instead of electricity to perform calculations. After inventing a powerful analog computing platform with optical fibers, Dr. Uğur Teğin, a faculty member of the Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering at Koç University, has enhanced it and developed a programmable optical neural network architecture with his collaborators at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne (EPFL). Their study revealed that scalable nonlinear optical computing in optical fibers can be programmed to perform better for various machine learning tasks and to realize all-optical computing. They published their discovery in SPIE’s Advanced Photonics journal.
Prof. Halil Kavaklı, head of the Molecular Biology and Genetics Department and Professor of Chemical and Biological Engineering, has been honored with the 2023 Elginkan Foundation Technology Award. This recognition is attributed to Prof. Kavaklı’s technological approach to increase apoptosis in cancer cells by targeting the molecular circadian clock.
A technical article written by Prof. Çağatay Başdoğan, which was published by IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications in 2004, received the Test of Time (ToT) Award. The award was given to one paper only in each year and the paper was selected from a large pool of papers published between 2004 and 2013, inclusively. Wholehearted congratulations to Prof. Çağatay Başdoğan, for his outstanding achievement, and best wishes for his continued success.
A technical article written by Prof. Çağatay Başdoğan, which was published by IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications in 2004, received the Test of Time (ToT) Award. The award was given to one pap...