I am a Robotic Researcher. I am currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Engineering from Rochester Institute of Technology. My research focuses on areas related to robotics, human-robot collaboration, and artificial intelligence. My primary research is working on a human-robot collaboration (HRC) to improve human safety and increase productivity by monitoring human physiological signals. Developing machine learning and AI algorithms that understand the anomaly and learn from the time-series signals is part of my research. Experiment design, data collection (ECG, GSR, EEG, PPG, and Pupil dilation), signal processing, and training machine learning (classical/deep learning) are crucial steps in the research. I have working experience in developing AI software and algorithms for high-end hardware such as NVIDIA Titan X and cloud-based GPU farms (Google and Amazon AWS) in both embedded and various PC operating systems including Robot Operating System (ROS). In addition, I am a researcher in NIH-funded projects that work on detecting atrial fibrillation using a smartphone camera.
Rochester Institute of Technology, New York, USA, December 2021 (Expected)
Rochester Institute of Technology, New York, USA, May 2016
Harran University, Sanliurfa, Turkey, June, 2010