Second year graduate student in
Northwestern University Department of
Electrical Engineering and Computer Science .
I am with the Micro-architecture Research Lab,
working under advising of Professor
- "Analyzing Physical Sensor Information With Respect to Perceived Computer Performance".
- "Efficient System Development For Measuring Pupil Dilation."
For more information about the related and larger projects;
check out the Empathic Systems Project,
headed by Professors Peter Dinda,
Gokhan Memik, and Robert Dick.
- "Interaction between nano photonic devices and systems".
- L-458 MicroArchitecture Research Lab-Technological Institute
2145 Sheridan Road
Evanston, IL 60208-3118
Phone: (847) 467-4610 (office) Fax: (847)-467-4144
utkupamuksuz "at" u "dot" northwestern "dot" edu
- Nanotechnology, Electronic Devices, Digital Microelectronics, solid state area related courses
- Electronic Media, Neural Networks, Algorithms related courses
- Logic Design, Architecture, Parallel Computing hardware related courses
- Engineering Design and Communications-2: Spring 2011, Engineering Faculty
- EECS 395/495 : Special Topics in Electrical Engineering : Card. Instrumentation
- The Bachelor's degree proves that you can be trained; (COMPLETED), Summa Cum Laude (6/247), Thesis: Istanbul Shipyard Lay-out Optimization, 2006, Turkish Naval Academy.
- The Master's degree indicates some expertise in your field. (COMPLETED), Current GPA: 3.93 Northwestern University. Thesis Title: EasyPupil: A Poor Man's Pupil Dilation Measurement System
- The PhD study indicates your ability to become an expert in any field.(STARTED...)