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Ali Maleki Gargari, an M.S. student supervised by Assoc. Prof. Vakur Behçet Ertürk has been selected as a recipient of IEEE Antennas and Propagation Society (AP-S) Eugene F. Knott Memorial Pre-Doctoral Research Grant.

Every year, the IEEE AP-S awards up to six pre-doctoral grants to encourage students to pursue careers in the area of electromagnetics.

Osman Fatih Kılıç, an M.S. student in our department, has received IEEE Best Paper Award at the 24th IEEE Signal Processing and Communications Applications Conference, for his paper entitled "Mixture of Set Membership Filters Approach for Big Data Signal Processing".

The Second Industrial Design Projects Fair organized by Bilkent University Electrical and Electronics Department will take place at Mithat Çoruh Amphitheater on 17 May. Participants from academy and industry, all faculty members, and students with their families are invited to this event.

The finals schedule of spring 2016 semester is here.

The 27th IEEE Graduate Research Conference, organized by the Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering and the Bilkent IEEE Student Branch, took place on March 4. 
This year’s schedule included 66 oral presentations, 45 poster presentations and 5 demo presentations by five EEE undergraduate students, who were the recipients of the “best EEE102 projects” awards for the Fall 2015 semester.
At the end of the day, a reception and award ceremony were held. The best presenters were recognized by the Bilkent EEE Department: four “best oral presentation” awards and a “best poster” award are given out.

  • Best presentation award in Signal Processing / Communications / Control areas was given to Dariush Kari for his research on “Boosted Adaptive Filters”.
  • Best presentation award in Biomedical / Electromagnetics areas was given to Niyazi Koray Ertan for his research on “Gradient Array for Spatially Oscillating Magnetic Fields in Multi-Slice Excitation”.
  • Best presentation award in Control / Robotics / Communications / Network areas was given to Mehdi Dabirnia for his research on “Code Design for Binary Energy Harvesting Noisy Channel”.
  • Best presentation award in Photonics / Electronics / Nanotechnology areas was given to Özgün Yavuz for his research on “Control of Pattern Formation in Dissipative, Nonlinear, Far-from-equilibrium Systems via Structured Noise”.
  • Best Poster presentation award was given to Caner Odabaş and Hasan Eftun Orhon for their joint research on “Extending The Lossy Spring-Loaded Inverted Pendulum Model with a Slider-Crank Mechanism”.


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