About Me

I received my B.Sc. and M.Sc. degrees from Bogazici University Computer Engineering Department in 2009 and 2013 respectively. My M.Sc. thesis was on parallelisation of the mesh generation process using MPI and was funded by the PRACE Project. I’ve worked as a research/teaching assistant at the same university and department from January 2014 to January 2016. Then I joined V4R lab and the Argonauts Team at the Technische Universität Wien for the Argos-Challenge until August 2016 and worked on computer vision based perception of objects. Now I am working at the Universität Zürich and Technische Universität München on vascular reconstruction of the mouse brain as part of the Human Brain Project. I am also a graduate of Istanbul Erkek Lisesi and hold dual high school diplomas (Turkish diploma and German Abitur).

My interests include a wide variety of topics including but not limited to natural sciences (physics, genetics, biology; especially topics like epigenetics, evolution, astronomy), computational sciences, high performance computing, quantitative finance, artificial intelligence, psychology (especially abnormal evolutionary psychology), philosophy (especially agnosticism, existentialism, human morals), digital hardware design and computer graphics.

To see my M.Sc. thesis and related publications please go to here.

To see my Github account go to here.