I am a PhD student at Informatics Laboratory (LIUM) of Le Mans University where I am mostly working on Neural Machine Translation with a focus on Multimodality. During summer 2018, I visited Johns Hopkins University as a graduate student in the Grounded Sequence to Sequence Transduction Team, within the JSALT workshop.
Between 2012-2017, I worked as a research & teaching assistant in the Computer Engineering Dept. of Galatasaray University in Istanbul, Turkey where I lectured practical sessions for undergraduate courses such as Algorithms, C Programming, Microprocessors and Operating Systems.
I obtained my MSc. degree from Galatasaray University as well where I developed a simple embedded system for a Brain-computer Interface application. You can access my MSc. thesis from here.
Between 2007-2012, I took part in the Pardus Linux project within the Scientific & Technological Research Council of Turkey (TUBITAK) as a full-time Linux developer.
I am a signatory of the petition called Academics for Peace against which a series of unlawful actions have been taken by the Turkish state since 2016. Click here for the recent updates.
PhD in Machine Translation, 2019
Le Mans University
MSc. in Computer Engineering, 2014
BSc. in Computer Engineering, 2008
Erasmus Exchange, 2007
Université Joseph Fourier, Grenoble