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The 30th Graduate Research Conference organized by the Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering (EEE) and the IEEE Bilkent Student Branch took place on Friday, March 22 in the lecture halls on the ground floor of the EE building. During this day-long event, Bilkent EEE graduate students described their state-of-the-art research projects in oral and poster presentations. 

This year’s schedule included 57 oral presentations grouped into 12 sessions, with three sessions taking place concurrently during each of 4 time blocks. In the oral sessions, graduate students shared their research projects and answered questions from the audience. Various areas of electrical and electronics engineering, including signal processing, communications, electromagnetics, biomedical engineering, electronics, photonics, control, robotics, networks and nanotechnology, were covered. 

During the two poster sessions, attendees had a chance to interact with the 45 presenters and learn more about the research being conducted in the Bilkent EEE department. The conference also included some invited poster/demo presentations by EEE undergraduate students. 

The conference concluded with a reception and award ceremony, at which four “best oral presentation” and two “best poster” awards were given out by the department.
The oral presentation awards went to Bahram Khalichi, Çağrı Göken, Ehsan Kazemivalipour, and İbrahim Kurban Özaslan, while Büşra Tegin and Mert Kalfa received the best poster awards.

The conference was chaired by Prof. Sinan Gezici of the Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering. EEE graduate students Aras Yurtman, Merve Begüm Terzi, and Ahmet Safa Öztürk, along with the undergraduate students Abdulkadir Erol (CS/I), Yiğit Efe Erginbaş (EEE/II), and Deniz Ulusel (CS/IV) from the IEEE Bilkent Student Branch, took part in organizing the event.

The event offered a day full of knowledge sharing, and a unique opportunity for undergraduate students to experience the world of research in engineering and science. Participants also had a chance to interact with researchers from other universities as well as professionals from some of the top engineering companies in Turkey.

The photos taken at the event can be accessed here.

Our Ph.D. student Bahram Khalichi has been selected to receive a 2018 Doctoral Research Award from the IEEE Antennas and Propagation Society (AP-S) for his research project, A Broadband Analysis of Multiscale Electromagnetics Problems Using Multilevel Fast Multipole Algorithm (MLFMA).

Bahram Khalichi is working under the supervision of Prof. Vakur B. Ertürk from Bilkent University and Assoc. Prof. Özgür Ergül from Middle East Technical University. His proposed research is focused on the broadband solution of multiscale electromagnetics problems using incomplete-leaf MLFMA formulated with potential integral equations.

About the Award: The IEEE Antennas and Propagation Society doctoral research grant honors the memory of Dr. Eugene F. Knott, who was a distinguished researcher and contributor to the Society. This is a highly prestigious and competitive honor for Ph.D. students in IEEE AP-S, and the goal of this award is to encourage the pursuit of careers in advanced electromagnetics. The selection committee evaluates each applicant based on his or her research project, academic record, and potential to contribute to the electromagnetics profession in the future. The award consists of a $2500 fellowship and award announcement will be featured in the Education Column of the upcoming IEEE Antennas and Propagation Magazine.


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