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WEB MAIL TELEFON REHBERİ ÖĞRENCİ BİLGİ SİSTEMİ AÇILAN DERSLER UZAKTAN EĞİTİM KAMPÜSTE YAŞAM KÜTÜPHANE PORTALI ULAŞIM

The topics of the projects for which the senior students of the department will provide design and production within the scope of EE407 “Innovative Engineering Analysis and Design” and EE408 “Innovative Engineering Design and Implementation” are announced.

Students enrolled in EE407 are to create groups of 4 people and find their group a name/logo, select at least three projects from the list below by indicating an order of preference, send an e-mail containing their names, student numbers, their current personal CGPAs, the group name and ordered project preferences to project Coordinator Ahmad Slamanogli (salmanogli@cankaya.edu.tr) by 29th September.

Larger groups will have priority against individual applications. Please make 3 choices. Otherwise you may be placed to a random project!

Please note that, some projects may have already been assigned to a team. If there are no open slots for these project, please do not apply to them. Some projects have individual open slots. You may apply to them indiviually.

Instead of choosing one of the projects described below, the student groups may come up with a project topic of their own. These groups should apply to EE407 Coordinator Dr. Tolga İnan. The appropriateness of the project topic proposed by these groups will be assessed by EE407 Coordinator Lecturer.

Students can enroll in any group for the EE407 course during registration.


Project 1: WEB System for Attendance and Homework Recording
Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Yahya K. Baykal

A WEB system will be designed which will automatically record the attendance and homework submissions in a class. Designed system will be implemented with a practical implementation. Advantages of the proposed design and the alternative solutions will be reported.

 

Team Members:

 

  • 201526069 Utku YAVUZ
  • 201526301 Emre ÇİÇEK
  • 201526012 İnanç BİLGİN
  • 201526036 Sefa Enes KAYA
  • 201426052 Oğulcan YILDIRIM

Project 2: Plasmonic Based Photodetector (Designing and Assembling)
Supervisor: Prof. Dr. H. Selçuk Geçim & Ahmad Salmanogli

In this project, the main goal is to design and assemble of a prototype plasmonic photodetector by which the sensitivity of detection can be strongly enhanced. The designed photodetector employs plasmonic properties to enhance the detection features such as sensitivity. The insensitivity enhancement is, in essence, due to the interaction of incoming light with the plasmonic nanoparticles by which the plasmon resonance can be created. The plasmonic resonance is created when the incoming light frequency is matched with the natural frequency of the nanoparticle. In other words, interaction at the natural frequency of the nanoparticles leads to cooperatively resonance of the of nanoparticles carriers. Beside of the enhancement of the interaction field which can be considered as a key factor to enhance the sensitivity; the increasing of the absorption of the incoming light by the nanoparticles are another reason that we want to analyze. The enhancement of the photodetector insensitivity can be evaluated by measuring the I-light/I-dark where I-light and I-dark are the current with and without of the incident light, respectively.

Team Members:

  • 201526006 Tuğba Nur ATABEY
  • 201526019 Onat Cavit DERELİ
  • 201526042 Hasan Furkan KURT

Project 3: Design and Simulation of the variable interdigitated Capacitor for RF/MW Circuits Applications
Supervisor: Ahmad Salmanogli

This project significantly focuses on the design and simulation of a typical multilayered capacitors socalled the interdigitated capacitor widely used in RF/MW circuits applications. This capacitor contains serially arranged electrodes and a membrane above, to create a variable capacitance. The mentioned capacitor is variable; it is due to the fact that this capacitor is sensitive to the alteration of the electric field gradient to manipulate the membrane. In other words, changing the electric field gradient in the area between electrodes and membrane leads to change in capacitance. The design and simulation of the idea can numerically be accomplished with different numerical methods such as Finite Element Method (FEM), Method of Moments (MoM), and Finite Difference Method (FDM). However, it is preferred to focus on simulation with FEM.

Team Members:

  • 201526052 Burcu SEVER
  • 201626409 Cahit Mert TİMURTAŞ
  • 201526067 Erman YALÇINKAYA
  • 201426022 Özün Tayberk GÜLEN
  • 201426040 Onurcan ÖZDEMİR

 


Project 4: Design and Performance Analysis of a Grid-Connected Photovoltaic System
Supervisor: Prof. Dr. İres İskender

In this project, the modelling and simulation studies of the dynamic behavior of a grid connected photovoltaic system will be analyzed.  The model will be implemented using MATLAB/Simulink with the SimPowerSystems Block Set. The performance of the converters used in the project will be studied and the suitable converter will be selected. Normal and faulty conditions of the photovoltaic generation, especially in the case of grid failure, will be simulated and commented. Practical works will be performed in a small scale.

 

 

Team Members:

  • 201626061 Simay TELLİ
  • 201526068 Doğukan YAMAN
  • 201526041 Burak Mertcan KÖSE
  • 201526059 Nur Selin TÜRKCAN

Project 5: Battery Management Systems for Electric Vehicles
Supervisor: Prof. Dr. İres İskender

This project aims to give a brief review on several key technologies of Battery Management Systems, including battery modelling, state estimation and battery charging. First, popular battery types used in Electric Vehicles will be surveyed, followed by the introduction of key technologies used in Battery Management Systems. Various battery models, including the electric model, thermal model and coupled electro-thermal model will be reviewed. Then, battery state estimations for the state of charge, state of health and internal temperature will be surveyed. Finally, several key and traditional battery charging approaches with associated optimization methods will be discussed.

 

Team Members:
  • 201526009 Didem BAŞOĞLU
  • 201526005 Ünzüle Neşe ASLAN
  • 201526056 Özge TOPAL
  • 201626038 Zeynep Öykü KURNAZ

Project 6: Design and Development of Precise Autonomous Flight Controller in non-GPS Environment
Supervisor: Dr. Tolga İnan

In this project, the student group will develop precise autonomous flight controller in non-GPS environment.
The students are expected to:
  • make an extensive summary on flight controllers.
  • Design a flight controller employing inertial measurement unit (IMU).
The autonomous flight controller having proven success will be part of the solutions offered by ASER Technology.

Team Members:

  • 201526003 Sarp AKGÜNDÜZ
  • 201526065 Mert VURGUN
  • 201526004 Ahmet Sadık ARAS
  • 201626031 Mehmet Mert GÜVENDİK

Project 7: Spectrum Intelligence for Interference Detection with Software Defined Radio (SDR)-based RF Monitoring System
Supervisor: Dr. Tolga İnan

In this project, the student group will develop a system for spectrum intelligence for interference detection.
The students are expected to:
  • make an extensive summary on spectrum intelligence and software defined radio.
  • Design a spectrum Intelligence for interference detection with software defined radio (SDR) based RF monitoring system.
The spectrum Intelligence system having proven success will be part of the solutions offered by ASER Technology.

Team Members:

  • 201526050 Volkan ÖZTÜRK
  • 201626017 Göksel Onur DAĞLI
  • 201626655 Görkem ERDEN
  • 201526035 Hakan KARA

Project 8: Vision-based Aircraft Runway Detection
Supervisor: Dr. Tolga İnan

In this project, the student group will develop a vision based aircraft runway detection algorithm. As the input, a captured video from an artificial camera defined on Google Earth (or similar tool using real satellite image), flying through a path above a runway will be used. The solution should work on different illumination conditions as the time of day changes. At each frame, the start and the end pixel positions of two side lines of detected runway will be the output.
In this project,  the students are expected to:
  • Prepare a rich data-set consisting of videos captured from Google Earth (or similar tool using real satellite image) for training and testing aircraft runway algorithm.
  • Design and test the aircraft runway detection algorithm.
The aircraft runway detection algorithm having proven success will be part of the solutions offered by Innovita Engineering Technologies.

Team Members:

  • 201526046 Mehmet Batuhan ÖZCAN
  • 201526034 Yusuf KANAÇ
  • 201526032 Koray İLHAN
  • 201526053 Semih Levent ŞEKER
  • 201526060 Muhammed Selim TÜZÜNOĞLU

Project 9: Sun Referenced Geographic Position Estimator
Supervisor: Dr. Tolga İnan

In this project, the student group will develop a sun referenced geographic position estimator algorithm.
Using the sun position captured by a camera with known orientation (roll, pitch, heading) and the date&time information, the students are expected to:
  • Prepare a rich data-set consisting of photos/videos captured from Google Earth for training and testing Sun referenced geographic position estimator.
  • Estimate the position of the camera as latitude and longitude coordinates,  report the accuracy and the precision of the Sun referenced geographic position estimator.
  • Design a test set-up consisting of a camera and an orientation measuring device.
  • Test Sun referenced geographic position estimator under more realistic real-world conditions using the designed test set-up.
The sun referenced geographic position estimator algorithm having proven success will be part of the solutions offered by Innovita Engineering Technologies.

Team Members:

  • 201526020 Emine Selcen DURHAN
  • 201526054 Zeynep Betül TANATAR
  • 201526031 Melike Nur GÜRLEYİK
  • 201526057 Veli Erman TOPRAK

Project 10: Modeling and Simulation of a High Performance Inertial Stabilization of an Imaging System via Friction Observer
Supervisor: Dr. Oğuzhan Çifdalöz
Students will
  • Model a mechanical stabilization system with friction, dynamic and kinematic properties,
  • Model the sensors and actuators,
  • Model the quantization and digitization effects,
  • Develop and implement a stabilization algorithm,
  • Develop an animation environment to present the results.

Team Members:

  • 201526028 İdil GÜL
  • 201526049 Ayşenur ÖZTÜRK
  • 201526063 Berkay ÜÇPINAR
  • 201626014 Burak ÇELİK

Project 11: Design of an Automatic Take-Off and Landing System on a Moving Platform
Supervisor: Dr. Oğuzhan Çifdalöz

 The aim of this project is to design and develop control system algorithms for an air vehicle which will autonomously perform approach, land and take-off maneuvers. The landing platform will be moving longitudinally and laterally.

Team Members:

  • 201526001 Osman ACAR
  • 201526018 İlayda DEMİRTAN
  • 201626667 Ali Emre ÖZDOĞAN
  • 201626404 Merve ŞİRİN

Project 12: Formation of autonomous ground vehicles (Project Assigned!)
Supervisor: Dr. Oğuzhan Çifdalöz
Students will design an environment where multiple autonomous ground vehicles’ positions can be measured and use this information for formation travel. Students may need to design the vehicles or modify the designs of off-the-shelf vehicles.
Team Members
  • 201526010 Mehmet Arda BAYRAKTAR
  • 201526011 Atakan BIYIKLI
  • 201526014 Hazel CAN
  • 201626032 Berat Orhan HARPUT

Project 13: Embedded Implementation of a CNN on a Performance Limited Device
Supervisor: Dr. Erdem Akagündüz
In this project, the group will embedded a Convolutional Neural Network on an embedded system (i.e. an ARM M4 MCU). The group will include two teams,namely the embedded coders team and the deep learning scientists team.

Team Meambers:

  • 201626045 Murat Kaan ÖZCAN
  • 201626041 Metehan MEHTAP
  • 201526033 Salih İZGİ
  • 201526038 Ümit Can KIZILKAYA
  • 201626066 Furkan UYSAL

Project 14: Semantic Video Indexing: “What is this YouTube clip?”
Supervisor: Dr. Erdem Akagündüz

In this project the student group will work on an intelligent system that is capable of classifying a YouTube clip semantically. The aim is to understand if the video is a soccer match, a news feed, or some other arbitrary category. The student group will focus on vision and learning techniques.

 

 

Team Meambers:

  • 201526016 Pelin ÇAKIR
  • 201426047 Sümeyra ÜST
  • 201426032 Gül Miray KÖPRÜLÜ
  • 201426006 Alican BAYRAM
  • 201526026 Türkalp Berk GÖKALP

Project 15: An Interactive Toy
Supervisor: Dr. Erdem Akagündüz
In this project, the student group will develop a novel interactive toy, which
  • will include at least two inputs/sensor (e.g. microphone, camera, thermal sensor, inertial etc.)
  • will include at least two kinds of output (e.g. audible or visual)
  • will be a battery powered standalone embedded system

Team Meambers:

  • 201626040 Barış MAVİENGİN
  • 201626672 Ümit UZAR
  • 201526061 Elif Irmak UYANIK
  • 201526007 Hira BALCI
  • 201526039 Mertkan KORKUSUZ

Project 16: A Wearable Health Monitoring System
Supervisor: Dr. Erdem Akagündüz
In this project, the student group will develop a wearable health monitoring system (e.g. a watch), which
  • will include at least two inputs/sensor (e.g. microphone, camera, thermal sensor, inertial etc.)
  • will include at least two kinds of output (e.g. audible or visual)
  • will be a battery powered standalone embedded system.

 

Team Meambers:

  • 201426021 Erdi GÖZKAYA
  • 201626674 Sadettin Buğra YAVUZ
  • 201626664 Burak KAYA
  • 201526023 Eren ERSALMAN
  • 201626023 Mehmed Eray ERCELEP