EE407/EE408 Senior Student Projects

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 2, 3 or 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 these student names, student numbers, the group name and ordered project preferences to the project coordinator assistant, Ahmad Slamanogli (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) by 30th September.

the assigned projects will be announced on this page.

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 Lecturer 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: Optical Wireless Communications Link Design
Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Yahya K. Baykal

Nazlı Yanık
Emiş Tutku Kıraç
Şükrüye Ebru Çıplak 
Pakize Büşra Yüksel 
 
An optical communication transmitter and receiver will be designed which in turn will compose an optical wireless communication link that will operate in free space or in underwater medium. General considerations in the link budget analysis will be performed. Advantages of the design will be explained and alternative solutions will be reported.

Project 2: Assembling the In vivo Imaging System Electro-Mechanical unit and Designing Interface Protocol in MATLAB 
Supervisor: Prof. Dr. H. Selçuk Geçim

OptoTech:
Ezel Yalçınkaya
Metin Eroğlu 
Sanem Meral

In this project, the main aim is to assemble the in vivo imaging system electro-mechanical part. This unit will be completely controlled by the MATLAB software. In fact, via the designed interface protocol in MATLAB, one can control the mechanical part position and its speed. Generally, we want to improve the recent in vivo imaging system performance to act automatically, and more importantly enhance its mechanical, electrical, and optical features. 

 

Project 3 & 4: Power Electronics Based Microgrid
Supervisor: Prof. Dr. İres İskender

Project 3
SANKAB:
Ali Kaplan
Sami Enes Ünver
Ali Mert Efe
Serdar Emre Bayraktar
 
Project 4
Power Girls:

Hacer Büşra Keleş
Sevim Eda Bozan
Burcak Melis Buluç

The project is a microgrid system. Two groups of students are considered to work on this project. The student number of each group is three. Below, there is a simple figure and table explaning the structure and context of the projects.


Project 5: Tomographic Motion Detection
Supervisor: Dr. Göker Şener

HighTech:
Nuri Baran Ayana
Almıla Beyza İkizoğlu
Onur Öztürk        
Kadir Demirbaş   
 
This project aims to design and implement an electronic communication  system such that it can detect objects in motion in a 2D area with the ability to be completely hidden from view because it is not a line of sight technology. It works by surrounding an area with the nodes that communicate with each other via radio waves creating a mesh network. It  relies on phase disturbances of the mesh network (Doppler radar) to detect movements within the area.

Project 6: Design of a packet switched network with improved throughput performance.
Supervisor: Dr. H. Barbaros Preveze

Soon:
Merve Irmak Çotuk
Merve Ceren Atıcı
Hande Savaşçı
Özlem Erdem

In this project a packet switched network will be simulated  in details using MATLAB. Then, the generated simulation results for  different QoS parameters will be compared with the results in the  literature for comfitmation. Finally, some part(s) of the used protocol  will be modified to improve the current QoS performance of the system.

Project 7: Under-Vehicle Imaging ve Unexpected Object Detection System
Supervisor: Dr. Erdem Akagündüz

AC/DC:
Abdullah Muhammed Ünal
Berkay Dalarslan
Mehmet Göktuğ Gönen
Melis Çıkış

In this project, the student group will develop a real time image stitching and under-vehicle unexpected object detection system for Optima Engineering's optical systems. The hardware of the under-vehicle imaging system is to be provided by Optima Engineering Inc.  The student group is to:
  • create an under-vehicle unexpected objects database
  • construct image stitching algorithms,
  • design algorithms for automatic unexpected object detection
  • and utilize these algorithms in real-time software
This project is part of a TUBITAK 1507 project carried out in partnership with Çankaya University Technology Transfer Office. Developed algorithms will be integrated to Optima Engineering Inc. products.

Proje 8: Licence Plate Recognition System
Supervisor: Dr. Erdem Akagündüz

En Masse:
Engin Uzun
Begüm Ergün
Rüya Beren Köylü
Berk Can Bayram

In this project, the student group will develop a real time plate and driver face recognition system for  Optima Engineering's optical systems. The hardware of the under-vehicle imaging system is to be provided by Optima Engineering Inc. The student group is to
  • create an plate and driver face database,
  • design atuomatic recognition algorithms,
  • and utilize these algorithms in real-time software
This project is part of a TUBITAK 1507 project carried out in partnership with Çankaya University Technology Transfer Office. Developed algorithms will be integrated to Optima Engineering Inc. products.

Project 9: Portable Electronic Musical Instrument Tuning and Song Key Finding System 
Supervisor: Dr. Erdem Akagündüz
 
Bitiremeyenler:
Altuğcan Oktay
Barış  Yılmaz
Elifnur Çintan
Sinem Erdoğan
 
In this project, the student group will develop a portable, battery-powered musical instrument tuning system that has a visual interface. The student group is to 
  • design a system that will receive and process the audio signal
  • provide a visual interface for instrument tuning
  • provide a visual interface for song key retreival
  • construct an embedded system for this purpose.

Proje 10: Fingerrpint Spoofing Detection System
SupervisorDr. Tolga İnan 

Desing Group:
Onur Kaan Bitiş
Seval Kahraman
Ömer Cihat Fiyci
Salih Güvenir

In this project, the student group will develop a system that can detect fake fingerprints. This system will basically consist of a two-class classifier that can detect spoof/fake fingerprints and real fingerprints. The algorithm to be designed will be tested on a public database containing fake and real fingerprints and the spoof detection algorithm performance on the database will be reported.

Proje 11: Keystroke Dynamics Based Biometric Recognition System
Supervisor: Dr. Tolga İnan

BAYA Electronics:
Atanur Açıkel
İsmail Asilkan Var
M.Yaşar Yıldırım
Batuhan Yaşar

In this project, the student group will develop a system that performs biometric recognition based on keystroke dynamics. The keystroke dynamics are defined as the key usage habits and keystroke timings. Behavioral biometric recognition can be performed using the keystroke dynamics. The algorithm to be designed will be tested on public keystroke dynamics databases and its performance will be reported.


Proje 12: Finding Location and Orientation of 3D Face Data
Supervisor: Dr. Tolga İnan

HAGI:
Ahmet Ertürk     
Gizem Can         
İpek Taşkın       
Fatma Handan Özer

In this project, an algorithm will be developed to find the position and orientation of face data given as a 3D point cloud. Problems such as noise, missing data, closure (hand, glasses, etc.) in 3D face point clouds will also be taken into consideration.The algorithm to be designed will be tested on open public 3D face databases and its performance will be reported.


Proje 13: RoboFriend : Two line following robots assisting each other
SupervisorDr. Tolga İnan

EK-ES:
Sumeyra Koç
Eylül Yaren Dalan
Engin Düzgün
Abdülkadir İlhan

In this project, the student group will develop two units of  line-follower-robots assisting each other. Two line-follower-robots are supposed to follow two parallel lines while they are moving side by  side. During their trip, if one of the robots observes a missing part on its line, the other robot is expected to help so that they can move together.

Project 14: An Intelligent Baby Toy
Supervisor: Dr. Erdem Akagündüz
 
BT Project:
Abdulkerim Taha Okay
Başak Yılmaz
Mert Kuşçu
Nur İpek Koçer

In this project, the student group will develop an intelligent and interactive (1-3 yo) baby toy, which

  • will include at least two inputs/sensor (e.g. microphone, camera, thermal sensor, etc)
  • will include at least two kinds of output (e.g. vocal and visual)
  • will be a battery powered standalone embedded system

will entertain a baby


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