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2012-17 Research Scientist in Fish Biomechanics and Neurobiology
Whitney Laboratory for Marine Bioscience, University of Florida (Dr James C. Liao)
2009-12 Postdoctoral Associate in Underwater Robotics
Department of Computer Science, University of Verona (Dr Paolo Fiorini)
2005-09 Phd in Mobile Robotics
Department of Computer Science, University of Essex (Dr Ulrich Nehmzow)
2004-05 MSc in Embedded Systems and Robotics
Department of Computer Science, University of Essex
2000-05 BSc in Electrical and Electronics Engineering
Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Hacettepe University
- Autonomous Underwater Robotics:
I am an electronic engineer, trained in robotics and biology. On one hand, I am interested in studying organisms using biological and engineering approaches. In return, I develop new bioinspired technologies for autonomous underwater robotics.
Computational analysis of vortex dynamics and performance enhancement due to body-fin and fin-fin interactions in fish-like locomotion. Journal of Fluid Mechanics 829 pp. 65-88. 10.1017/jfm.2017.5332017.
Refuging rainbow trout selectively exploit flows behind tandem cylinders. Journal of Experimental Biology 219 (14) pp. 2182-2191. 10.1242/jeb.1404752016.
Synaptic ribbons require Ribeye for electron density, proper synaptic localization, and recruitment of calcium channels. Cell Reports 15 (12) pp. 2784-2795. 10.1016/j.celrep.2016.05.0452016.
Fish optimize sensing and respiration during undulatory swimming. Nature Communications 7 11044 10.1038/ncomms110442016.
Frequency response properties of primary afferent neurons in the posterior lateral line system of larval zebrafish. Journal of Neurophysiology 113 (2) pp. 657-6688. 10.1152/jn.00414.20142015.
A fish perspective: detecting flow features while moving using an artificial lateral line in steady and unsteady flow. Interface 11 10.1098/rsif.2014.04672014.
Afferent and motoneuron activity in response to single neuromast stimulation in the posterior lateral line of larval zebrafish. Journal of Neurophysiology 112 pp. 1329-1339. 10.1152/jn.00274.20142014.