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Excellence in Publication Performance Award

Assoc. Prof. Muhsin Caner Gökçe from the Electrical and Electronics Engineering Department has been awarded the 2023 TEDU Faculty of Engineering Publication Performance Award. We congratulate our faculty member and wish him continued success. 

Our senior students from the Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering have participated in the Competition for Finding Innovative and Creative Solutions for Society!

Our senior students from the Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering have participated in the Competition for Finding Innovative and Creative Solutions for Society!

Our senior students from the Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering were entitled to receive support within the scope of the TUBITAK 2209 Program!

 

Our senior students from the Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering were entitled to receive support within the scope of the TUBITAK 2209 Program!

Our Faculty Member Dr. Aykut Yıldız’s Project was Found Eligible for Funding by TUBITAK!

Our Faculty Member Dr. Aykut Yıldız’s Project was Found Eligible for Funding by TUBITAK!

Our Faculty Member Dr. Huseyin Ugur Yildiz Has Won the Best Paper Award at the IEEE MENACOMM'19 Conference Held in Bahrain!

Our Faculty Member Dr. Huseyin Ugur Yildiz Has Won the Best Paper Award at the IEEE MENACOMM'19 Conference in Bahrain!

EBL Fabricated Plasmonic Nanostructures for Sensing Applications

Dr. Neval Cinel Abstract : Plasmonics is a major branch of photonics dealing with light-matter interactions in metallic nanostructures. Plasmonic devices provide extreme confinement of electromagnetic oscillations to very small volumes beyond diffraction limit at optical frequencies. The aim of the seminar is to demonstrate the utilization of plasmonics for several applications such as optical localized surface plasmon resonance (LSPR) biosensor design, enhancement of signal intensity in surface enhanced Raman spectroscopy (SERS) and absorption enhancement in photodetectors.

The Effect Of Receiver Aperture Averaging On The Multi Gaussian Beams In Turbulent Atmosphere

The optical power and the power scintillation of multi Gaussian beams propagating in turbulent atmosphere is analytically calculated by using the Huygens-Fresnel integral when a realistic receiver possessing a finite sized aperture is employed in a horizontal atmospheric optics link. The optical power and the power scintillation of Gaussian, flat-topped and annular beams, as special cases of the multi Gaussian beam, is analyzed versus the receiver aperture radius, the propagation length and the Gaussian source size.

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