|2022 - Present||STEM Scholarships|
|National Science Foundation|
|Role: Principal Investigator|
|2018 - Present||Engineering Program Development|
|Sikorsky, a Lockheed Martin company|
Honors and Awards
- Sacred Heart University Tenure and Promotion 2020
- Analog and Digital Circuits Labs
- Graduate Research Seminar
- Engineering Explorations
|2017||M.A., Central Michigan University ‐ Education Technology|
|2007||Ph.D., Istanbul Technical University ‐ Electronics Engineering|
|2002||M.S., Istanbul Technical University ‐ Electronics and Communication Engineering|
|1999||B.S., Istanbul Technical University ‐ Electronics and Communication Engineering|
Computer Science & Engineering
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Alkali Metals (Na, K) Doped ZnO/CuO Composite Films for Real-time Tracking of Sweat Loss School of Computer Science & Engineering Faculty Publications (2023)
Real-time sweat rate monitoring provides clinically proper directives for preventive medicine and disease diagnosis. This research represents an attempt to develop a semiconductor-based nanostructured sensor for monitoring sweat rate using a ZnO/CuO composite thin film. ...
A Hybrid Approach for Interpretable Game Performance Prediction in Basketball School of Computer Science & Engineering Faculty Publications (2022)
Sports Data Analytics is an emerging field involving analytical tools to help coaches design practical strategies for athletic training and winning games. In this paper, we developed Decision Tree (DT) based models for analyzing the ...
Impact of Sleep and Training on Game Performance and Injury in Division-1 Women’s Basketball Amidst the Pandemic School of Computer Science & Engineering Faculty Publications (2022)
We investigated the impact of sleep and training load of Division - 1 women’s basketball players on their game performance and injury prediction using machine learning algorithms. The data was collected during a pandemic-condensed season ...
Sleep and Physical Performance: A Case Study of Collegiate Women’s Division 1 Basketball Players Exercise Science Faculty Publications (2021)
In this work, we present a case study to evaluate the connections between sleep, training load, and the perceptions of physical/emotional state of a collegiate, division 1 Women’s basketball team. The study took place during ...
Simple and Low-Cost Synthesis of Al-doped ZnO/CuO Composite Nanowires for Highly Efficient Hydration Level Sensing School of Computer Science & Engineering Faculty Publications (2021)
In this paper, we report on our investigation of the impact of Al doping on the primary physical properties of SILAR fabricated CuO/ZnO composite nanowires. Our characterization on surface and structural analysis showed that we ...
Development of an Autonomous Indoor Robot for Mapping Applications School of Computer Science & Engineering Faculty Publications (2021)
This body of research is built around the development of a roaming robot for indoor settings. Quanser's ground robotics system, QBot 2e, was utilized to map parts of a room along with collecting temperature and ...
Facile Preparation and Characterization of Nanostructured ZnO/CuO Composite Thin Film for Sweat Concentration Sensing Applications School of Computer Science & Engineering Faculty Publications (2021)
This research presents the morphological, structural, optical characterization and sweat sensing response of ZnO/CuO nanocomposite thin films synthesized by the SILAR (Successive Ionic Layer Adsorption and Reaction) method. The particle and crystallite size were increased ...
Improved Sensing Response of Nanostructured CuO Thin Films Towards Sweat Rate Monitoring: Effect of Cr Doping School of Computer Science & Engineering Faculty Publications (2020)
In this research, we have studied the effect of chromium doping of CuO on the main physical properties and hydration level sensing ability of thin-film samples synthesized by SILAR method on soda-lime glass substrates. The ...
A Novel Amperometric Sweat Sensor Approach Through Characterization of Hausmannite (Mn3O4) Thin Films School of Computer Science & Engineering Faculty Publications (2019)
Nanostructured metal oxides offer unique advantages for their sensing capabilities hence have been studied immensely. In the context of Mn3O4 films, this study focuses on the sweat sensing prospects of these advanced materials using SILAR ...
An Artificial Sweating System for Sweat Sensor Testing Applications School of Computer Science & Engineering Faculty Publications (2019)
This research proposes a completely automated, computer-controlled fluid mixing and dispensing system, which is suitable for testing sweat sensing devices, as an alternative to requiring human trials during the development phase of a sweat sensor ...
Wearable Sweat Sensors: Background and Current Trends School of Computer Science & Engineering Faculty Publications (2019)
Sweat‐related physiology research has been well established over the years. However, it has only been around ten years that sweat‐based sensing devices started to be explored. With the recent advancements in wearable activity and physiology ...
Electrochemical Amperometric Biosensor Applications of Nanostructured Metal Oxides: A Review School of Computer Science & Engineering Faculty Publications (2019)
Biological sensors have been extensively investigated during the last few decades. Among the diverse facets of biosensing research, nanostructured metal oxides (NMOs) offer a plethora of potential benefits. In this article, we provide a thorough ...
A Custom Computer-Controlled Fluid Mixing and Dispensing System for Sweat Sensor Testing Applications School of Computer Science & Engineering Faculty Publications (2018)
We propose a completely automatized, computer-controlled fluid mixing and dispensing system that is suitable for testing sweat sensing devices. The design is based on Raspberry Pi that controls almost a dozen electronic relays and switches. ...
A Real-Time Wireless Sweat Rate Measurement System for Physical Activity Monitoring Sensors (2018)
There has been significant research on the physiology of sweat in the past decade, with one of the main interests being the development of a real-time hydration monitor that utilizes sweat. The contents of sweat ...
Implementation of Blogging as an Alternative to the Lab Report School of Computer Science & Engineering Faculty Publications (2017)
Undergraduate engineering laboratory courses are designed to increase students’ hands-on capabilities through application of theoretical knowledge. However, a laboratory manual may lack any connection to prior content, and expectations for thoughtful, developed writing are minimal. ...
3D Modeling and Characterization of a Calorimetric Flow Rate Sensor for Sweat Rate Sensing Applications Journal of Applied Physics (2017)
Sweat-based physiological monitoring has been intensively explored in the last decade with the hopes of developing real-time hydration monitoring devices. Although the content of sweat (electrolytes, lactate, urea, etc.) provides significant information about the physiology, it is ...
Enhanced Hydration Detection Properties of Nanostructured CuO Films by Annealing Microelectronic Engineering (2017)
This work reports the effects of annealing on the material properties and sweat sensing behavior of nanostructured CuO-based films. CuO films were grown on glass substrates via SILAR (Successive Ionic Layer Adsorption and Reaction) method. ...
A Wearable Conductivity Sensor for Wireless Real-time Sweat Monitoring Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical (2016)
We designed, fabricated, and tested a sweat-based conductivity sensor device toward a real-time, non-invasive physiological condition monitoring device for humans. Sweat collector, conductivity sensor, and the interfacing circuit were developed and combined to form a ...