Mehmet Bodur got his Ph.D. degree at the Middle East Technical University (METU) Electrical and Electronics Engineering Department (EEE) in 1991. He worked in Student Assistant, Research Assistant, and Teaching Assistant positions at METU EEE and in University of Tokyo before completing his Ph.D. During and after his Ph.D. stud, he was involved in the establishment of several undergraduate and research laboratories such as the Process Control Labs, BioElectronics Labs, and Robotics Labs in METU. From August 1994 to 1996, he worked at Electrical and Electronics Engineering (EEE) Department of the Eastern Mediterranean University (EMU) in Assistant Professor position. He worked four years in Electronic Home Safety Industry as a Senior Design Engineer, and two years at the Mechanical and Industrial Engineering Department of University of Toronto, Canada, in Innovation Center on the Development of a Fuzzy Data Mining Software Package in the Research Associate and Software Development Director positions. He is working at the Computer Engineering Department of EMU since September 2002. He has over 20 international and national articles, and a book on computer organization. He is currently working on fuzzy and evolutionary methods in robotics and data mining.
Biography Updated on 30 April 2007