Turkey’s first multiple social robot system has been developed in the Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (AILAB) of Boğaziçi University by a team of Ph.D. and Master’s degree students led by Professor H. Levent Akın, Dean of the Faculty of Engineering and lecturer in the Computer Engineering Department.
Turkish Time Magazine examined the universities from which top-level managers in domestic and international companies in Turkey graduated, and concluded that Boğaziçi University graduates led by far among top management posts.
Although there are a considerable number of highly qualified foundation universities in Turkey, graduates of Boğaziçi University lead the list in appointments to top positions.
An accelerometer-based patient tracking system that facilitates the flow of data between physicians and patients has been developed by a team of researchers led by Professor Cem Ersoy of the Computer Engineering Department at Boğaziçi University. His team consists of research assistant and doctoral candidate Can Tunca; graduate student, Nezihe Pehlivan; and undergraduate student, Sertaç Önal.
For the first time in Turkey, a university has developed an authentic certificate program for high level management in Turkey in cooperation with a university from abroad. The three-year program prepared by Boğaziçi University and the University of Texas at Austin offers courses to management on the topic of “leading in a global world.”