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Department of Computer Engineering
I'm currently working on swarm robotics. Swarm robotics is an emerging field in robotics dealing with large homogenous groups of robots for solving complicated tasks. This field takes inspiration from social insects. I'm also interested in evolutionary methods, machine learning and parallel processing.
I'm a member of Kovan Research Lab.
- Soysal O., Bahceci E., and Sahin E. (2003) PES: A system for parallelized fitness evaluation of evolutionary methods. In A. Yazici and C. Sener, editors, Proceedings of the Eighteenth International Symposium on Computer and Information Sciences (ISCIS), Lecture Notes in Computer Science 2869, pages 889-896, 2002. Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, Germany. Available in pdf.
- Bahceci E., Soysal O., Sahin E. (2003) A Review: Pattern Formation and Adaptation in Multi-Robot Systems. Technical Report CMU-RI-TR-03-43. Carnegie Mellon Univ, Pittsburgh, PA, USA. (here in cmu publications site)
- Parallelized Evolution System (PES): This system is being developed in conjunction with IRIDIA within our collaboration on the Swarm-bots project. The system parallelizes the execution of evolutionary methods over multiple computers connected via a network. PES is based upon PVM, a popular parallel programming library.