My main interest is improving efficiency of algorithms with using assembly level optimizations. I am also interested in cryptography, computer architecture, parallel programming, heterogeneous computing and hardware accelerators.
Currently I am doing PhD at Department of Mathematics of Ege University in İzmir, Turkey. My dissemination topic is “Analysis, Design and Efficient implementation of Next Generation Cryptosystems”, and my advisors are Urfat Nuriyev and Peter Schwabe. I am also working with Sedat Akleylek in several projects.
I was a visiting student in Digital Security Group, Radboud University, Nijmegen, Netherlands. In here, I had been working on efficient implementations of lattice-based cryptographic primitives with Peter Schwage, between April 2015 and April 2016.
I had my MSc. degree from Department of Computer Engineering of Ondokuz Mayıs University in Samsun, Turkey. During my master study, I have worked as a research assistant in the department and also participated in two Scientific Research Projects. During My master, I studied on the FPGA implementations of some algorithms that have applications in cryptography, coding theory, signal processing and machine learning.
I have published papers on topics in artificial neural networks, hardware implementation, parallel processing and also lattice-based cryptography.
I can be reached by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.