Nanopartikül ve Hidrojel Tabanlı Kablosuz Giyilebilir ve İmplant Sensörler
Doktora ve master bursları bulunmaktadır. Burslar Tübitak üst sınırlarından verilmektedir.
Openings under ADP (YÖK Araştırma Üniversiteleri Destek Programı)
Moleküler Düzeyde Gerçek Zamanlı Kablosuz Beden-içi Algılama
Doktora ve master bursları bulunmaktadır. Adayların Boğaziçi Üni Elektrik Elektronik Mühendisliği yüksek lisans/doktora programına kayıtlı olmaları gerekmektedir.
Openings under TÜBİTAK BİDEB 2247-A National Leader Researchers Program
PhD Scholarships are available. The candidates are expected to have an MSc in electrical and electronics engineering.
Openings under IRASME FUND
DIAMOND - Development of Intelligent and Advanced Implants made of Nanostructured Ti-13Nb- 13Zr Alloy
MSc and BSc Scholarships are available (Burslar Tübitak üst sınırlarından verilmektedir).
Openings under BOUNtenna Undergraduate Training Program
Two-stage undergraduate training program
Upon acceptance, the trainee receives access to a drive link where all the reading materials and video tutorials are located for both stages.
In the first stage, the trainee is expected to learn how to use Ansys HFSS (a licensed CAD tool on the university campus). There are four video tutorials available for this purpose.
1- Introduction to antennas
2- HFSS Ansys introduction
3- Dipole antennas video tutorial
4- Patch Antennas video tutorial
The trainee receives a full day of training, including a refreshment course on Maxwell’s equations and an introduction to antenna parameters. (Note that most students are 2nd or 3rd-year students; hence they do not have any background on Antennas and Propagation.) At the end of the first stage, the trainee is expected to design a patch antenna for a given standard. The trainee reports their results using an IEEE conference template. This way, the trainee learns how to prepare figures and graphs following the template guides and becomes fluent in LaTeX.
In the second stage, the trainee is expected to prototype their designed antenna using either LPKF or Voltera V-one. A prototyped antenna is measured, and measurement results are included in the first stage report. This stage aims to make trainees familiar with the equipment in the laboratory.
During this training, the trainee chooses one of the ongoing projects. The trainee attends the weekly meetings of the selected project and the round table of the research lab. A partner is assigned to each trainee as a guide.
Openings in general
RESEARCH TOPICS FOR STUDENTS:
Flexible Wearable Antennas
Implantable Antennas / Sensors
Applications: Body Sensor Networks, IoT, Industry 4.0