Melih Sozdinler Contact Information
Department of Computer Science and Engineering Isik University email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org Sile, IST 34035 TURKEY Blog: http://melihsozdinler.blogspot.com
Voice: +90 (532) 353-3264
Turkish(Mother Tongue), English(TOEFL score:88), German(Basic)
Graph Theory Applications, Crossing Minimization, Bioinformatics, Biclustering, Sensor Networks, Computer Graphics
Isik University, Sile, Istanbul, Turkey M.S., Computer Science and Engineering (expected graduation date: January 2009) • Thesis Topic: Biclustering with Crossing Minimization • Advisor: Assistant Professor Cesim Erten • Area of Study: Graph Theory, Sensor Networks B.S., Computer Science and Engineering, March 2007 • Department third degree, With High Honors in Engineering • (emphasis on electromagnetics and digital computers) • Minor in Industrial Engineering, June 2008
Awards The Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey(TUBITAK) • Graduate Research Fellowship, 2007–2008 • Tubitak Project Research Member with monthly stipends, 2006–2008 OSYM scholorship • Isik University B.S. Fellowship Full Tuition, 2002–2007 Monthly Stipends • University Scholarship, 2002–2007 Academic Experience
Isik University, Sile, Istanbul, Turkey Graduate Student
June 2007 to present
• Isik University Full Master Degree Scholarship (March 2007 to present) Includes current M.S. research and course work. • Partially supported by TUBITAKThe Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey, grant 106E071 (September 2006 to present) Developed, implemented crossing minimization algorithms on bipartite graphs, biclustering, sensor networks. Teaching Assistant
March 2007 to January 2009 1
• Given Courses as teaching asistant • Spring 2007 CSE 312 Analysis of Algorithms: Lectured Problem sessions. Graded homeworks and exams. CSE 200 Programming Workshop: Gived Laboratory Sections in C. • Summer 2007 CSE 202 Data Structures and Algorithm: Lectured Problem session. Gived Laboratory Sections in C. • Autumn 2008 CSE 100 Introduction to Programming: Gived Laboratory Sections in C. CSE 200 Programming Workshop: Gived Laboratory Sections in C. CSE 300 Internet and Web Programming: Gived Laboratory Sections in PHP. Graded homeworks. • Spring 2008 CSE 200 Programming Workshop: Gived Laboratory Sections in C. CSE 304 Principles of Programming Languages: Gived Laboratory Sections in C,C++,JAVA,PROLOG,SCHEME CSE 415 Theory of Computation: Prepared quizes. Graded exams. CSE 488 Robotics: Participated lab section with LEGO RCX. • Summer 2008 CSE 100 Introduction to Programming: Gived Laboratory Sections in C. • Fall 2008 CSE 200 Programming Workshop: Gived Laboratory Sections in C. CSE 202 Data Structures and Algorithm: Gived Laboratory Sections in C. CSE 484 Bioinformatics: Graded homeworks.
A.O. Cakiroglu, C. Erten, O. Karatas, M. Sozdinler, ”Crossing Minimization in Weighted Bipartite Graphs”, Journal of Discrete Algorithms (JDA), to appear.
C. Erten, M. Sozdinler, ”Biclustering Expression Data Based on Expanding Localized Substructures”,The Bioinformatics and Computational Biology (BICoB ‘09), submitted. C. Erten, M. Sozdinler, ”A Robust Biclustering Method Based on Crossing Minimization in Bipartite”, Graph Drawing Poster (GD ‘08), to appear in proceedings. A.O. Cakiroglu, C. Erten, O. Karatas, M. Sozdinler, ”Crossing Minimization in Weighted Bipartite Graphs”, Proc. 6th Workshop on Experimental Algorithms (WEA 07), Lecture Notes in Computer Science 4525, pp. 122-135, 2007.
TURKISH HALKBANK, Istanbul,TURKEY Software R&D Intern for GUI creation June 2005 to September 2005 • Designed branch screen for the bank with Visual Gen. • Wrote a part of code in PL/1 for billing system. • Used DB-2 to access database. AVEA GSM Company, Istanbul,TURKEY Information Technology Systems Intern July 2006 to September 2006 • Responsible for the Added Values for GSM communication company. Maintanance the main server. • Designed a intranet website for sharing information. • Software call center support for call center employees.
Extensive hardware and software experience in graph theory and bioinformatics. C++ LEDA experience: graphs, data types, graph windows, windows, graph algorithms, geometry class. Matlab toolboxes: bioinformatics. JAVA 3D toolboxes: nodes, branchgroups, 3D visualisation. Programming: C, C++, PHP, UNIX shell scripting, SQL, MATLAB, JAVA, SCHEME, PROLOG Applications: TEX, LATEX, BibTEX, Microsoft Office, and other common productivity packages for Windows and Linux platforms Operating Systems: Microsoft Windows XP/2000, Linux and other UNIX variants, OS/2.
Probability, Random Variables, and Stochastic Processes, Reliability. Operations Research System Simulation