Prof. Şenol Pişkin as the Head of Mechanical Engineering Department of Istinye University Faculty of Engineering and Natural Sciences is the executive and researcher of, has been accepted as part of Horizon 2020 - Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions - Individual Fellowship call.
Ataberk Özaydın, a freshman at the Department of Software Engineering in our Faculty of Engineering, developed a new mobile app with his software team of five following a 3-month study. The team’s app shortly achieved success on app markets.
MATLAB Campus License is now available for use at the Istinye University Faculty of Engineering. MATLAB can be used in many different application areas such as modeling, simulation, computational mathematics, data analytics and algorithm development, and will contribute significantly to our faculty’s mission of "computational engineering". MATLAB software is available for use by all academic and student members of the faculty.
A new paper by Dr. Nadi Serhan Aydın (with Prof. Dr. Martin Rainer) titled “A robust bi-objective mathematical model for disaster rescue units allocation and scheduling with learning effect” has been published in Computers & Industrial Engineering. The paper proposes a novel bi-objective mixed-integer linear programming (MILP) model for allocating and scheduling disaster rescue units considering the learning effect. The presented decision support model is expected to help decision-makers of emergency relief centers to provide efficient planning for rescue units during natural disasters.
Istinye University Department of Industrial Engineering has signed an Erasmus+ agreement for student/staff exchange partnership with the Department of Industrial Engineering at Politehnica University of Bucharest (Romania). Within the scope of the program, students who are at least 2nd grade will be eligible to apply for an Erasmus grant of 3-12 months to study at the partner university. Students who wish to apply to the program must apply through the International Office.
The project submitted to 2535 TÜBİTAK-MSRT Joint Project Call by Dr. Nadi Serhan Aydın in collaboration with Iranian researchers Prof. İraj Mahdavi and Dr. Erfan Babaee’s, and titled “Multi-Criteria Decision Making, Mathematical Modeling and Dynamic Programming for Sustainable Mass Production Planning” has been selected for grant. The project aims to solve a multi-objective optimization problem in manufacturing by implementing environmental, economic and social sustainability criterias within the model through a multi-criteria decision making algorithm, thereby developing a sustainability-based production model. Dr. Mustafa Mısır, our Head of Computer Engineering, is also taking part in the project.
A new paper by Nadi Serhan Aydın (with Prof. Dr. Martin Rainer) titled “Asset-backed Stable Numéraire Approach for Sustainable Valuation” is accepted for publication in the Journal of Sustainable Finance and Investment. The article reveals the de-stabilizating effect on financial and non-financial asset prices of the conventional evaluation instruments in the field of financial engineering such as “stochastic short rate” and provides a new sustainability-based financial “benchmark” for asset valuation.
Our Engineering Faculty member Dr. Mustafa Mısır gave a speech titled Artificial Intelligence against COVID-19 as an invited speaker in the webinar named COVID-19: Modeling; Artificial Intelligence and Innovative Technologies to Flatten the Curve, organized by the College of Engineering and College of Health Sciences at the Qatar University.
Assoc. Prof. Şener Özönder, a lecturer in our Faculty of Engineering works as one of the four researchers in the project entitled “Nano-Developed and Scalable Quantum Dot Solar Cell Design, Manufacturing and Characterization” prepared within the Nanotechnology Research Center of Istanbul Technical University (ITUnano).
Our Faculty of Engineering produced face shields to deliver to healthcare workers from various hospitals who make every single effort to help those suffering from COVID-19.
We will continue our support for healthcare workers in these challenging times.
Nadi Serhan Aydın, Head of Department of Industrial Engineering, (with Prof. Gerhard-Wilhelm Weber, Dr. Ioannis Baltas and Dr. Emel Savku) has written the foreword of the recently published book named “Handbook of Research on Smart Computing for Renewable Energy and Agro-Engineering”. The book focuses on the benefits and difficulties in applying computational models to energy resources and agricultural manufacturing areas and also examines the potentials of the model to decrease the costs and create sustainable solutions.
A paper titled "A Bi-objective Constrained Robust Gate Assignment Problem: Formulation, Instances and Algorithm" as our Engineering Faculty member Dr. Mustafa Mısır is one of the authors, was published in the journal of IEEE Transactions on Cybernetics. The paper was co-authored together with the researchers from Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics (NUAA), City University of Hong Kong (CityU-HK), Civil Aviation University of China (CAUC) and Shantou University.
Our Engineering Faculty member Dr. Mustafa Mısır will organize a panel titled Stream on Hyper-heuristis at the 22nd Conference of the International Federation of Operational Research Societies (IFORS 2020), held in South Korea, together with academicians from the University of Pretoria (South Africa) and the University of Nottingham (UK).
Our Engineering Faculty member Dr. Mustafa Mısır received a Short Term Scientific Task (STSM) grant the scope of COST (European Science and Technology Cooperation) program supported by EU Framework Program Horizon 2020. The grant will be provided by the COST action CA15140 - Improving Applicability of Nature-Inspired Optimization by Joining Theory and Practice (ImAppNIO). The relevant scientific visit will be to University College Dublin (Ireland).
Our Engineering Faculty member Dr. Mustafa Mısır won a conference participation grant within the scope of COST (European Science and Technology Cooperation) program supported by EU Framework Program Horizon 2020. The grant was provided by the COST action CA15140 - Improving Applicability of Nature-Inspired Optimization by Joining Theory and Practice (ImAppNIO).
Our Engineering Faculty member Dr. Mustafa Mısır presented his article "Active Matrix Completion for Algorithm Selection" at the 5th International Conference on Machine Learning, Optimization, and Data Science (LOD). The article will be published as a proceedings paper in Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) - Springer.
Based on our painful experiences, we know that it’s not the earthquake itself, a natural phenomenon, which kills and causes considerable economic losses, but non-durable buildings, bridges and infrastructure.