01 Dec 2021
Our Graduate Dr. Müge Özçevik Received 2021 IEEE Turkey Ph.D. Thesis Award
Our 2019 graduate of the Computer Engineering Doctorate Program was deemed worthy of the 2021 IEEE Turkey Doctoral Thesis Award with her thesis named "Traffic and Mobility Aware Delay Modeling for Software-Defined Networks (SDN)".
News: İTÜ Media and Communication Office
Our 2019 graduate of the Computer Engineering Doctorate Program, Dr. Müge Özçevik won the 2021 IEEE Turkey Ph.D. Thesis Award with her thesis titled "Traffic and Mobility Aware Delay Modeling for Software-Defined Networks (SDN)".
Dr. Müge Özçevik's thesis was previously deemed worthy of the Best Thesis Award of 2019 that was given within the scope of the ITU Best Graduate Thesis Awards Directive.
We congratulate our graduate Dr. Müge Özçevik and her thesis advisor Prof. Dr. Berk Canberk and wish them continued success.
Assist. Prof. Dr. Müge Özçevik
Dr. Instructor Member Müge Özçevik received her undergraduate, graduate and doctorate degrees from the Computer Engineering Department of Istanbul Technical University in 2013, 2015 and 2019, respectively. She completed her undergraduate degree with the second rank of honor in the faculty and her doctorate with 17 international journal and conference papers. With this work; she was deemed worthy of IEEE Turkey Best Doctoral Thesis and ITU Best Doctoral Thesis Awards. She is currently a faculty member at Manisa Celal Bayar University, Department of Software Engineering. She serves as reviewer in international journals such as IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology (TVT), IEEE Transactions in Wireless Communications (TWC), The International Journal of Communication Systems (IJCS), The International Journal of Computer and Telecommunications Networking (COMNET), IEEE Transaction on Communications, Ad Hoc networks, IEEE Communication Letters and IEEE Computer Communications (COMCOM). With her work, she received the best paper award at the IEEE CAMAD conference in 2016 and the best poster award at the IEEE INFOCOM conference in 2015. She has served as program co-chairman, promotion co-chairman and technical committee member at various IEEE conferences. Her areas of study include software-defined networks, 5th generation networks, ultra-dense networks, content delivery networks, and heterogeneous networks.