I am currently a Research Associate at the Department of Computer Science and Technologies (Computer Laboratory), University of Cambridge, working in Graphics and Displays Group with Dr Rafal Mantiuk. My current research focus is novel 3D light-field acquisition and display.
Before joining Computer Labs, I was a Research Associate with the Engineering Department, Electrical Engineering Division in University of Cambridge. I co-authored, initiated, and worked in a collaborative research between University of Cambridge and Jaguar Land Rover on Immsersive 3D Augmented Reality Head-up Displays. I also carried independent research work on glasses-free 360-degree 3D light-field cameras and displays.
I received my BSc and PhD degrees in Electrical and Electronics Engineering from Bilkent University, Ankara, Turkey, in 2006 and 2012, respectively. My PhD was supervised by Prof Levent Onural.
You can download my thesis from here: Three-dimensional integral imaging based capture and display system using digital programmable Fresnel lenslet arrays.
My research interests include digital image and optical signal processing, True-3D vision, digital holography, 3D light-field/integral imaging, free-form and 3D printed optics. My application areas include augmented/mixed/enhanced reality, human-machine interfaces/interactions, head-up displays, near-eye displays, glasses-free 360-degree 3D displays.
I have been elected as the OSA Display Technology Technical Group Chair (2019-2022).
I am a Senior Member of IEEE.
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