Prof. Dr. Musa Hakan Asyalı
Vice Rector, Dean of Faculty of Engineering:
Tel: +90 242 245 00 50
Fax: +90 242 245 00 45
Email: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
Greetings! I am a Professor of
Biomedical Engineering at Antalya International University (AIU), in Antalya, Turkey.
- My research interests are mathematical
modeling of physiological systems, biomedical signal and image processing,
and application of optimization theory to biomedical problems. Recently I
started to work on the analysis of micro-array data.
- Previously, I worked
- as a Professor of Computer Engineering
at Yasar University in Izmir, Turkey (2005-2008)
- as a researcher at King Faisal
Specialist Hospital and Research Center in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
- as an Associate Professor of Electrical
and Electronics Engineering Dept. at Ege University in Izmir, Turkey.
- During my Ph.D. studies, I worked on the
modeling of the interaction between sleep state and respiratory control in
obstructive sleep apnea under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Michael C.K. Khoo
at the Biomedical Engineering Dept. of University of Southern California in
Los Angeles, USA.
- I got my Bachelor degree in Electrical and
Electronics Engineering from Bilkent University in Ankara, Turkey.
- I am proud to be graduate of Ankara Fen
Lisesi (Ankara High School of Sciences) and Yildirim Beyazit Secondary
School in Ankara, Turkey.
- Last (due to chronological ordering) but not
least, I honor the memory of my great primary school teacher Kadir Yasar at
Telsizler Primary School in Ankara, Turkey.
>> My Links
of Southern California
>> Favorite Quotes
The reasonable man adapts himself to the world; the unreasonable
one persists in trying to adapt the world to himself. Therefore all
progress depends upon the unreasonable man.-
George Bernard Shaw
It's not your aptitude but your
attitude that determines your altitude in life.
Life is like riding a bicycle. To
keep your balance you must keep moving.
People can be divided into three
classes, the few who make things happen, the many who watch things happen, and
the overwhelming majority who have no idea what has happened.