See the CfP for the Packet Video Workshop 2018 (link)
Turkish MPEGers Web site is up and running (link)
Our special session proposal (Video Coding at Scale) has been accepted at IEEE ICIP 2018 (link)
I was re-elected distinguished lecturer by the IEEE Communications Society for another two-year term in 2018 (link)
See the CfP for the networking standards series in the new IEEE Communications Standards magazine (link)
After finishing my undergraduate degree in electrical engineering from Bilkent University in 2001, I went to Georgia Tech to get my PhD in electrical and computer engineering. Since then, I have been working on problems associated with multimedia applications that generate many (often high-bandwidth and time-critical) flows of information with complex inter-flow semantic relationships. After graduating in 2006, I started at Cisco's Video and Content Platforms Research and Advanced Development Group. I architected, designed and developed algorithms, protocols, products and solutions in the service provider and enterprise video domains. Papers, talks and presentations from my Cisco projects are available here.
I left Cisco in late 2015, and started my own company - Networked Media, where I offer consulting services to industrial, legal and academic institutions in the IP video space. In June 2016, I also started as an assistant professor at Özyeğin University Computer Science Department, where I am teaching networking and multimedia courses to grads and undergrads. I also spend a considerable amount of time on services in the academic world.
Last Update: February 09, 2018