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EMU Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering Continues International Collaborations

EMU Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering Continues International Collaborations

Eastern Mediterranean University (EMU) Faculty of Engineering, Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering continues to add new dimensions to its education and research capacity by undertaking in worldwide collaborations. Forming a research collaboration with the University of Utah, one of the most prestigious universities in the USA; EMU Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering also completed the first phase of an educational collaboration with the State University of New York Fredonia. In this context, State University of New York Fredonia Department of Computer and Information Sciences Academician Dr. Genti Buzi came to TRNC in March 2017 and gave a presentation at EMU titled “Application of Control Engineering to Biological Models”. Lastly, State University of New York Fredonia Department of Computer and Information Sciences Chair Prof. Dr. Ziya Arnavut gave a course at EMU titled “Algorithms and Data Types”.

Opening itself up to the world, EMU Electrical and Electronic Engineering Department also formed a quality assurance system by receiving the prestigious ABET accreditation and increased the qualification of its graduates to the maximum level.

EMU Electrical and Electronic Engineering Department provides a great advantage for its graduates in terms of finding prestigious job opportunities. %87 of the EMU Electrical and Electronic Engineering Department graduates find a high earning job only one year after graduation. International collaborations provide an opportunity for EMU Electrical and Electronic Engineering Department students, to continue their education within the frame of student exchange programs. By virtue of former collaborations, lots of EMU graduates are currently working in universities such as Miami University.

Collaboration in Research

EMU Electrical and Electronic Engineering Department Chair Prof. Dr. Hasan Demirel stated that they have further plans centered on student exchange and academic collaboration. Underlining that they are planning to expand the collaboration with State University of New York Fredonia on research parallel to education, Prof. Dr. Demirel also mentioned that both universities are working on organizing a joint conference. The 16th International Conference on Clean Energy (ICCE 2018) is going to be held in May 2018 with the joint contributions of EMU Electrical and Electronic Engineering Department and State University of New York Fredonia. Prof. Dr. Demirel added that they are continuing to work on a formula that will enable masters and PhD students in EMU to have thesis advisors from both EMU and the State University of New York Fredonia.

“We Enjoyed Working in Collaboration With EMU”

EMU Electrical and Electronic Engineering Department is planning to further increase their worldwide collaborations. State University of New York Fredonia Department of Computer and Information Sciences Chair Prof. Dr. Ziya Arnavut, who tutored a class in EMU as a guest lecturer, stated that this is the first phase of the student and academician exchange program under the scope of the protocol signed between EMU and State University of New York Fredonia last year. Underlining that further collaborations are to take place between the two universities, Prof. Dr. Arnavut said that EMU academicians will start tutoring at the State University of New York Fredonia in a short period of time. Prof. Dr. Arnavut expressed his happiness to once again be in the Famagusta district as a Turkish Cypriot, stating that they are greatly enjoying the collaboration with EMU.

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