Since my BSc graduation in 2009, I worked as a research assistant at METU Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering. I taught courses of computer field, with subjects data structures (C++), operation systems, numerical methods, computational methods, computer architecture, and microprocessors.
After 2011, I worked in university-industry cooperation projects carried out with TOFAS. I developed two .NET software tools with C++ & C#. First was diaCAN, testing and diagnosing vehicles at service stations by analyzing CAN ve FlexRay messages; and the second one was AutoNET, scheduling in-vehicle electronic messages.
In 2012, I got the first rank in 1st Turkish Automotive Design Contest and won a scholarship for majoring in design abroad.