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Open Positions

Looking for PhD students for a TUBITAK Project. Send inquiries to robotics.research@ozyegin.edu.tr

Robotics Laboratory at Ozyegin University receives grants on a continual basis to conduct research about robotics. These grants provide financial support for the lab, its researchers and their graduate students.

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All students in Turkey and abroad with robotics related backgrounds (mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, computer engineering, physics, etc.) are welcome to contact Robotics Lab faculty members based on their funded research projects, which are announced in detail here (PROJECTS) and send them their CV (with links to online version of papers, thesis, or capstone project reports, if any).

Applications are evaluated immediately and if you fit well to one of our many on-going projects, you will be asked to send us your (1) scores on some relevant tests such as GRE, TOEFL, ALES, ÜDS, etc. (2) Statement of Purpose, and (3) expected graduation date (if applicable).

Official applications for OzU Graduate programs are accepted at the Graduate School of Engineering Website.

For questions about applying to a position at the Robotics Lab, you may contact Assist. Prof. Özkan Bebek, Ozyegin University, Mechanical Engineering Department, ozkan.bebek {[at]} ozyegin.edu.tr

Our doors are open to all undergraduate students who are interested in robotics or would like to merge their work with robotics, as long as they become an engaged member, which is very likely to (1) advance their research skills (2) increase their ability to work productively and collaboratively with other students and faculty members, and (3) widen their academic and industrial network.

Interested students are welcome to contact Robotics Lab faculty members, whose info is listed here (MEMBERS).

High school students who are interested in robotics are encouraged to apply for a summer internship in our lab, which is very likely to (1) increase their mechanical, electrical, or computer engineering skills (depending on the job they choose to do), (2) increase their awareness about university life, (3) help them learn how to work productively and collaboratively in university environment, and (3) widen their academic and industrial network.

Interested students are welcome to contact Robotics Lab faculty members, whose info is listed here (MEMBERS).