Latest News: 7 interesting PhD positions
available within an international consortium. PhD students will be located
abroad and collaborate with Turkish software companies. The main topics
relate to software architecture design, software product line engineering,
system-of-systems design, software verification and validation, and
model-driven software development.
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Bedir Tekinerdogan received his MSc degree in Computer
Science in 1994, and a PhD degree in Computer Science in 2000, both from the
University of Twente, The Netherlands. From September 2003 until
September 2008 he served as an assistant professor at University of Twente.
Currently he is a faculty member at Bilkent University in
Turkey. He received the rank of Associate Professor from the Turkish
Inter-University Council (UAK) in June 2010.
He has around 20 years of professional experience in software
engineering research and education. His key research topic is
software architecture design, and related to this software product line
engineering, model-driven software development, enterprise architecture,
aspect-oriented software development, and global software development.
He has been active in many different national and international research and
consultancy projects with various software engineering companies such as
Philips (The Netherlands), NXP (The Netherlands), Embedded Systems Institute
(The Netherlands), Thales BV (The Netherlands), Siemens Nixdorf (The
Netherlands), Havelsan (Turkey), Aselsan (Turkey), Meteksan Defence
(Turkey), Cybersoft (Turkey, TAI (Turkey), STM (Turkey), SSM (Turkey),
Arcelik (Turkey), Vestel (Turkey) and many small to medium enterprises.
He is the author of more than 170 scientific
publications on different topics in software engineering, holding
h-index of 20 (Google Scholar, third highest in the department).
From 1994 on, he has developed and taught courses on
different topics in software engineering including software architecture
design, aspect-oriented software development, model-driven software
development, software product line engineering, software verification and
validation, object-oriented programming,
object-oriented analysis and design, and object-oriented design patterns. In
Turkey, he has pioneered the introduction of various academic software
engineering courses such as software architecture design (2002),
aspect-oriented software development (2002), model-driven software
development (2008) and software product line engineering (2008). He has
given dozens of courses to software companies.
He is the founder and leader of the Bilkent Software
Engineering Group (Bilsen) which aims to foster research and education on
software engineering in Turkey.
Summary of achievements
Around 170 publications with h-index 20
Researcher in more than 25 projects
Graduated more than 30 MSc students
Supervised/Graduated more than 10 PhD
Reviewed more than 70 national and
international projects with the budget ranging from 200k to
Reviewer for around 20 journals
Organized more than 50
conferences/workshops on important software engineering
Fulfilled (almost?) all roles in
scientific conferences (PC Chair, PC member, Tutorial
Chair, Demo chair, Steering Com. Chair, etc)
More than 80 presentations at
Dozens of invited talks for
Developed and taught more than 15
different academic software engineering courses
Developed and taught software
engineering courses to more than 50 companies in The
Netherlands, Germany and Turkey.
Can communicate in five languages
(English, Dutch, Turkish, French, German)
Sincere, idealist, world citizenů