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Biography Dr. Berk Canberk is a Professor in the School of Computing, Engineering and The Built Environment. He received his PhD in Computer Science from Istanbul Technical University (ITU) Turkey in 2011, his MSc in Telecommunications Engineering from the Chalmers University of Technology Sweden in 2005, and his BSc in Electrical Engineering from ITU in 2003. He has been a Post-Doctoral researcher at Georgia Institute of Technology USA between 2011-2013. He’s been an Adjunct Professor within the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Northeastern University USA since 2017, and Professor within the Department of Artificial Intelligence and Data Engineering at Istanbul Technical University since 2021. His research areas are AI-enabled Digital Twins, IoT Communication, and Smart Wireless Networks. In his research group named Broadband Communication and Network Automation Research Group (BCRG) in ITU, he leads the research activities in these highly interdisciplinary fields, supervising 8 PhD and 4 MSc students. So far, he has supervised 15 MSc students; and 4 PhD students who are now all tenure-track professors. He has published 52 journal papers (35 in Q1 quartile, 6 in Q2 quartile, and 11 are Q3+Q4 quartiles), 51 conference papers, 2 books, 4 book chapters, and 2 approved US patents. He is an IEEE Senior Member, and he acts as an Associate Editor for IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology (Q1), Elsevier Computer Networks Journal (Q1), and Elsevier Communication Networks Journal (Q1). He’s actively involved in several prestigious conferences as TPC chair and member, including IEEE INFOCOM, IEEE ICC, and IEEE GLOBECOM, and in organizing committees of many other conferences.
Research Interests AI-enabled Digital Twins, IoT Communication, Smart Wireless Networks