Cem Ersoy and Albert Ali Salah recieve BUVAK Award for Excellence in Research

International Evening at CMPE

CmpE team wins the Eating Condition Sub-Challenge Award at INTERSPEECH Computational Paralinguistics Challenge

İsmail Arı Computer Science and Engineering Summer School (In Turkish)

Cerberus competes for CMPE in RoboCup 2015 World Championship

Binnur Görer awarded Anita Borg scholarship

Ada Lovelace Day

2015 Senior Projects

About Us

Department Overview

The Computer Engineering Department (CmpE), with its 24 full-time faculty members, holds the largest research groups on Computer and Sensor Networks, Video and Image Processing, Robotics and Artificial Intelligence in Turkey. With approximately 200 graduate students, enrolled in 2-year Master of Science (with thesis) and PhD programs, CmpE has the largest graduate program in Turkey.  

The undergraduate program in computer engineering is designed so that students have a balanced background in computer hardware, software, and computer applications, and that they can adopt themselves to rapidly changing technology in their professional carrier.

The research labs and the research projects span a wide spectrum ranging from embedded system design and real time operating systems to parallel, distributed and ubiquitous computing and multi-agent systems, including various aspects such as multimedia communications, security, and human computer interaction.


Friday, November 20th

  1. CmpE Seminar: Çağrı Kayalar
    • Calendar: cmpe.events@gmail.com
    • Start time: 02:00pm
    • Title : Virtual Reality & Metrics
      Speaker : Çağrı Kayalar,
      Software Engineering MS Program
      Department of Computer Engineering, Boğaziçi University

      Abstract : In this presentation virtual reality, its technologies, metrics and previous studies will be discussed. The research activities so far in this area can be grouped under three major themes: training, therapy and data visualization. At the end of the presentation, we will explain what we are planning to do and have a discussion about it.
      All those interested are cordially invited.

    • View this event in Google Calendar


  1. Course withdrawal period

Monday, December 7th

  1. Course evaluations period

Monday, December 14th

  1. Applications to graduate programs for 2016 Spring term