MIT

I am a PhD candidate in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). I work with Prof. Stefanie Mueller as part of the Computer Science & Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL). I am a 2021 Adobe Research Fellow and a 2020 Siebel Scholar.

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email: doga [at] {mit.edu, csail.mit.edu, acm.org, ieee.org}

My research is about developing novel physical tagging mechanisms to embed unobtrusive fingerprints and metadata in everyday objects/materials for seamless, ubiquitous identification. I use computer vision, machine learning, and digital fabrication to achieve my human-computer interaction (HCI) vision.

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Apply for the MIT EECS Graduate Application Assistance Program, which provides assistance to students applying for PhD from underrepresented groups. The deadline was December 15, 2020.