About the Department
The Atılım University Department of Computer Engineering was founded in 1998. The department curriculum is prepared in a way that meets the demands for knowledge and skills after graduation, and is subject to periodical reviews and updates in line with international standards. Our Department offers education in many fields of expertise, such as software development, hardware systems, data structures, computer networks, artificial intelligence, machine learning, image processing, natural language processing, object based design, information security, and cloud computing. The education offered by our department is based on practical approaches, with modern laboratories, projects and internship programs.
The undergraduate program at our department was accredited in 2014 by the Association of Evaluation and Accreditation of Engineering Programs (MÜDEK) and was granted the label EUR-ACE, valid through Europe.
In addition to the undergraduate program, our department offers thesis or non-thesis graduate degree programs (MS).
The mission of the Department of Computer Engineering is to raise students as qualified computer engineers who are educated in an environment supported with advanced technology, capable of learning and searching independently, technologically well qualified and also sensitive to social issues.
The mission of the Department of Computer Engineering is to become an internationally recognized department having highly qualified and specialized academic staff and hence provide its students with an effective and dynamic research and education environment.
8.02.2024 Perşembe, Saat:11:00 da Kullanıcı Eğitimi düzenlenecektir.
In-service Training Workshops
The objective of this webinar is to provide theoretical knowledge on communication and how it affects interpersonal relational processes in complex systems. An overview of the main theoretical tools for differentiating functional from pathological dynamics will be provided.
Meeting with Alumni Event
14 March Medicine Day Event Program
9th AIR AND AVIONICS SYSTEMS SEMINAR