I graduated from Kocaeli University with Honors as an Electrical Engineer (JUNE 2014). Started Master of Electrical Engineering in 2015.
Currently, I am working as a SCADA Project Team Lead in an electricity distribution company. The project has oriented in energy management, outage management, and distribution management. I work future integrations for the SCADA and drive 6 engineers/technicians in the office.
I did my first internship at Siemens Turkey in 2012s’ summer (August-September), Transformers Quality & Controlling Department, Energy Sector.
I worked in R&D, Siemens AG Germany for 3 months in 2013 and designed electrical models of Sinamics Drives. Project has been successfully done.
I was one of the Siemens-Student partners, joined Junior Club and have funded by Siemens Turkey since 2011. I was in a Mentor-Mentee Program in 2014(one year), the program that designed by Siemens.
I started Trakya Electricity Distribution Company as SCADA Project Engineer in 2014. I have promoted as SCADA Project Team Lead in April 2016.
I am also a global Young Professional member on IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) and I was a Board Member of Kocaeli University IEEE Student Branch in 2011/2012. I was the IEEE 2016 Ambassador of Turkey.
Interested by Industry and Energy Sectors: Automation systems, drive technology, RTU, smart grid systems, transformers, SCADA, management, sales & marketing
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