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About Me

I’m currently working as a Data Officer in a complex international manufacturing environment. My primary objective is to enable and contribute to data-driven ways of business value creation by utilizing state-of-the-art industrial IoT systems, analytics, visualization, data management, and cloud computing.

I’m equally comfortable at communicating at the CxO level, as well as at the technical level with software engineers and data scientists.

As an information technology professional, data architect, project lead, and team lead with two decades of experience, I worked in various domains & international projects, ranging from ERP systems, to e-learning, computer assisted language teaching, space industry, medical informatics, original big object storage technology development, telecom systems, and media industry.

With respect to technology, my recent work utilized Amazon Web Services & Microsoft Azure, distributed NoSQL solutions such as Cassandra, petabyte-scale S3-compatible object storage systems such as  HGST Active Archive, Big Data technologies such as Hadoop, and Natural Language Processing & Semantic Web data pipelines in Spark.

My formal background is in mathematics, engineering, and cognitive science.

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I also blog at Father in a Strange Land about my fatherhood experience.

Some Selected Publications

  • Klaï, S., Sevinç, E., Jacobs, C., Fontaine, B., Muller, C., Moreau, D., “CUBIST: Implementation and Evaluation of a Semantic Business Intelligence System for Payload Operations“, 13th International Conference on Space Operations (SpaceOps 2014), Pasadena, California, USA, 5-9 May 2014
  • Klaï, S., Sevinç, E., Fontaine, B., Jacobs, C., Muller, C., “CUBIST: Semantic Business Intelligence Supporting Payload Operations“, The 12th International Conference on Space Operations (SpaceOps 2012), Stockholm, Sweden, 2012
  • Güçlü, B., Sevinç, E., Canbeyli, R., “Duration Discrimination by Musicians and Nonmusicians“, Psychological Reports: Volume 108, Issue 3, pp. 675-687, 2011
  • Colpaert, J., Sevinç, E., “Design and Development of a Data-Driven Framework for Research-Based Production of Online Language Courseware Applications”, EUROCALL 2010, Bordeaux, France, 2010.
  • Sevinç, E., Başar, R. E., Puhaloğlu, B., “Common Lisp for a Common Cultural Recommendation System, Creating a Cultural Recommendation & Exploration Engine Using Semantic Web”, Proceedings of the 2009 International Lisp Conference, Massachussetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, USA, p. 179-182, 2009
  • Meral, H.M., Sevinç, E., Sankur, B., Özsoy, S., Güngör, T., “Natural language watermarking via morphosyntactic alterations“, Computer Speech & Language, Vol. 23-1, p. 107-125, 2009
  • Meral, H.M., Sevinç, E., Ünkar, E., Sankur, B., Özsoy, S., Güngör, T., “Syntactic Tools for Text Watermarking”, Security, Steganography, and Watermarking of Multimedia Contents IX (EI120) San Jose, California, USA, 2007
  • Meral, H.M., Sevinç, E., Ünkar, E., Sankur, B., Özsoy, S., Güngör, T., “Natural Language Watermarking”, Signal Processing and Applications Symposium, Eskişehir, Turkey, 2007
  • Sevinç, E., Er, M., “Know-where: A Radical Approach to E-learning in 21st Century”, 2. International Open and Distance Learning (IODL) Symposium, Eskişehir, Turkey, 2006
  • Sevinç, E., Hindistan, K. Puhaloğlu, B., Tuna, A., Tunalıoğlu, V.S., “Computers for Kids: More Than a Simple Recycling Operation”, Towards Open Source Software Adoption OSS 2006 tOSSad Workshop Proceedings, Como, Italy, 2006
  • Bowers, R.I., Sevinç, E., “Preserving Variability in Sexual Multi-agent Systems with Diploidy and Dominance”, Engineering Societies in the Agents World VI, 6th International Workshop, ESAW
    2005, Kuşadası, Turkey, 2005
  • Sevinç, E., Gündüz, H.C., “eMBA: A Successful System in Internet Based Higher Education”, Technologies in Science and Education Conference, Baku, Azerbaijan, 2004

Awards

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