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Welcome to ISASTECH 2023

The 3rd International Symposium on Automotive Science and Technology organised by Turkish Society of Automotive Engineers (Otomotiv Mühendisleri Derneği) and Gazi University. International Symposium on Automotive Science and Technology will be held in Gazi University, Faculty of Technology, Ankara, TURKIYE. The symposium date will be announced as soon as possible. ISASTECH 2023 facilitates close collaboration and intellectual exchange with academia, leading R & D institutions, government agencies and many experts from industry. It will create an environment for researchers, scientists, engineers, technologists and practitioners to discuss developments, challenges, opportunities and future trends in the automotive sector. The research article will be published in peer reviewed journals and conference proceedings with DOI.

Invited Speakers

Evren Arın

Evren Arın received his BSc degree in Electronics and Communications Engineering from İstanbul Technical University and his Master of Science degree from Boğaziçi University. He started his career in Film-Television industry working as a manager, designer and lecturer in the CGI field. From 2000-2006 Evren Arin worked at Siemens as an engineer and technical sales manager. He then joined Adobe where he held various sales and management roles for six years. In 2013 he joined Autodesk, where he is currently working as the Country Manager for Turkey & Israel.

Ahmet Kilic

Ahmet Kilic is associate Prof at the Division for Mechatronics Engineering of Nisantasi University. He studied at the Otto von Guericke University in Magdeburg and received his Dipl. Ing. degree in 1997, and his PhD degree in 2003. During his professional carrier, he was responsible as a team leader for the development of HEVs at Siemens VDO Automotive AG and for the high voltage safety at Mercedes Benz Tech. Senior product manager for plug and charge at the powertrain solutions, charging services at the Robert Bosch GmbH in Stuttgart. His main research interests include fail operational powertrains, charging system, powernets, functional safety for automated driving, and E/E Architecture.