Optofluidics and Nano-Optics Research Laboratory, Alper Kiraz
We are a research group working on the fabrication, characterization, and understanding of advanced optofluidic and micro/nano photonic devices to develop novel applications in biochemical sensing, energy photonics, and biomedical instrumentation. Please click here for a detailed description of our research activities.
Advanced Signal Processing and Communications Group, Alper Erdoğan
Koç University Laser Research Laboratory, Alphan Sennaroğlu
Next Generation and Wireless Communication Laboratory, Özgür Barış Akan
• We perform cutting-edge research on next-generation communications, with focus on, Fundamentals of nanoscale and quantum communications, LTE-advanced and 5G, Cognitive communication techniques for sensor networks, Cyber-physical systems and Internet of things, Foundations of distributed social sensing, Beyond line-of-sight communications, Underwater acoustic and magneto-inductive communications, Intrabody communications, Green communications
Innovative DEvices and interfAces LABoratory (IDEALAB), Sedat Nizamoğlu
Our research aim is to propose, develop, and demonstrate novel and useful biophotonic, nanophotonic and optoelectronic devices and interfaces for the applications to energy, medicine, and environment. To meet this objective we explore, engineer and exploit interesting characteristics and phenomena of nanomaterials and biomaterials, and use them in novel device and interface architectures. Our research integrates fundamental scientific knowledge with forward-looking engineering approaches, and it spans conception, modeling, material preparation, device fabrication, characterization, and their system-level applications.
Wireless Networks Laboratory, Sinem Çöleri
The mission of WNL is to design innovative wireless communication systems by combining theoretical analysis with experimentation and simulation.
Communications Research and Innovation Laboratory (CoreLab)
Assoc. Prof. Ertuğrul Başar
CoreLab is conducting highly-active theoretical as well as experimental research towards the physical layer design of next-generation wireless communication systems and has collaboration ties with many international and national institutions.