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I am a Computer Science PhD student (supervised by Dr. Per Kristian Lehre), a member of the
Automated Scheduling, Optimisation & Planning (ASAP) research group.
I did my undergrauate and master studies in the Industrial Engineering Department of Koc University (Istanbul, Turkey).
I was awarded the
International Vice-Chancellor's Scholarship for Research Excellence
and I started my PhD course at the University of Nottingham.
My research interests are :
- Runtime analysis of evolutionary algorithms
- Parameterised complexity analysis
- Multi-objective evolutionary algorithms
- Population based evolutionary algorithms
- Genetic algorithms
- Dogan Corus, Duc-Cuong Dang, Anton V. Eremeev and Per Kristian Lehre, Level-based Analysis of Genetic Algorithms and other Search Processes, to appear in Proceedings of 13th International Conference on Parallel Problem Solving from Nature (PPSN 2014), Ljubljana, Slovenia. Nominated for best paper award. (pdf).
- Dogan Corus, Per Kristian Lehre, and Frank Neumann, The Generalized Minimum Spanning Tree Problem: A Parameterized Complexity Analysis of Bi-level Optimisation, To appear in Proceedings of the Genetic and Evolutionary Computation Conference (GECCO 2013), July 06-10, 2013, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Best paper award.(pdf).