Oguz Bayat received the B.S. degree from Istanbul Technical University, Istanbul, Turkey, in 2000, and M.S degree from University of Hartford, CT, USA, in 2002, and Ph.D. degree from Northeastern University, Boston, MA, USA, in 2006, all in electrical engineering. Also he received executive management degree from MIT, MA, USA in 2009.
Before attending the Communication and Digital Signal Processing Research Center at Northeastern University in 2002, He served as an adjunct faculty in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at University of Hartford. He has worked as a technical leader/manager on Nortel project at Airvana Inc, Boston, MA, USA, and he has been involved in the research and development of radio node and radio node controller software products since 2005. Since 2011, He has been serving as Professor in the Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering of Altinbas University, Also, he is advisor to the president and director of graduate studies institute at Altinbas University. His current research interests are in the area of wireless communication, wireless networks, software defined network, data science.
Altınbaş Üniversitesi Advisor to the President
Oct 2015 – Present Employment Duration : 3 years 6 months
Director of graduate school of science and engineering
2011 – Present
Duration : 8 years
Established Electrical and Computer Enginering (ECE) PhD program
Established ECE and Information Technology (IT) Master Programs
2013 – 2014
Duration : 1 year
Associate Professor in Electrical and Electronics Engineering Department
Assistant Professor in Electrical and Electronics Engineering Department 2011-2013
Bayt Technology Founder
2008 – 2013
Duration : 5 years
Istanbul, Boston Locations
Found Bayt Tech. in 2008 and opened a branch in İstanbul in 2010.
Found Sossa Inc. in 2008 and sold in 2011.
Airvana Technical Leader/Manager, Nortel/Ericsson Unit
Jan 2005 – Dec 2010
Duration : 6 years
Greater Boston Area, MA
Technical Lead/Manager of RF/LAV engineering teams
R&D on CDMA and WCDMA base stations products
R&D on Macrocell and smalcell technologies
ECE Depart. Assistant Professor
Feb 2008 – Aug 2009
Duration : 1 year 7 months
Dept. of Electronics and Communications Engineering
ECE Depart. Research Assistant
2002 – 2004
Duration : 2 years
Electrical and Computer Engineering Dept.
University of Hartford Adjunct Faculty
2001 – 2002
Duration : 1 year
College of Engineering, West Hartford, CT
To create new knowledge in the fields of electrics-electronics and computer science, to achieve excellence in scientific research, to produce solutions to the problems encountered in industry and to serve humanity by contributing to the advancement of science and technology
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Signals and Systems
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- Patents on wireless communication models, Macrocell and Femtocell applications.
- Founder of 3G, 4G and 5G Smallcell devices and its Applications
- Established a live radio access network and developed/Lead RF engineering group at Airvana
USA. Installed and configured BTSs cell sites with RNCs to establish a research over the air
live network setup