Assistant Professor, Electrical Engineering
227A Cushing Hall of Engineering
Areas of Interest
Prof. Ozkan-Aydin’s research lies at the intersection of robotics, biology, and computer science.
She focuses on understanding the factors (body morphology, physical interactions, etc.) that play a key role in animals’ locomotion and developing predictable, precise, and robust robotic systems that can move across unpredictable, complex terrains as skillfully as biological organisms.
In particular, she is interested in soft robotics, bio-inspired design, and swarm robotics.
Postdoctoral Fellow, Georgia Tech, 2016-2021
Ph.D., Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Middle East Technical University, Turkey, 2014
B.S., Electrical Engineering, Yildiz Technical University, Turkey, 2005