Dr. Özdemir Cetin
AvH Philipp Schwartz Fellow
Office: S3/19 1.4
work +49 6151 16-57 194
At first, Özdemir Cetin joined the Bioinspired Communication Systems Lab as a guest professor in February 2018. Then he received HessenFonds and AvH Philipp Schwartz fellowships in 2018 and 2020, respectively. Although his Ph.D. is in data embedding into digital video streaming, such as steganography, he is currently working on histopathological image analysis using machine learning methods.
His research topics are not limited around medical image analysis but also included image processing, steganography, watermarking, and data security according to his background.
Students are welcomed to bring ideas as a project study. However, student projects are available in a broad range of fields, which can be found here.
* Cetin O, Seymen V, Sakoglu U. Multiple sclerosis lesion detection in multimodal MRI using simple clustering-based segmentation and classification. Informatics in Medicine Unlocked. 2020 Aug 5:100409.
* Kuşcu Ö, Çetiner H, Çetin Ö. Development of a web interface for performing morphological operations on CUDA platform. Computer Applications in Engineering Education. 2016 Sep;24(5):787-98.
* Cetin GD, Cetin O, Bayilmis C. A real-time life-care monitoring framework: WarnRed hardware and software design. Turkish Journal of Electrical Engineering & Computer Sciences. 2015 May 26;23(4):1040-50.
* Coskun I, Akar F, Cetin Ö. A new digital image steganography algorithm based on visible wavelength. Turkish Journal of Electrical Engineering & Computer Sciences. 2013 Apr 17;21(2):548-64.
* Cetin O, Akar F, Ozcerit AT, Cakiroglu M, Bayilmis C. A blind steganography method based on histograms on video files. The Imaging Science Journal. 2012 Apr 1;60(2):75-82.
* Cetin Ö. An analysis tool to calculate permeability based on the Patlak method. Journal of medical systems. 2012 Jun 1;36(3):1317-26.
* Cetin O, Ozcerit AT. A new steganography algorithm based on color histograms for data embedding into raw video streams. Computers & Security. 2009 Oct 1;28(7):670-82.
* Liu W, Sood R, Chen Q, Sakoglu U, Hendren J, Çetin Ö, Miyake M, Liu KJ. Normobaric hyperoxia inhibits NADPH oxidase‐mediated matrix metalloproteinase‐9 induction in cerebral microvessels in experimental stroke. Journal of neurochemistry. 2008 Dec;107(5):1196-205.