Students of the Computer Engineering Department, in the Faculty of Engineering, at Cyprus International University (CIU), developed a prototype for the first time in Northern Cyprus to monitor and map water quality.
Within the scope of the project, water quality is measured by means of an artificial intelligence system designed by measuring water pollution through various sensors.
Asst. Prof. Dr. Çağın Kazımoğlu and Asst. Prof. Dr. Devrim Seral, from the Computer Engineering Department initialled the idea and are the management consultants of the project.
The projects designed by Kazımoğlu and Seral were at the semi-finals of the "University Students' Research Project" competition organized by Turkey's Scientific and Technological Research (TUBITAK)
The project, which was developed by Emre Tüfekçi, Ercan Havare and Koray Koygun, undergraduate students of CIU Computer Engineering and Information Systems Engineering Departments, prepared their projects in a short period of 6 months.