Kemal BICAKCIAssociate Professor
Computer Engineering Department
TOBB University of Economics and Technology
Curriculum vitae. My CV is here.
Research interests. Information security (usable security, knowledge-based authentication, graphical passwords), Applied cryptography (digital signatures), Wireless networks, Sensor networks(optimization, linear programming), Usability, Human-computer interaction.
Projects. I am currently involved in STORK2.0 project. Previously, I directed two research projects on usable security funded by TUBITAK.
Publications. See my publication list.
Teaching. I am teaching BIL 461 (Operating Systems) and BIL 553 (Internet and Data Security) in Fall 2014.
Students. I currently work with Hakan Ezgi Kiziloz, Tashtan Satiev, Onur Unlu, Huseyin Arslanoglu and Gokhan Bahce. The students I've graduated with a PhD are Yasin Uzun, Huseyin Cotuk, Yusuf Uzunay, and Davut Incebacak.
Software. Available: web page for "A Second Look at the Performance of Neural Networks for Keystroke Dynamics Using a Publicly Available Dataset", test implementation guide for Keystroke Dynamics; GPEX, a Firefox plug-in allowing using a graphical master password as your only password that needs to be memorized.
Postal Address: Department of Computer Engineering TOBB University of Economics and Technology, Sošutozu Cad. No: 43 Sogutozu Ankara 06560 TURKEY.
Office #: Z-69A, Email: bicakci(AT)etu.edu.tr, Phone: (90-312) 292-4262, Fax : (90-312) 292-4180.