Dr Akin received his PhD degree in Biomedical Engineering from Drexel University in 1998. Holds a BS degree in Electronics and Telecommunications Engineering from Istanbul Technical University. He serves as the Dean of Faculty of Engineering at Acibadem University since 2015. His interests are in functional neuroimaging, fNIRS, mathematical physiology and biodesign.
Partial correlation-based functional connectivity analysis for functional near-infrared spectroscopy signals
Localization of an absorber in a turbid semi-infinite medium by spatially resolved continuous-wave diffuse reflectance measurements
Crosstalk and error analysis of fat layer on continuous wave near-infrared spectroscopy measurements
Two-distance partial pathlength method for accurate measurement of muscle oxidative metabolism using fNIRS
The effect of anisotropy constant on distribution of weight of diffuse-reflected photon packets on a hypothetical hemisphere-shaped detector