Huseyin Ergin
Huseyin Ergin
Assistant Professor of Computer Science
Curriculum Vitae

Phone:765-285-8576

Room:RB 374


Huseyin Ergin is an Assistant Professor in the Computer Science Department at Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana. His research interests include computer science education, software engineering, and model-driven engineering. He earned his Ph.D. and M.Sc. degrees from the University of Alabama, as well as an additional M.Sc. from Sabanci University in Turkey, and a B.Sc. from Yeditepe University in Turkey, all in computer science or engineering. With extensive industry experience, Huseyin Ergin has worked as a software developer in R&D departments, IT departments, startups, and manufacturing companies, giving him a comprehensive understanding of software development practices in various settings. He has also participated in programming, science, robotics, idea, startup, and entrepreneurship competitions/events. Currently, he is actively collaborating with industry partners to research software engineering techniques and practices. Huseyin Ergin has secured over $150,000 in grant money for software engineering research from industry partners. In addition to his research work, he teaches software engineering classes and supervises software projects for local community partners, including startups, non-profit organizations, university branches, and local companies. He also founded the Capstone Connector, a program under the Innovation Connector of Muncie, which connects industry partners with student Capstone teams.

Education

  • Ph.D., Computer Science, University of Alabama, 2017
  • M.Sc., Computer Science, University of Alabama, 2013

Interests

  • Software Engineering
  • Systems Modelling
  • Model Transformations

Sampling of Recent Scholarship

Refereed Publications

Ergin, Syrianai, & Gray, Design pattern oriented development of model transformations, Computer Languages, Systems & Structures, Volume 46, November 2016, Pages 106-139

External Grants

Ergin, H., "Integrating Modeling to Increase Abstraction in the Code," Sponsored by Security and Software Engineering Research Center (S2ERC), $49,828.00. (May 7, 2018 - May 6, 2019).

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