Utku Buyuksahin received the B.S. degree in mechanical engineering from Yildiz Technical University, Istanbul, Turkey in 2004 and another B.S. degree in business administration from Anatolian University, Eskisehir, Turkey in 2007 and Ph.D. Degree in mechanical engineering from Yildiz Technical University, Istanbul, Turkey in 2010.
He held the faculty member position in Mechatronics Engineering Department of Yildiz Technical University, Istanbul, Turkey as Assistant professor and Associate Professor between the years 2010 and 2015. He is now the founder & CEO of HTMSS LTD and the president, CTO and majority shareholder of SENSOBRIGHT INDUSTRIES LLC.
His main interest areas are; robotics, sensors, image processing and motion control.
He has received many awards and testimonials including National 2nd place award of both in a scientific project contest and a music composing contest (with his band) in the years 2014 and 2000 respectively.
He has published over 20 technical papers and a book named “Laboratory Experiments for Mechanical Engineering” (496 pages). He is a registered publisher and has his own ISBN leading number. He was a member of organisation committee of 3 international and 1 national conferences.
He holds over ten patented* and patent pending inventions. (* including US, Japan and Canada Patents)
He has finished over 70 projects (all mechanical designs, manufacturing, electronic designs and applications, software developments) including, 3 axes CNC Milling Machine, 6 DOF Stewart Platform for 10D Cinemas, Vehicle simulators, 11 DOF Hepa Filter Test Robot etc.
Between the years 2002 and 2009 he did too many 3D (3 dimension) modelling and animations with 3Ds Max software. Besides the advertising agencies, some of the clients were Turkey’s leading architects, big construction companies and military supplier companies.
He gave over 200 concerts as the lead guitarist of his band and has over 100 compositions (with all the instruments are played and mixed by him) some of which are used in advertorials for radios and televisions.