Dr Suha Tuna

Assistant Professor of Computational Science & Engineering
Istanbul Technical University
Informatics Institute
Department of Computational Science & Engineering

ITU Ayazaga Campus, Informatics Institute, Floor: 2, Room: 206
Maslak - Istanbul

Research interests: Scientific computing, high dimensional modelling, machine learning, hyperspectral imagery, bioinformatics

Curriculum Vitae

Contact: suhatuna@itu.edu.tr

Stirling, Scotland, UK (2019)



Research Groups

Professional Activities

Selected Publications

[7] Tuna, S., Korkmaz Özay, E., Tunga, B., Gürvit, E., Tunga, M. A. (2022). An Efficient Feature Extraction Approach for Hyperspectral Images Using Wavelet High Dimensional Model Representation. International Journal of Remote Sensing , 43(19-24), DOI:10.1080/01431161.2022.2147036

[6] Heydarov, S., Aydin, M., Faydaci, C., Tuna, S., Ozturk, S. (2022). Low-cost VIS/NIR range hand-held and portable photospectrometer and evaluation of machine learning algorithms for classification performance. Engineering Science and Technology, an International Journal, DOI:10.1016/j.jestch.2022.101302

[5] Tuna, S., Töreyin, B. U., Demiralp, M., Ren, J., Zhao, H., & Marshall, S. (2020). Iterative enhanced multivariance products representation for effective compression of hyperspectral images. IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, 59(11), DOI:10.1109/TGRS.2020.3031016

[4] Tuna, S., & Demiralp, M. (2017). Zero interval limit perturbation expansion for the spectral entities of Hilbert-Schmidt operators combined with most dominant spectral component extraction: convergence and confirmative implementations. Journal of Mathematical Chemistry, 55(6), DOI:10.1007/s10910-017-0740-1

[3] Demiralp, M., & Tuna, S. (2017). Zero interval limit perturbation expansion for the spectral entities of Hilbert–Schmidt operators combined with most dominant spectral component extraction: formulation and certain technicalities. Journal of Mathematical Chemistry, 55(6), DOI:10.1007/s10910-017-0739-7

[2] Tuna, S., & Demiralp, M. (2017). On Autonomy Imposition in Zero Interval Limit Perturbation Expansion for the Spectral Entities of Hilbert–Schmidt Integral Operators. MDPI Mathematics, 5(1), DOI:10.3390/math5010002

[1] Tuna, S., & Tunga, B. (2013). A novel piecewise multivariate function approximation method via universal matrix representation. Journal of Mathematical Chemistry, 51(7), DOI:10.1007/s10910-013-0179-y


Fall 2022-2023


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