ECISLab

Entertainment Computing and Interactive Systems Laboratory – ECISLab
METU Entertainment Computing and Interactive Systems Laboratory (ECISLab) was founded in 2016 at METU II. ECISLab focuses on research in the following areas:
. Serious games
. Procedural content generation
. Multi-agent and multi-strategy learning
. Augmented and mixed reality
. Computational intelligence techniques for games
. Evolutionary games
. Human movement analysis
. Machine learning
. Reinforcement learning
. Computer vision
. Character development and narrative in games
Principal Investigator
Asst. Prof. Elif Surer
Current Projects
Local Coordinator – European Network Of CBRN TraIning CEnters (eNOTICE)
Researcher – NEOGENE: Archaeogenomic analysis of genetic and cultural interactions in Neolithic Anatolian societies
Principal Investigator – Joint BAP Project with Assoc. Prof. İpek Gürsel Dino
Researcher – Joint BAP Project with Assoc. Prof. İpek Gürsel Dino (PI: Assoc. Prof. İpek Gürsel Dino)
Researcher – Department of Psychology’s TUBITAK 1003 project
Past Projects
Joint BAP-1 Project in collaboration with Virtual Reality and Computer Vision Group
Joint BAP-1 Project in collaboration with METU CENG
TÜBİTAK 2232 Reintegration Research Fellowship Program
External Collaborations

University of Milan
University of Sassari
University of Rome Tor Vergata
University of Turin
Colorado School of Mines
eNOTICE Consortium