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European University of Lefke is an institution of higher learning, located in the Northern Cyprus Nicosia District town of Lefka, overlooking Morphou Bay. Founded in 1989 by Cyprus Science Foundation, the university opened in 1990 as a member of the Balkan Universities Network, and offers 5 faculties, 5 vocational programs, 28 undergraduate programs and 11 graduate programs, which are approved by Turkey's Council of Higher Education . The main goal of the EUL is to be a top quality university according to European and international standards. The “philosophy” of the EUL is “science and education are universal in our age,” thus the EUL provides a broad range of contemporary education and is committed to maintaining international standards of excellence with all degree programmes accredited and recognized by the higher education authorities around the world.The university campus is 45 minutes from the capital Nicosia, 60 minutes from Ercan Airport and the city of Kyrenia and 80 minutes from the city of Famagusta.EUL is an international university with a population of students from 35 different countries and has distinguished and experienced academic staff from around the world. EUL offers 7 Associate, 33 Undergraduate and 12 Postgraduate programmes.The primary mission of the EUL is to have a young generation equipped to become competent, self-confident, contemporary, creative and independent individuals who are able to cope with all the challenges of the global world, thus contributing to the development of the region and international community.EUL has also signed agreements and memorandums of “understanding” with some of UK, USA, European, Asian, and Turkish universities. Besides international partnership with other universities, the University has also become a member of the various worldwide prestigious associations in the higher education sector.What does EUL offer?Modern Campus with all facilities ,Fully equipped comfortable dormitories within the university,World class education in English with the most economical tuition feesAcademic Achievement ScholarshipsDean of Students, who assists students in anything and everythingUnique Mediterranean climate, calm and safe campus, attractive history and environment, student clubs and multicultural social activities,English Preparatory School on Campus and Academic English Courses in UK,Academic staff and student exchange programs.EUL's facilities are extensive:Library that has an area of 2,500m², 240 sitting and 300,000 book capacities.The European University of Lefke gives paramount importance to the integration of appropriate information technologies and the establishment of research centres in all aspects of education. Currently EUL has 5 Research Centres.16 computerised laboratories, run by various faculties are also at students’ service.English Preparatory School, Writing Centre, Life Long Learning Centre and Student Coordination and Career Centre are all within the framework of Study Support at EUL.The Dean of Students’ Office plays an important role in maintaining and enriching a sense of community at the European University of Lefke.EUL sports complex is 4,800 m² and it accommodates: Fitness, Table Tennis, Squash, Step Aerobics, Miniature Football Fields, Tennis, Volleyball and Basketball.“EUL FUN CLUB”: there are various live and DJ performances that take place every weekend. Throughout the week, various music and dance groups of the EUL use the club for their rehearsals and practice.EUL TV StationEUL FM is a volunteer run university community radio station with close links to the Faculty of Communication science. There are about sixty students, lecturers and volunteers from the Lefke / Gemikonağı community who work at the radio.A doctor is available on campus for medical treatment and first aid. These services are provided for free of charge. Also, a fully equipped hospital is located within 10 minutes of the University. In case of emergency a student is transported to the hospital with the university’s own ambulance.TransportationPsychological Advising Office: provides students with support for emotional, social and academic issues using scientific methods.EUL Campus has two banks on campus and also a postal office.Cinema and Conference Halls.3 Fully equipped student dormitories, which include the Guest House.There are several canteens and cafeterias on campus.EUL Plaza: recreation areaThe academic levels and subject areas that are offered at this institution are many. For a detailed list of course titles and levels you should contact the institution directly using the contact details provided.Levels: Postgraduate Undergraduate: Foundation Further education & vocationalLanguage learningSubjectsAccountancy, finance & insuranceArchitecture, construction, building & surveyingBusiness, MBA & managementComputer science & ITEconomicsEducation & teachingEngineeringHumanitiesLanguagesSocial scienceTourism, leisure & hospitalityVisual & creative artsAdmission Requirements:Completed application formTwo passport sized photographsEvidence of English Language proficiencyHigh Secondary School Certificate or equivalent diplomaCertified copies of English translation of all qualificationsApplication Fee of $75 US DollarsPassport Copy or a copy of the Applicant's Birth CertificateFinancial StatementBank Account StatementAdditional requirements for Admission to Masters’ Degrees:Bachelor’s Degree certificate and transcripts Course Descriptions of Studies UndertakenCurriculum Vitae – CVAll the above may be sent via post or email, however upon arrival and registration all original documents are required.All forms may be downloaded from the following link:www.eul.edu.tr/contents/27 Wikipedia.


Redif S.,European University of Lefke | McWhirter J.G.,University of Cardiff | Weiss S.,University of Strathclyde
IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing | Year: 2011

The problem of paraunitary (PU) filter bank design for subband coding has received considerable attention in recent years, not least because of the energy preserving property of this class of filter banks. In this paper, we consider the design of signal-adapted, finite impulse response (FIR), PU filter banks using polynomial matrix EVD (PEVD) techniques. Modifications are proposed to an iterative, time-domain PEVD method, known as the sequential best rotation (SBR2) algorithm, which enables its effective application to the problem of FIR orthonormal filter bank design for efficient subband coding. By choosing an optimization scheme that maximizes the coding gain at each stage of the algorithm, it is shown that the resulting filter bank behaves more and more like the infinite-order principle component filter bank (PCFB). The proposed method is compared to state-of-the-art techniques, namely the iterative greedy algorithm (IGA), the approximate EVD (AEVD), standard SBR2 and a fast algorithm for FIR compaction filter design, called the window method (WM). We demonstrate that for the calculation of the subband coder, the WM approach offers a low-cost alternative at lower coding gains, while at moderate to high complexity, the proposed approach outperforms the benchmarkers. In terms of run-time complexity, AEVD performs well at low orders, while the proposed algorithm offers a better coding gain than the benchmarkers at moderate to high filter order for a number of simulation scenarios. © 2011 IEEE. Source


This paper presents an efficient algorithmic approach to the GPU-based parallel resolution of dense linear systems of extremely large size. A formal transformation of the code of Gauss method allows us to develop for matrix calculations the concept of stripe algorithm, as opposed to that of tile algorithm. Our stripe algorithm is based on the partitioning of the linear system's matrix into stripes of rows and is well suited for efficient implementation on a GPU, using cublasDgemm function of CUBLAS library as the main building block. It is also well adapted to storage of the linear system on an array of solid state devices, the PC memory being used as a cache between the SSDs and the GPU memory. We demonstrate experimentally that our code solves efficiently dense linear systems of size up to 400,000 (160 billion matrix elements) using an NIVDIA C2050 and six 240 GB SSDs. © 2013 Springer Science+Business Media New York. Source


Ademgil H.,European University of Lefke | Haxha S.,University of Kent
Optik | Year: 2011

A novel kind of large mode area photonic crystal fibers (PCFs) are proposed in this paper. In order to achieve large effective mode area, a novel technique is applied to seven missing air hole PCF structures. The modal characteristics of PCF structures such as effective mode area, confinement loss, chromatic dispersion properties with doped cores, are investigated by employing the full vectorial finite element method (FEM). Simulation results demonstrate that effective mode area and confinement losses of fundamental mode simultaneously improved by applying our novel technique to proposed structures. The effects of bending on confinement losses of the proposed PCFs have been thoroughly investigated. Additionally, confinement losses of first higher order modes are presented and the possibility of stripping them in a simple way is discussed. © 2011 Published by Elsevier GmbH. All rights reserved. Source


Ademgil H.,European University of Lefke | Haxha S.,University of Kent
Optics Communications | Year: 2012

A novel large mode area photonic crystal fiber (PCF) is proposed in this paper. Numerical investigations demonstrate that an endlessly single-mode PCF with improved large mode area can be realised by introducing higher index material in the cladding region. Here we discuss how the V-parameter and effective mode area of the PCF can be improved by manipulating the cladding region rather than the core region itself. Moreover, the influence of doping levels with respect to confinement loss, chromatic dispersion and bending loss of the proposed PCF is also investigated by employing the full-vectorial finite element method (FEM).© 2011 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved. Source


Yitmen I.,European University of Lefke
EMJ - Engineering Management Journal | Year: 2011

Intellectual Capital (IC) is recognized as a key strategic asset for organizational performance, and innovative solutions and its management is critical for the competitiveness of organizations. The aim of this article is to analyze the relationships among intellectual capital, competitiveness, and innovation drivers in engineering design firms of the Turkish construction industry. The research involves a questionnaire survey administered to engineering firms on intellectual capital constructs, competitiveness, and innovation drivers in construction. The article provides details on how firms can leverage their intellectual capital as the main competitive asset for innovative solutions to offer their clients. Source

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