Computer Engineering / MIDDLE EAST TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY
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Enver Ever obtained his BSc. Degree from the Department of Computer Engineering, Eastern Mediterranean University, Cyprus in 2002. He then continued his studies at Middlesex University where he obtained his MSc in Computer Networks and PhD in Performance Evaluation of Computer Networks and Communication Systems in 2004 and 2008 respectively. He worked at Bradford University as a postdoctoral Research Associate for a year. Following that he worked as a Senior Lecturer in Computer and Communications Engineering Department Middlesex University. Currently he is an Associate Professor in Middle East Technical University, Northern Cyprus Campus. His current research interests include computer networks, wireless communication systems, parallel computing paradigms, wireless sensor networks, integrated circuits, and performance/reliability modelling. He serves on various Programme Committees and received exemplary reviewer award for his contributions as reviewer.
(2008) Middlesex University, School of Computing Science, “Performability Modelling of Homogeneous and Heterogeneous Multi-server Systems with Breakdowns and Repairs”
(2003) Middlesex University, School of Computing Science, “A Software Package for the Performance Evaluation of Queues of Networks”
(2002) Eastern Mediterranean University, Computer Engineering, (3.94/4), “Benchmarking for performance evaluation of IEEE 802.11b standard in various environments”