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Kerem graduated from department of engineering physics at Gaziantep University in Turkey. He holds master of science degree in biomedical engineering and medical physics from department of physics at Technical University of Munich (TUM). He recently pursues his doctoral research at Heinz-Nixdorf-Chair for Biomedical Electronics under the supervision of Prof. Oliver Hayden at TUM. Kerem has been part of CellFACE team as a Research Associate since 2021.


Kerem's research, positioned at the intersection of biomedical imaging and diagnostic technologies, covers digital holographic microscopy, clinical sample analysis, and digital image processing. His work involves the development of standardized, robust quality control frameworks for digital holographic microscopy, aiming accurate and consistent clinical sample measurements. His research further investigates the aspects of digital holographic microscopy in digital image processing, which encompasses phase retrieval, holographic image reconstruction, and recognition and typing of blood cells.