Burak Bagdatli, Ph.D.
Research Engineer II
Aerospace Systems Design Laboratory (ASDL)
Daniel Guggenheim School of Aerospace Engineering
270 Ferst Drive, NW
Atlanta, Georgia 30332-0150 U.S.A.
Office: Weber SST 308
Email: burak.bagdatli (at) ae (dot) gatech (dot) edu
- Ph.D., Georgia Institute of Technology, 2018
- M.S., Aerospace Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, 2010
- B.S., Aerospace Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, 2007
- Systems of Systems Studying, analyzing, and visualizing the cooperative aspects, system architectures, and capabilities, composable models
- Statistical Methods Use of Monte Carlo simulations, point estimators, and linear, non linear, and non-parametric regression in a systems design context
- Decision Making Decision making methods relating to early system design, model-based systems engineering, design process improvements
- Manufacturing Investigate interactions between manufacturing processes in a factory, statistical and mechanical root-causes for cycle time variations
- Computer Simulations Research on mathematical graphs, Markov chains, Petri nets, discrete event, cellular automata, agent-based models
- 2018: Future Factory Manufacturing and Supporting Applications for Equipment and Process Health Monitoring. Sponsored by Boeing.
- Built kinematic models for a lathe machine for a dashboard
- Collected and analyzed production data for building a digital twin
- 2017–2018: MBSE-enabled Digital Overall Aircraft Design. Sponsored by Airbus.
- Leading the Design Space Exploration task
- Developed multiple simulation result browser interfaces for the modeling team to troubleshoot models
- Facilitated inter-team collaboration for systems engineering, modeling, and visualization
- Prepared a design space exploration application for an Airbus-wide demonstration
- Worked with students to realize a design space exploration with multi-fidelity data
- 2016–2017: The Digital Factory of the Future. Sponsored by Boeing.
- Performed data processing, analysis, regression, and visualization.
- 2016: MENTOR2 Collaborative Repository for Engineering And Technology Education. Sponsored by DARPA.
- Developed a web-interface for an online course for electromechanical system for military personnel
- Prepared course outline, lesson plans, lecture text and videos, technical drawings, animations, interactive learning tools
- 2009–2015: Architecture-Based Innovation, Technology Evaluation, and Capability Tradeoff Process. Sponsored by the Office of Naval Research.
- Developed a custom discrete event simulation engine and a computer readable description language
- 2008–2009: Vehicle Technology Environmental Modeling with Operational Aspects. Sponsored by NASA.
- Worked with various airplane and airline operations databases
- 2008–2009: J-UCAS Grand Challenge—System of Systems Analysis for Joint Suppression of Enemy Air Defenses Mission
- Bagdatli, B., Griendling, K., and Mavris, D., "Challenges for simulating stochastic behavior in systems of systems". INCOSE Insight, 15(2):29–31, July 2012.
- Bagdatli, B., Mavris, D., "Use of high-level architecture discrete event simulation in a system of systems design". In Aerospace Conference, 2012 IEEE, pages 1–13, March 2012.
- Bagdatli et al., "A Method for Examining the Impact of Interoperability on Mission Performance in a System of Systems", IEEE Aerospace Conference, March 2010, Big Sky MT.