Batıkan Bora Ormancı

Date of Birth: February 20, 1999

I'm a fellow, friendly programmer who is really interested in all topics within computer science. I would love to hear about your offers of any kind on any kind of NON-REPETITIVE job that a computer scientist may be helpful with. For now, my main inclination is to become a researcher…

First Page: CV, Pages 2-5: Awards & Certificates, Activities & Hobbies, Memberships & Affiliations, Projects

If my Resume is somehow insufficient, please contact me and give me some advice. Thanks and regards.

Work Experience

  • Content Moderator (Mainly German, English & Turkish)

Conectys, Istanbul/Turkey

04/2021 - 06/2021

  • I’ve reviewed documents for big companies (classified info.) and approved or rejected them within reason. I reviewed content in German, Turkish, English, Dutch, Spanish, Esperanto and 20+ other languages because I could understand them all to some extent.

  • Laboratory Assistant / Tutor

Turkish-German University, Istanbul/Turkey

10/2019 - NOW

  • I’ve helped other students solve their mostly programming-related problems, and took care of the computer laboratory environment.

  • Founder / General Manager

Bata Kozmetik, Istanbul/Turkey

06/2017 - 12/2019

  • It is a small cosmetics company that my father (a pharmacist) helped me found. We produced e.g. chocolate face masks and distributed them to several pharmacies. I’m no longer active in this business.

  • Cyber Security Marketing Intern

ARTI & ARTI Technology Services, Istanbul/Turkey

10/2017 - 02/2018

  • I went there for only 2-3 hours a day, and gained experience on the following topics:
  • How cyber security  is being marketed to numerous companies to sell e.g. Palo Alto products.
  • Kali linux and penetration testing.
  • Networking simulation tools such as Cisco Packet Tracer, GNS3.


  • Bachelor of Science: Computer Engineering

Turkish-German University, Istanbul/Turkey

2018 - 2022

  • General German, Technical German Project:  Mechatronics

Bielefeld University, Bielefeld/Germany


  • Preparatory Class: German

Turkish-German University, Istanbul/Turkey

2017 - 2018

(from both Turkish-German University and Bielefeld University).


(If I were to invest enough time, I believe I can perform well using any language or tool. Items below are ordered as most famılıar -> least familiar.)

  • Languages: English (C2), German(~C1), Turkish(Native). (I can also understand other turkic and germanic languages to a good extent)
  • Programming Languages etc: Java , Python, Kotlin, C, C++, Matlab, Visual Basic, Luascript, HTML/CSS, JS, SQL(MySQL, HSQL, SQLite, Postgresql, …), MMIX, Jinja2, C#...
  • Frameworks/Libraries etc: Gatsbyjs(HTML, SCSS, JS, ReactJS, GraphQL), Flask(Python), JavaFX(Java), Android Programming(Kotlin),  Tensorflow Keras (Python), …
  • General: Project management, Scrum, ...
  • Tools etc: MS Office, Libreoffice, Cisco Packet Tracer, GNS3, Android Studio, Maven, Wireshark, Omnetpp,  …

Awards & Certificates

  • Course Completion: Blockchain - Revealing the Myth (100%)

OpenHPI, Hasso Plattner Institute/Germany


  • This course helped me learn a lot about blockchain. It explained the infrastructure and motivation behind bitcoin, blockchain, and ethereum in detail. I’ll be writing a paper about blockchain this semester and I hope that this knowledge will be useful.

  • Course Completion:  Introduction to Machine Learning

Global AI Hub


  • This course took a top down approach to machine learning (similar to the approach on “Hands-On Machine Learning with Scikit-Learn, Keras, and TensorFlow, 2nd Edition” book by Aurélien Géron.) The whole course lasted a week and the top 1% of the students who have completed the course have been awarded with a top learner’s certificate.

  • Course Completion: Introduction to Software Product Management

University of Alberta


  • Project Completion: Intermediate Pandas Python Library for Data Science

Vinita Silaparasetty / Data Scientist / Trendwise Analytics


  • Course Completion: Getting Started in GIMP

Carma Baughman / Subject Matter Expert / Freedom Learning Group


  • Course Completion: Computational Learning Theory and Beyond

OpenHPI, Hasso Plattner Institute/Germany


  • This course was quite hard and required a lot of self research. It helped me get some knowledge about computational learning theory but I couldn’t invest sufficient time to get the maximum I could get from it. I partake to improve the paper I’m writing this semester, the title of which will probably be: “Strictly Standardized Learning: Comparison of Structured Texts with Conventional Paragraphs”. I’ll make use of what I learned during this course on sections, in which I compare human and machine learning.

  • Course Completion: Learn LaTex - The Complete LaTex Course

Dr. Gary White / Udemy


  • Project Completion: Pandas Python Library for Beginners in Data Science

Vinita Silaparasetty / Data Scientist / Trendwise Analytics


  • Project Completion: Scrum Team Building Using Games and Interactive Tools

Coursera Project Network


  • Course Completion: Academic Writing Basics (in Turkish)

Ayeum / Turkey


  • Course Completion: Principles of Programming Languages (in Turkish)

Akagev / Turkey


  • Camp Completion: Google Developer MultiCamp Android (Kotlin)

Developer Multigroup / Google Developer Groups


  • Camp Completion: Quantum Computing and Programming: QWorld Bronze Diploma

QTurkey & QWorld


  • Course Completion: Künstliche Intelligenz und Maschinelles Lernen für Einsteiger  (Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning in German) (95.6%)

OpenHPI, Hasso Plattner Institute/Germany


  • Contest Result: CS50 Puzzle Day 2020 (8/8)

Harvard University, Cambridge/MA/USA


  • Course Completion: CS50x: Introduction to the intellectual enterprises of computer science and the art of programming (100%)

Harvard University, Cambridge/MA/USA


I've taken the web track and programmed a flask web application with the ability to get quotes for shares of stocks to virtually buy and sell them (within a demo), my final submission was my personal site built with gatsby, Click here for a video explanation of my final submission (It had to be 2 minutes long, and therefore really superficial).

  • Contest Result: CS50X Puzzle Day 2020 (8/8)

Harvard University, Cambridge/MA/USA


  • Contest Result: Hackathon (Big Data Solutions) (Third Place - Team Leader)

Board of European Students of Technology Istanbul, ITU/Istanbul/Turkey


We placed third at this 2 day long hackathon that took place at the Istanbul Technical University. The participating teams were asked to build big data solutions using the state-machine-like system developed by the main sponsor of the event TRLogic called FormicaBox. I, together with the team I led, have built a not-so-complete prototype that helps the user find nutrition from nearby vendors depending on their current needs that are determined by a chiplike theoretical device that may be implanted to their body. Most of the work was conceptual but in the end we had a similar system that proved the possibility of the concept, that also used their FormicaBox platform. We used 100% Java.

  • Course Completion: Web Application Security

Turkish Cyber Security Cluster & BUSIBER, Bogazici University/Istanbul/Turkey


The course was given by a penetration tester called Berk Imran at Bogazici University, after the completion of which I was awarded a certificate of attendance.

Activities & Hobbies

  •  Participation: STMCTF2020

STM Defense Technologies, Engineering and Trade Inc. / Turkey


We’ve placed out of 130+ teams, it was a fun CTF although we were otherwise occupied for the whole of it.

  •  Participation: KTHack 2020 Hackathon (About Quantum Technologies)

QTurkey, Istanbul/Turkey


To summarize, we’ve researched how the teaching materials used by QWorld and QCousins could be improved and provided a demo. Im personally really interested in optimizing contents of courses or teaching materials

  • Participation: Arcelik Hackbot Hackathon

Arcelik, Istanbul/Turkey


We were eliminated in the final phase. It started with 100 teams and we were somewhere on the top 10 (Only top 3 were declared). I and my friend Berat together programmed two telegram bots in two different programming languages (Java and Python) that together could offer better help to arcelik customers. We've deployed the bots on telegram, the user would first chat with the bot written in python (click to see code), which would compare the query with the FAQ from arcelik website and yield the top three most similar results. If the user can't be satisfied with them, user would be routed to the other bot written in java (click to see code), The java bot would check the similarities of answers to previously tagged questions and the new question, if the new question is not like any questions before, the question would be routed to a group that consists of arcelik personnel who would answer and tag the question, so that the system keeps getting stronger. The reason we coded it all with 2 different programming languages was to make use of both of their advantages and provide future adaptability. We also had a little project documentation and agile board.

  • Participation: Facebook Developer Circles Istanbul Semi-Ideathon



  • UAV Team Member: Programmer

Turkish-German University’s UAV Team “Skywalker”

2019 - 2020

I was a part of the UAV team of TGU. We've applied for teknofest but couldn't get accepted. We may do better in the Future, we mostly worked with Nvidia Jetson TX2.

  •  ROV Team Member: Programmer

Turkish-German University’s Underwater-ROV Team

2019 - 2020

I was a part of the Underwater ROV team of TGU, we've applied for teknofest but couldn't get accepted. We worked with arduino and rpi3b+ but the team was disbanded afterwards, because most of us lost interest.

  • Competency: Amateur Seaman

Turkish Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure

2019 - ∞

I have the Amateur Seaman's Certificate issued by Turkish Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure, that together with the Certificate of Competence for Short Range Radio Operators enable me to drive non-commercial boats and ships of length up to 24 meters globally.

  • Competency: Short Range Radio Operator

Turkish Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure

2019 - 2024

I have the "Certificate of Competence for Short Range Radio Operators" that is valid for operating VHF/DSC radio equipment onboard non-SOLAS vessels.

  • Participation: Artificial Pancreas Workshop

Medipol University, Istanbul/Turkey

It was a short, mostly discussion based workshop held by Prof. Dr. Abdulkadir Ömer of Medipol University, I’ve taken part because I have an interest in bioinformatics.


Memberships & Affiliations

  • Founding President: URCTGU (Undergraduate Research Club of TGU)

Turkish-German University, Istanbul/Turkey

I’ve founded the said student club at our university, so that people who enjoy researching may research together.

03/2021 - Curent

  • Mentor: QTurkey

QTurkey / QWorld, Turkey/Latvia

I’ve helped other students learn about quantum programming by becoming a mentor at the following QWorld Quantum Programming Workshops

03/2021 - Curent

  •  Founder & Representative: QSBTGU (QTurkey Student Branch)

QTurkey / QWorld & Turkish-German University, Istanbul/Turkey

QTurkey is a branch of QWorld, the aim of which is to achieve an open access and public global ecosystem for quantum technologies and quantum software.  I’ve partaken in some of their contests and workshops and after they’ve launched the QSB program, decided to gather students from my University to form a bridge between Quantum enthusiasts of TGU and QWorld.

12/2020 - Curent

International Association of Engineers

I became a member hoping I may make use of the publications before writing my bachelor's thesis. I’m also a member of several societies within IAENG (Society Of Artificial Intelligence, Society of Imaging Engineering etc)

10/2020 - Curent

  • My Other Student Club Memberships and Affiliations @ TGU

Turkish-German University, Istanbul/Turkey

I’m connected with perhaps every single student of our university. I’m usually one of the first ones to hear about project groups or club activities that may somehow have something to do with programming, and I’ve been playing leading roles in most of the communication channels of the students. All these things have helped me improve my communication and networking skills. I’ve also made a lot of friends along the way. I’ve been a member of perhaps every single university club and played my part on the foundations of plenty of them. Even after graduation I’m planning to keep staying in contact with the students, and it will be quite easy for me to involve them in any kind of project I may find myself working on in the future. I’ve played administrative and supervisory roles in countless clubs and events. Below is a list of some of the clubs of which I’ve been a member :

  • IEK (Business and Economics Club), TAÜ Gönüllüleri (Volunteers Club), EMK (Industrial Engineering Club), TGU Global Connections, TAÜ Mühendisler (Engineering Club), IEEE TAU, TGU Inscience, InformatiX TAU, ...

2017 - 2022


This section is incomplete. I will be extending this section later on with a good amount of past projects by August 2021

  • Incomplete & Ongoing: Java Telegram Bot - Upnotify_Bot

Turkish-German University, Istanbul/Turkey

Latest Update: 06/2021

  • My role: Project Manager, Software Architecture Planner, General Purpose Coder
  • Other roles within team: Back-end developer, Tester, Documenter
  • Project Summary: This will be a telegram bot that helps people track changes on web pages they wish to track. Users may choose to pay to have the bot check their requests more often. The bot is still in the early development stage but will be deployed in about a month.    

  • Incomplete & Ongoing: Machine Learning Project for Average Land Temperature Prediction

Turkish-German University, Istanbul/Turkey

Latest Update: 06/2021

  • My role: Project Manager, Dataset Finder, Evaluator, General Purpose Coder
  • Other roles within team: Modeller, Presenter, Designer
  • Project Summary: We’ve joined 4-5 datasets which contained data about bitcoin, s&p500 and energy consumption. We’ve made certain changes on the data and finally trained models to predict global average land temperature. Later on we will write an article about the project and try to publicize it.

  • Complete: Machine Learning Project for Banking Product Purchase Prediction

Turkish-German University, Istanbul/Turkey

Completion Date: 12/2020

  • My role: Requirement Engineer, Data Understanding, Researcher, General Purpose Coder, Critical Thinker
  • Other roles within team: Algorithmic Analyser, Evaluator, Tester
  • Supervisor: This project was supervised by Prof. Dr. Adem Alparslan from FOM University, Germany.
  • Project Summary: We tried to detect if a theoretical product would be purchased by the customers of a theoretical company for our Data Mining course. In the end, we came up with proposals and presented our case as if this was a real data mining project. We trained a random forest model, and used XAI (Explainable Artificial Intelligence) to identify how particular features affect the model. We were graded with an A+. We also received a financial award for this project, as the best project in the computer science department.

  • Complete: Java Android Application - Homebook

Turkish-German University, Istanbul/Turkey

Completion Date: 12/2020

  • My role: Documenter, Tester, General Purpose Coder
  • Other roles within team: Back-End Programmer, Front-End Programmer
  • Supervisor: This project was supervised by DI. Ömer Karacan
  • Project Summary: Homebook is a financial Android application created with Java to control the costs of a shared apartment and distribute them among the residents. We used Firebase as a database and as an authentication service to authenticate users and associate them with their data. The project was for the Software Engineering course at the Turkish German University. Were graded with an A+.


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