Dear Students; The first appearance of the computer idea is more than 200 years old. However, the transition to today’s computers was at the beginning of the 1950s. The inventions in electronics and materials science have made great progress in the field of hardware. In the 1990s, the rapid development of the software has given the computers an acceleration characteristic in both the other sciences and computer science. This feature makes computers indispensable in every aspect of life. Production in factories is controlled by computers. Thanks to the computer, the accumulated data can be stored in very small volumes, reports can be created quickly and error-free, and the results can be delivered to long distances in very short periods. Computerized systems are used in the detection and treatment of diseases in medicine. From this, it can be concluded that a computer engineer can find work in any enterprise that produces goods or services, and uses local or international networks. Our universities need academicians in this field too.

Dr. Ferudun KESKİN, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Eurasian University

Head of Department