Young Scholar Seminar Series: Forecasting Turkey’s Presidential Referendum Using Big Data

Yunus Emre Institute in London is delighted to host another online talk as part of the Young Scholar Seminar Series. Abdullah Cemil Akçam will talk on “Forecasting Turkey’s Presidential Referendum Using Big Data” on Tuesday, 20th of April 2021 at 19.00 pm (BST).

Abdullah Cemil AKÇAM graduated from the Computer Engineering Department at Middle East Technical University in Turkey. Following graduation, he started working at Ericsson as a services engineer and then moved to Turkish Telecoms Regulator. In the meantime, he studied MBA at Bilkent University. In 2017 he was awarded Chevening Scholarship and studied MSc Business Analytics at Queen Mary University of London. He is a PhD candidate at Middle East Technical University.

About the ‘Young Scholar Seminar’ series:

Established in 2017, the Young Scholar Seminar Series is a platform giving postgraduate students the opportunity to present their research to the wider public and encourage the exchange of knowledge. In particular, the series have been designed to promote the academic achievements of young academics, increase their visibility, and facilitate networking opportunities. Yunus Emre Institute in London invites young academics from all disciplines with research into global or Turkey-related topics to present their findings and become part of the institute’s growing young academic network.

This talk forms part of the Young Scholar Seminar Series organised by Yunus Emre Institute in London.