We are 6 engineering students from Bilkent University and we came together to create a solution for a problem we all have: low batteries. We aim to solve this problem efficiently, economically and environmentally friendly. So far we found a method to charge batteries by using the kinetic energy generated by daily activities so it is portable and green.
Now, our future aim is to make our WattCase smaller so that it fits inside the mobile devices and smartphones.
Currently studying Electrical and Electronics Engineering in Bilkent, Alper attended many innovation competitions and won awards, including the fourth place in Case Innovative Competition (Country-wide. He believes that the originator of innovative projects is saving environment. When people think to save environment, innovative projects will occur.
Gökçen is currently a senior student in Bilkent University, Electrical and Electronics Engineering. She is one of the co-founders of WattLab where she also works as a hardware engineer.
Yasemin is currently a senior student in Bilkent University, Electrical and Electronics Engineering. She is interested in Renewable & Alternative Energy and Responsible Innovation. She is one of the co-founders of WattLab where she also works as a hardware engineer.
As a fourth year Computer Science major with a Graphic Design minor, Berna works as a software engineer and graphic designer for Wattlab.