The “Auto Train Brain” mobile software developed for dyslexic children is renewed


Auto train brain, the mobile software developed for dyslexic children, has been renewed

The interface of the Auto Train Brain mobile software developed for dyslexic children has been renewed by summer interns from Işık University and Sabancı University.

Dr. The interface of the mobile software called “Auto Train Brain”, developed by Günet EroÄŸlu for dyslexic children who have difficulties in school life and learning, has been updated by the summer interns in computer engineering of Işık University and Sabancı University in the framework of social responsibility. Auto Train Brain reduces the effects of dyslexia, which is a subgroup of specific learning difficulties and cannot yet be treated, and helps children increase their academic success.

Added many new features to the Auto Train Brain user interface that kids and families will love

In a clinical study of dyslexic children aged 7-10 in Turkey, it was observed that neurofeedback and multisensory learning produced statistically significant results in spelling and reading comprehension. Günet Eroğlu, during the PhD program in Computer Engineering at Sabancı University, designed and developed the application under the guidance of Vice-Dean of Faculty of Engineering and Natural Sciences at Sabanc University Selim Balcısoy and by faculty member Müjdat Çetin. was designed that way.

After the clinical study was completed, many dyslexic families and children at home and abroad began using Auto Train Brain. As the usage rate increased, there was a need to develop and diversify the product interface as requested by families and children. Considering that the best university students know the needs of children, since they have grown up in the digital world, a new project has been created for the computer engineering students of Işık University and Sabancı University to design and organize Auto Train Brain screens.

Dr. Among the 4,107 people who took the COMP55 Android programming course given by Günet EroÄŸlu at the University of Isık, the top 5 projects that developed the most successful interface reached the final as a result of the evaluation and these projects were integrated with each other. as part of the summer internship. Beyza FeyzioÄŸlu, Kıvanç Güngör, Seray ÅžimÅŸek, Sezer Özaltun and Tunç Bora Tamsan, senior computer engineering students from Işık University, worked together on this project as a team and combined the projects they developed individually during the internship of ‘summer.

The computer engineering students of Sabancı University, Buse Sümer and Nikan Lahut, who started working at HMS A.Ş. for their summer internship at the University of Sabanci; Together with Jak Kohen and Zafer Çalık, who are also computer engineering graduates from Sabancı University, who lead and manage the software configurations of Auto Train Brain, they configured the mobile and web interfaces and added new screens; Spotify of the neurofeedback interface, Youtube and bullet animation, they have contributed to the diversification of the system, to the increase of its efficiency and to the increase of the quality of the reports received from the system.

With the newly created mobile interface and the recreated website, Auto Train Brain is now ready for use by dyslexic children in Turkey and around the world through digital marketing.


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