Honorary Members


  • SELİM KÜSEFOĞLU – BOGAZICI UNIVERSITY
  • VOLKAN ESKİZEYBEK – ÇANAKKALE ONSEKİZ MART ÜNİVERSİTESİ
  • CESİM ATAŞ – DOKUZ EYLUL UNIVERSITY
  • SERKAN SUBAŞI – DUZCE UNIVERSITY
  • RABENO KURYEL – EGE UNIVERSITY
  • HAŞİM PIHTILI – FIRAT UNIVERSITY
  • ORHAN ŞAHİN – GEBZE TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY
  • BARIŞ SABUNCUOĞLU – HACETTEPE UNIVERSITY
  • TÜLAY BAL DEMİRCİ – ISTANBUL UNIVERSITY
  • METİN TANOĞLU – IZMIR INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
  • ERSAN KALAFATOĞLU – MARMARA UNIVERSITY
  • YALÇIN BOZTOPRAK – MARMARA UNIVERSITY
  • SERKAN ÜNAL – SABANCI UNIVERSITY
  • MEHMET YILDIZ – SABANCI UNIVERSITY INTEGRATED MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGIES RESEARCH AND APPLICATION CENTER
  • SELÇUK ERDOĞAN – TRAKYA UNIVERSITY
  • TURKISH AEROSPACE INDUSTRIES ASSOCIATION
  • FERSEN KINAYYİĞİT – TURKISH COMPOSITES MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION
  • İSMAİL HAKKI HACIALİOĞLU – TURKISH COMPOSITES MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION
  • AHMET ÜNAL – YILDIZ TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY
SELİM KÜSEFOĞLU – BOGAZICI UNIVERSITY

About

Boğaziçi University (also known as Bosphorus University, Turkish: Boğaziçi Üniversitesi, “Boğaziçi” literally meaning Bosphorus in Turkish) is a major research university located on the European side of the Bosphorus strait in Istanbul, Turkey. It has four faculties and two schools offering undergraduate degrees, and six institutes offering graduate degrees. The language of instruction is English.

Founded in 1863, as Robert College, it is the first American higher education institution founded outside the United States. Though under entirely Turkish administration today, the university still maintains strong ties to the American educational system.

Boğaziçi University consistently ranks highest in Turkey, having the most number of applicants via the YGS-LYS Turkish university entrance examinations. This allows Boğaziçi University to attract many of the highest scoring students;[4] as well as having the most preferred applied science, education, engineering, and social science programs in Turkey.[5][6] Boğaziçi University is the only Turkish university among first 200 universities worldwide according to the Times Higher Education World University Rankings of 2013-2014.[7] Boğaziçi University also provides a liberal educational atmosphere and a program of extracurricular activities and sports.


Contact

Boğaziçi Üniversitesi Kimya Böl. Kare Blok Binası Kat:3 34342 BEBEK / İSTANBUL
Tel: +90 212 359 54 00
Web: www.boun.edu.tr

VOLKAN ESKİZEYBEK – ÇANAKKALE ONSEKİZ MART ÜNİVERSİTESİ

About

Çanakkale Onsekiz Mart University (informally ÇOMÜ) is a Turkish public research university located in Çanakkale (Dardannelles) province (near Gallipoli) and its surrounding towns. It is a member of the Balkan Universities Network, The European University Association (EUA), International Association of Universities (IAU) and hosted the World Universities Congress 2010.

The ÇOMÜ is listed among the world’s top 1,000 best universities in the 2012 annual Scimago Institutions Rankings World Reports and one of the top innovative universities in Turkey. The University was named as one of the top innovative Turkish universities in 2013 by the Turkish Ministry of Science, Industry and Technology.

ÇOMÜ is a member of the European University Association, the International Association of the Universities and the Thrace Universities Union.


Contact

Çanakkale Onsekiz Mart Üniversitesi – ÇANAKKALE / TÜRKİYE
Tel: +90 286 2180018
Web: www.comu.edu.tr

CESİM ATAŞ – DOKUZ EYLUL UNIVERSITY

About

Dokuz Eylül University (Turkish: Dokuz Eylül Üniversitesi) (DEÜ) is a university in Turkey. It is located in İzmir, Turkey. It was founded in 1982 and is organized in 15 faculties. DEU is the first university which applied the problem-based learning method in Turkey, beginning in the School of Medicine in 1997.

Several components of Dokuz Eylül University have attained a goal of continuous development in education, research and practice through the ISO 9001 2000 Quality Management System certificate: Social Sciences Institute and School of Maritime Business and Management (2001), University Presidency (2003) and Medical Faculty and Health Sciences Institute (2004).


Contact

Cumhuriyet Bulvarı No: 144 35210 Alsancak / İZMİR
Tel: +90(232) 412 12 12
Fax: +90 (232) 464 81 35
Web: www.deu.edu.tr

SERKAN SUBAŞI – DUZCE UNIVERSITY

About

Düzce University is a university located in Düzce, Turkey. It was established in 2006[1][2] but its oldest unit, Duzce Vocational School, has existed since 1976. In 2008, the university joined the National Quality Movement and received an Excellence 4 Star Award by the Turkish Quality Association (KALDER), within the scope of EFQM (European Foundation for Quality Management).

In May 2011 Düzce University won the European Enterprise Award for its project titled “Together We Can Do More”, which promotes entrepreneurship.

In January 2012 the university became an official member of the European University Association (EUA).


Contact

Düzce Üniversitesi Konuralp Yerleşkesi Konuralp Merkez/Düzce, 81620
Tel: +90 380 542 11 00
Fax: +90 380 542 11 11
Web: www.duzce.edu.tr

RABENO KURYEL – EGE UNIVERSITY

About

Ege University (Turkish: Ege Üniversitesi) is a public university in İzmir, Turkey. It was founded in 1955 with the faculties of Medicine and Agriculture. It is the first university to start courses in İzmir[1] and the fourth oldest university in Turkey.[2] Ege University commonly ranks close to the top among research universities in Turkey.

Ege University in Bornova, a district of Izmir, the third largest city in Turkey.


Contact

Bornova / İZMİR
Tel : (232) 388 00 16
Web : www.ege.edu.tr

HAŞİM PIHTILI – FIRAT UNIVERSITY

About

Fırat University is a state university based in Elazığ, Turkey. The university was founded in 1975 and named after the Turkish name of the Euphrates River which originates near Elazığ. Being one of the major academic institutions in the Eastern Turkey, the university has twelve schools, four institutes, one state conservatory, three vocational high schools and twenty one research centers with a strong emphasis on scientific and technological advancement and research.


Contact

Fırat Üniversitesi Rektörlüğü, 23119 Elazığ
Tel: +90 424 234 00 00
Fax: +90 424 212 27 17
Email: hpihtili@firat.edu.tr
Web: www.firat.edu.tr

ORHAN ŞAHİN – GEBZE TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY

About

Gebze Technical University (Turkish: Gebze Teknik Üniversitesi (GTÜ)) and old name: Gebze Institute of Technology (GIT) is one of two institutes of technology founded in Turkey. (The other one is İzmir Institute of Technology.) It is a university for undergraduate and graduate studies and research activities located in a specifically selected area in Gebze, one of the most industrialized regions of the Marmara Region.


Contact

P.K. 141, 41400 Gebze / Kocaeli
Tel: +90 262 605 10 00
Fax: +90 262 653 84 90
Web: www.gyte.edu.tr

BARIŞ SABUNCUOĞLU – HACETTEPE UNIVERSITY

About

The Chair of Child Health, deemed to be the origin of Hacettepe Faculty of Medicine, was founded as part of the Faculty of Medicine, Ankara University by Prof. Dr. İhsan Doğramacı on February 2, 1954.

The foundation stone of the university was laid in 1957 with the Child Health Institute and Hospital within Hacettepe, which began its training, education and research activities and public services in 1958.

The Nursing School, School of Medical Technology and School of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation were established in 1961. The School of Health Sciences offering education in the fields of Nutrition and Dietetics was founded in 1962. It later took the name of the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences in 1963. The School of Basic Sciences, Nursing School, School of Medical Technology, School of Physiotherapy-Rehabilitation, and the School of Physical Therapy were all re-structured under the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences. Meanwhile, the School of Dentistry was established under the same faculty. Hacettepe Science Center was established in 1965 in order to enable the coordination between the academic units within the university. Hacettepe Medical Center was established in 1966. Hacettepe Medical Center Hospital was founded in the same year.

These nucleus institutions were later chartered as Hacettepe University by Law No. 892, enacted on July 8, 1967, which began educational activities in the Faculties of Medicine, Health Sciences, Sciences and Social Sciences. The School of Home Economics was established in 1968, and the Schools of Pharmacy and Dentistry were transformed into faculties in 1971. Hacettepe University, which was further expanded in the course of time with the establishment of new departments and faculties, built its second campus on an area of 1.500 ha. in Beytepe District, 20 kms. away from the Central Campus.

Hacettepe University continues its activities with 14 Faculties, 14 Graduate Schools and Institutes , 2 Applied Schools, 1 Conservatory, 5 Vocational Schools, and 105 Research and Application Centers within the scope of the Law No: 2809 for the Organization of Higher Education Institutions, enacted in 1982.

Hacettepe University, as one of the leading universities in the country, keeps contributing to social development and universal values in the fields of science, technology and art.


Contact

Hacettepe University (06800) Beytepe-ANKARA
Phone: 0 (312) 305 50 50
Web: www.hacettepe.edu.tr

TÜLAY BAL DEMİRCİ – ISTANBUL UNIVERSITY

About

Istanbul University (Turkish: İstanbul Üniversitesi) is a prominent Turkish university located in Istanbul. The main campus is adjacent to Beyazıt Square in Fatih, the capital district of the province, on the European side of the city.


Contact

İstanbul Üniversitesi Campus 34452 Beyazıt/Fatih-İstanbul
Tel: +90 (212) 440 00 00
Email: iubilgi@istanbul.edu.tr

Faculty of Engineering
Avcılar Yerleşkesi 34850 Avcılar – İstanbul
Tel: +90 (212) 473 70 01/02
Email: muhendislik.istanbul.edu.tr

METİN TANOĞLU – IZMIR INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

About

Prof. Metin Tanoğlu graduated in 1992 from Istanbul Technical University, Department of Metallurgical Engineering. In 1993, he started to work as a Research Assistant at İzmir Institute of Technology (IYTE), and served as such till year 2000. 

In 1996, he received his master’s degree in Material Science and Engineering from the University of Delaware in the US, followed by his Ph.D. in year 2000, from the same university and department. During his graduate studies, he served in a number of projects at the Composite Research Center at the University of Delaware.

Since 2000, he has been serving at İzmir Institute of Technology, Department of Mechanical Engineering, where he holds a professorship.

He carried out a significant number of research projects supported by a number of organizations, on composite materials and production technologies, armor materials, defense structures, sandwich structures, polymer materials, nano-composites, and the characterization of micro-structure, physical, mechanical, and ballistic properties of materials. 

He is the author of 48 international articles, nearly 46 conference papers, and the owner of 1 patent in these fields.

He is trying to further his contributions to the field of Composites in Turkey, through the research laboratories and structures he developed, the dissertations he supervised and the students he helped graduate, cooperations with industry, support for technical and scientific studies and efforts.


Contact

İYTE Makina Mühendisliği Böl. Urla, İzmir

Tel: (232) 750 6704

e-posta: metintanoglu@iyte.edu.tr

ERSAN KALAFATOĞLU – MARMARA UNIVERSITY

About

Marmara University with more than 3000 distinguished faculty members and a student body reaching 60.000 is on several campuses scattered throughout the cosmopolitan city of Istanbul. It has been one of the leading institutions of higher education in Turkey for 124 years. The university promoted itself rapidly to international stature together with the faculties of Engineering, Medicine and Dentistry where the media of instruction are Turkish and English. The university includes the Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences, which provides education in four languages: Turkish, English, French and German, thus making Marmara University the only “multilingual” university in Turkey. Having a remarkable success especially in the areas of Medicine, Law and Fine Arts, the faculty members and the students compete in their participation and dedication to academic work to enhance the education quality and the effective implementation of scientific studies in Marmara University.

Marmara University provides up-to-date contemporary education, fulfilling the requirements of today’s modern society with the guidance of the norms of enlightenment and prepares students for the future through participatory democratic administration in accordance with the principles set by the constitution of Turkey. In pursuit of these goals, 2839 faculty members are employed, including 558 professors, 234 associate professors, 569 assistant professors, 237 lecturers, 987 research assistants, 172 instructors, 78 specialists, and 3 translators, 1 education planner along with 1354 administrative personnel. 500 faculty members are teaching at other universities, thus sharing their knowledge and experience of Marmara tradition.

Marmara University has 57,000 students, of whom 44,661 are undergraduate students and 7,406 graduate students. A total of 1,354 foreign students from 73 countries are studying at the institution. Female students constitute 54% of the total population.


Contact

M.Ü. Göztepe Kampüsü 81040 Kadıköy / İSTANBUL
Tel: +90 216 348 02 92 / +90 216 414 64 89 / +90 216 414 64 90
Fax: +90 216 348 02 93
Web: www.marmara.edu.tr

YALÇIN BOZTOPRAK – MARMARA UNIVERSITY

About

Marmara University with more than 3000 distinguished faculty members and a student body reaching 60.000 is on several campuses scattered throughout the cosmopolitan city of Istanbul. It has been one of the leading institutions of higher education in Turkey for 124 years. The university promoted itself rapidly to international stature together with the faculties of Engineering, Medicine and Dentistry where the media of instruction are Turkish and English. The university includes the Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences, which provides education in four languages: Turkish, English, French and German, thus making Marmara University the only “multilingual” university in Turkey. Having a remarkable success especially in the areas of Medicine, Law and Fine Arts, the faculty members and the students compete in their participation and dedication to academic work to enhance the education quality and the effective implementation of scientific studies in Marmara University.

Marmara University provides up-to-date contemporary education, fulfilling the requirements of today’s modern society with the guidance of the norms of enlightenment and prepares students for the future through participatory democratic administration in accordance with the principles set by the constitution of Turkey. In pursuit of these goals, 2839 faculty members are employed, including 558 professors, 234 associate professors, 569 assistant professors, 237 lecturers, 987 research assistants, 172 instructors, 78 specialists, and 3 translators, 1 education planner along with 1354 administrative personnel. 500 faculty members are teaching at other universities, thus sharing their knowledge and experience of Marmara tradition.

Marmara University has 57,000 students, of whom 44,661 are undergraduate students and 7,406 graduate students. A total of 1,354 foreign students from 73 countries are studying at the institution. Female students constitute 54% of the total population.


Contact

M.Ü. Göztepe Kampüsü 81040 Kadıköy / İSTANBUL
Tel: +90 216 348 02 92 / +90 216 414 64 89 / +90 216 414 64 90
Fax: +90 216 348 02 93
Web: www.marmara.edu.tr

SERKAN ÜNAL – SABANCI UNIVERSITY

About

The Sabancı Group decided to establish a “world university” led by the Sabancı Foundation in 1994. Instead of choosing a university as a template or replicating existing examples and institutions, a new and unique university was designed during the foundation phase of the university. Having begun accepting students in 1999, Sabancı University sets an example to many a university today.

Sabancı University makes a difference with its unique education system.

Academic programs of Sabancı University are innovative and interdisciplinary. As the conventional system of “departments” is seen to be hindering true interdisciplinary approach at times and causing too early and restricted specialization in any given field, Sabancı University does not have academic divisions.

The education system of the university is based upon the common Foundations Development Year, which all students must complete regardless of their subsequent program choices or plans. Students who complete the Foundations Development Year successfully become individuals capable of critical thought, interdisciplinary interaction and problem-solving, who are endowed with the knowledge base required to complete the program they will choose. In the second phase of Foundations Development, students are free to choose the introductory courses to their preferred diploma program, and choose one of 12 programs to continue their education.

Faculties

There are three faculties at Sabancı University: the Faculty of Engineering and Natural Sciences (FENS), the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (FASS) and the Sabancı School of Management (SOM). All faculties offer undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate programs.

The FENS offers undergraduate programs in Computer Science and Engineering, Biological Sciences and Bioengineering, Materials Science and Engineering, Mechatronics Engineering, Electronics Engineering and Manufacturing Systems Engineering, and graduate programs in Information Technologies, Biological Sciences and Bioengineering, Electronics Engineering, Computer Science and Engineering, Mechatronics Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Materials Science and Engineering, Physics and, Mathematics.

The undergraduate programs of the FASS are Economics, Visual Arts and Visual Communication Design, Cultural Studies, International Studies and Social and Political Sciences, in addition to the graduate programs in Economics, Visual Arts and Visual Communication Design, Public Policy Analysis, Political Science, Conflict analysis and Resolution, Cultural Studies, History, Turkish studies, and European Studies.

The Sabancı School of Management offers undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate degrees in Management. (BA in Management, Sabancı MBA, Sabancı Executive MBA, Sabancı Masters in Finance and PhD.) Starting with the 2011-2012 academic year Sabancı School of Management launched its MBA-MIT Sloan MSMS dual degree program. Sabancı School of Management and MIT-Zaragoza Logistics Center offer a dual degree option whereby candidates can earn a Sabancı MBA degree and a Zaragoza Master of Engineering degree (ZLOG) in Logistics and Supply Chain Management in 2 years.

The Executive Development Unit (EDU) offers executive development programs for professionals.

Graduates

4851 graduates of Sabancı University are pursuing successful careers in academia or the business world.

25% of Sabancı University graduates continue their postgraduate studies with scholarships at the leading universities of the world, including Carnegie Mellon University, University of California, Politecnico di Milano, Boston University, Harvard University, Brown University, Stanford University and, University of Massachusetts. The rate of finding jobs within one year of graduation is 86%.

Sabancı University Nanotechnology Research and Application Center

Established by Sabancı University with the support of the State Planning Organization, the Nanotechnology Research and Application Center (SUNUM) is the first interdisciplinary nanotechnology center in Turkey. SUNUM started its operations in June 2011. The Center is leading advanced and interdisciplinary research and projects that will be rapidly adopted by the industry in the application of nanotechnology to physics, electronics, mechatronics, materials science, chemistry and biology. The Center aims to improve the university’s international competitive advantage in intellectual property portfolio, and contribute to the progress in leading research.

A campus that lives and breathes

The Sabancı University campus has everything to meet the everyday needs of its students. The campus abounds with amenities from the Performing Arts Center to a Sports Center, Health Center, supermarket and movie hall. Sabancı University has the best housing unit to student ratio among universities in Turkey.


Contact

Sabancı Üniversitesi Orta Mahalle, Üniversite Caddesi No: 27 34956 Tuzla-İstanbul
Tel: +90 216 483 90 00
Fax: +90 216 483 90 05
Web:  www.sabanciuniv.edu

MEHMET YILDIZ – SABANCI UNIVERSITY INTEGRATED MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGIES RESEARCH AND APPLICATION CENTER

About

Sabancı University (SU) is internationally recognized as one of the most innovative and research-oriented universities in Turkey, established the Sabancı University Integrated Manufacturing Technologies Research and Application Center (SU IMC) in 2016.

SU IMC is the industrial scale research and technology development center that provides laboratory test, prototype manufacturing, design and simulation services, composite materials in the scope of research and development services, and design, manufacturing, assembly and process prototyping services in the area of manufacturing technologies, also, provides consultancy and training services to governmental organizations and industry corporations.

SU IMC was built with an investment of 35 M $ to provide facilities for both fundamental and applied research, product development, graduate and life-long education. It also acts as a center for incubation services as well as commercialization opportunities in composite manufacturing technologies. SU IMC has the capacity of employing 15 faculty members, more than 90 graduate and undergraduate students, and about 40 researchers, engineers and administrative staff.

SU IMC targets to be a global bridge between academia and industry with its best practices of university&industry cooperation. The first university&industry cooperation was already established in composite technologies field with the collaboration of SU IMC and Kordsa, with the name of “Composite Technologies Center of Excellence” (CTCE) which has been a pioneer in Turkey with its business model and one of the leading development center of composite technologies in the world. SU IMC aims to establish other cooperations in the global area with industry players from variety of areas, notably aviation, defense, automotive, marine, energy, textile, sports&medical equipments, i.e.


Contact

İstanbul Teknoloji Geliştirme Bölgesi Teknopark Bulvarı No:1 34906 Pendik İSTANBUL
Tel: +90 216 300 13 00
Web:  www.suimc.sabanciuniv.edu

SELÇUK ERDOĞAN – TRAKYA UNIVERSITY

About

Trakya University (Turkish: Trakya Üniversitesi), a.k.a. University of Thrace, established on July 20, 1982, is a state university located in Edirne, at Turkey’s European part Eastern Thrace. Trakya University is a regional university with institutions and schools spread over the Thrace region. Trakya University Edirne runs scientific activities related to regional development and has international relationships especially within the Balkan Universities Network including more than 40 Universities from Balkan countries and the University Loerrach in Germany. Erhan Tabakoglu was elected and confirmed as new Rector of the university in July 2016.


Contact

Müh.Mim.Fak., Mak.Müh.Böl., Prof.Dr. A.T.Karadeniz Yerleşkesi, 22180-Edirne
Tel: +90 284 226 12 17
Web: www.trakya.edu.tr

TURKISH AEROSPACE INDUSTRIES ASSOCIATION

Representative

Yalçın Yılmazkaya


About

Turkish Aerospace Industries, Inc. (TAI) (Turkish: Türk Havacılık ve Uzay Sanayi A.Ş., TUSAŞ) is the center of technology in design, development, manufacturing, integration of aerospace systems, modernization and after sales support in Turkey.

Located in Ankara, the TAI production plant covers an area of 5 million square meters with an industrial facility of 150,000 square meters under its roof. The company has a modern aircraft facility furnished with high technology machinery and equipment that provide extensive manufacturing capabilities ranging from parts manufacturing to aircraft assembly, flight tests and delivery.

As of 2010, Turkish Aerospace Industries employs over 1500 engineers, of whom approximately 850 are research and development engineers working in military research projects.


Contact

Ege Serbest Bölgesi, Teknoloji Merkezi Gaziemir/İZMİR
Tel: (232) 251 38 51
Fax: (232) 251 02 64
Web: www.havacilikkumelenmesi.org

FERSEN KINAYYİĞİT – TURKISH COMPOSITES MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION

About

The Composites Manufacturers Association is a non-profit organization representing raw material, semi-finished, intermediate and finished product manufacturers, suppliers and academic institutions of Turkish Composites Industry.


Contact

Yenişehir Mahallesi, Osmanlı Bulvarı, Atlantis AVM., A-Blok, Kat:6, Daire:24 Kurtköy-Pendik/İSTANBUL
Tel: +90 (216) 685 12 68
Email: info@kompozit.org.tr
Web: www.kompozit.org.tr

İSMAİL HAKKI HACIALİOĞLU – TURKISH COMPOSITES MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION

About

The Composites Manufacturers Association is a non-profit organization representing raw material, semi-finished, intermediate and finished product manufacturers, suppliers and academic institutions of Turkish Composites Industry.


Contact

Yenişehir Mahallesi, Osmanlı Bulvarı, Atlantis AVM., A-Blok, Kat:6, Daire:24 Kurtköy-Pendik/İSTANBUL
Tel: +90 (216) 685 12 68
Email: info@kompozit.org.tr
Web: www.kompozit.org.tr

AHMET ÜNAL – YILDIZ TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY

Representative

Ahmet Ünal


About

Yıldız Technical University has a distinguished history that dates to 1911. YTU was founded as Kondüktör Mekteb-i Âlisi (Conductors School of Higher Education) in order to meet the “science officer” (known previously as conductors, and today as technicians) needs of the Municipality Public Works Section. The school was modeled on the syllabus of the “Ecole de Conducteur” and was affiliated with the Ministry of Public Works. The school’s name was changed to Nafia Fen Mektebi (School of Public Works) in 1922. The duration of education was increased to two and a half years in 1926 and three years in 1931.

Following the increase in public facilities and the requirement for technical services, a ruling ordered the closure of Nafia Fen Mektebi and the establishment of a Technical School to supply the workforce for the gap between technical officers and professional engineers. The school provided a two-year program for technical officers and a four-year program for engineers. Buildings were granted from the Yıldız Palace annexes, which are still in use today.

In the early period, the school consisted of civil and mechanical departments, educating students as technical officers and engineers. Starting with the 1942-1943 semester, electrical and architecture departments were added as part of the Department of Engineering. The school was established as an autonomous higher education and research institution in 1969. With a law which ruled for the closing of special vocational schools in 1971, engineering schools were affiliated with the Istanbul State Engineering and Architectural Academy.


Contact

Yıldız Campus
Barbaros Bulvarı 34349 Yıldız-İstanbul
Tel: 0212 383 70 70 (40 Hat)

Davutpaşa Campus
Davutpaşa Mah. Davutpaşa Caddesi 34220 Esenler- İstanbul
Tel : 0212 383 70 70 (40 Hat)
Fax: 0212 383 40 11

Ayazağa Campus
Büyükdere Caddesi 80670 Maslak-İstanbul
Tel: 0212 285 05 30 (4 Hat)
Fax: 0212 276 68 88
Web: www.yildiz.edu.tr

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