Within the scope of University-Industry Cooperation, many activities that serve different purposes are carried out with various businesses. These are labor-intensive activities such as organizing technical trips and inviting guest speakers to the department, as well as conducting “Undergraduate Graduation Design Projects” and “Research Projects” together.
For the purposes of these activities, the scope of UIC activities consists of the following elements:
Technical Visits: These are the studies aiming to organize technical visits to institutions in order to contribute to the students' observation and recognition of industrial applications on site.
Undergraduate Graduation Design Projects and Master Thesis: The purpose of the Undergraduate Graduation Design Project is to contribute to the professional and ethical development of students by creating the opportunity to apply the experience they have gained during their education at all stages of design, in a holistic project and with the awareness of teamwork, within the framework of a business engineering problem. The aim of the master's thesis is to enable them to demonstrate the ability to synthesize engineering knowledge and business knowledge. In this context, it is essential to develop effective and efficient solution proposals against a specific problem faced by organizations in these studies carried out under the supervision of consultants.
Mutual Guest Speaker Practice: These are the activities that will enable the transfer of practical experiences, help increase the number of jointly carried out projects, and spread the culture of cooperation between university and industry.
Research Projects: These are the activities that support the execution of scientific and practical research projects (TÜBİTAK, San-Tez, Revolving fund projects, etc.).