Hacettepe Teknokent AŞ Chairman of the Board Prof. Dr. Murat Karas, the Hacettepe University Faculty of Engineering in that commenced preliminary work for the first rail engineering education in Turkey and said they are aiming at the rail vocational high school founded in Polatlı.
Prof. Dr. Karas, AA said in a statement to reporters, Hacettepe Technopolis of Turkey, the Balkans, the Middle East and the Commonwealth of Independent States, said it aims to support entrepreneurship with technology.
Noting that Hacettepe Technopolis has 9 R&D buildings and a total indoor area of 42 square meters, Karaşen explained that 100 companies are working here.
Emphasizing that health companies especially prefer Hacettepe Technopolis, Karaşen said, “Our Technocity contributes significantly to the development of university-industry cooperation by bringing together the scientific and technological knowledge of the university's faculty members with entrepreneurs and companies with its highly developed infrastructure to support the R&D studies of Hacettepe University Hospital provides ”he said.
Stating that R&D work has been carried out on 535 projects in Teknokent, Karaşen said that medical technologies developed by companies in Hacettepe University Technology Development Zone, such as medicine, medical, biomedical, defense industry, nanotechnology, advanced materials, electric-electronics, telecommunications, informatics and chemistry. he said the ongoing projects in key sectors would provide a significant contribution to Turkey's economy recently.
-Resident system test center will be established and rail system engineering training will start-
Health projects, particularly outside Turkey's Karas report they are about to start a new project will contribute to the economy of Hacettepe University, in collaboration with TCDD, the Turkish railway systems company, has announced that rail engineering department open to engineering school within the initiated preliminary work.
Job voicing rail system in Polatli be on the agenda at the opening of the rector of the Higher School Karas said, "all cars used in Turkey are imported rail vehicles. It is not only imported, but also sent to the Czech Republic, Germany or France for testing. Thus, hundreds of thousands of euros in foreign currency go abroad. For this reason, we care about the training of rail system engineers and technicians in our country and the establishment of a test center that will serve our country and our region, ”he said.
In Turkey, the higher education level rail system training initially stressed that they want to start at Hacettepe University Karas said, "We Technopolis as will be tested for all rail vehicles to our manufactured or country in Turkey are trying to create a center. This center will be able to serve not only our country but also neighboring countries. Our work on this continues, ”he said.