Karabuk University Students Will Be Traveling By High Speed Train
Karabük University (KBU) Rector Prof. Dr. Burhanettin Uysal said that they are rapidly advancing towards becoming a "valley of rail systems".
Rector Uysal, making another first in Turkey, with field trials and university campuses rail system will be established for educational purposes, said students will travel by train across departments.
Rector of KBU. Dr. Burhanettin Uysal, Turkey's first 'Rail Systems Engineering' section stating that opens in Karabük, "Our students continue their education in the second grade at the moment. Our government attaches great importance to high-speed train investments in the 2023 vision and predicts an investment of 1 billion dollars. and most importantly, at least 51 percent domestic production is required for these investments. It is aimed to produce 51 percent of the wagons and other needs, especially rails, in our country. We have rolled up our sleeves to create the technical infrastructure of our country at this target. We wanted to support the 2023 vision by training the engineers who will install the rail systems. ”
Professor Dr. Uysal, the university campus area to provide student transportation rail systems will be established as soon as possible by telling the following, said:
“We wanted it to be the university that carried local facilities to national facilities. Karabük is a city that produces the first Turkish iron. However, we have seen that no academic work has been done on this subject. For this reason, we have determined the vision of our university in this direction and we have envisaged to establish the Iron and Steel Institute in order to contribute to Karabük becoming the Iron and Steel center. Kardemir A.Ş. During our meetings with the managers, we saw that both the city and our country need such an institute. Laboratory and administrative buildings complex of Demir Çelik Institute in Karabük Kardemir A.Ş. It was done by. As a university, we continue to buy laboratory materials. Within the framework of the 76th anniversary of the establishment of the city of Karabük, we will open our institute on April 3, 2013, the day of its establishment. Turkish iron in the derivation of the first 76 years, we opened our first Iron and Steel Institute in Turkey. Thus, our country will be able to compete with the world with quality productions in the Iron and Steel industry.
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