Faculty of Engineering
WE ARE PROUD OF OUR STUDENTS' PROJECTS...
Although it was just four years since the department's initiation our students' projects from Aerospace Engineering and other faculty departments make us proud...
Our students designed, built and tested some aerial vehicles including unmanned aerial vehicle (fixed wing aircraft), rotary wing air vehicle, and rocket. They demonstrated their projects in national/international festival and competitions. These projects completely initiated by their personal enthusiasms are ATLAS, NEBULA rockets, hunter UAV AVCI, and rotary wing AVCI.
Team members of AVCI were Can Bağdiken, Sultan Sima Köse, Mert Can Bilgiç, Furkan Yıldırım, Kübra Kaymaz, Sefa Şencan, Berksu Solmaz, Emre Kalaycı, Kaan Bağdiken ve Samet Kaplan. ATLAS and NEBULA teams include Halil Yaman, Kadir Kılıç, Anıl Can Ateş, İlke Kobanç, Ahsen Sağcan, Levent Altınada, Oğuz Tanıl, Fatma Nida Ocak, Aytuğ Han, Beyzanur Kalaycı, Nezahat Sivaslı, Atıl Kan, Buse Ay, Dilara Vefa Ayyıldız, and Zeynep Betül Kaya.
We wish you better succesfull projects in the future...
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