Organized by METU Office of Science Communication, the “Tell Us About Your Research” contest took place on Saturday, December 23. The students qualified for the contest presented their research topics to the jury members consisting of children and answered the questions asked by kids.
Design factory representatives from many countries will convene at METU for workshops, training and new collaboration opportunities.
Five METU students have been named University Innovation Fellows, which is a program run by Stanford University as a result of Fire Up 2022 training program.
In 2021, AdımODTÜ funded 64 undergraduate research projects in which more than 190 students took part.
The METU team’s asteroid exploration mission idea “PARS: Precursor Asteroid Remote Survey” received the 1st prize at the International Mission Idea Contest (MIC 7).
The Graduate Thesis and Course Performance Awards, award ceremony is to be held online on September 29, 2021, at 13.30.
METU Design Factory was founded with the support of the Ministry of Development.
METU Faculty of Engineering students with their eco-friendly electronic cash register project "QRegister," which they developed with the support of AdımODTÜ, has made it to the finals of Google's worldwide Solution Challenge by being chosen as one of the top 10 projects.
The METU team consisted of Nurpari Damirova, and Rabia Akçay won first place in two categories in the International Business Ethics Case Competition. Damirova and Akçay are the “Business Ethics” undergraduate course students of Prof. Semra F. Aşcıgil, the Department of Business Administration faculty member at METU.
The Graduate Thesis and Course Performance Awards, aiming to reward the outstanding achievements of more than 7,000 graduate students, and to support their academic motivation at our five institutes actively continuing their education life within our university, were presented.
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