Dear Students,

You must upload your GDP interim reports to Ninova until 25 February 2022 (until 23.59).

The list of students who submitted their GDP registration forms at the beginning of the fall semester is given below.


030160029 Saadettin Bora Maden

040090044 Anıl Toranoğlu

040130266 Murat Gündoğar

040140009 Sinan Erbezci

040140220 Muhlis Cantekin Özmen

040140234 Muhammed Zahid Özyurt

040140240 Emre Yüce 

040140274 Mehmet Akbulut

040150343 Ekin Kahraman

040150372 Volkan Yasin Yeter

040150384 Mustafa Uzun

040150385 Şakir Soner Şorbacı

040150739 Ali Aydoğdu

040160305 Berk Emre Uzun

040160320 Atakan Alkan

040160323 Hasan Erdoğan

040160333 Ekin Erdem Aygül

040160343 Batı Eren Ergun

040160606 Caner Korel

040160607 Yüce Can Yılmaz

040160731 Çağdaş Köksal

040170261 Boğaçhan Can Güleryüz

060130434 Ahmet Uğur Özen

090150121 Berkin Ersöz

110160224 Desen Yaprak Polat

ITU Electrical Engineering

elmak_lab2Electrical Engineering covers energy development & power generation, power transmission &distribution networks, and electrical machines & power electronics. Electrical engineering also forms a multi-
disciplinary application platform with the intersection of mechanical, electronic, computer and communications engineering. This platform leads to design, install, monitor, control, protect and manage the modern age electrical power systems.

Although electrical engineering education was started in 1926 within the Electromechanical Engineering Department at ITU, the Department of Electrical Engineering was established in 1944. Since then, the Department has had a very good reputation in electrical engineering education and development of related technologies. Today, the Academic Staff including 14 Professors, 6 Associate Professors, 7 Assistance Professors, 2 Lecturers and 24 Research Assistants successfully runs an undergraduate program and a postgraduate program for MSc and PhD. The department has around 848 undergraduate and 309 postgraduate students.

The mission and vision statements determine the frame of the electrical engineering education. While the program educational objectives describe the carrier and professional accomplishments that program is preparing the graduates to achieve, the program learning outcomes describe what students are expected to know and able to do by the time of their graduation. By transferring the education from the teaching mode to the learning mode, the students are encouraged to improve their ability in using their knowledge effectively.

Head of Electrical Engineering Department


ITU Electrical Engineering Program has been accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission (EAC) of ABET,, (Criteria: Electrical-Electronics Engineering). Detailed information about the ABET accreditation of our program is provided under the Accreditation page.