General Info

There are 3 sub-departments in the Department of Metallurgical and Materials Engineering: Materials Science, Extractive Metallurgy and Nano-materials. Students have the opportunity to specialize in one of these sub-departments with the elective courses they can take especially in the 7th and 8th semesters. The Metallurgical and Materials Engineering Department Practise Program covers a total of 45 working days. First group practises constitute 30 days of these 45 working days, which are 15 days of casting and 15 days of production and materials manufacturing practise. In the other 15 days,  Business-Organization Practise is carried out as the second group of practise.

The Metallurgical and Materials Engineering Department has one lecture hall with a capacity of 100 people, two large classes and six classes with a capacity of 50 people.  There are also four postgraduate classes with a capacity of 30 people.

Department Research / Application Laboratories are as follows:

  • Nanotechnology Lab.
  • Extractive Metallurgy App. Lab.
  • Materials Science App. Lab.
  • Corrosion Lab.
  • Extractive Metallurgy Lab.
  • Material Characterization Lab.
  • Energy Materials Lab.
  • Ceramic Materials Lab.
  • Composite Materials Lab.
  • Biomaterials Lab.
  • Powder Metallurgy Lab.
  • Metallography Lab.
  • Materials Lab. (Former Metallurgical Institute Lab.)