İnönü University

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İnönü University
Inonu University Logo
Type Public
Established 1975 [1]
Rector Ahmet Kizilay, M.D.
Students Over 41,000 undergraduates and graduates [2]
Location Malatya, Turkey
Campus Urban and Suburban (Total 7.68 km2)
Colors White and Orange
Website www.inonu.edu.tr

İnönü University is a public university in Malatya, Turkey. On 28 January 1975 Turkish Parliament ordered the establishment of İnönü University in Malatya, the hometown of the 2nd and 8th presidents of Turkey who are Ismet Inonu and Turgut Ozal.

İnönü University Main Campus

İnönü University is one of the biggest public university of eastern part of Turkey. İnönü University has 6 campuses, 5 institutes, 14 faculties, 19 research centers and an innovative science and technology park (Technopolis) which is called Malatya Technology Development Zone in Malatya. Over 90,000 students have graduated since 1975 from İnönü University.[4] Inside the university, there is a museum commemorating Ismet Inonu, along-with another museum commemorating Turgut Ozal. Currently, İnönü University has over 1600 faculty members and research assistants, around 3500 graduate students and over 41000 (approximately 1500 students from different countries) undergraduate students.

Turgut Ozal Medical Center, Inonu University Main Campus

İnönü University Turgut Ozal Medical Center is one of the biggest research and implementation hospital in the world. It is an approximately 1400 bed hospital with 40+ operating rooms. It serves as a district hospital and accepts patients from neighbor countries as well. It is among the top three hospitals in liver transplant in the world and also serves in other areas such as kidney transplants, bone marrow transplants and burn injuries.[5] Turgut Ozal Medical Center has Faculty of Medicine, Faculty of Dentistry, Faculty of Pharmacy, Faculty of Health Sciences and also, it has an Adult Hospital and a Liver Transplant Hospital. İnönü University has planned to have Oncology Hospital until 2018.[6]

In addition, İnönü University has the biggest Solar Energy Center in Turkey. With this energy center, İnönü University produces its own electricity for Turgut Ozal Medical Center. This center is the most innovative investment and İnönü University did it its own endowment. Solar Energy Center fulfills 30 percent of Turgut Ozal Medical Center electricity requirement. İnönü University Solar Energy Center started to work May 2015.

Academics[edit]

Institutes[edit]

Faculties[edit]

Research Centers[edit]

  • Turgut Ozal Medical Center
  • Environmental Problems Research and Application Center
  • Ottoman Period Criminal Records Research and Application Center
  • Traditional Handicraft Research and Application Center
  • Apricot Research and Application Center
  • Heavens Sciences Research and Application Center
  • Principles of Ataturk Research Center for Modern Turkish History
  • Experimental Animal Production and Research Center
  • Industry-University Cooperation Research and Application Center
  • Scientific and Technological Research Center
  • Continuing Education Research and Application Center
  • Distance Education Research and Application Center
  • Gifted Research and Application Center
  • Children with Disabilities Research and Application Center
  • Women's Problems Research and Application Center
  • Language Education Research and Application Center
  • Niyazi-i Misri Research Center
  • Statistics and Econometrics Research and Application Center
  • Beekeeping Development-Application and Research Center


Turgut Ozal Medical Center[edit]

Turgut Ozal Medical Center

İnönü University Medical Faculty Research Hospital started its services in 1990, temporarily in the barracks of the State Hospital. The groundbreaking of one of the most important and most modern medical center projects of the country; Turgut Ozal Medical Center was laid in 1991 and the Center was completed in five years, and started its services in 1996. İnönü University Turgut Ozal Medical Center is in the campus of the İnönü University , which is founded on 7.000 decades, on Highway 309, 10 kilometers east of Malatya. The total area of Turgut Ozal Medical Center is 124.000 square meters. The exterior of the Center has heat insulated and high reflective glass and curtain walls with barriers. There are no windows opening outside. The air-conditioning includes heating for all closed areas, hygienic air-conditioning for operating rooms and intensive-care units, cooling and ventilation operators, cooling groups and exhausters. The hospital serves with 16 floors, 1400 beds, 31 services, 20+ intensive cares and 40+ operating rooms. It serves as a district hospital and accepts patients from neighbor countries as well. It is among the top three hospitals in liver transplant in the world and also serves in other areas such as kidney transplants, bone marrow transplants and burn injuries. Most of the patient rooms are for two patients and the rooms have their own bathrooms. Every room has central oxygen and vacuum systems. There is a guesthouse for the companions of the patient who are from out of the city; and also a companion mothers’ unit for the mothers of the children who are in intensive care. With the contemporary health care insight, the patient-centered hospital aims at customer satisfaction both internally and externally. In 2007 the process for Quality Management Systems had started and 2009 the hospital received TSE EN ISO 9001:2008 Quality Management Systems certificate. In 2011 the process for Occupational Health and Safety and Environment Management Systems had started and the hospital is certified in January 2012 by TSE (tr). This is the first time a state hospital has received these certification. Although the Medical Center and its diagnose and therapy units have recently opened, it has surpassed other medical faculty hospitals in the country. The Medical Center still keeps on working to reach the aim of being a modern and contemporary hospital


School of Engineering[edit]

İnönü University School of Engineering established in 1987. Currently, School of Engineering has eight active departments which are Chemical Engineering (1988), Food Engineering (1990), Mining Engineering (1992), Electronics and Electricity Engineering (1993), Mechanical Engineering (1999), Civil Engineering (2009), Computer Science (2009) and Biomedical Engineering (2012). In addition, university plans to accept students to Industrial Engineering (1987) and Mechatronics Engineering (2012) as soon as possible. The uniquely broad and rigorous education İnönü University School of Engineering offers is a student’s best preparation for a leadership role in engineering or in any of the diverse career paths our graduates follow. Proof of the effectiveness of our approach is the fact that the world has long welcomed İnönü Engineers, who continue to distinguish themselves in almost every field of human endeavor.

Rectors of İnönü University[edit]


Notable Alumni[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.inonu.edu.tr/baglanti.php?id=9
  2. ^ http://www.inonu.edu.tr/baglanti.php?id=9
  3. ^ http://www.inonu.edu.tr/baglanti.php?id=9
  4. ^ http://www.inonu.edu.tr/baglanti.php?id=9
  5. ^ http://www.medtrip.com/hospital/inonu-university-turgut-ozal-medical-center
  6. ^ http://www.inonu.edu.tr/baglanti.php?id=9

External links[edit]

Coordinates: 38°19′59″N 38°26′20″E / 38.3331°N 38.4389°E / 38.3331; 38.4389