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TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT

PURPOSE AND CONTENT OF THE PROGRAM

The purpose of the program is to up skill the civil and military personal trained in different disciplines in product and process design in the field of defense industry about developing a strategy, policy and practice planning. They are equipped with the ability to evaluate the results in the frame of quality processes.

Technology Management Graduate Program is a two stage integrated program of both masters and doctorate programs. The aim of the program is to give the necessary education for the purpose of making extensive studies which puts a new face on science or technology and developing a new scientific method or technologic product/process or applying an already existing method to a new field. Thus, the people who will work as planners and operator in the defense industry and in organizations about technology will be given the background information. Moreover, they will be able to come up with scientific approaches to problems.

The general purpose of the masters program with thesis is to contribute to the constitution of a stock of scientific military practices, to encourage the military and civil researchers to study on defense industry and technology, and to give this personal the basic principles of technology ranged institutions and establishments. The program achieves these aims by raising qualified man power which will provide an efficient use of advanced technologies in the field of defense industry.

The general purpose of the doctorate program is to provide a guidance for coordinating, planning on the basis of technology establishment with a micro approach. In addition to this, the aim is to provide the skill and information for doing researches on technological prediction countrywide, technological planning, determining, applying and checking a policy of science and technology.

STRUCTURE OF THE PROGRAM

Defense Sciences Institute Technology Management Graduate Programs will be carried out according to the data given below.

Master Program With Thesis 90-120 ECTS
Minimum 9 courses of 27 credits
Seminar
Dissertation Study
Compulsory Courses of Master Program With Thesis Introduction to Technology Management
System Engineering Configuration Management
Research Development Administration
National Security and Technology
Research Methods in Technology Management
Seminar
Doctorate Program 180-240 ECTS
Minimum 9 courses of 27 credits
Planning and Assessment-Evaluation in Education (Academic Staff)
Proficiency Exam
Dissertation Study
Compulsory Courses of the Doctorate Program Research and Development and Innovation
Special Subjects in Technology Management
Technological Research Methods

Technology Management Department Elective Courses

Code Name of the course Theory Practice Credit ECTS
- Network Enabled Capability 3 0 3 6
- Network Systems and Technology 3 0 3 6
- Science in the Information Age and Technology 3 0 3 6
- Information Technology Management 3 0 3 6
- Information Management 3 0 3 6
- Computer Aided Design and Manufacture 3 0 3 6
- Energy Management 3 0 3 6
- Intellectual Property Rights 3 0 3 6
- Advanced Ballistics and Modern Ammunition 3 0 3 6
- Decision Support Systems 3 0 3 6
- Globalization and Technology Management 3 0 3 6
- Modern System Theory 3 0 3 6
- Engineering Economy 3 0 3 6
- Engineering Management 3 0 3 6
- Systematic Design 3 0 3 6
- Systems Engineering Applications 3 0 3 6
- Strategic Technology Management 3 0 3 6
- Technology  Transfer 3 0 3 6
- Technology and Industrial Strategies 3 0 3 6
- Technology and Working Organization 3 0 3 6
- Effect Analysis of Technology Investments 3 0 3 6
- Technology Management Processes 3 0 3 6
- Telecommunications 3 0 3 6
- National Innovation Systems 3 0 3 6
- Satellite and Rocket Technologies 3 0 3 6
- Innovation in Production Engineering 3 0 3 6
- Database management System 3 0 3 6
- Software Engineering 3 0 3 6
- Emerging Technologies 3 0 3 6

MILITARY ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS ENGINEERING MASTER PROGRAM

Purpose of Program: By means of  the lectures, applications and M.S. thesis given in this program, it is aimed that students;

  • follow the rapid technological developments in the defense industry,
  • make scientific studies of the problematic areas of ongoing projects and critical technologies,
  • learn the design and production of the principals of critical military electronic systems and the international standards and the utilization concepts.

MILITARY ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS ENGINEERING MASTER PROGRAM

1. Semester 2. Semester
Compulsory Course
Compulsory Course
Elective Course
Elective Course
Compulsory Course
Compulsory Course
Elective Course
Elective Course
3. Semester 4. Semester
Seminar Course
Thesis
Thesis
Option A Military Electro-Optical Systems and Sensors
Option B Electronic Warfare
Option C Control and Robotic Systems
Option D Military Communications Systems

MILITARY ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS ENGINEERING MASTER (M.S.) PROGRAM COURSES

Code Course Hours/Week Credit
Compulsory (A,B,C,D) Advanced Engineering Mathematics 3+0+0 3
Compulsory (A,B,C,D) Statistical Signal Analysis 3+0+0 3
Compulsory (A) Electro-Optical and Infrared Sensors 3+0+0 3
Compulsory (A) Sensors and Applications 3+0+0 3
Compulsory (B) Electronic Warfare 3+0+0 3
Compulsory (B) Radar Systems 3+0+0 3
Compulsory (C) Autonomous Control and Robotic Systems 3+0+0 3
Compulsory(C) Military Unmanned Vehicle Systems 3+0+0 3
Compulsory(D) Military Communications Systems 3+0+0 3
Compulsory(D) Modern Communication Techniques 3+0+0 3
Elective Nanophotonics 3+0+0 3
Elective Military Electro-Optical and Imaging Systems 3+0+0 3
Elective Sensor Fusion 3+0+0 3
Elective Modeling of Semiconductor Devices and Circuits 3+0+0 3
Elective MEMS Technology and Applications 3+0+0 3
Elective Laser Technology and Applications 3+0+0 3
Elective Fundamentals of Nanotechnology 3+0+0 3
Elective Topics Guided Missile Seeker 3+0+0 3
Elective Military Vehicle Systems Integration of Electronicand Electro-Optical Devices 3+0+0 3
Elective Electromagnetic Radiation and Antennas 3+0+0 3
Elective Electromagnetic Interference and Compatibility 3+0+0 3
Elective Military Avionics Systems 3+0+0 3
Elective Guidance and Navigation Systems 3+0+0 3
Elective Unmanned Aerial Systems Technology 3+0+0 3
Elective Electric Drive Technology 3+0+0 3
Elective Artificial Neural Networks 3+0+0 3
Elective Digital Filter Design 3+0+0 3
Elective Digital Filter Design 3+0+0 3
Elective Optical Communications 3+0+0 3
Elective Digital Image Processing 3+0+0 3
Elective Pattern Recognition 3+0+0 3
Elective Optimization Techniques 3+0+0 3
Elective Computer Vision 3+0+0 3

WEAPON SYSTEMS ENGINEERING MASTER PROGRAM

Purpose of Program: By means of  the lectures, applications and M.S. thesis given in this program, it is aimed that students;

  • follow the rapid technological developments in the defense industry,
  • make scientific studies of the problematic areas of ongoing projects and critical technologies,
  • learn the design and production of the principals of weapon systems and the international standards and the utilization concepts.
1. Semester 2. Semester
Compulsory Course
Elective Course
Elective Course
Advanced Engineering Mathematics
Compulsory Courses
Elective Course
Elective Course
Elective Course
3. Semester 4. Semester
Seminar Course
Thesis
Thesis
Option A  Weapon Systems and Ballistics
Option B  Armor Technologies
Option C  Aviation and Helicopter Systems
Option D  Military Vehicle Systems
Option E  Materials and Mechanics
Option F  Energy and Thermal

WEAPON SYSTEMS ENGINEERING MASTER (M.S.) PROGRAM COURSES

Code Course Hours/Week Credit
Compulsory (A) Internal Ballistics and Weapon Thermodynamics 3 3
Weapons Systems Design 3 3
Compulsory (B) Terminal Ballistics 3 3
Impact on Target to Install 3 3
Compulsory (C) Helicopter Engineering-I 3 3
Aviation Engineering 3 3
Compulsory (D) Vehicle Dynamics 3 3
Combat Vehicle Design 3 3
Compulsory (E) Mechanical Behavior and Fracture Mechanicsof Materials 3 3
Materials Science and Engineering 3 3
Compulsory (F) Advanced Fluid Mechanics 3 3
Advanced Heat Transfer 3 3
Compulsory (Common) Advanced Engineering Mathematics 3 3
Elective
Weapon Systems and Ballistics
Design of Small Arms 3 3
Dynamics and Control of Weapons 3 3
Barrel Design 3 3
Exterior Ballistics 3 3
Rocket Engines and Fuels 3 3
Elective
Armor Technologies
Armor Systems Design 3 3
Impact Mechanics 3 3
Munition Systems 3 3
Elective
Aviation and Helicopter Systems
Helicopter Engineering-II 3 3
Guided Munition Systems 3 3
Flight Dynamics 3 3
Computational Fluid Dynamics for Fixed andRotary Wing 3 3
Aircraft Engines and Gas Turbines 3 3
Elective
Military Vehicle Systems
Electric Propulsion Technology 3 3
Directional Navigation Technologies 3 3
Vehicle Power and Propulsion Systems 3 3
Elective
Materials and Mechanics
Theory of Elasticity 3 3
Finite Element Analysis in Mechanical Engineering 3 3
Theory of plasticity 3 3
Mechanics of Composite Materials 3 3
Advanced Strength of Materials 3 3
Continuum Mechanics 3 3
Elective
Energy and Thermal
Advanced Gas Dynamics 3 3
Computational Fluid Mechanics 3 3
Applied Fluid Dynamics 3 3
Advanced Thermodynamics 3 3


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