CEO of Turkish Aerospace Industries (TAI), stated his desire to hire talented engineers and scientists from NUST to work on TAI’s cutting-edge projects.
Mr. Temel Kotil, CEO of Turkish Aerospace Industries (TAI), stated that Pakistan is our first choice for outreach because it is a brotherly country. He also stated his desire to hire talented engineers and scientists from NUST to work on TAI’s cutting-edge projects.
NUST Rector stated that NUST provides a comprehensive knowledge ecosystem based on a Quadruple Helix Model, where the presence of industrial R&D centres and labs such as Turkish Aerospace Industries is critical.
A high-level delegation led by Mr Temel Kotil, CEO of Turkish Aerospace Industries (TAI), paid a visit to NUST Rector Engr Javed Mahmood Bukhari. NUST’s senior management also attended the meeting, which aimed to find new ways to strengthen collaboration between NUST and Turkey in areas such as joint research.
Later, the guests were taken to the NUST School of Interdisciplinary Engineering and Sciences (SINES), where they were shown around various labs and informed about the school’s robust and impactful research and innovative solutions, which draw on NUST’s interdisciplinary strengths.
SIES is a multidisciplinary school that offers undergraduate and graduate programs in a range of fields, including engineering, natural sciences, and social sciences. The school aims to provide students with a strong foundation in science and engineering, as well as the skills and knowledge needed to solve complex problems and develop innovative solutions.
Turkish Aerospace Industries (TAI) values the talent and skills of engineers and scientists from the National University of Sciences and Technology (NUST) in Pakistan, and has a positive relationship with the country.
TAI was founded in 1984 and is headquartered in Ankara, Turkey. The company has a wide range of capabilities, including design, development, manufacturing, testing, and maintenance of aircraft and aerospace systems.
TAI has developed several aircraft, including the T129 ATAK helicopter, the ANKA UAV, and the TF-X national fighter jet. TAI also works on space projects, such as the Göktürk-1 and Göktürk-2 Earth observation satellites. TAI has partnerships and collaborations with various national and international organizations and companies in the aerospace industry.