Interconnected Areas of Research: Collaborations in Social Innovation

Fındık , Derya


Quality assessment of the armourstones for some Black Sea rubble mound breakwaters
Özden, Utku Ahmet; Topal, Tamer; Department of Geological Engineering (2006)
Black Sea coast line is a hazardous region especially in winter due to the dominant wave action. Therefore, rubble mound breakwaters used as ship shelters are vital structures especially for the fishermen. Construction of the breakwater requires good quality durable armourstones. Due to the nature of the rubble mound breakwaters, armourstones having various sizes and types are used in the construction of these structures. The deterioration of these armourstones with time in the form of abrasion and disinteg...
Cohesion and Competition of Europe: Innovation Policy from the Perspective of Networks and Entropy
ÇETİNKAYA, Umut Yilmaz; Erdil, Erkan (2016-01-01)
This study analyzes the innovation performance of the European Union in the context of the European Research Area (ERA). Literature related to the Systems of Innovation, network studies, Framework Programs and the European Research Area will be used to establish a theoretical framework for policy analysis. It forms a database from three different resources to establish a European Research and Innovation Network, which appears as a result of policy and program implementation at the European level. The evalua...
Comment on 'Rockfall avalance deposits associated with normal faulting in the NW of the Cankiri basin: implications for the post-collisional tectonic evolution of the Neo-Tethyan suture zone' by G. Seyitoglu, N. Kazanci, L. Karadenizli, S. Sen, B. Varol, and T. Karabiyikoglu
Kaymakcı, Nuretdin (Wiley, 2003-04-01)
Seyitoglu et al. (2000) described their interpretation, based on a single fault surface and rockfall avalanche deposits previously mapped as a W-vergent thrust klippen above the Neogene successions in the Hancili Basin, that in central Anatolia there was a single extensional basin throughout the Miocene - Early Pliocene. It was later fragmented by a structural high of Neo-Tethyan ophiolitic basement bounded by an E-vergent thrust fault in the east along the western margin of the Cankiri Basin and a west-dip...
Evaluation of innovation indicators: the Turkish case as a developing country
Günel, Ayşegül; Pamukcu, Mehmet Teoman; Department of Science and Technology Policy Studies (2009)
In knowledge society theory, wealth is created by production of knowledge and information which are basic sources of innovation. Innovation has vital importance for providing firms survival and competitive power together with enabling countries sustained economic progress and competitiveness. Because of its importance, measuring innovation becomes necessary for evaluating countries’ performance and policymaking. First attempts to develop measurement framework for innovation was achieved by OECD via the Oslo...
Seismic investigation of the crustal structure in central Anatolia.
Türkelli, Niyazi; Erdik, Mustafa; Department of Geological Engineering (1984)
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