Ankara, Turkey’s capital and second largest city, lies at the heart of Anatolia. The city has a mean elevation of 938 meters (3,077 ft). The historical center of Ankara is situated upon a rocky hill, which rises 150 m (492 ft.) above the plain on the bank of Ankara Cayi, a tributary of the Sakarya… View Page


Middle East Technical University

The symposium venue is Middle East Technical University (METU), Ankara. The University located in the western part of the city has quite a large area (44 sq km) which also comprises lake Eymir. The campus itself occupies only the northern tip of this area close to Eskisehir road. The University established in 1956 moved to its … View Page



Ankara is within easy reach with direct flighst from international hubs such as Istanbul ( two airports; Ataturk and Sabiha Gokcen), Antalya, Munich and Doha. Ankara Esenboga Airport  is in the north of the city, and  connected to the city center with shuttle services run by HAVAS and  Belko Air which operates 24 hours. The cost 10 TL … View Page



Please check if you require visa to enter Turkey from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs website. If you need to apply for a visa before your arrival, we can send you an invitation letter either as a pdf file or through postal services. This bears the condition that either you have to have an accepted paper … View Page