There are 9 different categories for research projects that will make a difference.
Infrastructure, security, management, etc., in order to solve the problems of the cities and increase the living standards of the people of the city. projects aiming to develop accessible, effective, efficient and safe transportation systems with smart solutions developed in SMART CITIES and TRANSPORTATION,
Projects for the solution of environmental problems that hinder sustainable development, energy efficiency, alternative energy sources, storage technologies, etc. in the topics ENERGY and ENVIRONMENT,
Increasing rural development and competitiveness; facilitating the production and access to adequate and safe food; reducing food waste and loss; for projects aiming to develop new systems for the processing, preservation and storage of food FOOD and AGRICULTURE,
Robotics and mechatronics, machine design and manufacturing technologies, automation and control systems, advanced material technologies, hybrid and electric vehicle technologies, new generation motor technologies, etc. projects under the headings of MACHINERY MANUFACTURING and AUTOMOTIVE,
Aiming to meet the needs of national security and to ensure the technological independence of our country in the defense, aviation and space sectors; satellite, communication, remote sensing, data processing, sensor technologies, defense informatics, weapons and ammunition technologies, etc. for innovative and applicable projects developed in the fields DEFENSE, SPACE and AVIATION,
Innovative ideas for solving social problems; With entrepreneurial ideas that will contribute to development and employment, human rights, migration, disaster management, poverty, etc. projects aiming to create social change in SOCIAL INNOVATION AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP categories are among the University Students Research Project Competitions.
TEKNOFEST Aviation, Space and Technology Festival, which aims to raise awareness of technology and science in the whole society since the day it started, and to increase the human resources trained in the fields of science and engineering in Turkey, is led by the Turkish Technology Team Foundation and the TR Ministry of Industry and Technology. It is organized together with 71 stakeholder institutions, including technology companies, public institutions, media organizations and universities.