Technology Transfer Office

Teknopark Istanbul Technology Transfer Office (TTO) was established in 2014 in order to promote the development with scientific and technological knowledge, to commercialize the information generated and to support technology transfer.

Teknopark Istanbul TTO, which is one of the first TTOs that are not affiliated to any university and serves as Technology Transfer Directorate within Teknopark Istanbul, was established in a structure established to develop collaborations between the university and the industry and inside the industry and support technology-oriented entrepreneurship.

Technology Transfer Offices (TTO), established in 2016, were entitled to receive TÜBİTAK (Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey) - 1601 Capacity Building for Innovation and Entrepreneurship Grant Programme support with the call for Installation and Capacity Increase in Technology Development Zones for 3 years as of 2017.

Considering the services in 5 modules expected from the TTOs affiliated to universities by TÜBİTAK, Teknopark was built in 4 modules to provide services in accordance with the potential of Istanbul.

  1. Collaboration Development 
  2. Project Development 
  3. Industrial Property Rights 
  4. Cluster Supports

As a consequence of these activities, TTO's aim is to provide the protection of technology and to mediate the economy with the idea, invention, innovation, and high value-added information.



To be a leading Technology Transfer Office, contributing to the enrichment of our country's knowledge accumulation, to the international competitiveness of our country, to the establishment of new business areas and new companies, to the implementation of knowledge and technology available in our universities and companies and to the creation of an innovation culture by providing national and international technology transfer.


In line with our country's target strategies, serving as a leading interface institution to strengthen University-Industry collaborations and collaborations within the industry, transform knowledge into value in the technology transfer ecosystem, expand R&D and innovative activities, protect intellectual and industrial property rights, and commercialize technology with high added value by launching technology into the economy.