DEPARK, an ecosystem where industry, public institutions, universities, and other research infrastructures carry out R&D and innovation studies in the same environment, transfer information and technology between them, and integrate academic, economic, and social structure, was established in 2013 with 14 partners, and its 77.33% shares belong to Dokuz Eylül University.


Today, DEPARK, which hosts more than 100 R&D companies and more than 1,000 R&D personnel, continues its activities with Alfa and Beta Buildings (TDA-1) in Tınaztepe Campus, and Zeytin Building and Nar Building in İnciraltı Campus.


DEPARK, contributing to the development of local and national development-oriented entrepreneurship with R&D and innovation-based projects and collaborations, includes R&D projects of companies from different sectors, pre-incubation and incubation processes of entrepreneur and entrepreneur candidates, and the advantages of the technopark environment in the way of sectoral incorporation/internationalization.


DEPARK, Türkiye’s First Specialized Health Technopark, is a technopark that is open to new projects and collaborations in the health field, and its vision is founded on innovation. DEPARK, with its innovative atmosphere required by the R&D and innovation climate, along with providing the services needed in the national and international marketing reach of the developed technologies, also conducts the TÜBİTAK 1513-Technology Transfer Offices Support ProgramProject(DETTO), which is an important project of Dokuz Eylül University.



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Name : Depark
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Main Sectors : Software, Communication, Health, Medical, Machinery, Food, Mining
Size (m2) : 27900
Number of Companies : 102
Total Employment : 1162