ACADEMIC EVALUATION CRITERIA

Eastern Mediterranean University Rector's Office sets the following criteria pursuant to the Article 6 of "Eastern Mediterranean University Academic Staff Title By-law" with the approval of Eastern Mediterranean University Executive Board.

 

ÜYK 12.04.2011

11/577-2

ÜYK 16.12.2020

20/276-10

GENERAL RULES

The following rules apply for all disciplines:

1.      All the other criteria regarding the first-time appointment as professorial staff (Assist. Prof., Assoc. Prof. & Prof.) and extension of the period of duty is as stated in EMU Rules and Regulations. Academic Evaluation Criteria are used for first-time appointment and promotional purposes.

2.      “National” or “domestic” events refer to events taking place in Turkey, TRNC or home country of the professorial staff which are not regarded as international events.

3.      Scoring of joint work is conducted as stated at the end of the discipline score distribution chart, if not defined otherwise. If nothing has been specified about the scoring, the author gets full points in publications with a single author, and the score is divided equally among the authors in publications with multiple authors. The chart in question is not used for joint event scorings in doctoral and assistant professorship evaluations. All publications are evaluated separately based on the principle of “single author”.

4.      Criteria for disciplines that are not mentioned in this document is to be added to the present criteria upon the decision of University Executive Board on the matter. However, in case of an urgent need for these disciplines, in accordance with the general applications in other disciplines; Inter-University Council criteria for associate professorship will be sought for promotions to associate professorship, and twice the criteria for associate professorship for promotions to professorship.

5.      Bearing in mind the Science Disciplines and Key Words list accessible at  TR Inter-University Council’s website (the Associate Professorship Application Requirements tab available under the Associate Professorship Information System page), candidates must specify a science discipline and a minimum of 1 (one), maximum of 3 (three) keywords related to the specified field of science.

6.      Language proficiency requirements for applicants;

a.      For Associate Professorship application, candidates must score the points specified below out of 100 points from international foreign language exams accepted as equivalent to the central foreign language exams by the Higher Education Council;

                                                      i.      minimum 80 points for candidates who work in English-medium programs,

                                                    ii.      minimum 65 points for candidates who work in Turkish-medium programs.

b.      For Assistant Professorship or Professorship application, at least one of the criteria below should be met;

                                                      i.      Candidates must obtain following points out of 100 points from international foreign language exams accepted as equivalent to the central foreign language exams by the Higher Education Council;

1.      minimum 80 points for candidates who work in English-medium programs,

2.      minimum 65 points for candidates who work in Turkish-medium programs.

                                                    ii.      The candidate’s mother tongue being English.

                                                   iii.      Candidate is required to meet the following criteria;

1.      Completing at least two of the undergraduate, postgraduate or doctorate degrees in an English-medium Program in the event of working in an English-medium program,

2.      Completing at least one of the undergraduate, postgraduate or doctorate degrees in an English-medium Program in the event of working in a Turkish-medium program.

7.      Mandatory Total Points might be increased if all the special conditions for disciplines have been met.

8.      Each piece of work is scored by being included in only one section of the ADEK score table (including Att. A).

9.      For all disciplines, candidates are obliged to get 20 points for Associate Professorship and 40 points for Professorship from the scorecard stated in Att. A (old ADEK scorecard).

ABBREVIATIONS

    SCI–Expanded :     Science Citation Index-Expanded

    SSCI :                     Social Sciences Citation Index

    AHCI :                    Arts and Humanities Citation Index

    ULAKBİM :             Turkish Academic Network and Information Center

    EU Framework Programs: They are one of the Community Programs established by the EU in order to bring the national policies and practices of the member and candidate countries in various fields closer to each other.

DEFINITIONS

Primary Author: A candidate is referred as the primary author in publications stated below:

(a)   Single-author article

(b)   An article written with post graduate student(s) for whom the candidate is the supervisor (multiple students and a second supervisor can participate in the study)

(c)    Being listed as the first author of a multiple-author publication (for only disciplines of “Health Sciences” and “Sports Sciences”)

(d)   For “Educational Sciences”, “Philology”, “Law” and “Social, Humanities and Administrative Sciences” disciplines, meeting only one of the above-mentioned criteria ((a), (b) or(c)) is adequate for the Professorship title.

 

National Publishing House: A publishing house carrying on business at the national level for at least five years, and whose publications are catalogued in university libraries in Turkey and lastly, who has published minimum of 20 books of different authors in the same genre.

 

International Publishing House: A publishing house carrying on business at the international level for at least five years, and whose publications are catalogued in university libraries around the world and lastly, who has published minimum of 20 books of different authors in the same genre.

 

International Scientific Meeting: A meeting with a scientific board consisting of scientists from different countries where the presentations are subject to a scientific preliminary examination before they are accepted to the meeting.

 

National Scientific Meeting: A meeting with a scientific board consisting of scientists from different organizations at a national level where the presentations are subject to a scientific preliminary examination before they are accepted to the meeting.

 

International Patent: Patent application with a research report by international research offices (PCT - Patent Cooperation Treaty) that the invention contains a new and inventive step.

 

National Patent: Patent application with a research report by the Turkish Patent Institute that the invention contains a new and inventive step

 

Published Article: Original, printed or electronically published article, provided that it has contributed to science in its field

 

Personal Activity/Event: Activities or events such as art, art design and project exhibitions. Solo exhibitions consist of multiple work of the candidate. Maximum 25% of previous studies can take place in the next event/project. Documentation is compulsory.

Exhibition: Solo or joint/group events (minimum 2 participants) containing the art work of the candidate.

Context-oriented Work: Two- or three-dimensional art works designed for a specific place or environment, comprehensive architectural space design applications

Art Workshop / Symposium: An art event attended by elected or invited artists. Participants are required to create and exhibit at least one artwork during the workshop and symposium. It is compulsory to document the invitation letter and the created artwork.

Event Management – Production / Curatorship: Project designing of art events; organizing exhibitions in accordance with the context of the events; inviting artists to the exhibitions whose art form fit the scope of the exhibition; coordinating the press and public relation matters of the exhibition; administering applied events like workshop and symposium.

Exhibiting Art-work in Museums: Personal work such as artwork, design or projects being purchased by public or private museums or donating such work to the museums for exhibitions.

Works/studies Appearing in Publications: Artwork, projects, designs, applications appearing in publishing organs such as books, encyclopedia, catalogue, magazine, TV and movie etc. (with the exception of publications partaking of an announcement or advertisement).

Jury membership: Undertaking duty as a jury member in related projects, design and art events (excluding the Thesis and Associate Professorship juries).

Reviews: Comments, critics and reviews published about important art events (solo/group exhibitions, art biennales, art symposiums, film competitions and festivals) in catalogues, newspapers and magazines.


EDUCATIONAL SCIENCES DISCIPLINE

 

Those who have a doctorate degree in the field of elementary school teacher education will choose elementary education as their scientific field and keywords suitable for their field of study. The same is valid for those who have a doctorate degree in science, social studies and mathematics teacher education programs, all of which are other programs of the field of elementary education.

Area indexes= Education related indexes included in ISI Database: Australian Education Index, British Education Index, Journals Indexed in ERIC, Education Full Text (H. W. Wilson) Database Coverage List

 

Conditions for the Appointment of a PhD Jury

Educational Sciences Discipline

Type

Point

SPECIAL CONDITION

Appointment of the PhD Jury

Total scientific activities

21

Minimum one publication in Type 1.A)

 

Educational Sciences Discipline Criteria

Application Requirements

Type

Points

Assistant Professorship

Associate Professorship

Professorship

Special Conditions

Minimum Points

Special Conditions

Minimum Points

Special Conditions

Minimum Points

1.

International Publication

Full research papers in the discipline of science applied (except letter to editor, abstract, compilation, technical note and book review)

A)

 

Paper published in a journal covered by the SSCI, SCI-Expanded or AHCI, not including letters to the editor, abstract or book review

20

A minimum of 2 publications from Type 1.A) (In publications produced from a thesis, the candidate is considered as the primary author.) 

24

On the condition that it has not been produced from the postgraduate or specialty theses prepared by the candidate, it is obligatory to get at least 20 points within the scope of Sections A) or B), with at least one item from Section A).

 

30

 

After the associate professorship, at least two publications are required under Section A) of this Article, at least one of which should indicate the candidate as the primary author.

60

B)

Paper published in journals covered by international indexes, not including letters to the editor, abstract or book review.

15

C)

 

A book review publication that contributes to science in the relevant field of publications specified in Sections A) or B) of this article

5

2.

National Publication

 

On the condition that the paper is related to the discipline of science applied and has not been produced from the postgraduate or specialty theses prepared by the candidate

A)

Papers published in national refereed journals covered by ULAKBIM

8

 

 

It is mandatory to publish at least three papers, two of which should be under Section A) of this article. If candidates other than those with Turkish citizenship and candidates who have  applied for the recognition/equivalency of the associate professorship obtained abroad cannot meet the requirement for papers published in national refereed journals indexed by ULAKBİM, they are expected to provide the same number of publications under Sections A) and / or B) of Article 1 instead.

8

For candidates with Turkish citizenship, a minimum of three publications, two of which are within the scope of Section A) of this article, are required. If the candidates cannot meet the requirement for papers published in national refereed journals indexed by ULAKBİM, they are expected to provide the same number of publications in scope of Sections A) and/or B) of Article 1 instead.

16

B)

Articles published in national refereed journals other than those specified in Section A).

4

3.

Publications Produced from Postgraduate Theses

 

On the condition that the paper is related to the postgraduate or specialty theses prepared by the candidate

A)

Book published by international publishers

10

At least 1 publication is required in scope of this article.

A maximum of 10 points can be obtained from this article.

 

At least 1 publication is required in scope of this article. A maximum of 10 points can be obtained from this article.

 

 

At least 1 publication is required in scope of this article. A maximum of 10 points can be obtained from this article.

 

 

B)

Chapter in a book published by international publishers

8

C)

Book published by national publishing houses.

5

D)

Chapter in a book published by national publishing houses

4

E)

Paper published in a journal covered by SSCI, SCI, SCI-Expanded and AHCI.

8

F)

Paper published in journals covered by an international index

6

G)

Paper published in journals covered by ULAKBIM

4

4.

Book

On the condition that it has not been produced from the postgraduate or specialty theses prepared by the candidate and is related to the field of science applied

A)

Book published by international publishers

20

Within the scope of this article, only original scientific books, other than textbooks, can be scored; Only one of the chapters in the same book is taken into account. Three or more of field-specific encyclopedia articles are considered a book chapter.

 

Within the scope of this article, only original scientific books, other than textbooks, can be scored. Only one of the chapters in the same book is taken into consideration. Three or more of field-specific encyclopedia articles are considered a book chapter.

 

Within the scope of this article, only original scientific books, other than textbooks, can be scored. Only one of the chapters in the same book is taken into consideration. Three or more of field-specific encyclopedia articles are considered a book chapter. Translation of a book for Professorship is considered only under Section D) of this article.

50 points at most can be obtained within the scope of this article.

 

B)

Editorship of a book or authorship of a book chapter published by international publishers

10

C)

Book published by national publishing houses

15

D)

Editorship of a book or authorship of a book chapter published by national publishers

8

5.

Citations

 

A)

Regardless of the number of citations in the text,  for each cited work of the candidate, published in journals, not authored by the candidate, but covered by SCI, SCI-Expanded, SSCI and AHCI and in books, again not authored by the candidate, but published by international publishing houses 

3

 

 

A maximum of 30 points can be obtained in scope of this article.

20

A maximum of 80 points can be obtained in scope of this article.

50

B)

Regardless of the number of citations in the text, for each cited work of the candidate published in journals, not authored by the candidate, but covered by indexes other than SCI, SCI-Expanded, SSCI and AHCI and in each of the publications published by international publishing houses as a chapter in books, again not authored by the candidate,

2

C)

Regardless of the number of citations in the text, for each cited work of the candidate published in national refereed journals and books published by national publishing houses and not authored by the candidate, 

1

6.

Postgraduate

Thesis Supervision

From the Completed Postgraduate Theses Supervised

A)

PhD Thesis Supervision

4

A maximum of 10 points can be obtained in scope of this article. In the event of a second / co-supervisor, the primary supervisor receives all of the points stipulated for Sections A) and B), and the secondary supervisor receives half.

 

A maximum of 10 points can be obtained in scope of this article. In the event of a secondary / co-supervisor, the primary supervisor receives all of the points stipulated for Sections A) and B), and the secondary supervisor receives half.

4 times of the missing points must be obtained from A), B) and C) Sections of Article 1.

 

* For candidates who apply for fields which have no postgraduate programs with thesis, 1.5 times of the missing points must be obtained from A), B) and C) Sections of Article 1.

6

A maximum of 40 points can be obtained in scope of this article. In the event of a secondary/co-supervisor, the primary supervisor receives all of the points stipulated for Sections A) and B) and the secondary supervisor receives half.

4 times of the missing points must be obtained from A), B) and C) Sections of Article 1, with at least 1 from the A) Section of Article 1.

 

* For candidates who apply for fields which have no postgraduate programs with thesis, 1.5 times of the missing points must be obtained from the A), B), and C) Sections of Article 1, with at least 1 from Section A of Article 1.

12

B)

Master’s Thesis Supervision

2

7.

Scientific Research Project

 

A)

Coordinator/ chief researcher in an ongoing or successfully completed EU Framework Program scientific research project.

15

A maximum of 20 points can be obtained from this article.

 

A maximum of 20 points can be obtained from this article.

 

A maximum of 60 points can be obtained in scope of this article.

 

B)

Co-researcher in an ongoing or successfully completed EU Framework Program scientific research project.

10

C)

Undertaking duties (not including compilation and report writing work) in ongoing or successfully completed, internationally supported scientific research projects, other than those specified in Sections A) and B).

6

D)

Undertaking duties in scientific research projects, either ongoing or successfully completed, carried out with public institutions other than the universities.

4

8.

Scientific Meeting

Activity

On the condition that the work is related with the field of science applied and not produced from the postgraduate theses prepared by the candidate 

A)

Work presented in international scientific meetings (excluding posters), with the full text or abstract published in the proceedings booklet either in print or electronically.

3

A maximum of 10 points can be obtained in scope of this article. Two papers presented at the same meeting are scored at most.

4

A maximum of 10 points can be obtained in scope of this article. Only one paper presented at the same meeting is scored at most.

6

A maximum of 25 points can be obtained in scope of this article. A maximum of two papers presented in the same meeting are scored.

12

B)

Work presented in national scientific meetings (excluding posters), with the full text or summary published in the proceedings booklet either in print or electronically.

2

9.

Educational Activity

Open, distance or face-to-face course offered after the completion of PhD. studies.

A)

A master’s or PhD course for one semester.

3

 

 

A maximum of 4 points can be obtained in scope of this article. Those who have been involved in educational activities in domestic or international higher education institutions recognised by the Council of Higher Education (YÖK) for a minimum period of 2 years are deemed to have obtained 2 points.  

3

A maximum of 8 points can be obtained in scope of this article. Those who have been involved in educational activities in domestic or international higher education institutions recognised by the Council of Higher Education (YÖK) for a minimum period of 2 years are deemed to have obtained 2 points.  

6

B)

An associate or undergraduate course for one semester

2

Total Required Points

28

Total Required Points

73

Total Required Points

156

Minimum Points

30

Minimum Points

120

Minimum Points

240

Total Minimum Points

30

Att-A By adding 20 points to be taken from the former ADEK Score Table

140

Att-A By adding 40 points to be taken from the former ADEK Score Table

280

Having at least one hundred and twenty (120) points in scientific activity on the basis of the unit points assigned to the work above in the field of associate professorship applied in the Educational Sciences discipline and provided that at least one hundred and ten (110) points of it have been obtained from the work carried out after the obtainment of the doctoral title. Each piece of work is scored only in one section in the table above.

 

In publications with a single author, the author gets full points. For publications with multiple authors, the score is divided equally among the authors.


 

PHYSICAL SCIENCES AND MATHEMATICS DISCIPLINE

 

Conditions for the Appointment of a PhD Jury

Physical Sciences and Mathematics Discipline

Type

Point

SPECIAL CONDITION

Appointment of the PhD Jury

Total scientific activities

21

Minimum one publication in Type 1.A)

 

 

Physical Sciences and Mathematics Discipline Criteria

Application Requirements

Type

Points

Assistant Professorship

Associate Professorship

Professorship

Special Conditions

Minimum Points

Special Conditions

Minimum Points

Special Conditions

Minimum Points

1.

Publications

Full research papers in the field of science applied (except letter to editor, abstract, compilation, technical note and book review)

A)

Paper published in a journal covered by the SSCI, SCI-Expanded or AHCI,

20

A minimum of 2 publications from Type 1.A) . (In publications produced from a thesis, the candidate is considered as the primary author)

24

 

On the condition that it has not been produced from the postgraduate theses prepared by the candidate,  the candidate is expected to be the primary author in at least one paper in scope of this Article’s Section A) after having completed PhD studies.

45



 

After the associate professorship, at least two publications indicating the candidate as the primary author are required under the Section A) of this article. After the associate professorship, in the fields of Biological Sciences and Molecular Biology and Genetics,

only one primary author requirement is sought.

 

In the event of the minimum score requirement of 90 not being obtained for these fields only, the missing score up to 15 points can be additionally obtained from Article 1.C).

90

B)

Papers published in other international, refereed journals

8

 

 

 

 

C)

Papers published in national, refereed journals covered by ULAKBIM

8

In scope of this Article, the obtainment of a minimum of 8 points is required. If candidates other than those with Turkish citizenship and candidates who have  applied for the recognition/equivalency of the associate professorship obtained abroad cannot meet the requirement for papers published in national refereed journals indexed by ULAKBİM, they are expected to provide the same amount of points under Section A)  of this Article instead.

 

 

 

 

8

For candidates with Turkish citizenship, a minimum of 8 points within the scope of Section C) of this article, is required. If the candidates cannot meet the requirement for papers published in national refereed journals indexed by ULAKBİM, they are expected to provide the same amount of points in scope of the Section A) of Article 1 instead.

16

2.

Publications Produced from Postgraduate Theses

On the condition that the paper is related to the postgraduate theses prepared by the candidate

A)

Paper published in a journal covered by the SSCI, SCI-Expanded or AHCI

10

At least 1 publication is required in scope of this article. A maximum of 10 points can be obtained from this article.

 

 


At least 1 publication is required in scope of this article. A maximum of 10 points can be obtained from this article.

 

 



At least 1 publication is required in scope of this article. A maximum of 10 points can be obtained from this article.

 

 

B)

Paper published in other international and national refereed journals.

5

C)

Oral presentation, contributing to science in the relevant field, delivered at an international symposium / congress and published in full text

5

D)

Oral presentation, contributing to science in the relevant field, delivered at a national symposium/congress and published in full text.

3

3.

Book

 

On the condition that it has not been produced from the postgraduate theses prepared by the candidate and is related to the field of science applied

A)

Book published by international publishers

20

 

 

In scope of this article, two chapters in the same book are taken into consideration at most.

A maximum of 20 points can be obtained in scope of this article.

 

In scope of this article, two chapters in the same book are taken into consideration at most.

 Translation of a book for Professorship is considered only under Section D) of this article.

50 points at most can be obtained within the scope of this article.

 

 

B)

Editorship of a book or authorship of a book chapter published by international publishers

10

C)

Book published by national publishing houses

15

D)

Editorship of a book or authorship of a book chapter published by national publishers

8

4.

Patent

Provided that it is related to the field of science applied for

A)

International patent

20

In patents, points are divided by the number of people.

 

In patents, points are divided by the number of people.

 

In patents, points are divided by the number of people.

 

B)

National patent

10

5.

Citations

 

A)

Regardless of the number of citations in the text,  for each cited work of the candidate, published in journals, not authored by the candidate, but covered by SCI-Expanded, SSCI and AHCI and in books, again not authored by the candidate, but published by international publishing houses 

3

 

 

A maximum of 30 points can be obtained in scope of this article.

20

A maximum of 80 points can be obtained in scope of this article.

50

B)

Regardless of the number of citations in the text, for each cited work of the candidate published in journals, not authored by the candidate, but covered by indexes other than SCI-Expanded, SSCI and AHCI and in each of the publications published by international publishing houses as a chapter in books, again not authored by the candidate,

2

C)

Regardless of the number of citations in the text, for each cited work of the candidate published in national refereed journals and books published by national publishing houses and not authored by the candidate, 

1

6.

Postgraduate Thesis Supervision

From the Completed Postgraduate Theses Supervised

A)

PhD. thesis supervision

4

 

 



A maximum of 10 points can be obtained in scope of this article. In the event of a secondary / co-supervisor, the primary supervisor receives all of the points stipulated for Sections A) and B), and the secondary supervisor receives half.

4 times of the missing points must be obtained from the A) and B) sections of Article 1.

 

* For candidates who apply for fields which have no postgraduate programs with thesis, 1.5 times of the missing points must be obtained from the A) and B) Sections of Article 1.

 

 

6


*
A maximum of 40 points can be obtained in scope of this article. In the event of a secondary / co-supervisor, the primary supervisor receives all of the points stipulated for Sections A) and B), and the secondary supervisor receives half.

4 times of the missing points must be obtained from A) Section of Article 1.

 

* For candidates who apply for fields which have no postgraduate programs with thesis, 1.5 times of the missing points must be obtained from Section A) of Article 1.

 

12

B)

Master’s thesis supervision

2

7.

Scientific Research Project

 

A)

Coordinator/ chief researcher in an ongoing or successfully completed EU Framework Program scientific research project.

15

A maximum of 20 points can be obtained in scope of this article.

 

A maximum of 20 points can be obtained in scope of this article.

 

A maximum of 60 points can be obtained in scope of this article.

 

B)

Co-researcher in an ongoing or successfully completed EU Framework Program scientific research project.

10

C)

Undertaking duties (not including compilation and report writing work) in ongoing or successfully completed, internationally supported scientific research projects, other than those specified in Sections A) and B).

6

D)

Undertaking duties in scientific research projects, either ongoing or successfully completed, carried out with public institutions other than the universities.

4

8.

Scientific Meeting Activity

On the condition that the work is related with the field of science applied and not produced from the postgraduate theses prepared by the candidate  

A)

Work presented in international scientific meetings (excluding posters), with the full text or abstract published in the proceedings booklet either in print or electronically.

3

A maximum of 10 points can be obtained in scope of this article. Two papers presented at the same meeting are scored at most.

4

A maximum of 10 points can be obtained in scope of this article. Only one paper presented at the same meeting is scored at most.

6

A maximum of 25 points can be obtained in scope of this article. Two papers presented at the same meeting are scored at most

12

B)

Work presented in national scientific meetings (excluding posters), with the full text or abstract published in the proceedings booklet either in print or electronically.

2

9.

Educational Activity

Open, distance or face-to-face course offered after the completion of PhD. studies.

A)

A master’s or PhD course for one semester.

3

 

 

 

A maximum of 4 points can be obtained in scope of this article. Those who have been involved in educational activities in domestic or international higher education institutions recognised by the Council of Higher Education (YÖK) for a minimum period of 2 years are deemed to have obtained 2 points.

3

A maximum of 8 points can be obtained in scope of this article. Those who have been involved in educational activities in domestic or international higher education institutions recognised by the Council of Higher Education (YÖK) for a minimum period of 2 years are deemed to have obtained 2 points

6

B)

An associate or undergraduate course for one semester

2

Total Required Points

28

Total Required Points

88

Total Required Points

186

Minimum Points

30

Minimum Points

120

Minimum Points

240

Total Minimum Points

30

Att-A By adding 20 points to be taken from the former ADEK Score Table

140

Att-A By adding 40 points to be taken from the former ADEK Score Table

280

Having at least one hundred and twenty (120) points in scientific activity on the basis of the unit points assigned to the work above in the field of associate professorship applied in the Physical Sciences and Mathematics discipline and provided that at least one hundred and ten (110) points of it have been obtained from the work carried out after the obtainment of the doctoral title. Each piece of work is scored only in one section in the table above.

                                               
In publications with a single author, the author gets full points. In publications with two authors, the primary author gets 0.8 of the total score whilst the secondary author gets 0.5 of it. In articles with three or more authors, the primary author gets half of the total score, while the other authors share the other half equally. For articles with two or more authors in which the primary author has not been specified, the total score is divided equally among the authors. In other publications (papers, books), the total score is divided equally among the authors.

 

 

 

 

 


 

PHILOLOGY DISCIPLINE

 

Conditions for the Appointment of a PhD Jury

Philology  Discipline

Type

Point

SPECIAL CONDITION

Appointment of the PhD Jury

Total scientific activities

21

Minimum one publication in Type 1.A)

 

 

Philology Discipline Criteria

Application Requirements

Type

Points

Assistant Professorship

Associate Professorship

Professorship

Special Conditions

Minimum Points

Special Conditions

Minimum Points

Special Conditions

Minimum Points

1.

International Publications

On the condition that it is related with the applied field of science

A)

Paper published in a journal covered by the SSCI, SCI-Expanded or AHCI, not including letters to the editor, abstract or book review

20

 

 

On the condition that it has not been produced from the postgraduate or specialty theses prepared by the candidate.

 

Being the primary author in at least one paper produced in scope of the present article’s Section A)

 

B)

Paper published in a journal covered by an international index, not including letters to the editor, abstract or book review.

10

C)

A book review paper that contributes to science in the relevant field of publications in scope of Sections A) or B) of this article

5

2

National Publications

Full research papers in the field of science applied (except letter to editor, abstract, compilation, technical note and book review)

A)

Papers published in national, refereed journals covered by ULAKBIM

8

 

It is mandatory to publish at least four papers, two of which are under Section A) of this article. If candidates other than those with Turkish citizenship cannot meet the requirement for papers published in national refereed journals indexed by ULAKBİM, they are expected to provide the same number of publications under sections A) or B) of Article 1 instead.

 

It is mandatory to publish at least five papers, three of which are under Section A) of this article. Three of these publications, at least two of which should be from Section A), must have been produced after the obtainment of the assistant professorship.  If candidates other than those with Turkish citizenship and candidates who have  applied for the recognition/equivalency of the associate professorship obtained abroad cannot meet the requirement for papers published in national refereed journals indexed by ULAKBİM, they are expected to provide the same number of publications under Sections A) or B) of Article 1, instead.

 

 

It is mandatory to publish at least nine papers, six of which are under Section A) of this article. Three of these publications, at least two of which should be from Section A), must have been produced after the obtainment of the associate professorship.  Candidates with Turkish citizenship can complete their fifth and further publications in accordance with Sections A) and B) of Article 1 “International Publications”.  If candidates other than those with Turkish citizenship and candidates who have  applied for the recognition/equivalency of the professorship obtained abroad cannot meet the requirement for papers published in national refereed journals indexed by ULAKBİM, they are expected to provide the missing amount of publications under Sections A) or B) of Article 1, instead.

 

B)

Papers published in national, refereed journals other than those specified in Section A)

4

3.

Publications Produced from Postgraduate Theses

On the condition that the paper is related to the postgraduate theses prepared by the candidate

A)

Book published by international publishers

10

At least 1 publication is required in scope of this article.

A maximum of 10 points can be obtained from this article.

 

At least 1 publication is required in scope of this article.

A maximum of 10 points can be obtained from this article.

 

At least 1 publication is required in scope of this article.

A maximum of 10 points can be obtained from this article.

 

B)

Chapter in a book published by international publishers

8

C)

Book published by national publishing houses.

5

D)

Chapter in a book published by national publishing houses

4

E)

Paper published in a journal covered by SSCI, SCI-Expanded and AHCI.

8

F)

Paper published in journals covered by an international index

6

G)

Paper published in journals covered by ULAKBIM

4

4.

Book

 

On the condition that it has not been produced from the postgraduate or specialty theses prepared by the candidate and is related to the field of science applied

A)

Book published by international publishers

20

Within the scope of this article, only original scientific books, other than textbooks, can be scored; Only two of the chapters in the same book are taken into account. Three or more of field-specific encyclopedia articles are considered a book chapter

 

 

Within the scope of this article, only original scientific books, other than textbooks, can be scored; Only two of the chapters in the same book are taken into account. Three or more of field-specific encyclopedia articles are considered a book chapter. In scope of this article, at least one publication from Sections A), B) or C) is required.

 

Within the scope of this article, only original scientific books, other than textbooks, can be scored; Only two of the chapters in the same book are taken into account. Three or more of field-specific encyclopedia articles are considered a book chapter. In scope of this article, at least one publication from Sections A), B) or C) is required. Translation of a book for Professorship is considered only under section D) of this article.

50 points at most can be obtained within the scope of this article

 

 

 

B)

Editorship of a book or authorship of a book chapter published by international publishers

10

C)

Book published by national publishers

15

D)

Editorship of a book or authorship of a book chapter published by national publishers

8

5.

Citations

 

A)

 

Regardless of the number of citations in the text,  for each cited work of the candidate, published in journals, not authored by the candidate, but covered by SCI-Expanded, SSCI and AHCI and in books, again not authored by the candidate, but published by international publishing houses

3

 

 

A maximum of 30 points can be obtained in scope of this article.

7

A maximum of 80 points can be obtained in scope of this article.

17

B)

Regardless of the number of citations in the text, for each cited work of the candidate published in journals, not authored by the candidate, but covered by indexes other than SCI-Expanded, SSCI and AHCI and in each of the publications published by international publishing houses as a chapter in books, again not authored by the candidate,

2

C)

Regardless of the number of citations in the text, for each cited work of the candidate published in national refereed journals and books published by national publishing houses and not authored by the candidate, 

1

6.

Postgraduate Thesis Supervision

From the Completed Postgraduate Theses Supervised

A)

PhD Thesis Supervision

4

 

 



A maximum of 10 points can be obtained in scope of this article. In the event of a secondary / co-supervisor, the primary supervisor receives all of the points stipulated for Sections A) and B), and the secondary supervisor receives half.

4 times of the missing points must be obtained from the A), and B) sections of the Article 1.

 

* For candidates who apply for fields which have no postgraduate programs with thesis, 1.5 times of the missing points must be obtained from the A) and B) sections of Article 1.

 

 

 

 

6

A maximum of 40 points can be obtained in scope of this article. In the event of a secondary/co-supervisor, the primary supervisor receives all of the points stipulated for Sections A) and B) and the secondary supervisor receives half.

4 times of the missing points must be obtained from the A) section of Article 1.

 

* For candidates who apply for fields which have no postgraduate programs with thesis, 1.5 times of the missing points must be obtained from Section A) of Article 1.

12

B)

Master’s Thesis Supervision

2

7.

Scientific Research Project

 

A)

Coordinator/ chief researcher in an ongoing or successfully completed EU Framework Program scientific research project.

15

A maximum of 20 points can be obtained from this article.

 

A maximum of 20 points can be obtained from this article.

 

A maximum of 60 points can be obtained from this article.

 

B)

Co-researcher in an ongoing or successfully completed EU Framework Program scientific research project.

10

C)

Undertaking duties (not including compilation and report writing work) in ongoing or successfully completed, internationally supported scientific research projects, other than those specified in Sections A) and B).

6

D)

Undertaking duties in scientific research projects, either ongoing or successfully completed, carried out with public institutions other than the universities.

4

8.

Scientific Meeting

On the condition that the work is related with the field of science applied and not produced from the postgraduate theses prepared by the candidate

A)

Work presented in international scientific meetings (excluding posters), with the full text or abstract published in the proceedings booklet either in print or electronically.

3

 

A minimum of 4 points should be obtained from this section, from which a maximum of 10 points can be obtained in scope of this article. Two papers presented at the same meeting are scored at most.

4

 

A minimum of 8 points should be obtained from this section, from which a maximum of 10 points can be obtained in scope of this article. Only one paper presented at the same meeting is scored at most.

6

A maximum of 25 points can be obtained in scope of this article. A maximum of two papers presented in the same meeting are scored at most.

12

B)

Work presented in national scientific meetings (excluding posters), with the full text or summary published in the proceedings booklet either in print or electronically

2

9.

Educational Activity

Open, distance or face-to-face course offered after the completion of PhD. studies.

A)

A master’s or PhD course for one semester.

3

 

 

 

A maximum of 4 points can be obtained in scope of this article. Those who have been involved in educational activities in domestic or international higher education institutions recognised by the Council of Higher Education (YÖK) for a minimum period of 2 years are deemed to have obtained 2 points

 

 

3

A maximum of 8 points can be obtained in scope of this article. Those who have been involved in educational activities in domestic or international higher education institutions recognised by the Council of Higher Education (YÖK) for a minimum period of 2 years are deemed to have obtained 2 points

 

6

B)

An associate or undergraduate course for one semester

2

Total Required Points

4

Total Required Points

22

Total Required Points

47

Minimum Points

30

Minimum Points

120

Minimum Points

240

Total Minimum Points

30

Att-A By adding 20 points to be taken from the former ADEK Score Table

140

Att-A By adding 40 points to be taken from the former ADEK Score Table

280

Having at least one hundred and twenty (120) points in scientific activity on the basis of the unit points assigned to the work above in the field of associate professorship applied in the Philology discipline and provided that at least one hundred and ten (110) points of it have been obtained from the work carried out after the obtainment of the doctoral title. Each piece of work is scored only in one section in the table above.

 

In publications with a single author, the author gets full points. For publications with multiple authors, the score is divided equally among the authors.

 

 

 


 

LAW DISCIPLINE

 

Conditions for the Appointment of a PhD Jury

Law Discipline

Type

Point

SPECIAL CONDITION

Appointment of the PhD Jury

Total scientific activities

21

Minimum one publication in Type 1.A) or two publications in Type 2.A)

 

 

Law Discipline Criteria

Application Requirements

Type

Points

Assistant Professorship

Associate Professorship

Professorship

Special Conditions

Minimum Points

Special Conditions

Minimum Points

Special Conditions

Minimum Points

1.

International Publication

 

Full research papers in the field of science applied (except letter to editor, abstract, compilation, technical note and book review)

A)

 

Paper published in a journal covered by the SSCI, SCI-Expanded or AHCI, not including letters to the editor, abstract or book review

20

 

 

On the condition that it has not been produced from the postgraduate or specialty theses prepared by the candidate

 

Being the primary author in at least one article in scope of Section A) of this Article.

 

B)

Paper published in a journal covered by an international index, not including letters to the editor, abstract or book review.

10

C)

A book review article that contributes to science in the relevant field of publications in scope of Sections A) or B) of this article

5

2.

National Publication

On the condition that it has not been produced from the postgraduate theses prepared by the candidate and is related to the field of science applied

A)

Papers published in national refereed journals covered by ULAKBIM

10

It is mandatory to publish at least 2 papers from Section A) of this article. If candidates other than those with Turkish citizenship and candidates who have  applied for the recognition/equivalency of the assistant professorship obtained abroad cannot meet the requirement for papers published in national, refereed journals indexed by ULAKBİM, they are expected to provide the missing number of publications under sections A) or B) of Article 1 instead.

 

 

It is mandatory to publish at least five papers, three of which should be under Section A) of this article. Three of these publications, at least two of which should be from Section A), must have been produced after the obtainment of the assistant professorship. Candidates with Turkish citizenship can complete their fifth and further publications in accordance with Sections A) and B) of Article 1 “International Publications”. 

 If candidates other than those with Turkish citizenship and candidates who have  applied for the recognition/equivalency of the associate professorship obtained abroad cannot meet the requirement for papers published in national refereed journals indexed by ULAKBİM, they are expected to provide the missing number of publications under Sections A) or B) of Article 1, instead.

 

 

 

 

It is mandatory to publish at least nine papers, six of which should be under Section A) of this article. Three of these publications, at least two of which should be from Section A), must have been produced after the obtainment of the associate professorship.  Candidates with Turkish citizenship can complete their fifth and further publications in accordance with Sections A) and B) of Article 1 “International Publications”.  If candidates other than those with Turkish citizenship and candidates who have  applied for the recognition/equivalency of the professorship obtained abroad cannot meet the requirement for papers published in national refereed journals indexed by ULAKBİM, they are expected to provide the missing amount of publications under Sections A) or B) of Article 1, instead.

 

 

B)

Articles published in national refereed journals other than those specified in Section A.

5

3.

Publications Produced from Postgraduate Theses

On the condition that the paper is related to the postgraduate theses prepared by the candidate

A)

Book published by international publishers

10

At least 1 publication is required in scope of this article.

A maximum of 10 points can be obtained from this article.

 

At least 1 publication is required in scope of this article.

A maximum of 10 points can be obtained from this article.

 

At least 1 publication is required in scope of this article.

A maximum of 10 points can be obtained from this article.

 

B)

Chapter in a book published by international publishers

8

C)

Book published by national publishing houses.

10

D)

Chapter in a book published by national publishing houses

4

E)

Paper published in a journal covered by SSCI, SCI-Expanded and AHCI.

8

F)

Paper published in journals covered by an international index

6

G)

Paper published in journals covered by ULAKBIM

4

4.

Book

On the condition that it has not been produced from the postgraduate theses prepared by the candidate and is related to the field of science applied

A)

Book with a single author published by international publishing houses

25

In scope of this article, only original scientific books with international literature (monographs), other than textbooks, can be scored.

 

In scope of this article, only original scientific books with international literature (monographs), other than textbooks, can be scored. At least one publication in scope of Sections A), or C) of this article is required.

 

In scope of this article, only original scientific books with international literature (monographs), other than textbooks, can be scored. Following the obtainment of associate professorship, a minimum of one publication in scope of Sections A) or C) of this article is compulsory, Translation of a book for Professorship is considered only under section D) of this article.

50 points at most can be obtained within the scope of this article

 

 

B)

Editorship of a book or authorship of book chapters published by national or international publishing houses or refereed article published in ‘armağans’ with an ISBN code.

10

C)

Book with a single author published by national publishing houses

25

D)

Book with multiple authors published by national or international publishing houses

15

5.

Citations

 

A)

Regardless of the number of citations in the text,  for each cited work of the candidate, published in journals, not authored by the candidate, but covered by SCI-Expanded, SSCI and AHCI and in books, again not authored by the candidate, but published by international publishing houses 

3

 

 

A maximum of 30 points can be obtained in scope of this article.

14

A maximum of 80 points can be obtained in scope of this article.

34

B)

Regardless of the number of citations in the text, for each cited work of the candidate published in journals, not authored by the candidate, but covered by indexes other than SCI-Expanded, SSCI and AHCI and in each of the publications published by international publishing houses as a chapter in books, again not authored by the candidate,

2

C)

Regardless of the number of citations in the text, for each cited work of the candidate published in national refereed journals and books published by national publishing houses and not authored by the candidate, 

2

6.

Postgraduate Thesis Supervision

From the Completed Postgraduate Theses Supervised

A)

PhD Thesis Supervision

4

 

 

 

A maximum of 10 points can be obtained in scope of this article. In the event of a secondary / co-supervisor, the primary supervisor receives all of the points stipulated for Sections A) and B), and the secondary supervisor receives half.

4 times of the missing points must be obtained from the A, and/or B Sections of Article 1 and/or Article 2.

 

* For candidates who apply for fields which have no postgraduate programs with thesis, 1.5 times of the missing points must be obtained from the A and/or B sections of Article 1 and/or Article 2.

 

6

 

A maximum of 40 points can be obtained in scope of this article. In the event of a secondary/co-supervisor, the primary supervisor receives all of the points stipulated for Sections A) and B) and the secondary supervisor receives half.

4 times of the missing points must be obtained from Section A of Article 1 and/or Article 2.

 

* For candidates who apply for fields which have no postgraduate programs with thesis, 1.5 times of the missing points must be obtained from the Section A of Article 1 and/or Article 2.

 

12

B)

Master’s Thesis Supervision

2

7.

Scientific Research Project

 

A)

Coordinator/ chief researcher in an ongoing or successfully completed EU Framework Program scientific research project.

15

A maximum of 20 points can be obtained in scope of this article.

 

A maximum of 20 points can be obtained in scope of this article.

 

A maximum of 60 points can be obtained in scope of this article.

 

B)

Co-researcher in an ongoing or successfully completed EU Framework Program scientific research project.

10

C)

Undertaking duties (not including compilation and report writing work) in ongoing or successfully completed, internationally supported scientific research projects, other than those specified in Sections A) and B).

6

D)

Undertaking duties in scientific research projects, either ongoing or successfully completed, carried out with public institutions other than the universities

4

8.

Scientific Meeting Activities 

On the condition that the work is related with the field of science applied and not produced from the postgraduate theses prepared by the candidate 

A)

Work presented in international scientific meetings (excluding posters), with the full text or abstract published in the proceedings booklet either in print or electronically.

3

A minimum of 4 points should be obtained from this section, from which a maximum of 10 points can be obtained in scope of this article. Maximum two papers presented at the same meeting are scored.

4

A maximum of 10 points can be obtained in scope of this article. Only one paper presented at the same meeting is scored at most.

6

A maximum of 25 points can be obtained in scope of this article. A maximum of two papers presented in the same meeting are scored at most

12

B)

Work presented in national scientific meetings (excluding posters), with the full text or summary published in the proceedings booklet either in print or electronically.

2

9.

Educational Activity

Open, distance or face-to-face course offered after the completion of PhD. studies.

A)

A master’s or PhD course for one semester.

3

 

 

 

A maximum of 4 points can be obtained in scope of this article. Those who have been involved in educational activities in domestic or international higher education institutions recognised by the Council of Higher Education (YÖK) for a minimum period of 2 years are deemed to have obtained 2 points

 

3

A maximum of 8 points can be obtained in scope of this article. Those who have been involved in educational activities in domestic or international higher education institutions recognised by the Council of Higher Education (YÖK) for a minimum period of 2 years are deemed to have obtained 2 points

 

6

B)

An associate or undergraduate course for one semester

2

Total Required Points

4

Total Required Points

29

Total Required Points

64

Minimum Points

30

Minimum Points

120

Minimum Points

240

Total Minimum Points

30

Att-A By adding 20 points to be taken from the former ADEK Score Table

140

Att-A By adding 40 points to be taken from the former ADEK Score Table

280

Having at least one hundred and twenty (120) points in scientific activity on the basis of the unit points assigned to the work above in the field of associate professorship applied in the Law discipline and provided that at least one hundred and ten (110) points of it have been obtained from the work carried out after the obtainment of the doctoral title. Each piece of work is scored only in one section in the table above.

 

In publications with a single author, the author gets full points. For publications with multiple authors, the score is divided equally among the authors.



 


 

ARCHITECTURE, PLANNING AND DESIGN DISCIPLINE

 

International area indexes: • The Avery Index to Architectural Periodicals • DAAI (Design and Applied Arts Index) • Art Index (Art Research Database, EBSCO) • ICONDA (The International Construction Database) • Ergonomics Abstracts (Ergo-Abs)

Conditions for the Appointment of a PhD Jury

Architecture, Planning and Design Discipline

Type

Point

SPECIAL CONDITION

Appointment of the PhD Jury

Total scientific activities

21

Minimum one publication in Type 1.A)

 

Architecture, Planning and Design Field Criteria

Application Requirements

Type

Points

Assistant Professorship

Associate Professorship

Professorship

Special Conditions

Minimum Points

Special Conditions

Minimum Points

Special Conditions

Minimum Points

1.

Publications

 

Full research papers in the field of science applied (except letter to editor, abstract, compilation, technical note and book review)

A)

Paper published in a journal indexed by the SSCI, SCI-Expanded or AHCI,

20

A minimum of 2 publications from Type 1.A). (In publications produced from a thesis, the candidate is considered as the primary author)

24

On the condition that it has not been produced from the postgraduate theses prepared by the candidate,  the candidate is expected to be the primary author in at least one paper in scope of this Article’s Section A or in at least four papers produced in scope of Sections B) and/or C) after having completed PhD studies

40

After the associate professorship, at least two publications under the Section A of this Article indicating the candidate as the primary author are required

80

B)

Paper published in other international, refereed journals

8

C)

Papers published in national, refereed journals covered by ULAKBIM

8

2.

Publications Produced from Postgraduate Theses

On the condition that the paper is related to the postgraduate theses prepared by the candidate

A)

Paper published in journals indexed by SCI-Expanded, SSCI, AHCI or area indexes or book or book chapter published by international publishing houses.

10

At least 1 publication is required in scope of this article. A maximum of 10 points can be obtained from this article.

 

 

At least 1 publication is required in scope of this article. A maximum of 10 points can be obtained from this article

 

 

 

At least 1 publication is required in scope of this article. A maximum of 10 points can be obtained from this article

 

B)

Paper published in other international and national refereed journals

5

C)

Oral presentation, contributing to science in the relevant field, delivered at an international symposium / congress and published in full text

5

D)

Oral presentation, contributing to science in the relevant field, delivered at a national symposium/congress and published in full text.

3

3.

Book

On the condition that it has not been produced from the postgraduate theses prepared by the candidate and is related to the field of science applied

A)

Book published by international publishers

20

In scope of this article, two chapters in the same book are taken into consideration at most.

A maximum of 20 points can be obtained in scope of this article

 

In scope of this article, two chapters in the same book are taken into consideration at most.

A maximum of 20 points can be obtained in scope of this article.

 

In scope of this article, two chapters in the same book are taken into consideration at most.

 Translation of a book for Professorship is considered only under section D of this article.

50 points at most can be obtained within the scope of this article.

 

B)

Editorship of a book or authorship of a book chapter published by international publishers

10

C)

Book published by national publishing houses

15

D)

Editorship of a book or authorship of a book chapter published by national publishers

8

4.

Competition, Application, Software and Patent

Provided that it is related to the field of science applied for

A)

Degree or honorable mention in competitions in the fields of planning, architecture, urban design, landscape design, interior design, industrial design and other relevant fields of architecture, organized by relevant organizations (Professional Chambers, Local Administrations, Ministries, International Organizations) within the framework of applicable laws, regulations and principles.

15

In patents, points are divided by the number of people

 

A minimum of 15 points should be obtained in scope of this article (those who cannot meet the competition, application, software and patent conditions are required to publish at least one paper in scope of Sections 1A and 1B).

In patents, points are divided by the number of people.”

15

A minimum of 15 points should be obtained in scope of this article (those who cannot meet the competition, application, software and patent conditions are required to publish at least one paper in scope of Sections 1A and 1B).

In patents, points are divided by the number of people.”

30

B)

Within the framework of the applicable laws, regulations and principles,

an article, book chapter or book written by the applicant or another person about an application project the applicant produced through the Revolving Fund or institutions affiliated to the university or during his/her time outside the University

15

C)

Being a software developer or patent holder in the fields of project and construction management, design and planning

15

5.

Citations

 

A)

Regardless of the number of citations in the text,  for each cited work of the candidate, published in journals, not authored by the candidate, but covered by SCI-Expanded, SSCI and AHCI and in books, again not authored by the candidate, but published by international publishing houses

3

 

 

A maximum of 30 points can be obtained in scope of this article.

20

A maximum of 80 points can be obtained in scope of this article.

50

B)

Regardless of the number of citations in the text, for each cited work of the candidate published in journals, not authored by the candidate, but covered by indexes other than SCI-Expanded, SSCI and AHCI and in each of the publications published by international publishing houses as a chapter in books, again not authored by the candidate,

2

C)

Regardless of the number of citations in the text, for each cited work of the candidate published in national refereed journals and books published by national publishing houses and not authored by the candidate, 

1

6.

Postgraduate Thesis Supervision

From the Completed Postgraduate Theses Supervised

A)

PhD thesis supervision

4

 

 


A maximum of 10 points can be obtained in scope of this article. In the event of a secondary / co-supervisor, the primary supervisor receives all of the points stipulated for Sections A) and B), and the secondary supervisor receives half.

4 times of the missing points must be obtained from the A) and B) sections of Article 1.

 

* For candidates who apply for fields which have no postgraduate programs with thesis, 1.5 times of the missing points must be obtained from the A and B sections of Article 1.

 

 

6

 

* A maximum of 40 points can be obtained in scope of this article. In the event of a secondary / co-supervisor, the primary supervisor receives all of the points stipulated for Sections A) and B), and the secondary supervisor receives half.

4 times of the missing points must be obtained from Section A) of Article 1.

 

* For candidates who apply for fields which have no postgraduate programs with thesis, 1.5 times of the missing points must be obtained from Section A of Article 1.

 

 

 

 

 

12

B)

Master’s thesis supervision

2

7.

Scientific Research Project

 

A)

Coordinator/ chief researcher in an ongoing or successfully completed EU Framework Program scientific research project.

15

A maximum of 20 points can be obtained in scope of this article.

 

A maximum of 20 points can be obtained in scope of this article.

 

A maximum of 60 points can be obtained in scope of this article.

 

B)

Co-researcher in an ongoing or successfully completed EU Framework Program scientific research project.

10

C)

Undertaking duties (not including compilation and report writing work) in ongoing or successfully completed, internationally supported scientific research projects, other than those specified in Sections A and B.

6

D)

Undertaking duties in scientific research projects, either ongoing or successfully completed, carried out with public institutions other than the universities.

4

8.

Scientific Meeting Activity

On the condition that the work is related with the field of science applied and not produced from the postgraduate theses prepared by the candidate

A)

Work presented in international scientific meetings (excluding posters), with the full text or abstract published in the proceedings booklet either in print or electronically.

3

A minimum of 4 points should be obtained in scope of this article. A maximum of 10 points can be obtained. Maximum two papers presented at the same meeting are scored.

4

A maximum of 10 points can be obtained in scope of this article. Only one paper presented at the same meeting is scored.

6

A maximum of 25 points can be obtained in scope of this article. Two papers presented at the same meeting are scored at most

12

B)

Work presented in national scientific meetings (excluding posters), with the full text or abstract published in the proceedings booklet either in print or electronically.

2

9.

Educational Activity

Open, distance or face-to-face course offered after the completion of PhD. studies.

A)

A master’s or PhD course for one semester.

3

 

 

A maximum of 4 points can be obtained in scope of this article. Those who have been involved in educational activities in domestic or international higher education institutions recognised by the Council of Higher Education (YÖK) for a minimum period of 2 years are deemed to have obtained 2 points.

3

A maximum of 8 points can be obtained in scope of this article. Those who have been involved in educational activities in domestic or international higher education institutions recognised by the Council of Higher Education (YÖK) for a minimum period of 2 years are deemed to have obtained 2 points

6

B)

An associate or undergraduate course for one semester

2

Total Required Points

28

Total Required Points

90

Total Required Points

190

Minimum Points

30

Minimum Points

120

Minimum Points

240

Total Minimum Points

30

Att-A By adding 20 points to be taken from the former ADEK Score Table

140

Att-A By adding 40 points to be taken from the former ADEK Score Table

280

Having at least one hundred and twenty (120) points in scientific activity on the basis of the unit points assigned to the work above in the field of associate professorship applied in the Architecture, Planning and Design discipline and provided that at least one hundred and ten (110) points of it have been obtained from the work carried out after the obtainment of the doctoral title. Each piece of work is scored only in one section in the table above.



In publications with a single author, the author gets full points. In publications with two authors, the primary author gets 0.8 of the total score whilst the secondary author gets 0.5 of it. In articles with three or more authors, the primary author gets half of the total score, while the other authors share the other half equally. For articles with two or more authors in which the primary author has not been specified, the total score is divided equally among the authors. In other publications (papers, books), the total score is divided equally among the authors.

 

 

 


 

ENGINEERING DISCIPLINE

 

Conditions for the Appointment of a PhD Jury

Engineering Discipline

Type

Point

SPECIAL CONDITION

Appointment of the PhD Jury

Total scientific activities

21

Minimum one publication in Type 1.A)

 

 

Engineering Discipline Criteria

Application Requirements

Type

Points

Assistant Professorship

Associate Professorship

Professorship

Special Conditions

Minimum Points

Special Conditions

Minimum Points

Special Conditions

Minimum Points

1.

Publications

Full research papers in the field of science applied (except letter to editor, abstract, compilation, technical note and book review)

A)

Paper published in a journal covered by the SSCI, SCI-Expanded or AHCI,

20

A minimum of 2 publications from Type 1.A) (In publications produced from a thesis, the candidate is considered as the primary author)

24

On the condition that it has not been produced from the postgraduate or specialty theses prepared by the candidate,  the candidate is expected to be the primary author in at least one paper in scope of this Article’s Section A) after having completed PhD studies.

45

After the associate professorship, at least two publications indicating the candidate as the primary author are required under the Section A) of this Article.

90

B)

Papers published in other international, refereed journals

8

 

 

 

 

C)

Papers published in national, refereed journals covered by ULAKBIM

8

 

In scope of this Article’s Section C), the obtainment of a minimum of 8 points is required. If candidates other than those with Turkish citizenship and candidates who have  applied for the recognition/equivalency of the associate professorship obtained abroad cannot meet the requirement for papers published in national refereed journals indexed by ULAKBİM, they are expected to provide the same amount of points under Section A)  of this Article instead.

 

8

For candidates with Turkish citizenship, a minimum of 8 points within the scope of Section C) of this article, is required. If the candidates cannot meet the requirement for papers published in national refereed journals indexed by ULAKBİM, they are expected to provide the same amount of points in scope of the Section A) of Article 1 instead.

16

2.

Publications Produced from Postgraduate Theses

On the condition that the paper is related to the postgraduate theses prepared by the candidate

A)

Paper published in a journal covered by the SSCI, SCI-Expanded or AHCI

10

At least 1 publication is required in scope of this article. A maximum of 10 points can be obtained from this article.

 

At least 1 publication is required in scope of this article. A maximum of 10 points can be obtained from this article.

 

At least 1 publication is required in scope of this article. A maximum of 10 points can be obtained from this article.

 

B)

Paper published in other international and national, refereed journals.

5

C)

Oral presentation, contributing to science in the relevant field, delivered at an international symposium / congress and published in full text

5

D)

Oral presentation, contributing to science in the relevant field, delivered at a national symposium/congress and published in full text.

3

3.

Book

On the condition that it has not been produced from the postgraduate theses prepared by the candidate and is related to the field of science applied

A)

Book published by international publishers

20

 

 

In scope of this article, two chapters in the same book are taken into consideration at most.

A maximum of 20 points can be obtained in scope of this article.

 

In scope of this article, two chapters in the same book are taken into consideration at most. Translation of a book for Professorship is considered only under section D of this article.

50 points at most can be obtained within the scope of this article. 

 

B)

Editorship of a book or authorship of a book chapter published by international publishers

10

C)

Book published by national publishing houses

15

D)

Editorship of a book or authorship of a book chapter published by national publishers

8

4.

Patent

Provided that it is related to the field of science applied for

A)

International patent

20

In patents, points are divided by the number of people.

 

In patents, points are divided by the number of people.

 

In patents, points are divided by the number of people.

 

B)

National patent

10

5.

Citations

 

A)

Regardless of the number of citations in the text,  for each cited work of the candidate, published in journals, not authored by the candidate, but covered by SCI-Expanded, SSCI and AHCI and in books, again not authored by the candidate, but published by international publishing houses

3

 

 

A maximum of 30 points can be obtained in scope of this article.

20

A maximum of 80 points can be obtained in scope of this article.

50

B)

Regardless of the number of citations in the text, for each cited work of the candidate published in journals, not authored by the candidate, but covered by indexes other than SCI-Expanded, SSCI and AHCI and in each of the publications published by international publishing houses as a chapter in books, again not authored by the candidate,

2

C)

Regardless of the number of citations in the text, for each cited work of the candidate published in national refereed journals and books published by national publishing houses and not authored by the candidate, 

1

6.

Postgraduate Thesis Supervision

From the Completed Postgraduate Theses Supervised

A)

PhD. thesis supervision

4

 

 

 

A maximum of 10 points can be obtained in scope of this article. In the event of a secondary / co-supervisor, the primary supervisor receives all of the points stipulated for Sections A) and B), and the secondary supervisor receives half.

4 times of the missing points must be obtained from the A) and B) sections of Article 1.

 

* For candidates who apply for fields which have no postgraduate programs with thesis, 1.5 times of the missing points must be obtained from the A) and B) sections of Article 1

 

 

6

* A maximum of 40 points can be obtained in scope of this article. In the event of a secondary / co-supervisor, the primary supervisor receives all of the points stipulated for Sections A) and B), and the secondary supervisor receives half.

4 times of the missing points must be obtained from Section A) of Article 1.

 

* For candidates who apply for fields which have no postgraduate programs with thesis, 1.5 times of the missing points must be obtained from Section A) of Article 1.

 

12

B)

Master’s thesis supervision

2

7.

Scientific Research Project

 

A)

Coordinator/ chief researcher in an ongoing or successfully completed EU Framework Program scientific research project.

15

A maximum of 20 points can be obtained in scope of this article.

 

A maximum of 20 points can be obtained in scope of this article.

 

A maximum of 60 points can be obtained in scope of this article.

 

B)

Co-researcher in an ongoing or successfully completed EU Framework Program scientific research project.

10

C)

Undertaking duties (not including compilation and report writing work) in ongoing or successfully completed, internationally supported scientific research projects, other than those specified in Sections A and B.

6

D)

Undertaking duties in scientific research projects, either ongoing or successfully completed, carried out with public institutions other than the universities.

4

8.

Scientific Meeting Activity 

On the condition that the work is related with the field of science applied and not produced from the postgraduate theses prepared by the candidate

A)

Work presented in international scientific meetings (excluding posters), with the full text or abstract published in the proceedings booklet either in print or electronically.

3

A maximum of 10 points can be obtained in scope of this article. Two papers presented at the same meeting are scored at most.

4

A maximum of 10 points can be obtained in scope of this article. Only one paper presented at the same meeting is scored at most.

6

A maximum of 25 points can be obtained in scope of this article. Two papers presented at the same meeting are scored at most.

12

B)

Work presented in national scientific meetings (excluding posters), with the full text or abstract published in the proceedings booklet either in print or electronically.

2

9.

Educational Activity

Open, distance or face-to-face course offered after the completion of PhD. studies.

A)

A master’s or PhD course for one semester.

3

 

 

A maximum of 4 points can be obtained in scope of this article. Those who have been involved in educational activities in domestic or international higher education institutions recognised by the Council of Higher Education (YÖK) for a minimum period of 2 years are deemed to have obtained 2 points.

 

 

 

3

A maximum of 8 points can be obtained in scope of this article. Those who have been involved in educational activities in domestic or international higher education institutions recognised by the Council of Higher Education (YÖK) for a minimum period of 2 years are deemed to have obtained 2 points.

 

6

B)

An associate or undergraduate course for one semester

2

Total Required Points

28

Total Required Points

88

Total Required Points

186

Minimum Points

30

Minimum Points

120

Minimum Points

240

Total Minimum Points

30

Att-A By adding 20 points to be taken from the former ADEK Score Table

140

Att-A By adding 40 points to be taken from the former ADEK Score Table

280

 

 

Having at least one hundred and twenty (120) points in scientific activity on the basis of the unit points assigned to the work above in the field of associate professorship applied in the Engineering discipline and provided that at least one hundred and ten (110) points of it have been obtained from the work carried out after the obtainment of the doctoral title. Each piece of work is scored only in one section in the table above.

                                               
In publications with a single author, the author gets full points. In publications with two authors, the primary author gets 0.8 of the total score whilst the secondary author gets 0.5 of it. In articles with three or more authors, the primary author gets half of the total score, while the other authors share the other half equally. For articles with two or more authors in which the primary author has not been specified, the total score is divided equally among the authors. In other publications (papers, books), the total score is divided equally among the authors.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

HEALTH SCIENCES DISCIPLINE

 

Conditions for the Appointment of a PhD Jury

Health Sciences Discipline

Type

Point

SPECIAL CONDITION

Appointment of the PhD Jury

Total scientific activities

21

Minimum one publication in Type 1.A)

 

Health Sciences Discipline Criteria

Application Requirements

Type

Points

Assistant Professorship

Associate Professorship

Professorship

Special Conditions

Minimum Points

Special Conditions

Minimum Points

Special Conditions