Goal 3: Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages

Progress in numerous well-being regions proceeds; however, the pace of progress has eased back and will not be adequate to meet the majority of the Goal 3 targets. The pandemic is destroying well-being frameworks all around the world and compromises well-being results previously accomplished. Most nations, specifically underdeveloped ones, have inadequate well-being offices, clinical supplies, and medical services laborers to satisfy the need for basic medical care. Nations need specific well-being techniques and expanded spending on well-being frameworks to address pressing issues and secure well-being laborers, while a worldwide composed exertion is expected to help nations out of luck.

The following research projects have been specifically aligned to Sustainable Development Goal 3 and the aim to ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages. These projects and initiatives are examples of the University’s contribution to the SDGs.


 

Socially Assistive Robotics in ITU as An Intervention Tool for Children with Autism

The Erasmus EMBOA project entitled “Affective loop in Socially Assistive Robotics as an intervention tool for children with autism” is a research and educational project that aims at enhancement of social robot intervention in children with autism with affective computing technologies.

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RoboRehab: Assistive Audiology Rehabilitation Robot

Another project called 'RoboRehab: Assistive Audiology Rehabilitation Robot', a TUBITAK 1001 project at ITU is to develop an affective robot companion for audiology rehabilitation and to test the system with the deaf or hard of hearing children.

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Open Digital Innovation Hub

This research aims to build a self-sustaining house which will serve as an Open Digital Innovation Hub (ODIH) for the entrepreneurs and researchers.

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Solar Decathlon Africa: Zero Energy and Zero Waste Concept

A team has members from ITU and named as Bosphorus represented Turkey for the first time in Solar Decathlon Africa Competition. The team started the construction of the ReYard House Project with zero energy and zero waste concept.

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The Campus is a Happy Home for Many

Our university is trying to provide an environment where everyone can smile.

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Making Disabled Students’ Life Easier

ITU has a Disabled Student Unit to make disabled students' educational life easier in terms of accessing faculty buildings and mentoring.

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Heirloom Seeds into The Campus Garden

Cooperating with the Buğday Association for supporting the ecological life (est. 2002), volunteer students have started vegetable beds in the Taşkışla campuss, as a part of the project “Nature friendly Urban Gardens – Seeds to the Campuss” by Buğday.

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ITU projected the first Super City of Turkey!

A team from ITU designed “zero energy, zero waste and self-sufficient ecological city that produces its own needs” in Eskisehir Kocakır.

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