Dörtlük, Kayhan (b. 1945, Antakya), archaeologist and director. He was director of AKMED between 1996 and 2015.
After graduating from Ankara University Faculty of Languages, History and Geography with a degree in Classical Archeology in 1967, he began working at the Ministry of Tourism and Publicity (now Culture and Tourism). He served as an advisor, inspector and museum curator at the ministry’s central and provincial sites. He retired from his final post at Antalya Museum after 17 years as director. In 1995, he was founding director of AKMED in Antalya and the affiliated Kaleiçi Museum. He managed AKMED until 2016, when it is affiliated to Koç University.
Dörtlük has also led a number of salvage excavations, edited various scientific publications and curated a number of exhibitions both at home and abroad.