TÜBİTAK CO-FUNDED Brain Circulation Scheme2 (CoCirculation2)
21 Haziran 2018 - Perşembe
TÜBİTAK introduces a new Horizon 2020 Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions Cofund program; CoCirculation2, which is a 5-year project aiming to invite experienced researchers to both academic and non-academic research performing organizations located in Turkey.
Within this context, 100 experienced researchers of any nationality who wish to engage in incoming mobility and to implement a research project for a period of 24 months in Turkey will be able to apply for a fellowship. First Call will be published in July 2018.
Highlights of the CoCirculation2 Program
- CoCirculation2 offers transnational mobility, career development and personal training opportunities to the researchers.
- Researchers who have not resided or carried out his/her main activity (work, studies, etc.) in Turkey for more than 12 months in the three years immediately before the call deadline can apply to this program.
- CoCirculation2 has a bottom-up approach, and proposals from all scientific areas may be submitted.
- Applicants can choose as their main host organisation any academic or non-academic research institute in Turkey with a high international research reputation.
- The project proposes a flexible mobility rule for refugees. Moreover the program also introduces a flexible mobility rules for researchers applying with a non-academic host organization.
- Contrary to the previous program, CoCirculation2 allows for secondments which may last up to 6 months, in an academic or non-academic host organisation in Turkey or abroad.
- CoCirulation2 will increase its financial contribution to the recruited researchers to monthly living and mobility allowance of 5050 Euro/month and Research, Training and Networking costs of 800 Euro/month.
- TÜBİTAK will provide additional funding to Special Needs researchers, encouraging this group of researchers to apply.
Applications will be accepted between 1 August 2018 to 30 October 2018.
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