Presentation on theme: "1001 - Bilimsel ve Teknolojik Araştırma Projelerini Destekleme Programı Türkiye Bilimsel ve Teknolojik Araştırma Kurumu Doç. Dr. Amitav Sanyal Kimya Bölümü."— Presentation transcript:
Bilimsel ve Teknolojik Araştırma Projelerini Destekleme Programı Türkiye Bilimsel ve Teknolojik Araştırma Kurumu Doç. Dr. Amitav Sanyal Kimya Bölümü
TÜBİTAK Encounters PI in 3 TÜBİTAK PROJECTS Co-PI in 5 TÜBİTAK PROJECTS (Naci Inci, Senol Mutlu, Zeynep Atay, Rana Sanyal) Project Evaluations: 2 Panel, 2 Online
Proposal Outline Abstract and Keywords: Turkish and English Literature Survey in the Context of Proposed Research Relevance of the Project (özgün değeri) Importance of the Output (yaygın etkisi) Methodology (yöntemler) Attachments (CV, proformas, ‘Belgeler’ etc)
Proposal Evaluations Proposals are evaluated for their: Relevance of Proposed Research (özgün değer) (Novelty, Comparison with Present State of the Art) Importance/Impact of Outcomes (yaygın etki) (Scientific, Social and Economic) Feasibility (yapılabilirlik)
Please Do… Remember that the Panelists may not be ‘Experts’ in the specific area of your proposed research
Please Do… Outline all ‘relevant’ prior research in the area (…if you don’t they will do it using WebofScience and probably not try to find out the ‘fine’ difference between the published work and proposed work) The literature survey actually helps bring the panelists up to speed with the topic at hand
Please Do… Outline Method Section in moderate detail. ! what may be trivial protocol for you may not be for the panelist Highlight without being modest why the outcome of the project is important so that it really justifies being funded!
Please Don’t… Have high degree of similarity in the title of the proposal with previously funded proposals! Make the proposal look like ‘I’m on a shopping spree’: ends up your project being misunderstood for a infrastructure (altıyapı) project. Jusity equipment needs clearly! Forget to: !Check for all necessary supporting documents: no mercy towards ‘missing ( or what I/you think ‘but no so important’ documents) !Check the finished proposal for ‘no missing’ sections /subsections
Please Do… As a panelist please fight for good proposals! This will overtime set up a tone in these evaluation processes and other panelists will not be intimidated to voice their opinions... Next time it will be your proposal on the table!