All of the applicants have to create an account and enter required Identity and contact information to Researchers Information System of TÜBİTAK. Any applicant who has already created an account and registered to the ARBİS can directly access to the application system.
Please follow below steps to start your application.
- Applicants should register to ARBİS. Follow the link at https://arbis.tubitak.gov.tr/home.jsf
- Click on the “Click to enter” button on the right side
- Click on the “New User Registration” button on the lower left to create an account on the central authenticaiton service
- Enter required (Identity and contact) information into Researchers Information System (ARBİS) of TÜBİTAK at https://arbis.tubitak.gov.tr/home.jsf(make sure you select English interface)
- Once you complete filling mandatory informatin to the ARBİS, follow the link at https://e-bideb.tubitak.gov.tr/giris.htm?language=enfor online application
- Enter your passport number (or user ID) and password which you have created at beginning
- Click on the “Programs which are available for application” button.
- Click on the “apply” button at the right side of the 2236 Co-Funded Brain Circulation Scheme2
For the technical problem, the applicants should contact with IT department at email@example.com.
Applicants are required to present their proposal according to the evaluation critera of the program. They are encouraged to collaborate with their mentors in the preparation of their proposal, and refer to the GfA for evaluation criteria and sub-criteria, the objective of the program etc. Each applicant may submit only one proposal per call. Resubmissions for consequent calls are encouraged.
CoCirculation2 has a bottom-up approach, and proposals from all scientific areas may be submitted. Applicants will be asked in their application to indicate below scientific panels in their proposal:
- Chemistry (CHE)
- Social and Human Sciences (SOC)
- Economic Sciences (ECO)
- Information Science and Engineering (ENG)
- Mathematics (MAT)
- Physics (PHY)
- Environmental and Geo-Sciences and Energy (ENV-ENE)
- Life Sciences (LIF)
- Interdisciplinary proposal
In addition, applicants will be asked to provide keywords (max 100 characters), to further specify the research topic of their proposal. These keywords will enable the Call Secretariat to make the best possible match between experts and each proposal. Applicants who submit an interdisciplinary proposal will indicate this on their application form.
Applications must be made in conjunction with a host organisation in Turkey. To respect the free choice of the applicants, they may choose any research organisation in Turkey of high quality, including but not limited to those in the List of Partner Organisations. In addition, the applicants have a free choice of mentors. Applicants finding their own host organisation should also find their own mentors. The quality of the host organisation and mentors will be reviewed during the evaluation process.
Applicants must fill in an on-line form in the eBİDEB portal, providing administrative information about themselves, the host(s) and mentor(s) and the proposal. It is in this section where the applicants must indicate if they wish to benefit from the flexible mobility rule and they should justify their eligibility to benefit from this mobility rule. Applicants must also indicate their scientific panel.
Applicants are expected to present their proposal in 5 different sections:
- Quality and Efficiency of the Implementation
- CV of the experienced researcher
- Ethical aspects (if any).
The maximum total length for sections 1 to 3 is 10 pages, plus 1 page for the Start Page, 1 for the Table of Contents and 1 page for List of Participating Organisations. The CV should include the standard academic and research record (maximum 5 pages are recommended). Any research career gaps and/or unconventional paths should be clearly explained so that it may be fairly assessed by the independent experts. Especially for those wishing to benefit from the flexible mobility rule, a detailed indication of any research and career gaps due to their conditions should be provided and duly justified in order to be better assessed by the experts. There is no page limit for Ethical issues section including the Ethical issues table. When ethical issues apply, applicants must describe these and how they will deal with them before, during and after their research project. Applicants are asked to clearly explain the added value of them implementing their research project in a non-academic host organisation so that the experts will have a better understanding of the ERs career tracks in the industrial environment, relevancy to the dynamics of the industry and capacity of the host organization within the industry