Progress in the individual projects (scientific and career development issues) will be monitored through the monthly meetings between the fellow and his/her Mentors(s). Every 6 months, the ER must prepare progress and financial reports, to be approved by the mentor, before sending the reports to the Call Secretariat. The Call Secretariat sends the reports to scientific experts (usually the experts who evaluated the proposal in the evaluation and selection process). After approval of those reports interim payments will be made. These reports will also form the basis for continuation of project.
The ER must acknowledge TÜBİTAK and REA support through the CoCirculation2 program in any scientific publication produced as part of the project implementation.
As a minimum, each fellow must deliver two peer reviewed publications in international journals and must participate in at least two international events. Each fellow is also expected to engage in communication and public engagement activities and must engage in a minimum of two public engagement events per year. In industry, they are encouraged to collaborate on patents. The increased number of publications and/or patents can be added to their CV and will also have positive effects on their research careers.