SRNSFG announces the joint call 2018 of the French National Center for Scientific Research and Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation of Georgia – International Programme for Scientific Cooperati
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30/04/2018 10:25

SRNSFG announces the joint call 2018 of the French National Center for Scientific Research and Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation of Georgia – International Programme for Scientific Cooperati

Title of the Call The joint call 2018 of the French National Center for Scientific Research and Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation of Georgia – International Programme for Scientific Cooperation (PICS) Call abbreviation: CNRS PICS Aim of the Call : to enhance and expand scientific cooperation opportunities between Georgia and France, to support Georgian scientists’ involvement in the joint research activities and promote their integration into the European scientific research area. Project type: Institutional Duration of the Project: 36 months Major terms and conditions of the joint call: the major aim of the call is to submit the joint project proposal and experience between the Georgian and French scientists and at least one joint scientific publication. Funding for each project to Georgian scientific team by the SRNSFG should not exceed 10 000 EUR (equivalent in GEL) per year. Deadline for submitting joint proposals to CNRS electronic registration system is May 30, 2018 ( Registration link ). As the French Principal Investigator submits the project proposal to the CNRS electronic system, Georgian PI should provide the research proposal submitted to the CNRS and its English translation on CD-R, in PDF format together with the supporting letter of commitment until June 15, 2018, 17:00 (Annex 2). Information about the project in English and in French . Call administration calendar: April 30, 2018 – Call announcement; May 30, 2018 –deadline for online registration to the CNRS electronic system; June 15, 2018 – Providing documents at SNRSFG; February, 2019 – Notification on selected projects by CNRS February –March, 2019 – announcement on selected projects For further information you can address to the Contact Point at CNRS Gulnara Le Torrivellec (+33 1 44 96 44 53) e-mail: Gulnara.LETORRIVELLEC@cnrs-dir.fr Call coordinators at SRNSFG: Mariam Keburia, Tamta Shkubuliani, Megi Kartsivadze, Otar Gogiashvili E-mail: cnrs@rustaveli.org.ge   Call regulatory documentation: Minister’s Decree #113/ნ; SRNSFG Director General Decree # 50; Terms and Condition of the Call (Annex 1); Letter of Commitment (Annex 2); Application form in French ( sample ).   Good Luck!        
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15/03/2018 11:43

SRNSFG announces 2018 Call for supporting Georgian Scientists’ participation in the EU framework programme for Research and Innovation “Horizon 2020”

Title of the call: Call for supporting Georgian Scientists’ participation in the EU framework programme for Research and Innovation “Horizon 2020” Call Abbreviation: H2020 PG Call Coordinators:      Mariam Keburia                                   Tamta Shkubuliani                                    Nino Bitsadze                                    Megi Kartsivadze Contact information : H2020@rustaveli.org.ge Aim of the Call : a) supporting Georgian Science Internationalization and Georgian scientists’ participation in the EU framework programme for Research and Innovation “Horizon 2020”; b) supporting Georgian scientists’ participation in the high quality international scientific projects, events and international consortia building; c) supporting enhancement of the international scientific project proposal writing opportunities for Georgian scientists. The call includes three sub-directions (lots): I - Preparatory grant for Georgian scientists’ participation in the EU framework programme for Research and Innovation “Horizon 2020” (Project maximum budget: 25 000 GEL); II – Grant for organizing a large-scale brokerage event (Project maximum budget: 60 000 GEL); III - Mobility grant for Georgian scientists’ participation in a large-scale brokerage event abroad (Project Maximum budget: 2000 EUR equivalent in GEL). Project proposal type : Institutional/individual Call administration calendar: 15 March, 2018 - Call announcement; 12 April, 20 April, 2018 - Group consultations; 25 April, 2018 – deadline for sending the questions electronically; 11 April – 30 April, 16:00 – dates for electronic registration in the Grants Management Unified System (GMUS); 3 May, 16:00 – deadline for providing the application document at the SRNSFG office; May-June, 2018 – technical expertise of the submitted projects; May - June, 2018 – evaluation of the submitted projects; June, 2018 – publishing the results; June, 2018 – signing the grant agreement. Call Regulatory documentation: Minister’s decree № 197/ნ Decree of the SRNSFG Director General Project Terms and Conditions Evaluation criteria Budget Classification Useful annexes and material: I lot –Preparatory grant Cover page (Annex 2) ; Project proposal (Annex 3) ( GEO / ENG ); Letter of Commitment of the foreigner key personnel ( Annex 4 ); Project timeframe (Annex 5) GEO / ENG ; Project implementation budget (Annex 6) GEO / ENG ; Letter of Co-funding (if applicable) (Annex 7) GEO / ENG ; Application document (to provide at SRNSFG)  (Annex 8 ); CV sample (Annex 9) II lot- Grant for organizing the brokerage event Cover page ( Annex 10 ); Project proposal (Annex 11) GEO / ENG ; Letter of commitment of the foreigner key researcher (Annex 12) ; Project implementation timeframe (Annex 13) GEO / ENG; Project budget (Annex 14) GEO/ ENG ; Letter of co-funding (if applicable) (Annex 15) GEO / ENG ; Application document ((to provide at SRNSFG),  sample (Annex 16); CV, sample (Annex 9) III lot- Mobility Grant  Cover Page (Annex 17) ;  Project Proposal (Annex 18) GEO / ENG ; Project timeframe (Annex 19) GEO / ENG ; Project budget (Annex 20) GEO / ENG ; Letter of Co-funding (If Applicable) (Annex 21) GEO / ENG; Aplication document sample (to provide at SRNSFG), sample ( Annex 22 ); CV of the key personnel, sample (Annex 9). Links to the Grants Management Unified System (will open on April 11, 2018) Instruction of the electronic registration ( link ). Important: Please read Minister’s Decree, SRNSFG Director General’s decree, call Terms and conditions and other annexes carefully; Provided samples are filled in the Grants Management unified System (GMUS) during electronic registration; Only group consultations will be held; Deadline for sending the questions electronically - 25/04/2018 at the e-mail address: h2020@rustavelil.org.ge   Good Luck!                
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15/02/2018 10:38

Scholarship Program of Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation of Georgia and German Academic Exchange Service

The aim of the joint grant project is to support Young Scientists and Phd Students in: Implementation of scientific researches and acquiring high quality education; Creation of a scientific network for the improvement of international exchange processes of the best scientific practice with collaboration of German colleagues. Increasing scientific cooperation in thematic or interdisciplinary directions.   More information about the project is available in Georgian.  
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22/01/2018 10:38

Call for Joint Research Programme of the Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation of Georgia and the University of Oxford «Georgian Studies Research Programme 2018”

Aim of the Call: popularization and development of Georgian Studies, traditional fields of Kartvelology, as well as supporting and promoting modern interdisciplinary studies in international scientific community; funding research centers and academic programmes on Georgian Studies at the international universities and research institutions, which will promote the implementation of the research on Georgian and regional studies in compliance with international standards involving foreign researchers; the call aims at attracting young researchers to work in the field of Georgian Studies in above mentioned institutions and develop their scientific potential; disseminating the findings of the research on history, culture, language, literature, archeology and art, as well as religious, socio-economic and political transformation of Georgia in the international academic network through conferences and seminars; establishing research consortiums and developing sustainable bilateral and multilateral cooperation by promoting Georgian and regional studies.   You can find detailed information about the terms and conditions of participation in the call in Georgian.
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24/11/2017 11:29

Joint call for proposals by the Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation of Georgia and the Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey (TUBITAK) is now open

Joint call for proposals by the Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey (TUBITAK) and the Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation of Georgia (Foundation) is now open. The call aims to develop cooperation between Georgian and Turkish higher educational institutions, scientific and research centers, and to strengthen collaboration between the Georgian and Turkish teams of scientists. The joint call of 2017 offers funding for the joint research projects for Georgian and Turkish researcher teams. The team of Georgian researchers should have a Principal Investigator (PI) from Georgia and the Turkish team should have one from Turkey. Turkish and Georgian partners will submit a joint online application in English via TUBITAK’s online system, that can be accessed at uidb-pbs.tubitak.gov.tr until February 15, 2018. The duration of a project should not exceed 24 months and the Georgian partners that are eligible for funding can receive up to 30.000 GEL per project, 15 000 GEL annually. Georgian participants should submit the required documents to the Foundation till 15:00 on March 1 st , 2018. A copy of the full project proposal in English - registered at the TUBITAK online system; A complete version of the project proposal translated in Georgian by the Translation Bureau; A statement by the Georgian research team, signed by the Principal Investigator and the key personnel; The identification documents and proof of academic degree of the Principal Investigator and the key personnel from Georgia. If the aforementioned documents are not issued in Georgia, it should be accompanied with the approval by the LEPL National Education Quality Enhancement Center of Georgia. Academic degrees issued in the USSR do not require Georgian translation and approval; Professional Biography (CV) of the key personnel of the project; (Annex #3 Georgian and  English versions) ; Letter of co-financing, indicating the amount of co-financing (in case of such), signed by the head of the corresponding legal entity or by the person ( Annex #4 ) . View the annexes related to the Call: Decree by the Minister of Education and Science of Georgia; Decree by the Director General of the Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation of Georgia; AMANDEMENT in the  decree of  Director General of the Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation of Georgia; Terms of the Joint Call   (Annex №1); Statement by the key personnel    (Annex №2); CV of a Scientist  Georgian  /  English (Annex №3); Letter of Co-financing   (Annex №4); Budget Classifier (Annex №5); Evaluation Criteria .   Information about the Call is also available at the TUBITAK’s website . For additional questions, you can contact the coordinators of the call:   Mariam Keburia Tel: +995 322 200 220 (4022)  Email:   keburia@rustaveli.org.ge     Giorgi Tsotsoria Tel: +995 322 200 220 (4445) Email:  tsotsoria@rustaveli.org.ge   Tamta Shkubuliani Tel: +995 322 200 220 (4445) Email:   tshkubuliani@rustaveli.org.ge          
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14/06/2016 10:39

Joint Call for Proposals by SRNSF and TUBITAK

Joint call for Proposals by The Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey (TUBITAK) and The Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation (SRNSF) is now open. The call aims to develop cooperation between Turkish and Georgian higher educational institutions, scientific and research centers, strengthen collaboration between the team of researchers, facilitate scientific and research mobility of the two countries’ scientists. The call offers funding for two categories: Joint research and development projects Short term exchange of individual scientists The call refers to the following fields of science: Natural Sciences Engineering and Technologies Medical and health sciences Agricultural sciences Social Sciences and Humanities Joint research and development projects should be submitted by the team of Georgia’s scientists and Turkish scientists together : the team of Georgian scientists submits proposal to SRNSF, while team of Turkish scientists submits proposals to TUBITAK.  TÜBİTAK and the SRNSF do not match the collaborating partners.   The following Citizens of Georgia can submit a proposal for the short term exchange of individual scientists: MA students, PhD students, person under the age of 35 with the Master’s or equivalent degree; Persons with doctoral or equivalent degree. The maximum duration of joint research projects is 24 months. The maximum amount of funding requested from SRNSF is GEL 30 000 for 2 year projects, GEL 15 000 for one year projects. Short term exchange of individual scientists should not exceed 10 calendar days and the maximum funding from SRNSF shall amount to GEL 4 000. Required documentation can be submitted to Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation (SRNSF) through the following email address: srnsf-tubitak@rustaveli.org.ge   Deadline for submitting documents through email is September 26, 16:00. After completion of the online application procedure, Georgian scientists must submit the required signed documents to the foundation by September 29, 16:00. Address: 1 Aleksidze Str. Tbilisi, 0193, Georgia (III floor) Tel: +995 32 2 200 220   EVALUATION OF PROPOSALS   Only jointly submitted proposals will be eligible for evaluation. The proposals will be independently evaluated and approved by TÜBİTAK and SRNSF following their own rules and regulations. Only the project proposals, which are approved by TÜBİTAK and SRNSF will be supported.   Further information and detailed documentation on the joint call is available in Georgian language .   The link to TUBITAK joint call  For further questions please contact call coordinators from SRNSF side:   Mariam Keburia: Tel +995 322 200 220 (4022); email: keburia@rustaveli.org.ge Nikoloz Bakradze  Tel +995 322 200 220 (4406); email: bakradze@rustaveli.org.ge    
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18/04/2016 15:02

Joint Call for Proposals of French National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS) and Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation (SRNSF)

The French National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS) and Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation (SRNSF) announced a joint call for proposals in the frame of “International Program for Scientific Cooperation” (PICS). PICS is a joint research program aimed at supporting joint research projects carried out by two teams, one from CNRS and one from abroad. Funding required by the cooperation to support exchanges comes from both partners. In situations where cooperation with a foreign partner is well established, and has resulted in joint publications in scientific journals , it is possible to formalize the relationship through PICS. This is a more involved form of cooperation than a plain exchange of researchers in that it is based on pre-existing joint research, and has a longer period. It brings together two research teams and the participation of young researchers (Ph.D.s and postdocs) is encouraged. In the framework of international scientific cooperation (CNRS PICS), Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation will fund Georgian research team -  between 5000-10000 Euros per project annually - while CNRS supports French team of scientists. The duration of funded projects is  3 years. Funding provided by SRNSF can be used for the following budget categories: Scientific visit to partner country (travel expenses), Arranging business meetings and seminars, other costs related to research. Other costs ‘Other costs’ must not exceed 50% of required sum from the foundation. Additional information about the program is available on CNRS website-  http://www.cnrs.fr/derci/spip.php?article881&lang=en Call description in French can be accessed through the following link:  http://www.cnrs.fr/derci/spip.php?article51&lang=fr The Georgian scientists should submit their applications to SRNSF, while their counterpart French researchers are to submit their applications to CNRS. The deadline for submission of applications to CNRS is June 2, 2016. The deadline for submission of applications to SRNSF is June 3, 2016, 17:00. Applications submitted to SRNSF after the deadline will not be considered. Call Schedule : 18/04/2016 – Call announcement; 2/06/2016 - Deadline for submission of applications to CNRS; 3/06/2016, 17:00 – Deadline for submitting application and “Statement on participation in the call” to the Foundation’s Office; June 2016: Eligibility check conducted by SRNSF; November 2016 – January 2017: Evaluation of proposals by CNRS Panel; February 2017 – Evaluation and approval of the proposals selected by CNRS by Georgian Independent Experts; March 2017 – Approval and Announcement of the Call’s Results; The detailed information on the call can be found in the following documents: Order of the Minister of Education and Science Order of SRNSF Director General Guidelines and Rules for Participationროგრამა და პირობები სApplication Form (In English) Joint Statement Form Contact person at CNRS:  Ms. Gulnara Le Torrivellec: Tel: +33 1 44 96 44 53; E-mail:   Gulnara.LETORRIVELLEC@cnrs-dir.fr Contact person at SRNSF: Mr.  Nikoloz Bakradze; Tel: +995 322 200 220 (4406); E-mail: bakradze@rustaveli.org.ge      
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Announcement: International Programs for Scientific Cooperation (PICS)

04/04/2016 14:52
International Programs for Scientific Cooperation (PICS) of The National Center for Scientific Research of France (CNRS) and Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation (SRNSF) opens on 15 April, 2016. Joint research projects should be submitted by two research teams: one from CNRS or its associated institution and the other from cooperating organizations worldwide. The main precondition of the program is the previous collaborative experience of the research teams resulting at least in one scientific publication. In the framework of international scientific cooperation (CNRS PICS), Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation will fund Georgian research team - between 5000-10000 Euros per project annually - while CNRS supports French team of scientists. Funding can be used for the following budget categories: scientific visit to partner country (travel expenses), arranging business meetings and seminars, other costs related to research. ‘Other costs’ must not exceed 50% of required sum from the foundation. Additional information about the program is available on CNRS website- http://www.cnrs.fr/derci/spip.php?article881&lang=en Call description in French - http://www.cnrs.fr/derci/spip.php?article51&lang=fr The duration of funded projects is 3 years. Please consider that the list of required documentation will be available by the announcement of the program. Proposed projects must be prepared according to required forms. CNRS contact person:  Ms. Gulnara Le Torrivellec: +33 1 44 96 44 53  Gulnara.LETORRIVELLEC@cnrs-dir.fr SRNSF contact person – Mr.  Nikoloz Bakradze  +995 322 200 220 (4406);  bakradze@rustaveli.org.ge  
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11/01/2016 11:06

A joint Programme of SRNSF and University of Oxford has been announced

  On 23 October 2015, the “Georgian Studies Programme” was established at Oxford University’s School of Interdisciplinary Area Studies (SIAS). In accordance with the Agreement between the University of Oxford and Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation (SRNSF), signed on 12 November 2015, this Programme will annually award visiting attachments by 2 Georgian scholars to the University of Oxford for periods of up to one year. The Visiting Georgian scholar shall be selected by a panel organized by Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation (SRNSF) with the participation of Oxford University scholars. In the framework of the grant competition, those research projects will be funded that fall within the boundaries of Oxford University’s School of Interdisciplinary Area Studies (http://www.area-studies.ox.ac.uk/), Russian and East European Studies Unit (http://www.rees.ox.ac.uk) in all thematic areas that are relevant to Georgia: Anthropology, sociology, economics, politics, international relations, history, religion, society and culture. To be eligible, the Georgian applicant must be either Ph.D. candidate or within 12 years of having earned a Ph.D. or the equivalent. The program will support competitively selected visiting scholars, with a view to a twelve month research-related visit to University of Oxford commencing in January 2017. Applicants should submit in English the following required documents: Research project (not exceeding 1800 words,  MS WORD document,  Type size 11, Interval - 1.15, Font: Times New Roman); Resume (CV, up to 2 pages, PDF format); Three recent professional referees list that include the following information: Name, surname, affiliation, contact details (Phone,E-mail). Completed and signed statement document (Annex 4); Proof of awarded degree certification in PDF; Copy of identification card (ID/International passport) in PDF format. In order to register the project, the applicant should send the required documents (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6) by e-mail before 30 May 2016, 18:00, to the following address: uo@rustaveli.org.ge  . A special code number will be assigned to the electronically registered project and will also be sent by e-mail to the applicant. The applicant should indicate the code number in the “Statement on participation in the call” (Annex 4) and submit the completed and signed “Statement Form” to the Foundation’s Office not later than 31.05.2016, 18:00. Call Schedule : 11/01/2016 – Call announcement; 30/05/2016, 18:00 - Deadline for submitting call related documents by e-mail; 31/05/2016, 18:00 – Deadline for submitting “Statement on participation in the call” to the Foundation’s Office; Consultation Days: 4.02.1016 – Conference Room of the Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation, 16:00 hrs. 10.03.2016 - Conference Room of the Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation, 16:00 hrs. -  Registration Form 19.04.2016 - Conference Room of the Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation, 16:00 hrs. -  Registration Form 4/07/2016 – SRNSF sends notification to the shortlisted applicants selected for interviews; July 2016 – Panel interviews; September – Announcement of the Call’s Results; September – Conclusion of grant agreements Detailed information on the application form and submission procedure can be found in the following documents:   Order of the Minister Order of the Director General Annex 1 – Call Guidelines  Annex 2 – Agreement between Foundation and University of Oxford Annex 3 – Agreement Form between University of Oxford and Visiting Scholar Annex 4 – Application Form. Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)   Questions and correspondence regarding this call should be directed to the following contact persons: Nino Gachechiladze E-mail:  gachechiladze@rustaveli.org.ge Nino Demetrashvili E-mail:  demetrashvili@rustaveli.org.ge Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation wishes you a success!
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Forschungszentrum Jülich & Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation announce “Joint Research and Education Programme for PhD Students”

06/10/2015 12:02
Forschungszentrum Jülich (JÜLICH) and Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation (SRNSF) have opened the Call for Project Proposals in the frame of “Joint Research and Education Programme”.The aim of the Programme is to: (i) Enable Georgian students the access to JÜLICH world-leading scientific research centre to experience and conduct frontier research in fundamental and applied sciences and (ii) Assist JÜLICH in recruiting the best and the brightest students from Georgian universities and prepare PhD theses for further progress of Georgian science. Georgian PhD students granted by JÜLICH and SRNSF under the Call (up to 3) will get the opportunity to carry out a research project at JÜLICH during their internship, and to establish long-term cooperation with researchers in JÜLICH as well as in German universities or non-university research institutions in the following agreed research fields: 1) Mathematics; 2) Information Technologies; 3) Natural Sciences; 4) Engineering Sciences; 5) Life Science and Health; In accordance with “Memorandum of Understanding “concluded on June 16, 2015 between the parties, as part of the program, PhD students of the Georgian Universities’ consortium - Ivane Javakhisvhili Tbilisi State University (TSU), Georgian Technical University (GTU) and Ilia State University (ISU) or other Georgian Universities upon approval by Jülich Center - are enabled to visit Jülich Center and work on research projects (PhD thesis) in collaboration with German academic supervisors. To be eligible, applicants must be under 30 years (as of the date of the announcement of the programme). Application forms and relevant documents prepared in Georgian and English Languages should be submitted as follows: Annexes 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and other requested scanned documents that are completed and converted into PDF format should be sent to: juelichphd@rustaveli.org.ge   before 26 October 17:00. The printed versions of all the documents that were sent electronically as well as signed applications (See. Annex 6) should be submitted before 27 October 17:00. Relevant information on the application form and submission procedure can be found on the following links: Order of the SRNSF Director General Annex 1 – Programme Guidelines Annex 2 – Agreement on Implementation of Joint Programme  Annex 3 – Application Form (in Georgian and English Languages) Annex 4 – Grant Seeker’s Tabulated CV (in Georgian and English Languages) Annex 5 – Budget Form (in Georgian and English Languages) Annex 6 – Statement Form to be submitted to SRNSF Office Group consultations will be take place on 15 and 20 October at 16:00 at SRNSF Conference room. Contact persons for the Call:  At Jülich Center - Sabine Dues Manager International Affairs Office of the Board of Directors and International Affairs Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH D-52425 Jülich, Germany s.dues@fz-juelich.de ; At SRNSF  - Khatia Ananiashvili +995 322 200 220 (4133); juelichphd@rustaveli.org.ge
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