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ERC Advanced Investigators Grant: Evaluation Procedure and Suggestions to the Proposers. Sami Gülgöz Koç University EU 7th FRAMEWORK PROGRAMME ERC INFODAY 1 March 2010, Bogazici University, Istanbul. SH4 The Human Mind and I ts C omplexity :

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erc advanced investigators grant evaluation procedure and suggestions to the proposers

ERC Advanced Investigators Grant:Evaluation Procedure and Suggestions to the Proposers

Sami Gülgöz

Koç University

EU 7th FRAMEWORK PROGRAMME

ERC INFODAY

1 March 2010, Bogazici University, Istanbul

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SH4

The Human Mind and ItsComplexity:

cognition,psychology, linguistics, philosophy and education

SH4_1 Evolution of mind and cognitive functions, animal communication

SH4_2 Human life-span development

SH4_3 Neuropsychology and cognitive psychology

SH4_4 Clinical and experimental psychology

SH4_5 Formal, cognitive, functional and computational linguistics

SH4_6 Typological, historical and comparative linguistics

SH4_7 Acquisition and knowledge of language: psycholinguistics, neurolinguistics

SH4_8 Use of language: pragmatics, sociolinguistics, discourse analysis

SH4_9 Second language teaching and learning, language pathologies, lexicography, terminology

SH4_10 Philosophy, history of philosophy

SH4_11 Epistemology, logic, philosophy of science

SH4_12 Ethics and morality, bioethics

SH4_13 Education: principles, techniques, typologies

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SH4

The Human Mind and its complexity:

cognition,psychology, linguistics, philosophy and education

Panel Members: 10-15 members and a panel chair

Education

Linguistics

Neuroscience

Philosophy

Psychology

erc advanced investigators grant
ERC Advanced Investigators Grant

From the invitation letter to become a member of the panel:

This programme will provide an opportunity for established scientists and scholars to pursue frontier research with scientific merit as the sole criteria of a world‑wide competition.

purpose
Purpose

Novelty

Advanced Grants are intended to promote substantial advances in the frontiers of knowledge,and to encourage new productive lines of enquiry and new methods and techniques, includingunconventional approaches andinvestigations at the interface between established disciplines.

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Risk-taking

pursue ground-breaking, high-riskresearch that opens new directions in their respective research fields or other domains

evaluation panels
Evaluation Panels

Two alternate evaluation panels for the Advanced Grant

Together, both panels form a pool of expertise with members being available to step in, if needed, in the alternate year.

evaluations
Evaluations
  • Two headings:
    • Heading 1: Principal Investigator
    • Heading 2: Research project
  • Scale:
    • 4: Outstanding
    • 3: Excellent
    • 2: Very Good
    • 1: Non-competitive
principal investigator
Principal Investigator

active researchers

a track-record of significant research achievements in the last 10 years

exceptional leaders in terms oforiginality and significance of their research contributions.

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Benchmarks:

  • 10 publications as senior author in major international peer-reviewed scientific journals
  • 3 major research monographs, of which at least one is translated into anotherlanguage (e.g. humanities and social sciences).
  • 5 granted patents.
  • 10 invited presentations in well-established internationally organised conferences and advanced schools.
  • 3 research expeditions led by the applicant.
step 1
Step 1

Evaluation within panel

Minimum 3 panel members

Individual reports

Panel discussion

Must pass quality threshold (≥2)

Remain within the budget limit in ranking

report of step 1
Report of Step 1

Proposal

Potential of the Principal Investigator

Quality of the Proposed Research Project

Indicative Status

Total mark

Conflict of Interest

Suggested evaluator for second stage

step 2
Step 2

Evaluation by remote referees (2-3) as well as panel members (3)

Individual independent reviews

Panel discussion led by lead reviewer

Ranking

Report to applicant by lead reviewer

most important parts for step 1
Most important parts(for Step 1)

Scientific Leadership Profile

  • content and impact of the major contributions
  • İndependent productivity
  • the international recognition
  • efforts and ability to inspire younger researchers
  • ability to productively change research fields and/or to establish new interdisciplinary approaches
most important parts for step 11
Most important parts(for Step 1)

The Extended Synopsis

  • concise presentation of the scientific proposal
  • its ground-breaking nature
  • in the context of the state of the art
  • methodology
  • references to relevant literature
  • potential impact (high gain/high risk)
most important parts for step 2
Most important parts(for Step 2)
  • The Scientific Proposal
    • its ground-breaking nature
    • in the context of the state of the art
    • methodology
    • references to relevant literature
most important parts for step 21
Most important parts(for Step 2)
  • The Research Environment
    • its ground-breaking nature
    • in the context of the state of the art
    • methodology
    • references to relevant literature
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