German-Russian Interdisciplinary Science Center

12. How does a proposal report look like?

Each G-RISC proposal that is admitted requires a report, which is due four weeks after the end of funding. Details are as follows:

G-RISC Reports are required for several reasons:

  • It summarizes, what has been accomplished during funding of your German-Russian research project. This should be communicated to others including the funding organization German Federal Foreign Office and the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD).
  • It will be incorporated into an Annual Report of G-RISC and should be readable by a broad scientific audience and document the success of your project.
  • It should inspire other people from Russia and Germany to conduct interdisciplinary research between scientists from both countries.

 

General Information on G-RISC Reports:

  • A G-RISC Report must be written in English language (no Russian or German documents are acceptable)
  • The report must be delivered as an editable file Microsoft Word (or rtf) Format. No tex or pdf-documents are acceptable. Send your report to office@g-risc.org
  • Line feed: single space, character size: 12 (Times New Roman)
  • The report must be delivered within 4 weeks after the end of the funding period, as specified in the evaluation form.
  • Use the template template for preparing your report.

 Note:

  • A G-RISC report is subject of evaluation by reviewers.
  • A G-RISC report does not replace peer-reviewed publication published in English language in an internationally accessible journal or book.
  • Peer reviewed publications represent an important success indicator of your project as well as G-RISC.
  • Excellent reports and publications in peer-reviewed international journals will be of importance for subsequent projects funded by G-RISC.
  • Publications should include in the acknowledgment the sentence: „This work is supported by the German-Russian Interdisciplinary Science Center (G-RISC) funded by the German Federal Foreign Office via the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD).“
  • Any publications related to a G-RISC project must be submitted to the coordination unit (office@g-risc.org).