KNOWLEDGE BASE ON MOBILITY

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					KNOWLEDGE BASE ON MOBILITY

                           Vadym Yashenkov,
                   NIP Ukraine Deputy Director

            Kyiv, Ukraine
         24 September 2009
                        Analysis phases
 Development of the interview questionnaire

 Identifying the target groups

 Identifying the respondents

 Contacting with the respondents to have their agreement to fulfill the
  work

 Sending out the questionnaire

 Collecting the completed forms of the questionnaire

 Generalizing the results

 Development of the analysis
               Identifying the respondents

 Scientific field: all FP7 thematic priorities were covered

 Type of institution: universities and research institutes

 Geography: the entire territory of Ukraine was covered

 Age of the respondents: varied from 28 to 65
      Participation in mobility programmes

Affirmative answers – 48%

Negative answers – 52%
Distribution between the mobility programmes
   Bilateral agreements – 40.5%
   INTAS – 35%
   International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis(IIASA) – 8%
   STCU – 8%
   TEMPUS – 8%
   DAAD – 5%
   Euroatom – 5%
   NATO – 5%
   CNRS – 3%
   European Space Agency(ESA ) – 3%
   Euroscience – 3%
   Humboldt Foundation – 3%
   International Research and Exchange Board(IREX) – 3%
   Marie Curie Action – 3%
   Mianowski Fund – 3%
   Visegrad Fund – 3%
   UK Royal Society Fellowship – 3%
   UN Industrial Development Organisation(UNIDO ) – 3%
   Universidad Carlos III de Madrid – 3%
                        Visited countries

   Germany – 27%
   Austria – 10.7%
   Spain – 10.7%
   Poland – 8%
   USA – 8%
   Czech Republic – 5.3%
   France – 5.3%
   Italy – 5.3%
   China, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, India, Lithuania, Portugal,
    Romania, Slovakia, Turkey and UK – 2.7% (each)
                   Sources of information

 Host countries

 Web sites

 Grant agencies

 Colleagues

 Official guidebooks for incoming/outgoing researchers and host
  institution guidebooks and instructions for foreign researchers - few
                       Motivation

   Reputation of the host organization
   Participation in a collaborative research project
   Interesting research theme
   Future career development
   Access to special facilities and expertise
   Knowledge about new country and new culture
   Research management skills learned in host country
   New working methods acquired in host institution
   Better working conditions in the host organization
  Experience in international S&T cooperation

 EU Framework Programme

 INTAS

 TEMPUS

 Bilateral cooperation - majority
           Mobility programmes effects

 Raised research knowledge


 Improved networking with other colleagues
Public support of science and technology

 Strong support – 2.7%

 Standard support – 37.8%

 Lack of support – 59.5%.
         Knowledge of European initiatives

 Marie Curie Actions – 35.5%

 “Scientific visa” package – 27%

 ERA-MORE Mobility Centres/EURAXESS Service Centres – 13.5%

 EURAXESS Jobs portal - 3%

 No knowledge – 21%
                       Mobility barriers

 Difficulties in research funding – 78%

 Lack of national and/or institutional support for researchers – 65%

 General lack of information – 46%

 Collaborative contacts are not good enough for mobility – 41%

 Language barriers – 27%

 No problems – 3%
Thank you for your
    attention!

				
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