The Program was initiated in line with the decision taken at the " The Supreme Council for Science and Technology (BTYK)" meeting held on March 10, 2005, in order to meet the needs of public institutions that can be met with R&D or to solve their problems.
Calls are announced for the solution of problems and/or needs identified by public institutions. Within the scope of these calls, projects submitted by using the knowledge, researchers and infrastructure opportunities of universities, public R&D units and private institutions are supported.
In addition to the primary goal of meeting the R&D qualified needs of public institutions, there are 3 different subgoals of this program. These subgoals are listed below;
- Encouraging the cooperation between public, private institutions and universities,
- Targeting industrial production based on knowledge and high technology by using the results of basic and applied research in universities,
- Contributing to the employment of R&D personnel in the country.
Projects submitted to the 1007 Program are supported by two Research Support Groups.
KAMAG - Public Research Support Group
SAVTAG - Defense and Security Technologies Research Support Group