"Turkish scientists are making top research all around the world. Especially the Turkish scientists in Europe shall get together in a platform to increase their communication. This will help to reach their goals individually and collectively."
“Germany-Turkish Science Year led to several collaborations and I do believe that TESSA will spread this idea for bringing whole European and Turkish scientists together.”
"This is a great initiative and will certainly facilitate experience exchange between Turkey and European researchers, as well as providing access to hub points in respective domains."
"TESSA is a clearly interesting initiative that should be supported. I wish the association all success in the coming years."
"TESSA is an excellent initiative that can provide a platform to strengthen the ties between European and Turkish scientists. We all know the importance of such exchanges for the advancement of scientific research both in Turkey and Europe."
“I wish a lot of success to young TESSA and its founders. I think TESSA can contribute to the exchange of ideas and lead to a high mobility between European and Turkish Scientists.”
“I highly appreciate the initiative of the Turkish colleagues to found TESSA as a tool for intensifying European and Turkish scientific cooperation. From my point of view, European and Turkish cooperation bear a tremendous potential and TESSA will be able to initiate such cooperation by bringing the right people together.”
"I strongly support launching TESSA to create a synergy between Europa and Turkey. TESSA will not only provide a sustainable bridge between European and Turkish Scientists but also promote progress in education, research and technology by attracting motivated and talented people and creating a network for them easy to reach and get recognized."
"TESSA will successively undertake a mission to drive collaborative progress in education, research and technology in Europe and Turkey by promoting an active interaction between highly motivated people and institutions."
"TESSA is one of the most interesting and excellent initiatives ever conceived to strengthen the cooperation between Turkish and European scientists regardless of their specific area. All skills can be useful and attractive depending on the demand of the market. It is important for the scientific research development, especially if we consider the current scientific scenario that involves the European Community, SMEs and large companies."
“TESSA can be considered as an open platform for direct scientific cooperation in fields like materials sciences, chemistry, physics, medicine etc. between Turkey and Germany and other European countries”
"Networks are important for inspiration, developing our talent into skills through learning, as well as making larger projects happen. Great ideas often involve greater effort to implement than an individual can afford. I support TESSA's initiative to bring scientists from different disciplines and countries into contact."
“TESSA may act as a model for exchanging ideas and building new collaborations in the field of medicine and biotechnology between Europe and Turkey.”
“I do believe that TESSA will bring a synergy to collaborative research between Turkey and Europe in many aspects.”
"I am very happy to hear that TESSA is established. I believe that this will give a wonderful opportunity to both Turkish and European scientists and scholars to come together, share information, Exchange students and staff and collaborate for the future. I look forward to hearing about the progress of TESSA."
"I congratulate TESSA founders for their frontier ideas to bring European and Turkish scientists together. Actually there is a lot do together in the field of regenerative medicine. I am looking forward to be involved in activities of young TESSA.“
"I would like to congratulate TESSA for this excellent initiative. This is an important contribution for building networking between Turkish and European scientific researchers. I wish TESSA all the best, success and looking forward to lots of interdisciplinary activities."