The CLARITY centre for sensor Web technology In Ireland is selecting high-profile early-career-stage investigators that want to apply for a SIRG in the area of sensor networking. Applicants must have at least 3 years post-PhD experience and not more than eight years beyond their PhD. Grant holders will be based at UCD in Dublin.
The SFI (Science Foundation Research Grant )Starting Investigator Research Grant (SIRG) Programme provides an opportunity for excellent early-career-stage investigators to carry out independent research in the fields of science and engineering that underpin biotechnology, information and communications technology, and sustainable energy and energy-efficient technologies. The award also provides funding for a postgraduate student, who will be primarily supervised by the Starting Investigator (SI). The SI will work with an associated mentor, who will provide the necessary support and infrastructure for the project to take place. SIRG awards are up to €500,000 direct costs for a period of four years; up to 20 awards are expected to be funded through this Call.
For more information about the SIRG Eligibility criteria of the Applicant, please follow the link. Potential applicants should send their CV and a 1-page lobbying document about the research that they are willing to undertake to firstname.lastname@example.org with a subject “SIRG applicant” .
The UCD internal closing date for the call is 13:00 Friday 21st of November.