- The H2020 Marie Sklodowska-Curie research project ELITE-S focuses on areas such as 5G, Cloud Computing, IoT, Cybersecurity, Machine Learning and many others.
- ELITE-S Fellows will benefit from a robust training and development programme to form the next generation of leaders in ICT technologies.
The ADAPT Science Foundation Ireland Research Centre for digital media technology in Dublin City University (DCU) opened its second call for proposals today.
Applicants can choose from the 28 technology and application areas and standards development to submit a proposal which will be instrumental in realising the goals of the European Digital Single Market and advance the career of the fellows to leadership positions.
The Elite-S programme will run for a five-year period and offer a total of 16 fellowships. ADAPT academics from Dublin City University, Trinity College Dublin, Technological University Dublin, University College Dublin, Cork Institute of Technology and Maynooth University are taking part in the programme.
Candidates are free to choose their supervisors and research topic among the vast number of technology and application areas envisaged, and will also provide fellows with industry-specific training and secondments which open an entirely new world of potential opportunities and success.