The programme goals to attract worldwide researchers from numerous software fields, to enhance the profession improvement of the fellowship individuals.
Lero, the Science Basis Eire (SFI) analysis centre for software, is creating 16 postdoctoral fellowships to attract worldwide experience in software.
The brand new programme shall be coordinated by the College of Limerick (UL), with fellowships out there in any respect 12 of the analysis centre’s companion universities and institutes of know-how.
The programme goals to attract worldwide researchers from the fields of pc science, software engineering, data programs and human-computer interplay.
In the course of the two-year fellowship, individuals will obtain abilities coaching to help their profession improvement. Lero stated the individuals can even be supplied with a complete set of programs to enhance their transferrable abilities and diversify employment choices.
The programme, referred to as Symeco, is coordinated by Lero director Prof Brian Fitzgerald. He stated the fellowships will carry collectively main researchers and “contribute significantly” to Lero’s and Eire’s analysis agenda.
“All 16 fellows will be highly-skilled future research leaders and we have no doubt that they will be much sought after by industry, the public sector and academia,” Fitzgerald stated. “The key research strands underpinning Symeco reinforce Lero’s own key research strands, systems (what we build), methods (how we build these systems), and context (for the world we want).”
UL’s VP of analysis Prof Norelee Kennedy stated these sort of fellowship programmes are “vital” to the Irish analysis panorama by attracting high researchers.
“It is testament to Lero’s research reputation, and its record in developing and delivering fellowship programmes that the centre has been awarded this funding,” Kennedy stated.
The fellowship programme has been funded by SFI and the European Fee’s Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions CoFund programme.
Final October, Lero launched an Open Science Constitution to enhance visibility for researchers, create extra alternatives for collaboration and allow larger transparency within the analysis course of.
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