Research Proposal Writing for the European Union Framework 7 Programme.
The Research and Graduate Studies Office would like to inform you of another research proposal workshop we are hosting on the 6th April entitled "FP7 Marie Curie Funding 2011".
This follows our first European Union research proposal workshop held earlier this year.
The EU framework 7 programme is comprised of several key funding actions, with one of these being the "Marie Curie Actions". The course will primarily concentrate on
Applications are invited from graduates to investigate the impact the implementation of an assessment model for assessing the capability of organizations to develop medical device software development will have upon the Irish medical device software development industry.
The Institute invites applications for the following position:
Research Studentship (Full-time: duration 18 months)
The Institute invites applications for the position of MSc/PhD Studentship:
Dundalk Institute of Technology is a dynamic, world class Institute that has developed an international reputation in both basic and applied research through its Research Centres.
The Regulated Software Research Group is part of the Software Technology Research Centre within the School of Informatics and Creative Arts and is currently located in the PJ Carroll Building.
Research staff who are intending to submit an application for funding from internal or external (National, EU or International) sources are required to use the Institute's on-line research and development management system (https://dkit.smartsimple.ie/s_Login.jsp) . This system ensures that DKIT obtains the necessary information regarding any funding or research proposal and that researchers consider all elements of a research proposal.
Dundalk Institute of Technology is a dynamic, world class Institute that has developed an international reputation in both basic and applied research through its Research Centres and Groups. The Electrochemistry Research Group carries out research within the fields of electrochemistry and inorganic chemistry with applications in Biomedical and Environmental Technologies.
Applications are now invited from undergraduate students currently studying at DKIT who are either in their third or fourth year of study, and whom have a keen interest in research, to the institute’s Research Summer Placement Programme.
Over the past 5 years the Research Office has launched several internal research calls open to all staff through which staff can compete to leverage funding to either seed a research project, to disseminate their research findings, to recruit a new postgraduate researcher, to support their current postgraduate students, to develop their research profile or to invite and host an international visiting researcher. These schemes include:
The Research Office is pleased to announce the launch of this years Summer Undergraduate Research Programme (SURP) whereby 25 of the Institutes undergraduate students have just commenced their 6 week research projects in collaboration with the Institutes research centres and groups.
A new programme of Structured Supervisor Training has been developed by Dundalk Institute of Technology to support all academic and related staff at the College. This is based on the Irish NAIRTL framework launched in June, 2012, now widely adopted as best practice by many Institutions in Ireland. The DkIT programme is designed to support all supervisors of research students, new and experienced alike, with a structured series of Workshops covering the 4 phases of the Supervision Lifecycle.
The Electrochemistry Group now wishes to expand its team through the recruitment of a postgraduate research student who will carry out research into the design and construction of nanostructured electrode surfaces for biomedical applications, such as the early detection of specific disease states.