NSF Partnerships for International Research and Education (PIRE)
Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) is partnering with the National Science Foundation (NSF) under the Partnerships for International Research and Education (PIRE) Programme.
EU Co-Funding Opportunities-ERA-Nets & JPIs
European Research Area Networks (ERA-Nets) are networks of public research organisations that coordinate joint research activities in research areas which are of significant strategic value and relevance to the EU.
NSF Graduate Research Opportunities Worldwide (GROW)
The Graduate Research Opportunities Worldwide enables NSF Graduate Research Fellows to gain international research experience and establish collaborations with counterparts at research institutions in partner countries around the world.
Competitive Joint Funding Partnership Programme
Competitive Joint Funding Partnership Programmes are co-funded initiatives undertaken in collaboration with a funding agency, charity, philanthropic organisation, Higher Education Institute or company.
Call for Submission of Proposals for Phase 2 Funding
SFI’s Agenda 2020 strategy aims to position Ireland as a global knowledge leader. A key objective of Agenda 2020 is to develop a set of world-leading, large-scale Research Centres that will provide major economic impact for Ireland.
BBSRC and Science Foundation Ireland have entered an agreement to welcome, encourage and support research applications that cut across national boundaries involving collaborative teams led by researchers from the UK and Ireland.
ERANet on Nanomedicine (EuroNanoMed III)
Strengthening Europe’s position in nanomedicine research requires concentrated action on common European research priorities in view of implementing joint initiatives.
ERANet on Research on Materials, Science & Engineering, including International Cooperation (M.ERA-Net)
M-ERA.Net is an EU funded network which has been established to support and increase the coordination of European research programmes and related funding in materials science and engineering. The M-ERA.Net consortium will contribute to the restructuring of the European Research Area (ERA) by operating as a single innovative and flexible network of funding organisations.
ERA-NET Cofund in Quantum Technologies (QuantERA)
Quantum Technologies (QT) has become a new and fast developing area of research initiated by a realisation that quantum physics opens up radically new modes of quantum information processing and communication. European researchers have been at the forefront of these developments delivering many ground-breaking scientific results and advancing technological exploitation.
A Heathy Diet for a Healthy Life (ERA-HDHL)
Joint programming of research in the field of nutrition, food and health will provide for coordination of research on the impact of diet and lifestyles on health, contribute significantly to the construction of a fully operational European Research Area on prevention of diet-related diseases and strengthening leadership and competitiveness on the research activities in this field