SFI Industry Fellowship Programme
Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) is pleased to launch the Industry Fellowship Programme 2018 to develop and support industry-academia research partnerships.
Royal Society SFI University Research Fellowship
This scheme is for outstanding scientists in the Republic of Ireland who are in the early stages of their research career and have the potential to become leaders in their field.
SFI Research Centres Phase 2 Programme
The 5 x 2013 Research Centres were awarded funding to run from January 2015 to December 2020 and now have the opportunity to apply for a second phase of funding (Phase 2) for the period January 2021 to December 2026. This call is open only to ADAPT, CONNECT, CÚRAM, iCRAG and Lero.
SFI Centres for Research Training Programme 2018
Building on research excellence, the SFI Centres for Research Training will train cohorts of academically outstanding future research leaders with the skills and knowledge required to address the future challenges of an ever-changing work environment.
SFI St. Patrick's Day Science Medal Award
The SFI St. Patrick’s Day Science Medal is awarded annually to a distinguished Irish scientist, engineer or technology leader living and working in the USA.
SFI Future Innovator Prize
Driving STEM-led innovation to address society’s greatest challenges
Brussels Conference Programme
In certain circumstances, SFI supports the hosting of a conference event to create opportunities for Ireland and Irish researchers in the European Research Area.
EPSRC-SFI Joint Funding of Research
EPSRC and Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) 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.
Programmes for Early and Mid-Career Researchers
SFI ERC Development Programme
The SFI ERC Development Programme supports researchers based in Ireland that have submitted a proposal to the ERC Starting Grant, Consolidator Grant and Advanced Grant schemes, have been deemed fundable, but were not eventually funded by the ERC due to a lack of available programme budget. Importantly, the programme aims to support or improve a resubmission to an ERC funding scheme.