Griffith Geoscience Research Awards
GSI Geoscience Research Programme (Short Calls) 2015
The Geological Survey of Ireland is pleased to announce the first Short Call of the GSI Geoscience Research Programme. The call is open to Companies, Higher Education Institutes and other organisations involved in geoscience research.
Download the Application Template and Terms and Conditions. Please read the Terms and Conditions carefully as these will form the basis of contracts for successful applicants.
Funding available: ..................Maximum €25,000
Deadline for applications: .....5pm, November 3rd 2015
Submission: ............................By email
Expected start date: ...............January 2016
Duration: ..................................Maximum 12 months
Research themes: .................see Terms and Conditions and here
Updated Frequently Asked Questions
If you have any further queries, please contact Dr Aoife Braiden email@example.com
At the launch of the National Geoscience Strategy (21 Feb 2007) Minister Dempsey announced a major new Scheme of Research Awards as a practical mechanism for driving the implementation of the National Geoscience Programme and in particular stimulating research capacity. The new Griffith Geoscience Reseach Awards will honour Richard Griffith, the celebrated geologist and engineer, who lived from 1784 to 1878 (94 years).
|The Minister declared that he would make €3 million available this year to initiate the Scheme rising up to €10 million over the course of the 7 year Programme. His vision, he said, encompassed both the establishment of open access to digital data in GSI and the development of an all-island graduate school system in geoscience. The Scheme will bolster the research agenda of the programme targeting the vital pillars of energy, environment, marine and infrastructure, “all issues which are central to the success of the NDP” according to the Minister. The programme purposely coincides with the 2007-2013 timeframe of the NDP.
Calls for proposals under the programme were advertised in the national press in March and the closing date for proposals was 18th April. An independent expert panel carried out the judging of the proposals and results were issued in July. See Results Announcement
Announcement of Griffith Geoscience Research Awards Scheme
Griffith Geoscience Research Award Winners Announcement
Griffith Geoscience Seminar 2008 - presentations
Griffith Geoscience Seminar 2009 Announcement
See links below for additional information on the Griffith's Awards and Geoscience Programmes as they become available:
For those with any queries about their application please contact Michael O'Mahony - firstname.lastname@example.org or ++353 1 678 2817
Below are links to relevant documentation.
The 2007 application process - Guide for Applicants
National Geoscience Programme 2007-2013
Griffith Geoscience Awards advert
Q & A from Information Day
Presentation on GSI data given at Information Day (13.7Mb)