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All the research projects funded by Geological Survey Ireland between 2015 and 2020 have been compiled in one document and can be found here.
More on GSI Postdoc Fellowships 2016 (pdf)
More on GSI Griffith Awards (pdf)
More on Short Calls
More on incoming Fulbright projects (pdf)
More on outgoing Fulbright projects (pdf)
More on SFI-GSI IvP projects (pdf)
More on IRC-GSI EPS projects (pdf)
More on IRC-GSI EBP projects (pdf)
More on IRC-GSI Policy & Society projects (pdf)
Since 2016 Geological Survey Ireland have partnered with the EPA to fund research in the area of water resource estimation and management and sustainability and climate change. Projects funded under the EPA-GSI partnership are supported by the GSI Groundwater and Research Programmes.
More on EPA-GSI projects (pdf)
GEOTHERMICA is an ERA NET Cofund under Horizon2020 and comprising 17 geothermal energy research and innovation programme owners and managers from 14 countries and their regions. In 2017 the network launched a call for innovative demonstration projects and technology development projects that accelerate geothermal energy deployment. Two Irish projects, both including strong industry participation, were funded and started in 2018.
More on GEOTHERMICA projects (pdf)
ERA-MIN 2 is an ERA-NET Cofund scheme under Horizon 2020. The network aims to implement an European-wide coordination of research and innovation programmes on raw materials to strengthen the industry, competitiveness and the shift to a circular economy. The objective of the ERA-MIN 2 isto strengthen the coordination of national and regional research programmes in the field of non-energy non-agricultural raw materials by implementing several activities.
More on ERA MIN 2 projects (pdf)
iCRAG PhD Programme projects (pdf)
iCRAG GeoHaz. & Geotech. spoke projects (pdf)
More on SEAI-GSI geothermal projects (pdf)
GSI co-funds research under both strands of SFI’s new programme (i) Frontiers for the Future Projects provides funding for high-risk, high-reward research that facilitates highly innovative and novel approaches to research. (ii) Frontiers for the Future Awards provides larger scale funding for innovative, collaborative and excellent research programmes that have the potential to deliver economic and societal impact.
More on SFI-GSI FFP (pdf)