The Industry-led International SmartOcean Graduate Enterprise Initiative (ISGEI) launched it first call for proposals for Post-Doctoral Fellowships and PhD Scholarship opportunities at the five partner institutions (DCU, NUIM, NUIG, UL and UCC), via the IRCSET Enterprise Partnership Scheme.
- Geoinformatics demonstrator for offshore wind generation deployment and operation (NUI Maynooth)
- Strategies for prevention of biofouling on marine deployed systems (Dublin City University)
- Smart event triggered ocean monitoring platform (NUI Galway & University of Limerick)
- Modelling flow over waves using OPENFoam computational fluid dynamics for applications in offshore renewable energy (NUI Galway)
- Condition monitoring for marine devices (Dublin City University)
- A subsea combined pressure, temperature and water salinity probe for underwater and sub-seabed measurement (University of Limerick)
- Generic sensing platform design for marine sensing application: faecal indicator bacterial application for marine monitoring (Dublin City University)
- Improve our forecasts for sea surface - using data assimilation and models International SmartOcean Graduate Enterprise Initiative (NUI Galway)
- Marine inertial sensing system - MISS (Tyndall National Institute, University College Cork)
- Industrial process control software for ocean energy based on real time integrated monitoring and control system (University College Cork)
Further details on the application procedure are available on the IRCSET website
The closing date for applications was October 7th 2011.
The Industry-led International SmartOcean Graduate Enterprise Initiative (ISGEI) established in 2011, is designed to strengthen and build on Ireland’s emerging specialist capacity in the area of Marine Information and Communications Technology (Marine ICT). This initiative will act as a key vehicle for the implementation of Ireland’s National Strategy for Marine Research ‘Sea Change’, A Marine Knowledge, Research and Innovation Strategy for Ireland 2007-2013’.