Who are the 2019 Ulysses Laureates? [fr]

Every year, the Ulysses scheme awards grants to Franco-Irish starting research projects, to allow them to develop into long-lasting and fruitful research collaborations. Find out which projects were funded this year!

The Ulysses scheme is designed to support new research collaborations between Irish and French researchers. In Ireland, Ulysses is funded by the Irish Research Council and the Health Research Board, and administered by the Irish Research
Council.
In Ireland, Ulysses is funded by the Irish Research Council and Teagasc, and administered by the Irish Research Council. It is funded by the French Departments for Foreign Affairs (Ministère des Affaires Etrangères et du Développement International) and Research (Ministère de l’Education Nationale, de l’Enseignement Supérieur et de la Recherche) and administered by the Embassy of France in Ireland and Campus France, the leading French agency for international mobility, on the French side, in partnership with EIRGRID (Ireland), RTE (France), INSERM (France) and the Health Research Board (Ireland), ADEME (France) and SEAI (Ireland).

We received a high number of excellent applications this year, with a total of 79 applications. Excellence in science is the first and higher selection criteria.
24 grants were awarded, for a yearly funding to allow French-Irish research cooperation to develop and feed into the already strong Franco-Irish relation.

Breakdown by fields of research

The Ulysses schemes funds all domains of research. This year, the projects funded were in the following domains:

Breakdown by fields of research
Agronomy 1
Biology, medicine & health 6
Communication & information sciences 4
Chemistry 2
Earth & Space sciences 2
Engineering 2
Humanities 2
Mathematics 1
Physics 2
Social sciences 2

For a complete list of the projects funded, download the document below.

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More info on the Ulysses programme

More information on the Ulysses programme can be found here
Contact : science[a]ambafrance-ie.org

Published on 30/05/2019

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