ALECS

An innovative Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellowship at Lero, the Irish Software Research Centre

  • The programme offers 26 prestigious Marie Skłodowska-Curie fellowships of two-year duration.

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  • Researchers of any nationality, who comply with the programme’s eligibility requirements, may apply.

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  • A fantastic research training and career development opportunity for computer science/software engineering researchers and researchers from complementary disciplines.

  • All fellowships will be based in Ireland at Lero, the Irish Software Research Centre.

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2nd Call for Proposals NOW OPEN!

Deadline extended!

New deadline: 21/10/18

Register interest by emailing  alecs@lero.ie . 






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Research Themes


Our broad research themes are outlined below. To find out more about the research being undertaken by Lero and by the ALECS academic supervisors, please check the supervisors’ profiles here.   


  • Methods and Standards for High Integrity Systems

  • Autonomous and Adaptive Systems

  • Software Performance

  • Security and Privacy


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Academic Supervisors


All ALECS academic supervisors are leading researchers at Lero, the Irish Software Research Centre.



Proposal calls

Fellowships will be granted via internationally advertised calls for proposals.

The second call for proposals is NOW OPEN!

Email alecs@lero.ie to register interest.

International peer review & Interview with Lero

Open, transparent and merit-based selection process

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SELECTION PROCESS

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Get in Touch


We would love to hear from you. Should you have any queries in relation to the ALECS fellowship programme, please feel free to contact us.

 

  • Lero – The Irish Software Research Centre, Tierney Building, University of Limerick, Ireland.
  • alecs@lero.ie
  • 00 353 61 233 637

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No. 754489.