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Leader in Integrated ICT Hardware & Systems

Marie Curie Individual Fellowship at Tyndall

Join us at Tyndall and become one of our next generation Research Leaders

If you have the ambition to be a leader in your field, working to solve world societal challenges in one of Europe’s leading institutes in Information and Communications Technology (ICT)  R&D and deep-tech innovation, a Marie Skłodowska-Curie actions (MSCA) Fellowship at Tyndall may be for you.

It's an exciting time to join us as we are at the threshold of a new era following the launch of our new strategy - Tyndall 2025, 

Why choose Tyndall for your MSCA fellowship?

  1. World-class research environment – our state-of the-art infrastructure will enable you to conduct excellent research
  2. Expert Supervisors - experience first-hand mentorship and career coaching from some of the best minds in research
  3. Career advancement – leverage opportunities for advanced and innovative research training as well as direct industry training programmes
  4. Make a difference – you’ll have the opportunity to address significant global societal and economic challenges with our Tyndall 2025 mission and truly make the world a better place with your research
  5. Expand your research portfolio – become one of the deep-tech leaders of the future and help us address significant technological challenges by developing new research themes
  6. Collaborative opportunities - experience collaborative opportunities with key partners of Tyndall, from academia and industry, from clinicians to leading tech brands
  7. Exciting times at Tyndall – join us as we embark on our ambitious Tyndall 2025 mission which will see us double in size and significantly grow our research activities and capabilities, substantially increasing our impact, our enterprise engagement and our international competitiveness

Why Cork, Ireland?

Tyndall is located in the heart of Cork City - a place of character, clever wit, culture and independence.

A friendly, warm and welcoming city always delighted to embrace people choosing to make Cork their home. 

Outside of Cork, each county has its own unique cultural traditions and attractions:

  • Explore West Cork's stunning beaches

  • Hike the peaks of Kerry summits

  • Surf the waves off Sligo

  • Dance to a traditional band in Galway

  • Gallery-hop around Dublin

  • Travel along the Wild Atlantic Way to the most remote and unspoilt of them all - Donegal

 

(Source: Pure Cork)

Rated by leading travel guides as one of the top holiday destinations in the world, Ireland is also rated as one of the world's safest countries by the Global Peace Index.

Further information on moving to and living in Ireland can be found here:

 

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If you require further details or points of clarification please contact Dr Louise Burgoyne (Micro & Nano Systems) or Dr Martin O'Connell (Photonics).

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