Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellowships in the CeADAR Centre

Expression of Interest

2019 Call

We expect a Career-FIT call to open in 2H of 2019 and we would be happy to welcome candidates who are interested in applying – if you think the  programme is the right ‘fit’ for you, why not contact us now to discuss your application!

Further information on the previous programme is available at

2018 Call

ENTERPRISE IRELAND has launched its second Marie Skłodowska-Curie COFUND programme – Career-FIT – for Career Development Fellowships in Ireland’s Technology Centres.  Career-FIT is a fellowship programme, part-funded by Horizon 2020 and part funded by Enterprise Ireland.

A key feature of Career-FIT is the opportunity for experienced researchers from outside Ireland to develop their careers in market focused applied research through 3 year fellowships with secondment into industry through the CeADAR Centre. Successful candidates will carry out research in Ireland and will gain inter-sectoral and interdisciplinary exposure through this programme.

Applicants will possess a doctoral degree or have at least four years of full-time equivalent research experience.

There are 25 fellowships awards available in this call and the call will remain open until Monday 30th April 2018 – CLOSED

Expression of Interest to CeADAR: In the first instance please send your CV to to indicate your interest in taking part in this call. The objective is to identify potential international candidates across a number of pre-determined research themes with the required profile to work with us through to submission of a full application (Career-FIT) scheme (closing date) 30th April 2018.

Our Research themes are:

  • Advanced Analytics, AI and Machine Learning
  • Intelligent Analytic Interfaces
  • Data Management for Analytics

These are very broad research themes, see for more detail. Further information on current demonstrators is also available at

More details on the CareerFit Programme are available here:

For any further information, contact Edward.McDonnell (




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