TCD and IBM Research Europe New Fellowship Programme

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Under supervision from Trinity researchers as well as IBM Research mentors, students will work on a mutually agreed research project  while also being employed by IBM Research in Dublin while doing their PhDs.


Trinity College Dublin is a prime choice for anyone looking to pursue a postgraduate course in Ireland.


Provost Linda Doyle, Trinity, said:

“Trinity is delighted to be part of this innovative program with IBM. It offers participants the best of both worlds: in addition to a grounding in the rigorous approach of academic research, PhD candidates will also be exposed to the culture of innovation which is the hallmark of a company like IBM. As well as generating excellent research projects informed by real-world applications, the programme will produce a new cohort of highly qualified, well rounded researchers.”

Dr Ruoyi Zhou, Director, IBM Research Europe – Dublin, said:

“Not only will this collaboration be instrumental in elevating the innovation ecosystem in Ireland, but it will also attract top talent to IBM Research. We are excited to see how each recipient will contribute to the advancement of scientific research.”

Among the areas of research focus are quantum computing and quantum systems;artificial intelligence; the future of computing; and security and privacy.

 


Steven Galvin

Mary Immaculate College Masters of Education 
Postdoctoral Researcher in Family Business at DCU


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