Science Foundation Ireland Grant Commitments
This is the internal unique identifier associated with individual awards. Proposal IDs with a suffix "(N)" denote the contribution of a funding partner to a given grant with the same base proposal ID; Proposal IDs with an "(X)" or "(T)" represent the splitting of an award where an award was transferred from one institution to another. The "(X)" award represents the original award, whereas
the "(T)" denotes the transferred element of the grant.
This is the programme group that the awards falls under
Some programmes are sub divided into two or more strands e.g. there are two types of awards under the US-Ireland R&D Partnership Programme: Planning Grants and Full proposals. Both belong to the same programme but have different Sub-Programme names.
Where further funding is awarded to supplement existing grants, the type of supplement is detailed here e.g. Maternity / Adoptive Allowance
The lead applicant is the lead researcher on the grant application
Since 2016, all researchers applying for SFI funding are requiredto have an ORCID ID, a widely used persistent identifier for researchers. Prior to 2016, this was not mandatory.
The Higher Education Institute to which the award was made
All awards listed are funded in part or in full by Science Foundation Ireland
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This is the persistent identifier allocated to Science Foundation Ireland by Crossref in its Funder Registry.
The title of the grant application. This is edited to remove any confidential or personal information, if required. For example, where the identify of the person for whom a maternitysupplement is sought, the name of the individual is removed.
The date the research project began
The date the research project ended
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This is the full value of the grant, including an institutional Overhead, less any agreed decommitments due to, for example, approved underspend.
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