Take part as an Expert Reviewer

Call for Expert Reviewers in ICT and Materials

EDGE is a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Action (MSCA) on the COFUND programme for postdoctoral fellowships, part-funded by the EU H2020 research and innovation programme grant agreement No. 713567, and part funded by three Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) Research Centres.

We are currently seeking expert reviewers to conduct remote evaluation of post-doctoral fellowship research proposals in the period November 1st – December 8th 2017 (most to be completed in November). Specific research topics used to match experts to proposals are listed below.

If you are interested in participating, please complete the form you can find here:

Reviewer EOI Form

Alternatively email edge@tcd.ie with your name, current employment (location and type) and topics you would be willing to evaluate. We will respond with a request for further information.

Reviewers will be paid €25 per evaluation*, and may be selected for up to a maximum of 10 reviews. We cannot guarantee a number of reviews in each topic; it is likely that it will be between 3 and 7. Each review comprises an 8-page research proposal and a CV; reviewers are required to score in 3 categories along with a written explanation.

 

Future Networks & Communications

(the CONNECT Centre)

Digital Content & Media Technologies

(the ADAPT Centre)

Advanced Materials and Bioengineering (the AMBER Centre)
Creative Practices in ICT Computational Semantics Tissue Engineering
Internet-of-Things Networking Sentiment Analysis Biomaterials and bioprinting
Network security & privacy Cross-domain / Media / Language Analytics Nanovaccines and immune response
Low-power components and systems Data Protection & Ethics Therapeutic and Theranostic Materials
Energy harvesting and storage devices Data Quality Advanced Photonic Materials
Electrochemical sensor devices Data Value Nanothermal characteristics of materials
Sensor Networks Semantic Data Mappings Polymer self-assembly
RF Circuitry & Design Antennas Speech Image and Video Processing Nanopatterning
Network Management Statistical Machine Translation Electrochemistry/electrochemical sensing
Modelling of shared networks Neural Machine Translation Materials for energy applications
Economics Policy, Regulation & Governance Automation Evaluation Magnetic materials
Virtualisation mmWave Networks Context-Aware Adaptivity Additive manufacturing
Ultra-dense Networks Explorative Search 2D materials and devices
Low-latency Signal Processing and Coding User Awareness and Control Materials modelling and simulation
Programmable RF for Wideband Systems Neural Dialogue Adaptation
Advanced Power Amplifiers Engaging 3D Characters
Converged Wireless-Optical Networks Fintech
Software & Cognitive Radio Blockchain
Optical X-Haul Technologies
Mobile EDGE Computing
Vehicle-2-Vehicle Networking
Communication in nano-bio networks

* Payment will be issued via a 3rd party, direct bank transfer. Reviewers are responsible for their own tax affairs.

Reviewer Eligibility

Expert reviewers must be independent peer researchers residing in countries outside Ireland and without any conflict of interest. Specifically, reviewers must:

  • Have a high level of expertise in one or more of the above topics. Indicators are peer-reviewed publications, research funding awards in relevant scientific areas, applied for and obtained patents etc.
  • Be residing outside of Ireland and must not have direct relationships with to any of the three SFI Centres
  • Not have a Conflict of Interest affecting their reviews.