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Congratulations to CQC²T’s Dr Nora Tischler, Griffith University. who was awarded an Australian Research Council 2022 Discovery Early Career Researcher Award.

Dr Tischler will lead a $433,182 DECRA project to advance quantum networking and computation to produce key resources for the quantum internet of the future.

The DECRA award was announced by the Australian Research Council, following the ARC Appeals process on preprints, with an additional 6 research projects funded.

Read the full Australian Research Council Media Release: Additional funded research projects following ARC Appeals process | Australian Research Council

The Australian Research Council (ARC) will support an additional 6 research fellowships projects under previously announced schemes, following the conclusion of the ARC’s appeals process.

ARC Chief Executive Officer, Professor Sue Thomas, has welcomed Minister for Education and Youth the Hon Alan Tudge MP’s approval of additional projects recommended for funding through the ARC’s 2022 Discovery Early Career Researcher Award (DECRA) and 2021 ARC Future Fellowships schemes.

Professor Thomas said the projects were amongst 32 projects initially ruled ineligible in their grants rounds due to the inclusion of preprints in their applications—which was not allowed under the rules of their funding scheme in place at the time.

The outcome of the ARC Appeals Committee was to rule them eligible, which meant that 6 projects that had been ranked highly in the ARC’s grants assessment process were then able to be recommended for funding by the ARC CEO.

“Taking the ARC Appeals Committee ruling into account, I recommended these 6 applications to the Minister for funding as additional grants under their applicable schemes, and these have now been approved, and their important research can get underway,” said Professor Thomas.

 


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