Dublin City University (DCU) is a young university - founded in 1980 - and is in the top 50 (of almost 1,500) universities under 50 years (QS global university rankings 2016). DCU has secured 92 FP7 awards (2007-2013, 50 as coordinator and 42 partner) and 52 Horizon 2020 awards (Jan 2014-April 2018, 18 as coordinator and 34 as partner) at €21,007,924. These include 16 Research and Innovation Actions, 7 Innovation Actions, 6 Coordination and Support Actions (CSAs). Among Marie Skłodowska-Curie awards to date (including FP7 and H2020 projects up to Feb 2017) are 11 MSCA Initial Training Networks (ITNs), 7 Research and Innovation Staff Exchange projects, 17 Individual MSCA Fellowships. PROVENANCE involves the DCU Institute for Future Media and Journalism (FuJo) - an interdisciplinary institute bringing together expertise in journalism, communications, political science, ethics, data and ICT - and the ADAPT Centre, a joint initiative between four Irish universities to combine the skills of leading data and ICT researchers with cutting-edge technologies from diverse research areas, working closely with industry partners to develop next-generation data acquisition and analytics solutions for important and diverse application areas.
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