News & Events

Happy Easter

9th April 2020

The DPTC Operations Team (ISU) would like to wish you and your family a very happy Easter. Please stay safe at home over the holiday period and follow HSE guidelines at all times. Our remote offices will be closed between 10th April and 13th April and re-open at 0900hrs on 14th April.

DPTC Career-FIT PLUS evaluation success

7th April 2020

DPTC are delighted to have been advised that 8 candidates passed the evaluation process and are included in the list of successful proposals for Career-FIT PLUS Fellowships.  Career-FIT PLUS is a trans-national scheme, co-funded by Enterprise Ireland and the European Union, which offers an opportunity for experienced researchers worldwide to develop their careers in market-focused […]

48th Annual Food Science and Technology Conference will be hosted by UL and IFSTI

5th November 2019

Registration: All interested parties can register at University of Limerick and the Institute of Food Science and Technology of Ireland (IFSTI) are delighted to announce the 48th Annual Food Science and Technology Conference on 16 December 2019. The primary purpose of the conference is assisting the professional development of young food scientists by providing […]

Career Opportunities in Cheese Research

31st October 2019

There is an exciting opportunity for an experienced researcher to work on a number of target projects in the area of Cheese Research. The position will be funded through the Career-FIT PLUS programme, a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions COFUND. Selected applicants will prepare a submission in conjunction with the academic mentor, Dr J.J. Sheehan, and specific […]

Congrats to Bhavya

3rd October 2019

Congratulations to Dr Bhavya Panikuttitra who just successfully completed her PhD under the supervision of Prof Colm O’Donnell, UCD. She is currently working as a researcher with Teagasc, Moorepark. Picture shows Bhavya with Prof O’Donnell (right) and Viva external assessor – Jayendra Maamcharla, Associate Prof of Food Science at Kansas State University. Congratulations Bhavya and […]

Great Opportunities for Dairy Researchers

2nd October 2019

Career-FIT PLUS, recently launched by Enterprise Ireland, aims to attract international experienced researchers to Ireland.  DPTC is delighted to be part of the programme, which aims to enhance the training and career opportunities of recruited fellows though individually driven, market-focused research projects. Secondments to Industry will be part of the programme. For further information, contact […]

Call for Career Development Fellowships in the DPTC opens soon

20th August 2019

Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions COFUND Career-FIT PLUS is a new trans-national scheme, co-funded by Enterprise Ireland and the European Union, which offers an opportunity for experienced researchers worldwide to develop their careers in market-focused applied research in Ireland’s Technology Centres and Technology Gateways. This is a unique career development opportunity. Benefits include: Excellent salary, plus family […]

Prof Butler joins Board of FSAI

26th June 2019

Congratulations to DPTC PI Professor Francis Butler on his recent appointment to the Board of the Food Safety Authority of Ireland (FSAI). Professor Butler is a Professor at the University College Dublin (UCD) Centre for Food Safety. He is Head of Subject in Biosystems Engineering at UCD. His main research is in food safety, with […]

H2020 Brokerage Event on 4th July

16th April 2019

  The Enterprise Europe Network in partnership with Enterprise Ireland along with the Spanish, Portuguese, British and N. Ireland Horizon 2020 National Contract Points (NCPs) invites you to participate in an international partnering event on ICT, Advanced Materials and Manufacturing taking place Thursday 4th July @ Radisson Blu Royal Hotel, Golden Lane, Dublin 8. This […]

Registrar now for Teagasc Grass-Fed Dairy Conference 2018

24th September 2018

Teagasc are hosting the Grass-Fed Dairy Conference on Thursday 25th October in the Osprey Hotel, Naas.  The conference will cover a range of topics including defining and verifying Ireland’s grass-based dairy production systems, marketing and the nutritional benefits of products from grass-based dairy production systems. To register click here.

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