About the schemes
The Australian Research Council (ARC) is set to give researchers an industry-based boost. Their new Industry Fellowships scheme will support academic research to establish careers in industry, and industry researchers to work more closely with university settings. Ultimately, this will support researchers to make great discoveries in collaboration, translation and commercialisation.
This is an exciting opportunity to secure funding to boost your industry networks and translate your research into impactful changes. Deakin is committed to the translation and commercialisation of our ideas to create positive impact for our industry partners and wider society.
Further information on applying for a ARC Industry Fellowship through Deakin - Flyer
Early Career Industry Fellowships
- develop the industry collaboration skills of early career researchers;
- support early career researchers to achieve translatable and/or commercialisable outcomes.
Mid-Career Industry Fellowships
- strengthen the industry collaboration skills of mid-career researchers
- encourage uptake of a wider range of career options for established researchers; and
- supervise and develop future research and nurture their development of collaboration, commercialisation and translation skills; and
- deliver significant, actionable outcomes for industry partners and end-users.
Laureate Industry Fellowships
- provide leadership in the development of high quality and impactful collaborations between university and industry personnel;
- fund significant programs of research that deliver step-changes across a variety of industry settings;
- provide an excellent research training environment and exemplary mentorship to nurture the development of collaboration, commercialisation and translation skills among early career researchers and Higher Degree by Research (HDR) students; and
- attract and retain, within Australia, outstanding researchers and research leaders of international reputation with demonstrated capacity for collaboration, commercialisation and/or translation.