They got grants from the Swedish Research Council

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Six researchers at the Department of Physics were successful in getting grants from The Swedish Research Council (VR) within natural and engineering sciences. Altogether they received  22 612 000 SEK from 2018 to 2022. Congrats to Riccardo Catena, Tünde Fülöp, Fredrik Höök, Christoph Langhammer, Marianne Liebi and Björn Wickman.
Riccardo Catena

Empirisk bestämning av mörka materians spinn.
372 000 SEK

Tünde Fülöp
Skenande elektroner i fusionsplasmor.
4 440 000 SEK

Fredrik Höök
Tvådimensionell flödescytometry för analys av enskilda nanopartiklar.
 4 000 000 SEK

Christoph Langhammer
Korrelationen mellan Mikrostruktur och Sorptionskinetik i Växelverkan mellan Vätgas och Enskilda Nanopartiklar.
3 800 000 SEK     

Marianne Liebi
SAXS- och WAXS tensortomografi: En ny metod för analys av material på flera längdskalor.
3 600 000 SEK

Björn Wickman
Nya material för bränslecellskatalysatorer med nanostrukturerade modelelektroder.
 3 ​400 000 SEK​

  • In total 34 researchers at Chalmers were awarded.
  • The total amount appropriated for all grants within Natural and Engineering Sciences is
    1 168 687 000 SEK for the entire grant period 2018-2022.
  • The total amount appropriated for Chalmers is 119 089 000 SEK which is the fifth largest amount after Uppsala University, Lund University, KTH Royal Institute of Technology and Stockholm University. 
  • The Swedish Research Council got 1 609 applications this year, of them 341 are being funded.

Read more about the grants from the Swedish Research Council.


Published: Wed 07 Nov 2018. Modified: Thu 08 Nov 2018