2023 kr. 4.999.263

Mette Simonsen Abildgaard

Titel og grad:

Associate Professor, ph.d.

Institution:

Aalborg University

Bevillingstype:

Semper Ardens: Accelerate

Projektnavn:

DigiBreak – Ethnographic Perspectives on Telecommunication Disruptions and Cyberattacks

2023 kr. 4.289.822

Adam Bencard

Titel og grad:

Associate Professor, PhD

Institution:

University of Copenhagen

Bevillingstype:

Semper Ardens: Accelerate

Projektnavn:

Health Matters – complexity and materiality in the medical museum

2023 kr. 4.478.946

Sara Green

Titel og grad:

Associate Professor, PhD

Institution:

University of Copenhagen

Bevillingstype:

Semper Ardens: Accelerate

Projektnavn:

Consumer Medicine: Philosophical and Ethical Implications (COPE)

2023 kr. 4.427.000

Thomas Heebøll-Holm

Titel og grad:

Associate Professor, PhD

Institution:

University of Southern Denmark

Bevillingstype:

Semper Ardens: Accelerate

Projektnavn:

Fama in Medieval Denmark (c. 1240-1340): Rumors, Reputation and Public Opinion (FMD)

2022 kr. 4.589.701

Lea Borčak

Titel og grad:

Senior Researcher, PhD

Institution:

Aarhus University

Bevillingstype:

Semper Ardens: Accelerate

Projektnavn:

A Singing Society? Communal Singing in Denmark and the Limits of Social Inclusion

2022 kr. 4.895.222

Mark Schram Christensen

Titel og grad:

Associate Professor, MSc Engineering Physics, Ph.D.

Institution:

University of Copenhagen

Bevillingstype:

Semper Ardens: Accelerate

Projektnavn:

Causal Modelling in Cognitive Motor Control

2022 kr. 4.797.459

Ivana Konvalinka

Titel og grad:

Associate Professor, PhD in medicine (neuroscience)

Institution:

Technical University of Denmark

Bevillingstype:

Semper Ardens: Accelerate

Projektnavn:

Self, other, and we: mechanisms and dynamics of self-other integration in social observation and interaction

2022 kr. 3.949.446

Matthew Larsen

Titel og grad:

Associate Professor, PhD (Yale)

Institution:

University of Copenhagen

Bevillingstype:

Semper Ardens: Accelerate

Projektnavn:

Materiality of Incarceration in Mediterranean Antiquity