Grants overview

2019 kr. 32.500

Mette Marie Stæhr Harder

Title and degree:

Lecturer

Institution:

Roskilde University

Grant type:

Forskningsrejser/feltekspeditioner

Project title:

Towards an Indigenous Institutionalism: The Representation of Greenlandic Interests in the Danish Folketing

2019 kr. 2.924

Jan Stubbe Østergaard

Title and degree:

MA

Institution:

Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek

Grant type:

Forskningsrejser/feltekspeditioner

Project title:

The polychromy of Greek and Roman sculpture

2018 kr. 288.000

Anja C. Andersen

Title and degree:

Professor, PhD

Institution:

University of Copenhagen

Grant type:

Forskningsrejser/feltekspeditioner

Project title:

Research stay at Princeton University to disentangle cosmic dust properties

2018 kr. 35.000

Mads Anders Baggesgaard

Title and degree:

Associate Professor, PhD

Institution:

Aarhus University

Grant type:

Forskningsrejser/feltekspeditioner

Project title:

Research stay in St. Thomas

2018 kr. 45.700

Hans Basbøll

Title and degree:

Professor Emeritus, PhD

Institution:

University of Southern Denmark

Grant type:

Forskningsrejser/feltekspeditioner

Project title:

Seks korte forskningsrejser om videnskabshistorie, sprogtilegnelse og prosodi

2018 kr. 32.125

Jakob Christensen-Dalsgaard

Title and degree:

Professor

Institution:

University of Southern Denmark

Grant type:

Forskningsrejser/feltekspeditioner

Project title:

Field trip: Sound communication, behavior and physiology of barking geckos in Kuruman River Reserve, South Africa.

2018 kr. 100.000

Adam Moe Fejerskov

Title and degree:

Researcher, PhD

Institution:

Danish Institute for International Studies

Grant type:

Forskningsrejser/feltekspeditioner

Project title:

The Global Laboratory: Bodies, Technologies, Experiments

2018 kr. 50.000

Kerstin Fischer

Title and degree:

Professor MSO, PhD

Institution:

University of Southern Denmark

Grant type:

Forskningsrejser/feltekspeditioner

Project title:

Understanding the Dynamics of Anthropomorphism - The project develops a method and a model to describe the mechanisms and dynamics by means of which people treat robots as if they were people.