Grants overview

2016 kr. 60.000

Ebrahim Afsah

Title and degree:

Associate Professor, PhD, Master in Public Administration, MPhil in Peace Studies, LLB

Institution:

University of Copenhagen

Grant type:

Konferencer

Project title:

Implications of the Nuclear Agreement with Iran

2016 kr. 60.000

Henrik Brinch-Pedersen

Title and degree:

Associate Professor, PhD

Institution:

University of Copenhagen

Grant type:

Konferencer

Project title:

Plant Biotech Denmarks årsmøde 2017

2016 kr. 3.500.000

Mogens Christensen

Title and degree:

Associate Professor, PhD

Institution:

Aarhus University

Grant type:

The Carlsberg Foundation’s Distinguished Associate Professor Fellowships

Project title:

Nanomagnet compaction

2016 kr. 50.000

Jens Gammelgaard

Title and degree:

Professor, MSO, PhD

Institution:

Copenhagen Business School

Grant type:

Konferencer

Project title:

Konferenceafholdelse: Beeronomics 2017

2016 kr. 212.500

Sofie Ane Vebæk Gelskov

Title and degree:

Postdoc, PhD, MSc

Institution:

Ecole Normale Superieure, Paris, France

Grant type:

Carlsbergfondets internationaliseringsstipendier

Project title:

Neural indices of the developing self in human infants

2016 kr. 3.000.000

Gert Martin Hald

Title and degree:

Associate Professor, PhD

Institution:

University of Copenhagen

Grant type:

The Carlsberg Foundation’s Distinguished Associate Professor Fellowships

Project title:

SIR - The Sexuality & Interpersonal Relationship Research Group

2016 kr. 350.000

Niels Chr. Hansen

Title and degree:

Postdoc, PhD, MSc, MMus, BA

Institution:

Aarhus University

Grant type:

Carlsbergfondets internationaliseringsstipendier

Project title:

The role of oxytocin in the evolutionary origins of joint music making

2016 kr. 2.434.000

Nikos Hatzakis

Title and degree:

Associate Professor, PhD

Institution:

University of Copenhagen

Grant type:

The Carlsberg Foundation’s Distinguished Associate Professor Fellowships

Project title:

Role of conformational DYNamics on enzyme FUNCTION (from single molecule insights to de novo protein design)