Swedish Research Council

Röntgen-Ångström Cluster

The Swedish Research Council decided on March 9, 2020 to finance one research project grant in Röntgen-Ångström Cluster with the main applicant at the Department of Physics and Astronomy.

Read more about Röntgen-Ångström Cluster 2020

Research Infrastructures of the Swedish Research Council

The Swedish Research Council decided on September 26, 2019 to finance one research infrastructure of national interest with the main applicant at the Department of Physics and Astronomy.

Read more about the research infrastructures of the Swedish Research Council 2019

Read more about the grant for accessibility to infrastructure of the Swedish Research Council 2018

Read more about the research infrastructures of the Swedish Research Council 2017

Research Project Grants and Starting Grants

The Swedish Research Council reached a decision on October 31, 2019 on project grants and starting grants for Natural and Engineering Sciences. The Department of Physics and Astronomy is granted 40 840 000 SEK for the period 2020-2023 for in total nine project grants and three starting grants. The projects will begin during 2020.

Grant decisions Natural and Engineering Sciences for the period 2020-2023​

Grant decisions Natural and Engineering Sciences for the period 2018-2022

Project and Starting Grants of the Swedish Research Council within New Nuclear Technology

The Swedish Research Council has on October 31, 2019 decided on the applications to be awarded grants within New nuclear technology. The Department of Physics and Astronomy is granted 5 600 000 SEK for the period 2019-2022 for one project grant and one starting grant.

Read more about project and starting grants of the Swedish Research Council within New Nuclear Technology 2019

Read more about project and starting grants of the Swedish Research Council within New Nuclear Technology 2017

Grants to Research for Sustainable Global Development of the Swedish Research Council

The Swedish Research Council took on December 7, 2017 decision on Swedish Research Links within the field development research. One of the grants goes to Biplab Sanyal at the Division of Materials Theory.

The Swedish Research Links within development research concerns Swedish Research of particular relevance for lower middle income countries. Grants are given to research of highest scientific quality within all scientific areas and the research shall contribute to create conditions for better living conditions for people living in poverty and oppression and contribute to a fair and sustainable global development. 

Read more about grants to research for sustainable global development of the Swedish Research Council