Nine FSE Research Grants awarded

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The Faculty Board of FSE has so far awarded nine FSE Research Grants. The grants are available for Assistant Professors in an FSE career path. With the FSE Research Grants, the Faculty Board wishes to express its appreciation for proven high quality research that was nevertheless not rewarded with a grant by NWO or the EU. The board hopes the grant will help the Assistant Professors to strengthen their research profile and enhance their chances of getting grants from funding agencies in the future.

An overview of the awarded projects:


FSE Research Grants are part of the implementation of the Faculty's Strategic Plan. They are available for projects rejected between January 2021 and December 2024. The grant has two variants: EUR 150,000 with the obligation to top up the amount so that a PhD position can be financed with it, and EUR 75,000 for free spending on the research of the Assistant Professor.

Periode24-mei-2022

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  • TitelNine FSE Research Grants awarded
    Mate van erkenningInternational
    Media naam/outletNews - University of Groningen
    MediatypeWeb
    Land/RegioNetherlands
    Release datum24/05/2022
    BeschrijvingThe Faculty Board of FSE has so far awarded nine FSE Research Grants. The grants are available for Assistant Professors in an FSE career path. With the FSE Research Grants, the Faculty Board wishes to express its appreciation for proven high quality research that was nevertheless not rewarded with a grant by NWO or the EU. The board hopes the grant will help the Assistant Professors to strengthen their research profile and enhance their chances of getting grants from funding agencies in the future.

    An overview of the awarded projects:

    Christoffer Aberg (GRIP) | Glass-like motion inside human cells: A new way to understand intracellular transport
    George Azzopardi (Bernoulli) | Cross-sensor robust learning for segmentation, indexing and retrieval of large-scale images (ROSIRE)
    Sebastian Beil (Stratingh) | Redox-Synthesis of Non-Natural Amino Acids and Nitriles for Advanced Biomolecules
    Sonja Billerbeck (GBB) | How yeasts kill fungal pathogens: Dissecting the molecular functioning and evolvability of yeast killer toxins
    Andrea Giuntoli (ZIAM) | Accelerated Computational Design of Bottlebrush Elastomers
    Danny Incarnato (GBB) | RNA structural dynamics in living cells
    Vasilis Kyriakou (ENTEG) | One-step Electrochemical Ammonia SYnthesis for Renewable Hydrogen Storage (OASYS)
    Jacolien van Rij (Bernoulli) | The acquisition of Dutch idioms: a computational approach
    Fatih Turkmen (Bernoulli) | HOPE: HOlistic approach to Privacy Enhanced genomic data handling

    FSE Research Grants are part of the implementation of the Faculty's Strategic Plan. They are available for projects rejected between January 2021 and December 2024. The grant has two variants: EUR 150,000 with the obligation to top up the amount so that a PhD position can be financed with it, and EUR 75,000 for free spending on the research of the Assistant Professor.
    Producent / auteurFSE - UG
    URLhttps://myuniversity.rug.nl/infonet/medewerkers/fse/announcements/nine-fse-research-grants-awarded
    PersonenSonja Billerbeck, Danny Incarnato