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Research Funding News 5

November 2021 

Spot the errors?

We are well into the semester, as demonstrated by the lovely autumn image above. However, the same image contains a couple of errors – can you spot them? 

That’s right – only a few days ago, the famous sphinxes temporarily had to take to the air and leave their exclusive nest (?) for a period of restoration. We wish them a restful period away from their academic hardships. 

Please do not forget to sign up for the lunch webinar on profiling (details just below) that takes place next week. And: an extensive mix of funding opportunities awaits further into this letter. Dig in, and enjoy! 

/Research Services 


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Invitation to information meeting on profiling at Lund University

​Lund University's Vice-Chancellor Erik Renström and Pro Vice-Chancellor for Research, Campus Development and Sustainability Per Mickwitz invite to an open information meeting on profiling at Lund University and the process forward.  

Time: Friday 12 November at 12.00-13.00 
Place: Online via Zoom (meeting link is available upon registration)
Registration: Sign up here
Read the full invitation (PDF)
Check out the new and improved Research Portal!

In case you did not know already: Lund University’s Research portal got a new look in October! Check out the new portal here.

The Research portal can be a useful tool as you look for new possibilities for internal collaboration. It is used extensively both internally and externally to overview and find research and researchers at Lund University, so make sure to keep you profile updated. 

Read more about LUCRIS and the research portal on the Staff pages
WASP-HS Conference: AI for Humanity and Society 2021

The theme of the Conference is Shaping a Future with AI – The Role of Policies. Developments in the field of AI have spurred debates regarding the future of our society. Expectations and concerns flourish in these debates. This conference addresses the role of policies for shaping a better future with AI. The future impact of AI will depend on the actions and decisions that governments, firms, organizations and individuals take today.

When? 18 November 2021
Further info and registration
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Horizon Europe

Research Services helps you find calls for proposals, and provide support and advice during the application phase, the project budgeting, and the reporting. Register to our thematic email lists. The LU PIC code is 999901318 and the legal name is Lunds universitet.  
ERC Starting Grants & ERC Consolidator Grants spring 2022

If you are interested in applying for an ERC Starting Grant (deadline 13 January 2022) or an ERC Consolidator Grant (deadline 17 March 2022), please contact John Phillips at Research Services (john.phillips@fs.lu.se) for details on available support and the mandatory internal process.
 
Events for ERC Advanced Grant (AdG) applicants in call 2022

European Research Council Advanced Grants are open to experienced researchers, and provide up to €2,5 million for up to 5 years. The next call is the AdG 2022 call, with preliminary deadline 28 April 2022. 
 
ERC AdG workshop: Open to researchers who are planning to apply for an ERC AdG with Lund University as their host institution. The workshop will be held in English via Zoom. Date: Wednesday 8 December 2021, at 09:00 – 12.30.
 
Individual consultations: Additionally, Research Services offers AdG applicants in the 2022 call the opportunity to discuss their proposal idea and CV with a consultant specialized in ERC applications. Places are limited, and researchers who have not had a consultation before are prioritized. Date: 19-20 January 2022.
 
Information seminar: Research Services will offer an additional information seminar with Simona Romagnoli, who is an Advanced Grants coordinator at the ERC Executive Agency. Date: 8 February 2022, at 10.00-11.00.
 
Registration: Please register here for all Advanced Grant events, by 3 December 2021. Registration for the information seminar will be open until 4 February 2022. Please contact Teresia Rindefjäll (teresia.rindefjall@fs.lu.se) with any questions.
 
Upcoming deadline for EIC Pathfinder Open, 2 March 2022

The European Innovation Council (EIC) is Europe’s flagship innovation programme to identify, develop and scale up breakthrough technologies. A draft work programme for 2022 has arrived and includes calls and preliminary deadlines.

Please note that the earliest predicted deadline is for EIC Pathfinder Open and will be 2 March 2022. This call welcome proposals from innovative researchers from any field of science, technology or application without predefined thematic priorities. This grant is up to EUR 3 million and aims to fund early stage development of future technologies (TRL 1-4).
 
The call is not open yet but if you are interested in more information do not hesitate to contact Research Services (last year call for Pathfinder Open) and if you are interested in taking continuous part of information related to EIC, please send an email to he-eic_register@fs.lu.se 
 
Contact at Research Services: Anna-Karin Wihlborg (anna-karin.wihlborg@fs.lu.se
Current Horizon Europe issues
Please contact Research Services if you are planning to apply for an ERC or MSCA grant.

MSCA calls 2021 
Doctoral Networks (DN). Deadline 16 November 2021. Call is open.
Staff Exchanges (SE). Deadline 9 March 2022, call opens 7 October 2021.
COFUND. Deadline: 10 February 2022, call opens 12 October 2021.

MSCA calls 2022
Postdoctoral Fellowships (PF): Deadline: 14 September 2022, call opens 13 April 2022.
Doctoral Networks (DN). Deadline 15 November 2022, call opens 3 May 2022.
Staff Exchanges (SE). Deadline 8 March 2023, call opens 6 October 2022.
COFUND. Deadline: 9 February 2023, call opens 11 October 2022.

Indicative ERC deadlines for 2022
The ERC has confirmed indicative deadlines for their 2022 calls.

Synergy Grant 2022: 10/11/2021
Starting Grant 2022: 13/01/2022
Proof of Concept 2022 (round 2) :15/02/2022; 19/05/2022; 29/09/2022
Consolidator Grant 2022: 17/03/2022
Advanced Grant 2022: 28/04/2022
Horizon Europe – Getting started

Curious about EU funding? We have compiled a short guide to help you get started with applying for collaborative projects in the EU’s thematic ‘clusters’ of societal challenges. Download the guide from our blog

Swedish funding bodies

Research Services provide support on project applications and nominations that require central management. This includes most applications to the Wallenberg Foundations, as well as e.g. several programme nominations from a variety of funders. 
SSF Research Infrastructure Fellow, RIF 2

The Swedish Foundation for Strategic Research (SSF) announces the availability of a total of SEK 105 million for the RIF-2 initiative, directed towards individual Fellows devoted to building and operating research infrastructure of the highest international scientific standards. This initiative is open Natural Sciences, Engineering and Medicine.

Each university is allowed to submit two applications. The Lund university internal selection process begins with faculty level prioritization. The Vice-chancellor makes the final decision on which projects will be submitted from Lund University.  

If you are interested in this call, please contact your faculty office, alternatively Johanna Mellgren, Research Services (johanna.mellgren@fs.lu.se).  

Further information and call text
Management Rules for MMW and MAW project + special grants 2022

Marianne & Marcus Wallenberg Foundation (MMW) + Marcus & Amalia Wallenberg Foundation (MAW) this year opens for applications to special grants aimed at a sustainable society. The regular project calls will run as usual. 

The Management Rules dictating the Lund University internal application process are now available. Note that the deadline for Letters of Intent is 5 January 2022. Read the full call text at the MMW and MAW web pages.  

Contacts at Research Services: Johanna Mellgren (johanna.mellgren@fs.lu.se) and Sara Naurin (sara.naurin@fs.lu.se)
Visiting Professor Grants from the Swedish Research Council (VR)

The purpose of the Swedish Research Council’s grant for visiting professors is to give higher education institutions the opportunity to develop a subject area by recruiting an internationally prominent professor during a limited period. Note that they have yet to open for the 2022 application (expected deadline mid-February, please see VRs webpage). 
  • Olof Palme visiting professorship
  • Kerstin Hesselgren visiting professorship
  • Tage Erlander visiting professorship
Please note that these are so called organisational grants, meaning they can only be applied for by organisations. Research Services are at Lund University responsible for the administrating such organisational applications. Let us know in good time if you are interested in these grants.  

Search for funding

Research Professional 

is a database for funding opportunities to which Lund University subscribes. Set up your personalized account and create an Opportunities Alert to get email notifications on funding opportunities that match your research profile. To get help setting up a personal account, please contact your library support or johanna.mellgren@fs.lu.se

Visit the RP Lund University starting page  
Sweden's larger government and private funding bodies

In our blog, we have listed and provided links to the main government & private funding bodies in Sweden. Please visit these on a regular basis. We also recommend subscribing to their newsletters when offered, to ensure you do not miss any opportunities.

Faculty funding information

Stay up to date with the help of LU faculties’ own information on funding.

Faculty of Social Sciences
Faculty of Law
Faculty of Humanities and Theology
Faculty of Science
School of Economics and Management
Faculty of Engineering LTH
Faculty of Medicine

Staff Pages

Travel and research grants at Lund University: Next application period is 22 January - 11 February 2021

List of other Swedish and Nordic research funders from A to Ö (in Swedish)
List of EU-funded research programmes and other international research funders 
List of funders of post-docs and academic conferences

In each edition of this newletter, we highlight a number of calls across all subject fields (see below).      
 

Highlighted calls & fellowships


A selection, sorted by deadline. 
Please also visit
Research Professional for the latest opportunities
SSMF post-doctoral grant  

The 3 year post doc grant is aimed at younger researchers in Medicine, and is available as full- or half-time studies. The half-time grant is intended for clinically active applicants. The full-time grant can be partly spent abroad and is worth 1 MSEK/year, whereas the half-time is worth 700 000 SEK/year.  

Deadline: 15 November
Further information (in Swedish)

Ps. Do not forget the SSMF’s travel stipend for doctoral students! The grants is maxiumum SEK 50,000,  can be applied for on four occasions per year, with deadlines of 1 March, 1 June, 1 September and 1 December annually. Further information
Lennart ‘Aktiestinsen’ Israelsson Foundation for Individual and Society 

The “Lennart ‘Aktiestinsen’ Israelsson Foundation for Individual and Society – for research that benefits the education system” annually awards funding for basic research that:
  • generates scientifically based knowledge of individual development.
  • is based upon individual’s function and development in a lifelong perspective, as an integrated psychological, biological and social being in a changing world.
  • considers how knowledge about individual development from this perspective is decisive in designing an education system that promotes society’s cultural, social, economic and technological progress, just as it respects each individual’s needs and circumstances.
Amount available for allocation in September 2022: SEK 1,500,000

Deadline: 15 November 2021
Further information
Postdoctoral Fellowships with the Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation 

The applicant must contact the scientist in whose laboratory/department/institute the applicant seeks to work. Deadline (all below): 15 November 2021.

Nanyang Technological University Singapore
The successful candidates will be employed by NTU with an annual base salary starting at Singapore dollar (SGD) 70,000. In addition, a family cost or cost of living allowance will be paid starting at SGD 30,000 and an annual research allowance of SGD 5,000 each year over their two-year fellowship. Further information

Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Broad Institute
The Stipend is for a period of up to two years of postdoctoral studies. The Stipend amounts to approximately USD 50,000 annually (the final amount will be set in accordance with the standard rate of each institution). A travel grant of USD 5,000 per year and an annual allowance for accompanying family members of USD 15,000 is also provided. Further information

Stanford University
The Stipend is for a period of up to two years of postdoctoral studies. The Stipend amounts to approximately USD 65,000 annually (the final amount will be set in accordance with the standard rate of each institution). A travelgrant of USD 5,000 per year and an annual allowance for accompanying family members of USD 15,000 is also provided. Further information
Apply for funding from the Ragnar Sellberg Foundation  

The foundation supports research projects connected to the area of waste and recycling. Funding is granted for degree projects on different levels (Master level, Licentiate, Doctorate). Applications are accepted around the year. 

Further information (in Swedish)
Swedish Heart-Lung Foundation: Extra investment in prevention research

The Swedish Heart-Lung Foundation, with support from the Norhead Foundation, invites applications for its extra investment in prevention research call. This supports lifestyle-related intervention as part of prevention and treatment research in the cardiovascular field. There are two grant types available:
  • Norhead Foundation, worth up to SEK 2 million per year for up to three years.
  • Heart-Lung Foundation, worth up to SEK 1 million per year for up to three years.
Deadline: 23 November 2021
Further information
Nordic Research Council for Criminology: Research Grants

The Nordic Research Council for Criminology (NSfK) provides grants for 2022 to projects of Nordic criminological relevance. The joint Nordic projects must comprise of at least three Nordic countries. Applicants for individual projects can apply for up to 500 000 NOK. 

There is also the possibility of applying for financial support up to 100 000 NOK for working group meetings and contact seminars with joint Nordic perspectives.

Deadline: 26 November 2021
Further information
Majblomman Research Grants

Majblomman invites projects where the results makes a difference for children and young people in vulnerable life situations and that directly involves them. For example, the focus can be on children in difficult social or economic conditions, children with disabilities, children who encounter difficulties at school, children with health problems or illness. 

Grants for doctoral students and licentiate accepted to a postgraduate education are worth up to SEK 200,000. Grants for researchers are worth up to SEK 300,000.

Deadline: 29 November 2021
Further information (in Swedish)
 
Gunnar Sundblad Research Fund

The Gunnar Sundblad Research Fund works to support the development, innovation and competitiveness of the wood fiber-based industry. Support is provided to a broad range of research activities. 

The Fund annually grant funding of between 1-1.5 MSEK. Out of these 700 000 SEK are earmarked for the Competence Development Prize (Kompetensutvecklingspriset) and 400 000 SEK for the Young Researcher´s Award. 

Deadline (both awards): 30 November 2021
Further information (in Swedish)
The Fulbright Schuman Program: Grants for European citizens

The program awards scholarships to European citizens for research in the United States. Focus should be on EU affairs/policy or the US-EU transatlantic agenda. Grants can be awarded to candidates from any of the 27 EU member states for a period up to one academic year (9 months) and are open to all academic fields, however, the topic of research must have a strong EU component. The following grants are available: 
  • Grants for Post-Doctoral Research and Lecturing
  • Grants for International Educators
  • Grants for Innovation
  • Grants for (Pre)Doctoral Research
Deadline: 1 December 2021
Further information
Swedish Board of Agriculture: Research and development projects 2021

Funding is available for applied projects focused on agricultural measures to improve the environment. Projects are to span 1-3 years. In 2021, the following areas are prioritized: 
  • Limited climatic influence
  • A rich agriculture landscape
  • A poison-free environment
  • Zero over-fertilization
  • Ecological production 
Deadline: 3 December 2021
Further information (in Swedish)
The Geological Survey of Sweden project call: focus groundwater 

The Geological Survey of Sweden invites applications for funding intended for applied research or basic research in the geoscience field with focus on groundwater. Pressing research questions include: 
  • The usage of and impact on groundwater resources, and changes in quality and quantity. 
  • The role of groundwater in landscape development over time.
Deadline: 10 December 2021
Further information
Mistra research programmes  

Biodiversity and the Financial System 
Research groups, jointly with the finance industry, other businesses, civil society organizations, the public sector and other stakeholders, are invited to submit proposals. The aim of the call is to overcome critical research gaps impeding the alignment of the financial system with the needs of biodiversity. The programme should focus on strategic environmental issues related to biodiversity, the financial system and relevant policy development.

Deadline: 20 December 2021 at 4:00 pm
Further information

A Sustainable Blue Economy for Sweden
Mistra invites research groups jointly with relevant stakeholders, to share their vision for a new research programme. The aim of the intended programme is to support the transition to a sustainable blue economy that will improve the environmental conditions and enhance resilience in marine areas of relevance for Sweden.

Deadline: 10 January 2022 at 4:00 pm
Further information
Nordic Sociological Association  

The Nordic Sociological Association (NSA) supports projects to promote Nordic Sociology. Funded projects may range from workshops and conferences to surveys, meetings, publications etc. To be eligible for funding, the project must have a Nordic area of impact, and should not be limited to national interests. 

Deadline: 1 January 2022
Further information (in Swedish)
Postdoc-scholarships for research in Japan

The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences is a Nominating Authority for postdoc-scholarship for stay in Japan 12 to 24 months (short term 1-12 months are also available). All fields of the humanities, social sciences and natural sciences are included. Young postdoctoral researchers from overseas are welcomed to conduct research with leading research groups in Japanese universities under the guidance of a host researcher. Fellows must start their Fellowship in Japan during the period of 1 August– 30 November 2022. 

Deadline: 3 January 2022
Further information
STINT call for applications: scholarships for research stays in Japan

STINT, The Swedish Foundation for International Cooperation in Research and Higher Education, in collaboration with the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) announces two scholarship programs for shorter research stays in Japan. Both programs cover the subject areas humanities, natural sciences and social sciences.

JSPS Postdoctoral Fellowship Program, 2022-2023
Eligible applicants are PhD students close to graduation as well as recently graduated doctors.
The application deadline is 3 January, 2022.

JSPS Summer Program 2022
Eligible applicants are Master’s and PhD students as well as recently graduated doctors.
The application deadline is 14 January, 2022.
The Fulbright Scholar Program: Research period in the US

Grants for Swedish scholars who wish to conduct advanced research and / or lecture in the United States and who have an established affiliation with an American university. Applications from recent postdoctorate scholars to full professor level candidates are welcome. The period of stay in the United States is a minimum of three months with visa sponsorship up to twelve months.

Deadline: 10 January 2022
Further information 
KVA scholarships with deadline 15 January 2022 

The following opportunities are available with KVA (The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences):
  • Social Science call (general): Grant for one year; PhD students eligible to apply for max 300 000 SEK, researchers 500 000 SEK. 
  • G S Magnusons Fund: Various grants in the field of mathematics, max one year. 
  • Torsten Amundsons Fund: Grants for studies on homosexuality, to be executed in Sweden, Germany, England and USA. 
  • Biological Science (general): Grants preferably for research- and conference travelling, at a max amount of 100 000 SEK. 
  • P E Lindahls Scholarship Fund: Grants for scientific studies or further education. Primarily open to applicants in the humanities, medicine, and natural sciences, who recently (5 years max) have earned their doctoral decree. Amount applied for must be 150 000 SEK. 
  • Nordenskjöldska Swedenborg Fund: Grant open to PhD students and researchers, active in mathematics, astronomy, geology, physiology or mechanics. 
Deadline: 15 January 2022
Further information (in Swedish)
Lennander Foundation (young researchers in Science and Medicine) 

Uppsala University invites applications to the Lennander Foundation scholarships. These support autonomous studies in the natural sciences or medicine. Authorized to apply are younger Swedish researchers. Applications from researchers that recently defended their thesis, or doctoral students in the end period of their training, will be prioritized. Six scholarships a´300 000 SEK are available. 

Deadline: 26 January 2022
Further information (in Swedish)
Wenner-Gren Fellows postdoctoral education

The Wenner-Gren Fellow scholarships enables young researchers to gain qualified postdoctoral training abroad for a period of up to three years, and after that conduct research in Sweden for two years. The scholarship amount varies depending on family situation. A starting contribution of 400 000 SEK is also available.

Deadline 31 January 2022
Further information (in Swedish) 
Clas Groschinsky Memorial Fund: Younger researchers in medicine

Clas Groschinsky Memorial Fund invites for grant applications in medicine. The call page will be updated with 2022 areas of focus no later than 1 December 2021. Eligible to apply are researchers that defended their doctoral thesis between 2012-2020 and have not yet been offered a permanent university position alt. received a larger (5+ years) grant. 

Deadline: 31 Januari 2022 (forecast)
Further information (in Swedish) 
Jan Wallander and Tom Hedelius Foundation; Tore Browaldh Foundation

The Jan Wallander and Tom Hedelius Foundation, plus the Tore Browaldh Foundation, aim to support social science research focusing foremost on business- and national economics and economic history. For the upcoming January deadline one can apply for: 
  • Browaldh Scholarships
  • Browaldh Scholarship prolongation
  • Research Programmes
  • Research exchange and outreach
Deadline: 31 January 2022
Further information (in Swedish)
Riksbankens Jubileumsfond: Projects, Programmes, Infrastructure 

Riksbankens Jubileumsfond (RJ) supports research in the Humanities and Social Sciences. 

RJ Projects are well-defined research assignments in the social sciences and humanities carried out by groups of individual researchers and by small research groups with connections to Sweden. Grants are approved for up to three years.

RJ Programmes are joint, well-integrated research assignments in the social sciences and humanities carried out over relatively long periods by groups of merited researchers connected with Sweden. 

RJ Infrastructure for Research comprises initiatives aimed at making possible and promoting future research in the social sciences and humanities. Grants are awarded for activities involving preparation for research.

Deadline: 1 February 2022
Further information
Johan & Jacob Söderberg Foundation (economics, law)

Applications regarding doctoral or post-doctoral funding in the fields of economics and law are welcomed. Funding is available as individual scholarships only. Funding for one year represent 340 000 SEK for a doctoral student, 530 000 SEK for a post doc. 

Deadline: 1 February 2022
Further information (in Swedish)
Funding with the Swedish Society of Medicine - 1 February deadline

The Swedish Society of Medicine is a non-profit organisation and a forum for discussing and developing health and health care by promoting Medical Research, Ethics, Education and Quality.

Project grant
Applicant must have earned the doctoral degree no more than 10 years ago. The project must be in the range of two to three years, with a budget of max 500 000 SEK per year. The research plan must contain patient benefits and be presented using the headlines research question, method, work plan, significance and clinical relevance.

Post doc
The post doc scholarship can be applied for by members of the organisation that are physicians, and earned their PhD no more than 7 years ago. The grant must be spent at a foreign institution. Scholarship amount is 25.000 SEK per month.

Research months
The research months enables the grantee to spend 1-2 months performing full-time research at a Swedish institution. Grant sum is 75 000 SEK per month. 
 
Gastroenterologic Research Fund
The Fund aims to support scientific medical research in the field of gastroenterology. 


Ihre Fellowship
The fellowship is open to physicians with a doctoral degree, that have at least begun their specialist training at a gastroenterologic- or gastrointestinal surgery unit. 

Paul Frenckners Fund
Funding is granted for a research stay at a foreign institution, An application can only be made by a younger physician (w/wo doctoral degree) specialized in the field of Oto-rhino-laryngologie.

Björklunds Fund
The Fund aims to support research on ALS and similar neurological diseases. Funding is primarily granted for two-year projects. The budget must not exceed 500 000 SEK per year.     


Deadline: 1 February 2022
Further information (in Swedish) 
Craafood Foundation project grants

On two separate occasions annually, the Crafoord Foundation invites applications for grants for scientific research and education and other grants, respectively. The following are available from December to February: 
  • One-year projects; max 500 000 SEK
  • Two- to four year projects; 1 MSEK per year
  • Contributions to equipment and projects of cross-disciplinary relevance
Young research in their project establishment phase are especially encouraged to apply for the two- to four year projects grants.  

Deadline: 3 February 2022 at 16:00
Further information
Research positions with the Swedish Childhood Cancer Foundation 

The following opportunities are normally announced annually wintertime, with a deadline in early February. 
  • 6-year research position
  • 4-year research assistant
  • Postdoctoral position
  • Clinical research months
  • PhD grants for clinicians
Deadline (forecasted): 4 February 2022
Further information
Swedish Institute: Seed funding for projects in the Baltic Sea region

The Swedish Institute invites applications for its seed funding for cooperation projects in the Baltic Sea region. These support projects that contribute to sustainable economic, environmental or social development in the Baltic sea region and build long-lasting, sustainable relations between Swedish organisations and other Baltic organisations. Applications must include at least three actors in three different eligible countries. The main applicant must be based in Sweden. Grants are worth between SEK 100,000 and SEK 500,000 each for up to 18 months.

Deadline: 15 February 2022 at 15.00
Further information

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Research Services have special responsibility for the following funders and programmes:
 
Swedish funding bodies such as the Wallenberg foundations
EU framework programme for research and innovation
American federal funding
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