ERC grants to KTH
On this page, we list researchers at KTH that have secured funding from Horizon 2020 (2014-2020) and Horizon Europe (2021 to 2027). The year of the call indicate what framework programme it is conneted to.
ERC Advanced Grants
ERC Advanced Grant for established or senior scientists with a track-record of significant research achievements in the last ten years.
Joakim Lundeberg (CBH), project: TWIGA.
Aristides Gionis (EECS), REBOUND. Start: 1 March 2020.
Sverker Sörlin (ABE), GLOBEGOV. Start: 1 October 2018.
Dan Henningson (SCI), TRANSEP. Started in 1 September 2016.
ERC Consolidator Grants
The ERC Consolidator Grant is available for researchers seven to twelwe years after completed doctoral studies.
Ricardo Vinuesa (SCI), DEEPCONTROL. Start: 1 April 2022.
Lisa Prahl Wittberg (SCI), fitsCAN. Start: 1 September 2022.
Tuuli Lappalainen (CBH), DOSAGE2FUNC. Start: spring 2022.
Madeline Balaam (EECS), Intimate Touch. Start: 1 September 2022.
Jonatan Lenells (SCI), BOPNIE. Start: 1 May 2016
ERC Starting Grants
Grant for young researchers, open for application seven years after completed doctoral studies.
Michael Liverts (SCI), DYNPRESS. Start: 1 September 2022
Ian Hoffecker (CBH), DNA-Microscopy. Start: 1 May 2021
Jens Bárðarson (SCI), QUANTMATT. Start: 1: 2017
ERC Proof of Concept
The funding is given to explore the commercial and societal potential of the above-listed main projects. The project durations are 12 to 18 months and receive 150 000 euros.
(EECS), project: TERAFILT (2020)
Frank Niklaus (EECS), project: MaMs3 (2018)
Göran Stemme (EECS), project: xMEMSDBS (2016)
Gunnar Malm (team member, PI at TU Wien) (EECS), project: NOVOFLOP (2015)
Frank Niklaus (EECS), project: MaMs2 (2015)
Johan Hoffman (EECS), project: ADAPTIVE (2014)
Göran Stemme (EECS), project: xMEMsRAY (2014)
Mikael Östling (EECS), project: iPUBLIC (2014)