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  • ERC funding within Horizon 2020

    Below you will find information on how to apply for ERC funding and the support given by KTH Research Support Office (RSO).

  • New dimensions of 3D printing

    A drawing programme and a 3D printer: in the future, that’s all it will take to produce customised micro- and nanoscale silicon structures for sensors and other devices.

  • ERC Consolidator Grants to two KTH researchers

    Recently, the European Research Council (ERC) published the results of the 2017 call for proposals for ERC Consolidator Grants. Of the total of 14 Swedish researchers who received grants, two are from KTH Royal Institute of Technology: Dejan Kostic, Professor of Internetworking and Per Högselius, Associate Professor in the field of the History of Science, Technology and Environment.

  • Recognition of major contributions on a micro scale

    Their most successful project within medical diagnostics is a pressure sensor that measures strictures in the heart and consequently prevent heart attacks. Today hundreds of such sensors are sold every year, all over the world. When the European Research Council (ERC) announced grants to world-class researchers, Göran Stemme and his research colleagues at the Microsystem Technology Lab brought home SEK 23 million! Such research may result in new medical technology.

  • Routine and support for EU proposals for collaboration projects (RIA, IA, CSA)

    Applying for funding for an EU collaboration project doesn’t have to be difficult. Follow KTH’s recommendations and guidelines below for support with everything from budgeting to submitting a proposal.

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