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Graduate School neutron science

Period of application
Grant period
Amount (SEK million)
Scientific Secretary
Joakim Amorim

Description of call for proposal

SSF announces MSEK 120 for a National Graduate School in Neutron Scattering (GSn), which meets the highest international scientific standards. The graduate school will be funded during 5-6 years and is expected to train and graduate about 20 PhD:s, holding a broad competence in neutron scattering-based research, during this period. SSF further plans to offer the graduate school to apply for a continuation grant, corresponding to MSEK 100, after three years of operation for the graduation of an additional 20 PhD:s, pending a successful half time evaluation. The aim of the present Call is to strengthen Sweden’s long-term competence and competitiveness within the area of neutron scattering science and technology via the establishment of a national graduate school in neutron scattering.

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  Applied Granted Granted as a percentage
Total number of applications 2 1 50%
Life Sciences 1 0 0%
Bioengineering, Medical Technology and Life Science Technologies 0 0 0%
Material Science and Material Technologies 1 1 100%
Information, Communication, and System Technologies 0 0 0%
Computational Science and Applied Mathematics 0 0 0%
Other 0 0 0%
Female main applicants 0 0 0%
Male main applicants 2 1 50%
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