Gå til indhold
You are here: Home Research and Innovation Councils and commissions Independent Research Fund Denmark Grants Postdoc grants from the Danish Council for Independent Research | Natural Sciences, February 2015

Postdoc grants from the Danish Council for Independent Research | Natural Sciences, February 2015

The Danish Council for Independent Research | Natural Sciences awards 12 postdoc grants to research talents in Denmark to the sum of approximately DKK 20.4 million. The grant recipients are listed below.

The grants are awarded within the framework of the Danish Council for Independent Research’s E2014 and F2015 call, with the aim of providing younger researchers the best possible conditions for producing outstanding research results at a high international level.

Grant letters will be forwarded to the recipients as soon as possible. Rejection letters will include a brief text, explaining the main academic reasons for the project not obtaining a grant.

Please be advised that the Council cannot be held responsible for printing errors and reserves the right to make adjustments.


Project Title: The Role of Chaperone-Mediated Autophagy in Tau Protein Pathology
Grant Recipient: Nadia Storm
Place of Employment: Albert Einstein College of Medicin, USA
Awarded Amount: 1,196,152 DKK


Project Title: Structure and mechanism of the bile-salt dependent lipid extrusion pump ABCB4
Grant Recipient: Jeppe Anker Olsen
Place of Employment: ETH Zürich, Switzerland
Awarded Amount: 1,385,247 DKK


Project Title: Pursuit of Strong Magnetic Exchange and Large Magnetic Anisotropy in Compounds of the f-elements
Grant Recipient: Katie Meihaus
Place of Employment: University of Copenhagen
Awarded Amount: 1,828,800 DKK / Withdrawn


Project Title: Program Logics for Relaxed Memory Models
Grant Recipient: Kasper Svendsen
Place of Employment: University of Cambridge, UK / University of Aarhus
Awarded Amount: 1,823,032 DKK


Project Title: The influence of metabolic rate plasticity on animal behaviour and performance in a changing environment
Grant Recipient: Tommy Norin Andersen
Place of Employment: University of Glasgow, UK
Awarded Amount: 1,485,120 DKK


Project Title: Biogeographical variation in species interaction networks
Grant Recipient: Daniel Carstensen
Place of Employment: University of Copenhagen
Awarded Amount: 1,811,427 DKK


Project Title: Overcoming the computational barrier of predicting accurate binding energies with fragment-based methods
Grant Recipient: Casper Steinmann Svendsen
Place of Employment: University of Bristol, UK / University of Southern Denmark
Awarded Amount: 2,010,816 DKK


Project Title: The internal dynamics of stars: high-precision depth-dependent asteroseismology with SONG
Grant Recipient: Mikkel Nørup Lund
Place of Employment: University of Birmingham, UK / University of Aarhus
Awarded Amount: 1,721,798 DKK


Project Title: Cooperative Transition Metal Catalysis in the Synthesis of Enantiomerically Enriched Amines and Anilines
Grant Recipient: Stig Pagh Düring Friis
Place of Employment: Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA / University of Aarhus
Awarded Amount: 2,088,288 DKK


Project Title: From craton to shelf: What controls the geodynamic evolution of wide continental shelves?
Grant Recipient: Alexey Shulgin
Place of Employment: University of Copenhagen
Awarded Amount: 1,874,234 DKK


Project Title: Physics and Mathematics of Scattering Amplitudes
Grant Recipient: Mads Søgaard
Place of Employment: Stanford University, USA
Awarded Amount: 1,353,999 DKK


Project Title: Elucidation of the role of Factor XIII-A in human macrophages.
Grant Recipient: Camilla Lund Nikolajsen
Place of Employment: University of Oxford, UK / University of Aarhus
Awarded Amount: 1,792,516 DKK / Withdrawn

last modified Aug 15, 2019