Grants

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2016

Recruitment Program
The 10th call for applications was announced in 2016, and grants were given towards new projects on December 2nd 2015:

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(See article at www.uib.no)

2015

Recruitment Program
The ninth call for applications was announced in 2015, and grants were given towards new projects on December 4th 2015:

(See article at www.uib.no)

2014

Recruitment Program
The eight call for applications was announced in 2014, and grants were given towards new projects on December 4th 2014:

  • Anna Nele Meckler, earth science/climate, 8,0 MNOK over 4 years
  • Stian Knappskog, medicine, 8,0 MNOK over 4 years
  • Nils Haberg, medicine, 8,0 MNOK over 4 years

(News article)

2013

Recruitment Program
The seventh call for applications was announced in 2013, and grants were given towards new projects in November the same year:

  • Bjarte Hannisdal, geobiology, 4.1 MNOK over 4 years
  • Helge Ræder, medicine, 8.0 MNOK over 4 years
  • Eivind Valen, bioinformatics, 8.0 MNOK over 4 years

( News article – in Norwegian)

2012

Bergen Research Foundation did not give new grants in 2012.

2011

Recruitment Program
The sixth call for applications was announced in 2011, and grants were given towards new projects in September the same year:

The respective university faculties contributed similar amounts in additional funding.

The Functionality of the Criminal Justice System
In 2011 the foundation also granted 16 MNOK towards the research project “The Functionality of the Criminal Justice System” at the Faculty of Law, University of Bergen.  This was a new donation from Trond Mohn which was granted through the Bergen Research Foundation. An additional 4 MNOK from “gaveforsterkningsordningen” was added to the project’s operating budget.  The faculty of Law has also supported the project with own funding.   Associate Professor Linda Grøning is PI.

2010

Recruitment Program
The sixth call for applications was announced in 2010, and grants were given towards new projects in September the same year:

The respective university faculties contributed similar amounts in additional funding.

(News article)

2009

Recruitment Program
The fifth call for applications was announced in 2009, and grants were given towards new projects in September the same year.

Emmet Mc Cormack. medicine: 8 MNOK over 4 years
Heidi Sandaker, physics: 8 MNOK over 4 years

The respective university faculties contributed similar amounts in additional funding.

2008

Recruitment Program
The fourth call for applications was announced in 2008, and grants were given towards new projects in October the same year.

The following grants were awarded:

Nathalie Reuter, molecular biology: 7.2 MNOK over 4 years
Stephanie Le Hellard, biomedicine: 6.0 MNOK over 3 years
Jørn Jacobsen, criminal law: 3.7 MNOK over 3 years

The respective university faculties contributed similar amounts in additional funding.

2007

The third call for applications was announced in 2007, and grants were given towards new projects in December 2007.

Recruitment Program
The following grants were awarded:

The respective university faculties contributed similar amounts in additional funding.

(News article)

Internationalization Program
The following grants were awarded:

  • Lars Svåsand, 1 MNOK,
    Electoral Processes and Political Parties in New Democracies
  • Ernst Nordtveit, 1 MNOK,
    Internationalization Program in Property Law

2006

After the call for for applications was announced in 2006, grants were given towards new projects in early 2007.

Recruitment Program
The foundation awarded the following grants:

The respective university faculties contributed similar amounts in additional funding.

(News article)

Internationalization Program
The foundation granted 1.0 MNOK towards the project ”Strengthening competence in molecular systematics and molecular analyze methods”, by Christoffer Schander and S. Ekman, Institute of Biology institutt, and E. Willassen and I. Byrkjedal, Bergen University Museum.

2005

The first call for applications was announced during the fall of 2005, and the first grants were given towards research at the University of Bergen.

Recruitment Program
Bodil Holst was granted 2 MNOK per annuum for 4 years. The Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences contributed a similar amount in additional funding. Holst is now professor in nanophysics at the Department of Physics and Technology at the University of Bergen.

Renate Grüner was awarded NOK 1,000,000 from the foundation and NOK 1,000,000 from the Faculty of Medicine. (PET-related research and competence building.)

Internationalization Program
The following grants were awarded

  • Astri Andresen (medical history) NOK 816,000
  • Eystein Jansen (climate research) NOK 988,000

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