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Ruth Palmer is Professor in Molecular Genetics.
Ruth Palmer is Professor in Molecular Genetics.
Photo: Johan Wingborg
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Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation

The Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation (KAW) has provided SEK 640 million in grants to 20 projects within medicine, natural science and technology which it is believed will generate future scientific break-throughs. The following top-researchers have received long-term support from KAW.

2020 Thierry Coquand

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Thierry Coquand, Professor
Thierry Coquand, Professor in Computer Science.
Photo: Camilla K. Elmar / Senter for grunnforskning

Principal investigator: Thierry Coquand, professor of computer science
The project "Type Theory for Mathematics and Computer Science" receives funding of SEK 34,700,000 over five years.

It will be a collaborative project between computer scientist Thierry Coquand at University of Gothenburg and mathematician Peter Lumsdaine at Stockholm University.

Read more about the research.

Read more: "Software that checks proofs" (published by the Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation.

2019 Giovanni Volpe

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Giovanni Volpe, Professor of Physics

Principal investigator: Giovanni Volpe, Professor of Physics.
Co-investigator: Bernhard Mehlig, Professor of Physics.
Approved grant: 37 MSEK over five years.

Partners:

Chalmers
Mikael Käll

Lund University
Joakim Stenhammar

Read more about the research.

2018 Ruth Palmer

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Ruth Palmer, Professor of molecular cell biology
Photo: Johan Wingborg

Principal investigator:
Ruth Palmer, professor of molecular cell biology

Co-investigators:
University of Gothenburg
Bengt Hallberg
Tommy Martinsson

Karolinska Institutet
Igor Adameyko
Johan Holmberg

Approved grant: 36,7 MSEK over five years.  

Read more about the research.

2017

Raimund Feifel
Fredrik Bäckhed

Maria Falkenberg
Gunnar C Hansson
Thomas Nyström

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2022: Research projects with high scientific potential

The Foundation supports projects with high scientific potential. Projects should be focused on a coherent research question where the complementary competencies of the participating scientists gives new possibilities to attack the chosen research question.
Projects normally have a budget of between SEK 15 million and SEK 30 million. Projects can have a duration of three to five years.

Application deadline February 2022.