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Over 14 million research grant from VR to the Department of Physics

News: Nov 03, 2015

University of Gothenburg gets almost SEK 112 million in grants from Vetenskapsrådet, and over 14 million goes to the Department of Physics.

The Department of Physics received SEK 14 million in research grants from Vetenskapsrådet.

“We are especially pleased with the grants given to two of our young researchers at the department” says Mattias Goksör, Head of the Department.

The research areas Biophysics and Spintronics were very successful, and the four researchers are:

Caroline Adiels
"Mikrofluidik för läkemedelstestning och encellsanalys"
3 360 000 kronor under fyra år
caroline.adiels@physics.gu.se, 031-786 9123


Randy Dumas
"Byggstenar för ultrasnabba spinnvågsbaserade databeräkningar av nästa generation"
3 400 000 kronor under fyra år
randy.dumas@physics.gu.se, 031-786 9152


Mattias Goksör
"Glykolytiska oscillationer som modellsystem för utsöndring av insulin från β-celler"
3 400 000 kronor under fyra år
mattias.goksor@physics.gu.se, 031-786 9125


Johan Åkerman
"Spinnströmsdrivna magnetiska droppar och dynamiska skyrmioner"
4 024 000 kronor under fyra år
johan.akerman@physics.gu.se, 031-786 9147




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