Interview and cases

Get inspiration for your work with external funding from researchers and others with experience in funding

2017.11.22 | Forskningsstøtte

Interview with professor Hans Erik Bøtker: COST-networks move your research field

Professor Hans Erik Bøtker and three of his international colleagues wanted a stronger European network within their field of research - Cardiology. Therefore, they applied for a COST network, and today they have a network in which 20 countries are represented. He sees the COST network as an excellent funding possibility for researchers, and he believes that they have managed to organise an excell

2017.11.22 | Forskningsstøtte

Interview with deputy director John Westensee: Focus on Impact is Important - Get Inspiration Here

What will be the 'impact' of your research? Your proposal should answer that question both precisely and with sufficient details, says deputy director of AU Research and External Relations, John Westensee. John Westensee has recently attended a conference in New Zealand where impact was the dominant theme.

2017.11.22 | Forskningsstøtte

Interview with professor Søren Riis Paludan: An EU grant of DKK 4 million euro strengthens my field of research internationally

Professor Søren Riis Paludan is the coordinator of the Horizon 2020 project “Training network providing cutting-EDGE knowlEDGE on Herpes Virology and Immunology" (EDGE). EDGE is an Innovation Training Network (ITN) in the Marie Curie programme in the Excellent Science section. The project has received almost € 4 million to train the next generation of researchers to find solutions to the preventio

2017.11.22 | Forskningsstøtte

Interview with senior researcher Hans Sanderson: Start writing your proposal well in advance - it increases your chances of an EU grant

Hans Sanderson, senior researcher at the Department of Environmental Science, has been the coordinator of an FP7 cooperation project "BASE", which was finalized in 2016. He passes on advice that will benefit any applicant for Horizon 2020 funds.

2017.11.22 | Forskningsstøtte

Interview with dekan Johnny Laursen: AU seeks influence on the Danish Horizon 2020 priorities

Denmark has a strong influence on Horizon 2020. And we have powerful allied partners in the programme committees, says dean Johnny Laursen. Johnny Laursen sits as a national expert in the EU’s programme committee for 'Europe in a Changing World - Inclusive, Innovative and Reflective Societies’, which is one of the themes of Horizon 2020’s Societal Challenges.

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