Registration form

The participation is limited to 25 people. If the event is fully booked you can sign up for the waiting list and we will contact you if a seat becomes available.

The applications are available as paper copies for the reading day, and due to logistics and transportation, we have a limited number of copies. We therefore invite you to select two proposals which we will make sure are reserved for you at the beginning of the session. You are very welcome to read other proposals, but you may have to wait till other participants have finished with their copies.

Conditions for the reading session:

  • Only by preregistration
  • You have to sign declaration of Confidentiality
  • Photocopying or photos of the applications are not allowed
  • Applications cannot be taken out of the reading room

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Information

Time
Wednesday November 27th 2019 at 12:30 to 15:30
Deadline
Tuesday November 19th 2019 at 23:59

The activity is full. By registering you will be placed on a waiting list.

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Available proposals

Proposal no Domain Panel Grant level Year P.I. Title
30 Life Sciences LS3 Advanced Grant 2017 Harald Stenmark  Coincidence detection of proteins and lipids in regulation of cellular membrane dynamics (CODE)
11 Life Sciences LS5 Starting Grant 2013 Jonathan Whitlock Deconstructing action planning and action observation in parietal circuits in rats (Rat Mirror Cell)
5 Life Sciences LS5 Starting Grant 2014 Koen VERVAEKE The role of 5HT3a inhibitory interneurons in sensory processing (SurfaceInhibition)
39 Life Sciences LS7 Starting Grant 2017 Kyrre Eeg Emblem Imaging Perfusion Restrictions from Extracellular Solid Stress (ImPRESS)            
19 Life Sciences LS7 Starting Grant 2018 Johannes Espolin Roksund Hov Recurrent disease in the liver transplant: window to identify and stop gut signals driving autoimmunity (StopAutoimmunity)
10 Life Sciences LS8 Advanced Grant 2009 Tron Frede Thingstad Microbial Network Organisation (MINOS)
18 Life Sciences LS8 Consolidator Grant 2014 Andreas HEJNOL The evolution of mesoderm and its differentiation into cell types and organ (EVOMESODERM)
25 Life Sciences LS9 Starting Grant 2013 Phillip Pope Interpreting the irrecoverable microbiota in digestive ecosystems (MicroDE)
16 Physical Sciences & Engineering PE1 Starting Grant 2012 Sergey Neshveyev Noncommutative geometry and quantum groups (NCGQG)
26 Physical Sciences & Engineering PE1 Advanced Grant 2012 Nikolai Østgaard  Terrestrial Gamma Flashes-the Most Energetic Photon Phenomenon in our Atmosphere (TGF-MEPPA)
21 Physical Sciences & Engineering PE1 Advanced Grant 2013 Ragnar Winther  Finite Element Exterior Calculus and Applications (FEEC-A)
17 Physical Sciences & Engineering PE2 Starting Grant 2014 Ann-Cecilie LARSEN Resonant Nuclear Gamma Decay and the Heavy-Element Nucleosynthesis (gRESONANT)
27 Physical Sciences & Engineering PE4 Advanced Grant 2010 Trygve Ulf Helgaker Ab-initio adiabatic-connection curves for density-functional analysis and construction  (ABACUS)
9 Physical Sciences & Engineering PE4 Starting Grant 2011 Kenneth Ruud Theoretical multiphoton spectroscopy for understanding surfaces and interfaces (SURFSPEC)
37 Physical Sciences & Engineering PE6 Advanced Grant 2010 Fedor Fomin RIGOROUS THEORY OF PREPROCESSING (PREPROCESSING)
22 Physical Sciences & Engineering PE6 Starting Grant 2012 Saket Saurabh Parameterized Approximation (PARAPPROX)
23 Physical Sciences & Engineering PE6 Consolidator Grant 2018 Saket Saurabh Lossy Preprocessing (LOPRE)
31 Physical Sciences & Engineering PE7 Starting Grant 2013 Balpreet Singh Ahluwalia High-speed chip-based nanoscopy to discover real-time sub-cellular dynamics (Nanoscopy)
32 Physical Sciences & Engineering PE7 Starting Grant 2017 Jana Jagerska Cryptophane-Enhanced Trace Gas Spectroscopy for On-Chip Methane Detection (sCENT)
12 Physical Sciences & Engineering PE9 Advanced Grant 2011 Mats Carlsson Physics of the Solar Chromosphere (CHROMPHYS)
41 Physical Sciences & Engineering PE9 Consolidator Grant 2015 Sven WEDEMEYER  ALMA – The key to the Sun’s coronal heating problem. (SolarALMA)
35 Physical Sciences & Engineering PE10 Advanced Grant 2010 Trond Helge Torsvik BEYOND PLATE TECTONICS (BPT)
1 Physical Sciences & Engineering PE10 Advanced Grant 2014 Bjørn JAMTVEIT  Disequilibirum metamorphism of stressed lithosphere (DIME)
6 Physical Sciences & Engineering PE10 Advanced Grant 2014 Andreas STOHL  Camera Observation and Modelling of 4D Tracer Dispersion in the Atmosphere (COMTESSA)
38 Physical Sciences & Engineering PE10 Starting Grant 2014 Anna Nele MECKLER Climate change across Cenozoic cooling steps reconstructed with clumped isotope thermometry (C4T)
29 Physical Sciences & Engineering PE10 Starting Grant 2017 Trude Storelvmo Mixed-phase clouds and climate (MC2) – from process-level understanding to large-scale impacts (MC2)
43 Physical Sciences & Engineering PE10 Consolidator Grant 2017 Harald Sodemann Isotopic links to atmopheric water's sources (ISLAS)
7 Social Sciences & Humanities SH1 Starting Grant 2011 Anders Fjell Emergence and decline of constructive memory – Life-span changes in a common brain network for imagination and episodic memory (ConstructiveMem)
34 Social Sciences & Humanities SH1 Advanced Grant 2012 Kjetil Storesletten The Macroeconomics of Inequality, Development and the Welfare State  (MACROINEQUALITY).
14 Social Sciences & Humanities SH2 Advanced Grant 2010 Andreas Follesdal The Legitimacy of Multi-level Human Rights Judiciary (MULTIRIGHTS)
28 Social Sciences & Humanities SH2 Starting Grant 2010 Katja Franko Aas 'Crimmigration': Crime Control in the Borderlands of Europe (CRIMMIGRATION)
4 Social Sciences & Humanities SH3 Advanced Grant 2011 Thomas Hylland Eriksen The three crises of globalisation: An anthropological history of the early 21st century (Overheating)
42 Social Sciences & Humanities SH3 Starting Grant 2018 Aike Peter Rots Whales of Power: Aquatic Mammals, Devotional Practices, and Environmental Change in Maritime East Asia (WhoP)
40 Social Sciences & Humanities SH4 Starting Grant 2009 Øystein Linnebo Plurals, Predicates, and Paradox: Towards a Type-Free Account (PPP)
3 Social Sciences & Humanities SH4 Advanced Grant 2015 Kenneth Hugdahl (2) Perception of voices that do not exist: Tracking the temporal signatures of auditory hallucinations (ONOFF)
8 Social Sciences & Humanities SH4 Consolidator Grant 2016 Anders Martin FJELL (2) The Missing Link of Episodic Memory Decline in Aging: The Role of Inefficient Systems Consolidation  (AgeConsolidate ) 
36 Social Sciences & Humanities SH4 Consolidator Grant 2017 Kristine Walhovd (2) Set to change: early life factors restricting and promoting neurocognitive plasticity through life (Set-to-change)
13 Social Sciences & Humanities SH4 Starting Grant 2018 Siri Leknes How distress alters opioid drug effects and abuse liability (OPIOIDREWARD)
2 Social Sciences & Humanities SH5 Consolidator Grant 2017 Jill Walker Rettberg Machine Vision in Everyday Life: Playful Interactions with Visual Technologies in Digital Art, Games, Narratives and Social Media
15 Social Sciences & Humanities SH6 Advanced Grant 2009 Christopher Stuart Henshilwood Tracing the evolution of symbolically mediated behaviours within variable environments in Europe and southern Africa (TRACSYMBOLS)
24 Social Sciences & Humanities SH6 Advanced Grant 2017 Anthony Brown Terrace Archaeology and Culture in Europe (TerrACE)
20 Social Sciences & Humanities SH6 Consolidator Grant 2018 Victor Ghica Deconstructing Early Christian Metanarratives: Fourth-Century Egyptian Christianity in the Light of Material Evidence (DEChriM)
33 Social Sciences & Humanities SH6 Consolidator Grant 2018 Veronique Pouillard The History of Intellectual Property Rights in the Creative Industries (CREATIVE IPR)