Nordita can act as a host institute for research grants, when this is required by a funding agency. For a limited number of applications, Nordita can co-sponsor grants when the grant from a funding agency only covers part of the costs of a research project. Current grants that Nordita might co-sponsor are listed on this page. If you have questions or suggestions, please contact the director of Nordita.
Before any grant application which lists Nordita as the host institute can be submitted, a hosting agreement must be in place, listing the resources and facilities to be set aside by Nordita to run the research project if the grant application is successful. If you are interested in applying for a grant with Nordita as your host institute, please send the following documents (as attachments to an e-mail) to the director of Nordita:
You should contact Nordita as early as possible before the grant deadline, and no later than the date mentioned in the grant descriptions on this page (typically one month before the grant deadline).
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The purpose of a Project Grant Junior Researchers is to give you, a researcher early in your career, an opportunity to build up and develop a research activity.
Nordita is interested in being the host institution for grants under this VR program for a limited number of highly qualified applicants in theoretical physics and related areas, whose research interests are well matched to ongoing work at the institute. Nordita can co-sponsor grants by contributing to the salary of the Principal Investigator and providing research facilities.
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