Results of MoRE2020's first Call for Proposals
MoRE2020's first call for proposals was open from 2 May - 1 September 2017. The programme received 21 applications, of which 19 were eligible. After peer review and evaluation by international and Swedish experts, the proposals were ranked and prioritised by the MoRE2020 Programme Board. On 8 December, the Regional Development Committee of Region Västra Götaland awarded MoRE2020 grants to the following proposals.
MoRE2020 Fellow Karin Sjöstrand, outgoing mobility to the Columbia University in the City of New York, USA, from RISE Research Institutes of Sweden
Digital Twin as a Decision-Making Support Tool for Resilience of Urban’s Infrastructure under Extreme Climatic Events
MoRE2020 Fellow Kamyab Zandi, outgoing mobility from Chalmers University of Technology to Stanford University, USA
Lymphoproliferation and autoimmunity - are they connected in patients with primary immunodeficiencies?
MoRE2020 Fellow Ola Grimsholm, incoming mobility from Bambino Gesu Children's Hospital, Italy, to the University of Gothenburg
Cold water coral larval survivorship under environmental stressors: assessing anthropogenic impacts on vulnerable ecosystem engineers
MoRE2020 Fellow Rhian Waller, incoming mobility from the University of Maine, USA, to the University of Gothenburg
MoRE2020 Fellow Ali Assifaoui, incoming mobility from University of Burgundy, France, to Chalmers University of Technology
MoRE2020 Fellow Malgorzata Krzyzowska, incoming mobility from EIT+ Research Centre Wroclaw, Poland to the University of Gothenburg