Research prizes and awards

The departments of the Faculty of Applied Sciences have an excellent reputation for their research. Many of the members of academic staff are prize-winning scientists who received grants from Dutch and European research organisations:

2013

ERC

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Other grants and prizes in 2013 were:

2012

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Other grants in 2012 were:

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Other grants in 2011 were:


2010

ERC  

  • Prof. Henny Zandbergen (Quantum Nanoscience) has been awarded for an ERC Advanced Grant with a maximum of € 3,5 million euros for his reseach ’In-situ NanoElectrical Measurements in a Transmission Electron Microscope'.

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Other grants in 2010 were:
 

   


2009

ERC

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  • Dr. Pascale Daran-Lapujade (Biotechnology) for 'Synthetical glycolyse in bakkersgist'.
  • Dr. Ferdinand Grozema (Chemical Engineering) for 'Exploiting quantum interference effect in molecular scale electronics'.

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2008

ERC

  • Prof. Leo Kouwenhoven (Quantum Nanoscience) has been awarded an ERC Advanced Grant.
  • Dr. Lieven Vandersypen (Quantum Nanoscience) has been awarded an ERC Starting Grant.
  • Prof. Mike Jetten (Biotechnology) has been awarded for his reasearch proposal on 'Anaerobic ammonium oxidizing bacteria'.

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  • Dr. Lieven Vandersypen (Quantum Nanoscience) for 'Using entangled electron spins for calculation'.
  • Dr. Serge Lemay (Bionanoscience) for 'Measuring molecules one by one'.

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2007

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  • Ir. Jadviga Tatur (Biotechnology) for her research for 'Understaning the structure of proteins, of great importance for the development of new medications'.



2006 

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  • Peter Prinsen (Biotechnology): 'How large is a large RNA molecule?'



2005

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2004

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