Last week, the Swedish Research Council decided what applications it will grant funding for in the natural sciences and technology. Among them were three researchers at Linnaeus University who together will receive a total of SEK 10.5 million in project funding.
Alf Månsson, professor at the Department of Chemistry and Biomedical Sciences, will receive SEK 4.1 million divided over four years for the project “Komplexa mekanismer bakom aktiva musklers motstånd mot utsträckning”.
Joachim Toft, professor at the Department of Mathematics, will receive SEK 3.2 million divided over four years for the project “Hörmander-Weylkalkyl för ultradistributioner”.
Samuel Hylander, associate senior lecturer at the Department of Biology and Environmental Science, will receive SEK 3.2 million divided over four years for the project “Att kvantifiera flödet av tiamin (vitamin B1) från producenter till toppredatorer”.