Grant winners

June 25, 2009


Award winner: Julia Davidson

Institution: Kingston University

Value: EUR450,000 (£381,000)

Internet abusers' online grooming and victim targeting: messages for internet safety


Award winner: Andy Heyes

Institution: Imperial College London

Value: £205,401

Development of a phosphorescence technique for joint velocity-scalar-temperature measurements in lean, premixed, stratified and mild combustion

Award winners: Andrew Beeby and Jonathan Aylott

Institutions: Durham University and University of Nottingham

Value: £136,042 (Durham) and £103,454 (Nottingham)

Synthesis and characterisation of dual functional nanoparticles for probing the role of reactive oxygen species in cellular function

Award winners: Arthur Peeters, Colin Roach and Joachim Hein

Institutions: University of Warwick, United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority and University of Edinburgh

Value: £37,422 (Warwick), £5,844 (UKAEA) and £37,289 (Edinburgh)

Multiscale modelling of magnetised plasma turbulence

Award winner: Arnaud Marmier

Institution: University of Exeter

Value: £340,473

Modelling negative linear compressibility: from crystals to scaffolds

Award winner: Anna Peacock

Institution: University of Southampton

Value: £339,525

Fiberised silicon: a new platform for non-linear photonics devices

Award winner: Jamie R. Standing

Institution: Imperial College London

Value: £1,164,630

Assessing ground interaction effects and potential damage on existing tunnels before and after new excavation works

Award winner: Timothy G. Constandinou

Institution: Imperial College London

Value: £157,730

A bidirectional power/data transfer platform based on electro-optical effects in standard MOS

Award winners: Glen McHale and Stefan Doerr

Institution: Nottingham Trent University and Swansea University

Value: £324,170 (NTU) and £120,309 (Swansea)

Particle-based superhydrophobic surfaces: lab models-to-field sample behaviour

Award winner: Henrik J. Jensen

Institution: Imperial College London

Value: £82,481

Scaling in complex systems

Award winner: Andrew J. Bell

Institution: University of Leeds

Value: £88,524

High-temperature piezoelectric materials

Award winners: Mark Bowden, Robert Stevens and Paul May

Institutions: Open University, Science and Technology Funding Council and University of Bristol

Value: £219,991 (Open), £220,818 (STFC) and £362,768 (Bristol)

Microplasmas from diamond arrays

Award winner: David J. Tozer

Institution: Durham University

Value: £412,116

State-of-the-art TDDFT for light-emitting complexes

Award winner: Tim Meese

Institution: Aston University

Value: £648,319

The spatial integration and segmentation of luminance contrast in human spatial vision


Award winner: Sonia Livingstone

Institution: London School of Economics

Value: EUR2.5 million

EU kids online II

Professor Livingstone's team will conduct research into the various safety issues for children online, which include risks such as exposure to inappropriate content, sexual grooming and bullying. The study will analyse groups of children aged between 9 and 16 years old and their parents from up to 25 European Union member states to produce comparative results on internet use across Europe. The researchers hope to improve understanding of children's safety on the internet by informing policymakers, educators and the public about online trends.

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