Grant winners

April 29, 2010

GERMAN ACADEMIC EXCHANGE SERVICE

Promoting German studies in the UK

Award winners: Sarah Colvin and Carolyn Rowe

Institution: University of Birmingham

Value (2010-11): EUR50,586

Zeitgeist: what does it mean to be German in the 21st century?

Award winner: Richard Evans

Institution: University of Cambridge

Value (2011-12): EUR42,404

Germany and the world in the age of globalisation

Award winners: Simon Green and Edward Turner

Institution: Aston University

Value (2010-11): EUR57,323

Rethinking the Christian Democratic policy paradigm: the case of Germany

Award winner: Jan Palmowski

Institution: King's College London

Value (2010-11): EUR40,877

Dual PhD programme

Award winners: Sarah Colvin and Carolyn Rowe

Institution: University of Birmingham, in cooperation with Leeds, London, Manchester, Nottingham and Oxford universities

Value (2010-11): EUR35,736

Annual German studies summer school for postgraduate researchers

ENGINEERING AND PHYSICAL SCIENCES RESEARCH COUNCIL

Award winner: B. Konev

Institution: University of Liverpool

Value: £326,691

Logical difference for ontology versioning

Award winner: S. Schewe

Institution: University of Liverpool

Value: £335,487

Synthesis and verification in Markov game structures

Award winner: M.D. Ward

Institution: University of Sheffield

Value: £650,065

Solvent-dependent host-guest chemistry of polyhedral coordination cages

Award winner: P. Cawley

Institution: Imperial College London

Value: £908,048

Imperial College NDE Group - renewal of platform grant

Award winner: G. Travaglini

Institution: Queen Mary, University of London

Value: £6,363

Workshop: Amplitudes 2010

Award winner: E. Rukzio

Institution: Lancaster University

Value: £101,353

Interaction with projector phones

Award winner: A. Scott

Institution: University of Leeds

Value: £246,587

Fundamentals of current and future uses of nuclear graphite

Award winner: B.J. Marsden

Institution: University of Manchester

Value: £149,023

Fundamentals of current and future uses of nuclear graphite

Award winner: C. Boxall

Institution: Lancaster University

Value: £5,852

MBase: the molecular basis of advanced nuclear fuel separations

Award winner: G.J. Zimmer

Institution: University of Bath

Value: £16,187

Analysis of multi-scale problems in mathematical chemistry

Award winner: C.C. Pain

Institution: Imperial College London

Value: £132,157

MBase: the molecular basis of advanced nuclear fuel separations

Award winner: D.G. Jenkins

Institution: University of York

Value: £96,021

Nuclear data: fission yields, decay heat and neutron-reaction cross sections

Award winner: A. Becker

Institution: University of Nottingham

Value: £179,255

Fundamentals of current and future uses of nuclear graphite

Award winner: K. Ross

Institution: University of Salford

Value: £384,556

Fundamentals of current and future uses of nuclear graphite

IN DETAIL

Award winner: Rose Luckin

Institution: Institute of Education, University of London

Value: £233,282

Taking on the teenagers - using adolescent energy to reduce energy use

This project will work with teenagers to investigate, develop and evaluate mobile solutions to cut their energy consumption. Professor Luckin will study digital technologies used by adolescents with the aim of showing them how much energy they use and persuading them to cut it, employing novel digital products to do so.

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