Support to research applications

CEC provides assistance to researchers applying for external grants which contribute to integrated environmental and climate research. The support can be in kind and/or financial.

In-kind support

CEC provides in-kind support such as advising on: 

  • Stakeholder/user involvement – Juliana Dänhardt 
    juliana [dot] danhardt [at] cec [dot] lu [dot] se
  • Addressing call criteria, including criteria addressing gender aspect of research content – Marianne Hall
    marianne [dot] hall [at] cec [dot] lu [dot] se
  • Development of communication plans – Anna Maria Erling 
    anna_maria [dot] erling [at] cec [dot] lu [dot] se
  • Open access publication and open data – Marianne Hall 
    marianne [dot] hall [at] cec [dot] lu [dot] se

In-kind support can be granted to applications by any researcher, postdoc or PhD student associated with CEC, BECC, MERGE or CEC Fellows. Also to applications for postdocs and other positions connected to CEC, BECC or MERGE where a CEC employee or Fellow is involved, for example as host.

For support on storage of personal data in line with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), contact the Data Protection Officer at Lund University
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Please note that you need to register personal data processing for research projects in PULU.
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Financial support

For larger individual research grants, for example ERC grants, you can apply for funding to have the application reviewed by an external consultant (maximum SEK 10,000).

For larger research applications and consortium applications, for example within EU H2020/Horizon Europe, Mistra programs and KAW Advanced Research Grants, you can apply for financial resources for planning, meetings, writing etcetera (maximum SEK 20,000 expenditures, SEK 10,000 consultant, 1 month’s salary).

Financial support can be applied for by CEC employees and Fellows, as well as guest researchers at CEC. For larger strategic research applications, more than one group from the CEC environment must participate as applicant and/or the project should be coordinated from CEC.

Obligations for researchers who receive financial support

•    Project information is to be presented on CEC’s website
•    CEC must be acknowledged where applicable

Acknowledgements to CEC will typically appear in journal papers, oral and poster presentations and project information material.

Large projects receiving support from CEC will also be asked to arrange seminars and/or workshops at CEC.

How to request financial support

When you find an interesting call, please contact the CEC Research Coordinator to discuss what kind of support could be available.

In order to request financial support, you need to submit information on the intended research, its scope, project partners and management. Based on this information, the CEC Steering Group will decide whether to provide support and to what extent. 

The extent of support will depend on the strategic value of the research to CEC, the expectations of success and available resources. An early dialogue between the applicant(s), the CEC Research Coordinator and the CEC Steering Group is encouraged. 

The decision will typically be communicated within 2–4 weeks.
 

Contact

For any questions, feedback and suggestions, or to join the CEC Fellows, please contact:

Research coordinator
Marianne Hall
marianne [dot] hall [at] cec [dot] lu [dot] se
+46 73 046 16 73

Manager of research development
Yann Clough
yann [dot] clough [at] cec [dot] lu [dot] se
+46 46 222 68 31

 

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