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12 June - 27 August 2019

Research project grant Röntgen-Ångström Cluster

The Röntgen-Ångström Cluster (RÅC) is a Swedish-German research collaboration within structural biology and material sciences. The aim of the grant is to strengthen research in materials science and structural biology that uses neutron and/or synchrotron/free-electron-laser radiation and to stimulate the use and/or development of expertise in large-scale research infrastructures currently available or being planned in the geographic area.

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Project support


Medicine and Health, Research infrastructure, Natural and Engineering Sciences


Röntgen-Ångström Cluster


Individual researcher active in Sweden in collaboration with the German applicant/project leader

Participating researchers

At least 1 and up to 10 researchers may be invited to join the application. At least 1 (the German applicant/project leader) but no more than 4 of these must be active in Germany.

Grant period

1-4 years

Grant amount

Minimum 400 000 SEK per year, maximum 2 000 000 SEK per year

Call budget
A total of 63 million SEK is allocated for a four-year period

Call deadline
27 August 2019 (14.00/2 p.m.)

Publication of grant award

By the end of February 2020

Start of grant period

January 2020

Please note

  • Please read and follow the instructions: In addition to this specific call text, you also need to read our Guide for applicantsopens in new window.
  • As from spring 2019, you will need to have a data management planopens in new window for data generated within the research we award funds for. You must not submit or send it to us with the application for a grant, but according to our general grant terms and conditions, your administrating organisation must confirm that a data management plan will be in place when you start your project or corresponding, and also that the plan will be maintained.
  • Read more about grants awarded in previous yearsopens in new window

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Previously approved grants

Röntgen-Ångström Clusteropens in new window


For questions about the German part in easyonline

Caroline Toech-Mittler, DESY

+49 (40) 8998 5026

Call text in full

Please note: The following instructions are (unless otherwise stated) addressed to the Swedish applicant (researcher based at a Swedish university or other research institution), also called project leader. The German applicant (collaborating researcher based at a German university or other research institution), also called international project leader, should turn to Projektträger DESY for information on how to apply in the German application system.