Decision published

15 November 2016

Total amount granted: 9 411 342 SEK

Conference grant

The Swedish Research Council granted a total of 9 411 342 SEK for conference grants in 2016. Here we present more information about grant approvals in the two calls for applications.

Decision published 14:00 15 November 2016

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Spring call

In total, we granted 3 783 000 SEK in the spring call.

Approval rates

38 out of 90 applications were approved, which gave an approval rate of 42 procent.

Approval rates per area of science

Subject areas

Number of applications

Number approved

Approval rate

Humanities and social sciences

36

19

52 %

Natural and engineering sciences28

11

39 %

Medicine and health

14

5

35 %

Educational sciences

10

3

30 %

Artistic research

2

0

0 %


Autumn call

We granted a total of 5 628 342 SEK in the autumn call.

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Approval rates and gender

Applicants

Number of

applications

Number approved

Approval rate

Women

39

15

39 %

Men

51

23

45 %

Total

90

52

58 %

 

Approval rates per area of science

Subject areas

Number of applications

Number approved

Approval rate

Natural and engineering sciences

44

25

57 %

Humanities and social sciences

30

18

60 %

Medicine and health

13

6

46 %

Educational sciences

2

2

100 %

Artistic research

1

1

100 %


PubliSHED ON 15 November 2016

UpDATED ON 23 November 2018

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