Prisma is the Swedish Research Council’s application system

Using the application system Prisma, researchers can apply for and manage their research grants. Prisma also holds all the information and data needed by those who review applications.

Prisma is the joint application system for the research funding bodies the Swedish Research Council, Forte, Formas, Karolinska Institutet, the Swedish Institute for Educational Research, the Swedish Environmental Protection Agency, and the Swedish National Space Agency. This means that you can manage applications to any of these funding bodies via a single account.

You can create and register your application in Prisma. The calls themselves can be found on the websites of the issuing funding bodies. The call texts include information about the terms and conditions that apply for the grant, when the decision is made, and contact details.

Do you need help?

Prisma’s user support includes descriptions of how to create an account, and how to fill in an application. It also includes support for persons acting as reviewers in the Swedish Research Council’s assessment of applications.

Prisma’s user supportexternal link

PublISHED ON 08 September 2020

UpDATED ON 08 September 2020

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