Event

The National Centre of Excellence Investments Conference

The Swedish Government has invested more than 5 billion SEK in strong research environments, such as Centres of Excellence. The conference will discuss the merits of the ten year programme establishing Centres of Excellence at the Swedish higher education institutions (HEIs), funded by the Swedish Research Council, Formas, Forte and Vinnova. The aim was to foster internationally competitive research, sustainable research environments, and internationally competitive HEIs in Sweden.

Date

4 March 2020

PUBLISHED ON 06 March 2020

UPDATED ON 06 March 2020

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