12 Vici-grants for scientists from Leiden, Delft and Erasmus universities


The Dutch Research Council (NWO) has awarded twelve researchers of Leiden University, LUMC, TU Delft, Erasmus MC and Erasmus University Rotterdam a Vici grant of up to 1.5 million euros. This will enable them to develop an innovative line of research and further expand their own research group for a period of five years. Vici is one of the largest personal scientific grants in the Netherlands and is aimed at advanced researchers.

Universiteit Leiden

Elena Maria Rossi (Sterrewacht)

Aline de Almeida Vidotto (Sterrewacht)

Jenneke van der Wal (Centre for Linguistics)

Petra Sijpesteijn (Institute for Area Studies)

Victoria Nyst (Centre for Linguistics)

Saskia Lesnik Oberstein (LUMC)

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TU Delft:

Marios Kotsonis  Running up that hill 

Susan Steele-Dunne Taking the pulse of the Earth’s ecosystems   

Guido de Croon  Biologisch geïnspireerde kunstmatige intelligentie voor autonome robots 

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Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam

Renske Keizer – Erasmus School of Social and Behavioral Sciences
Houdt opvoeding sociale ongelijkheid in stand? Het draait om tijd!

Aurélie Lemmens – Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University
Onthulling van gelijkheid: het versterken van ethische AI via een holistisch framework

Wendy van de Sande – Erasmus MC
Finding novel routes to penetrate the mycetoma grain (PENEGRAIN)

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More information:
NWO - Vici-beurs 2024