News 2017

10. August 2017

Center leader Rubina Raja behind the first systematic documentation of the development of ancient mosaics

Professor and director at Center for Urban Network Evolutions (UrbNet) Rubina Raja has published the paper Mosaicists at work: the organisation of mosaic production in Early Islamic Jerash in collaboration with her german colleague Achim Lichtenberger. Read more via UrbNet The paper is the result of six years of intense excavation in Jerash, Jordan, the former Decapolic city known […]

8. August 2017

Glass and Time still publishes results from the grant period

Professor Jeppe Dyre, originator of the concept “Roskilde-simple” and from 2005 to 2015 the director of the DNRF Centre for Viscous Fluid Dynamics (Glass and Time), is still publishing results from research carried out during the DNRF grant period. The paper Toward broadband mechanical spectroscopy, published in PNAS on August 1, 2017, is an example […]

2. June 2017

Niels Bohr Professor Jaan Valsiner receives prestigious European research award

Niels Bohr Professor Jaan Valsiner from Centre for Cultural Psychology at Aalborg University receives the European research prize the Hans Kilian award of 80.000 euro. Valsiner receives the award for his life-long contribution to research in complex and culturally mediated psychological processes. Photo: Sven Lorenz See more via Aalborg Universitet (in Danish)

30. May 2017

Center leader Peter Vuust receives Dansk Lydpris 2017

On Thursday May 18th 2017, professor and center leader of Center for Music in the Brain, Peter Vuust, received Dansk Lydpris 2017 at the yearly conference Danish Sound day, this year held in Struer. The prize was presented by Struer’s mayor, Mads Jakobsen. Read more via Music in the Brain (in Danish) The prize is awarded […]

23. May 2017

Center leader Peter Vuust (Center for Music in the Brain) publishes new book

What happens in the brain when we listen to or play music? How are we influenced by music – both physically, emotionally and linguistically? These, and several other questions, are answered in a new book, published by Peter Vuust, professor and center leader for Center for Music in the Brain. We’ve always had music. The […]

27. April 2017

Professor and Chair Liselotte Højgaard in committee behind new report about medicin of the future

For the past two years, Professor and Chair Liselotte Højgaard has been part of a committee commissioned by the President of France, François Hollande, to write a report about health research and innovation. The committe’s report is out now. 5 propositions pour la médecine du futur “The French report is on par with the Danish report from the […]

25. April 2017

CP3-Origins organizes the “Quantum Rascals” – an outreach initiative targeting children and young people

The DNRF funded CP³-Origins (Center for Cosmology and Particle Physics Phenomenology) at University of Southern Denmark organizes the “Quantum Rascals”, an outreach initiative which introduces children, young people and the broad public to physics, and not least the mysteries of the universe. Center leader Francesco Sannino has designed and initiated the project in collaboration with Professor WSR Claudio […]

20. April 2017

Center leader Bo Brummerstedt Iversen receives HM Queen Margrethe II’s videnskabspris 2017

Wednesday April 19, 2017 HM the Queen presented the prize to center leader and professor Bo Brummerstedt Iversen from Center for Materials Crystallography (CMC) in the Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Letters. See more via the Royal Academy The Royal Academy established the prize in 2015 on the occation of its patroness HM the Queen’s 75th birthday. […]

20. April 2017

Center leader Lars Arge conferred a honorary doctorate at TU Eindhoven

Today, Lars Arge from Center for Massive Data Algorithmics (MADALGO) is conferred a honorary doctorate at TU Eindhoven. Every year Technical University Eindhoven (TU/e) confer one honorary doctorate. This year the degree will be conferred on Lars Arge who is a Professor of Computer Science at Aarhus University and Director of the Danish National Research […]

19. April 2017

The Danish National Research Foundation’s ten new Centers of Excellence

The foundation has decided to initiate contract negotiations to establish the new Centers of Excellence with: Ulrik Lund Andersen, Technical University of Denmark, for the Center for Macroscopic Quantum States (BigQ). The foundation is prepared to grant up to DKK 63 million. Tel.: +45 2985 6067 / e-mail: Read more via the Technical University […]

18. April 2017

1 billion DKK from the Danish National Research Foundation to ten new Centers of Excellence

The DNRF is investing 600 million DKK now, and allocating another 400 million DKK for ten new Centers of Excellence that will set an international standard for innovative research. See who has been invited for contract negotiations Read the DNRF press announcement

18. April 2017

Centers of Excellence – Performers of high-quality research

“It is encouraging for Danish research that we are now able to launch these ten new centers. They will advance research forefronts each in their own way, and the new center leaders are all characterized by a surplus of quality, creativity and originality. They are enthusiastic about their research making an impact for all of society. […]

6. April 2017

Journal dedicates a special issue to the Centre for Quantum Geometry of Moduli Spaces (QGM)

The 25th volume of the Travaux Mathématiques is dedicated to the scientific work of Centre Director Jørgen Ellegaard Andersen and other researchers at the Centre for Quantum Geometry of Moduli Spaces (QGM). “The intention is to give a snapshot of the very interesting spread of pure mathematics together with its application, which are being conducted […]

6. April 2017

Urbnet attached to a unique excavation of the Forum of Julius Cæsar in Rome

A unique 3-year archaeological excavation project on the Forum of Julius Cæsar in Rome, is scheduled to begin in the autumn of this year (2017). The project is a collaboration between the Danish Institute in Rome and the Roman Municipal Department of Antiquities: the Sovrintendenza Capitolina ai Beni Culturali. The project is scientifically associated with Urban […]

3. April 2017

News from Centre for Particle Physics & Origin Mass CP3 – Origins

The scientific review co-authored by one of the world-leading staff members at CP3,  Associate Professor Michele Della Morte in lattice QFT for standard model physics and beyond was chosen to be on the cover of the European Journal of Physics. Read more here Center leader Francesco Sannino has been promoted to Associate Editor for the Frontier […]

3. April 2017

Niels Bohr Professor Subir Sarkar receives the Homi Bhabha Medal and Prize 2017

Niels Bohr Professor Subir Sarkar receives the Homi Bhabha Medal and Prize 2017. “My activities in building up astro-particle physics in Denmark have no doubt played a part in this. I am very thankful for the generous support of the DNRF in this regard”, says Professor Sarkar. The award is made bi-annually to an active […]

3. April 2017

CON AMORE headed by Dorthe Berntsen receives the 2017 Aristotle Prize

Read more via the European Federation og Psychologists’ Association (EFPA) Read more via Aarhus University Read more about CON AMORE

31. March 2017

Center leader Jens Lundgren receives the Hagedorn prize 2017 for his groundbreaking studies of HIV

Read more via the Novo Nordisk Foundation (in Danish)

9. March 2017

CP3-scientist Heidi Rzehak’s work has been selected for Elsevier’s Virtual Special Issue on Women in Physics 2017

Just announced on March 8, 2017, CP³-scientist Heidi Rzehak‘s work A review of Higgs mass calculations in supersymmetric models has been selected for Elsevier’s Virtual Special Issue on Women in Physics 2017. Center leader at CP3 Origins Francesco Sannino says: “We could not be prouder of Heidi, especially given that the news was given on the […]

3. March 2017

Center leader Bo Barker Jørgensen receives the A.C. Redfield Award for his substantial scientific influence

Leader of the DNRF’s Center for Geomicrobiology at Aarhus University, professor Bo Barker Jørgensen has been awarded the prestigious A.C. Redfield Award. The prize, which is awarded by the ‘Association for the Sciences of Limnology and Oceanography’ (ASLO), is a prize for world-class scientists. See more via Jyllands-Posten (in Danish) In their announcement about the choice of center […]

24. February 2017

The Elite Forsk awards 2017

February 23, 2017 the prestigious EliteForsk prizes were awarded at Glyptoteket. Among the recepients of the 1.2 million DKK were center leader from ICourts, professor Mikael Rask Madsen and professor Søren Galatius from Center for Symmetry og Deformation (SYM). ”The Danish National Research Foundation congratulates on the award. Mikael Rask Madsen has in the first five years of […]

15. February 2017

Professor Poul Nissen receives the 2017 Novo Nordisk Prize

Poul Nissen, Professor at Aarhus University, is receiving the 2017 Novo Nordisk Prize for his pioneering studies of the structure and function of ion pumps. Through his research, Poul Nissen has clarified in detail, among other things, how ions and nutrients are transported into and out of cells. This fundamental knowledge is very significant for […]

6. February 2017

Niels Bohr Professor David Needham moves to SDU Health Faculty

David Needham and his research group have obtained basic research results at a level that now allows the group to proceed to test their ideas in environments closer to patients. The Department of Molecular Medicine, IMM, at the SDU Health Faculty has a long experience of translational medical research, and the switch from the SDU […]

2. February 2017

Here are the six new Niels Bohr Professors

The following six highly recognized researchers have been invited to contract negotiations with the DNRF: Niels Bohr Professor: Rita Felski, University of Virginia Uses of Literature: The Social Dimensions of Literature. Host professor: Anne Marie Mai, University of Southern Denmark Read more via University of Southern Denmark (in Danish) The Niels Bohr professorship is expected to develop new analytical […]