Funding for development of research applications

SuHRF provides financial support for the development of research applications, in order to initiate new research projects within the field of sustainable heritage and thereby to strengthen the research environment on Campus Gotland.

Funding for development of research applications can be applied for by scholars working at Campus Gotland, and must be approved by the applicant’s home department. Applications contributing to the development of the research environment at Campus Gotland, including collaborations across disciplines, are prioritised. The research project, which is developed with support from SuHRF, must involve more than one researcher working at Campus Gotland and preferably involve more than one department on Campus Gotland. Collaboration with researchers from other research institutions both in and outside of Sweden is encouraged.

Funds can be applied to cover the costs of:

·Working hours, for researcher working on Campus Gotland, devoted to writing a research application maximum the equivalent of a one month full time salary for one person, and/or

·Travel and accommodation for a researcher who writes a research application together with a researcher from Campus Gotland. Funds are available for inviting a researcher to visit Campus Gotland during a short stay (one to two weeks) to collaborate with a researcher at Campus Gotland. Visits must be motivated carefully as SuHRF encourages collaborating researchers to communicate digitally. Under certain circumstances, funds might also be applied for by a Gotland-based researcher to travel from Campus Gotland to another institution for the same purpose. A strong motivation of how this would strengthen the research environment at Campus Gotland is required. In case the visit to or travel from Campus Gotland is justified, SuHRF encourages sustainable travels.

Applications can be submitted continuously during the year, to be assessed as quickly as possible.

For further instructions and application form, see the ‘Guidelines for Application’ document Pdf, 250 kB..

Send the application to:

Anna Karlström
Sustainable Heritage Research Forum
Uppsala University Campus Gotland
Cramérgatan 3
621 57 Visby

Contact SuHRF

Are you interested to know more about Sustainable Heritage Research Forum? Please contact the research managers!

Anna Karlström, Researcher in Conservation, +46498-108329

Joakim Andersson, Senior Lecurer in Conservation, +4670-1679946

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