The Swedish Radiation Safety Authority (SSM) announces research funding for two doctoral projects in radiation protection in connection with radiological emergencies. The grant amounts to a maximum of SEK 8,000,000 including indirect costs (tentative distribution per doctoral project is SEK 250,000 in 2022, SEK 1,000,000 in 2023-2025 and SEK 750,000 in 2026). A research group can only be assigned a doctoral project. A maximum of two projects can be financed. The call is aimed at Swedish universities and colleges. The application must be submitted to the Authority no later than 22-04-22.
aims at research that develops knowledge that will benefit both the authority and external stakeholders. This research project is not covered by the Public Procurement Act (2016:1145) (see Chapter 1, Section 5).
of the call In addition to the completed application form, the application (max 10 A4 pages) must contain:
- Project summary
- Project plan that presents a well-developed proposal for how the research should be conducted (specific goals, background, theory/hypotheses, methods, work plan, preliminary results, significance, references)
- Description of how results should be communicated
- Timetable with interim targets and budget divided into the announced years
- Cv (CV) for applicants (max two out of ten A4 pages)
- A maximum of three own publications relevant to the application
The application with attachments must be sent electronically to the Swedish Radiation Safety Authority at
the e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org with a copy to the email@example.com. Enter reference SSM2022-1103.
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Swedish Radiation Safety Authority announces research funding for two doctoral projects in radiation protection in connection with radiological emergencies – Swedish Radiation Safety Authority (stralsakerhetsmyndigheten.se)