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SPP receives 14.7 MSEK in funding from the Swedish National Space Agency

Published Dec 15, 2020

Space and Plasma Physics was very successful in this year's round of SNSA calls, and secured a large part of the hotly contended space research funding.

The projects that received funding were

  • Physics of the auroral E regions as revealed by multipoint measurements, PhD position (Nickolay Ivchenko)
  • Upper atmosphere and aurora of an ice giant: Analysis of hydrogen Lya observations of Uranus., PhD position (Lorenz Roth)
  • Cluster Scandinavian Data Centre (Per-Arne Lindqvist)
  • JUICE/ Radio and Plasma Wave Instrument, EGSE and Thermal modelling (Nickolay Ivchenko)
  • Science preparations for the BepiColombo mission: magnetospheric physics (Tomas Karlsson)

The funding for each project is distributed over 2-4 years.

See also: Swedish National Space Agency