Prizes, awards and grants
- RU Faculty of Science Team Science Award
for the collaborative project 'National Individual floating Transport Infrastructure (NIfTI)
- Radboud Excellence Initiative Fellowship
To gain a better understanding of high temperature superconductors
- Partner Max Planck-Radboud University Centre for Infrared Free-Electron Laser Spectroscopy
To enable active exchange of knowledge and personnel and push the application and development of free-electron lasers forward
- Best graphical abstract
Infrared ion spectroscopy for true molecular identification in mass spectrometry imaging
- NWO team science Award
For the collaborative project 'National Individual floating Transport Infrastructure (NIfTI)
- Best poster prize NWO CHAINS, the annual Dutch chemistry conference
Category ' Fundamentals and Methods of Chemistry '
- NWO Vici grant
Unravel and ultimately control peptide aggregation
- NWO National Roadmap Grant
The development of advanced instrumentation and new experimental techniques
- NWO ENW GROOT grant
Merge of two major fields of physics research, to arrive at new materials classes and find what new physics emerges
- EU Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions
European Training Network on catalysts for CO2 hydrogenation
- Dutch Research Agenda Programme
Look way back in time and create an image of the universe when it was only a second old
- EPSRC fellowship
Gain a better understanding on high temperature superconductivity
- Russian MegaGrant
Establish a new laboratory at the Kotelnikov Institute of Radio-engineering and Electronics (Moscow), aimed to develop new principles for ultrafast energy-efficient processing and transmission of information based on spintronics and spin-photonics.
- University Study Awards 2019
Experimental design that can be used by physicists visiting Nijmegen from around the world.
- NWO Rubicon Grant
Develop a new way of producing Josephson junctions within a single material at the École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne in Switzerland.
- ERC advanced grant
To understand superconductivity and create a pathway towards room temperature.
- Interregional Science Prize for European Magnetometry Network
For its collaborative fundamental research and R&D activities.
- NWO 'physics projectruimte' grant
For new ways to store data using light-induced switching of magnetic bits.
- RU Interfaculty cooperation grant FELIX- Radboudumc
To establish a metabolite identification service that will be open to interested parties worldwide.
- Radboud Science Green IT voucher
To create a network of private-public partnership on concepts of data storage.
- Poster prizes at CHAINS
- Flash poster prize on NVMS-BSMS Conference on Mass Spectrometry
For convincingly presenting a poster about small molecule identification with IRIS: development and applications.
- John B. Fenn ASMS Award
For pioneering contributions to the development of ion mobility spectrometry (IMS).
- National Roadmap Grant
To enable an expansion in the capabilities of the suite of free-electron lasers and to install three dedicated research laboratories
- NWO Start up
To establish a novel spectroscopic method to acquire high-resolution rotational spectra of molecular ions under isolated conditions in a cryogenic ion trap instrument.
- IMM thesis award
For outstanding work on the fundamental understanding of the shape transformation of nanovesicles in an interdisciplinary research environment.
- NWO Materials for sustainability
To convert greenhouse gas into fuel.
- EU FET open grant
To increase yields in agri- and horticulture with a new approach, based on the development and application of molecular temperature controllers.
- NWO LIFT grant
To target the structural analysis of metabolic products of novel pharmaceuticals.
- MSSJ life-time achievement award
For outstanding efforts and commitment on magneto science in general and the development of the HFML and the application of high magnetic fields to soft matter.
- Audience award Radboud Talks
How proteins ‘dance’ in infrared laser light.
- NWO TTW grant
To develop analytical applications of the infrared ion spectroscopy (IRIS) method originally developed at FELIX.
- Christine Mohrmann fellow
To study the formation of complex molecules from single atoms.
- NWO DAN II grant
For new projects on chemical reactions in space.
- Marie Curie Fellowship
To study the optical properties of novel two dimensional semiconductors.
- FOM grants
For innovative physics involving FELIX.
- FOM Strange Metals Programme
To investigate the origin of this strange metallic behaviour.
- Radboud Education Prize
For best junior lecturer at Radboud University
- Poster Prize Symposium Holland Research School of Molecular Chemistry (HRSMC)
For the poster on applications of infrared ion spectroscopy
- STW grant
For the program ‘Innovative Magnetic Density Separation for the optimal use of resources and energy’
- FOM Minerva Prize
For research on a new, innovative method to obtain information about the three-dimensional structure of small biological molecules. This method is the first to make use of far infrared light for this purpose.
- NWO Vidi grant
To provide a firm base for the determination of the extraterrestrial forms and formats of PAH's by measuring the infrared characteristics of astronomically sized PAHs (approximately 50-100 carbon atoms)
- Mildred Dresselhaus Award
The junior ‘young star’ award for successful work in physical chemistry specializing on the investigation of biomolecular systems like proteins.
With the education award, the Faculty of Science aims to honour a noteworthy accomplishment in education that has a long lasting impact.