Researchers want to safeguard small businesses against cyber threats
The changing threat landscape increases the need for companies to upgrade their cyber security, and a new research project at SDU will help small and medium-sized enterprises with this task.
Marie Sklodowska-Curie Postdoctoral Fellowship for Chemistry
Understanding the new oxidative paradigm of biomass waste upcycling – LyticPol
NERD grant of DKK 13 millions for Medicinal Chemistry
Professor Jasmin Mecinovic from the Department of Physics, Chemistry and Pharmacy will primarily work with linker histones
The Velux Foundation grants nearly 5 million kroner to a project on improving communication to enhance sexual health and equality
"Let's talk about sex, baby" Salt-N-Peppa once sang, but doing so might not be as easy as we think. In Denmark, we pride ourselves on living in a society characterised by sexual equality, open-mindedness and access to knowledge. However, recent research raises doubts about sexual health in Denmark. Knowledge, attitudes, and behaviours related to sexuality are reflected in and shaped by communication. The project addresses ignorance and inequality regarding sexual health in Denmark from a communicative perspective.
6.7 million Danish kroner granted from the VELUX FOUNDATION to a project on The Aesthetics of Bio-Machines and the Question of Life
What constitutes life? Today we are surrounded by life-like digital technologies such as virtual assistants, generative computer systems, and adaptive robots. These new digital technologies represent a form of life and coexist closely with us. They raise the question whether we can consider them "alive" and how we, as humans, coexist with these life-forms.
Nearly 6 million from Novo Nordisk Foundation to support individuals with aphasia and their families
Over 31,000 people in Denmark have aphasia after stroke. From being able to communicate like everyone else, this acquired language impairment gives far-reaching chronic consequences. The grant will be used to develop and test support for families living with aphasia.
International recognition for football fitness and football professor Peter Krustrup
UEFA has awarded a Gold Award for "Best Social Initiative" to the Football Fitness U90 Training Camp, a project developed by SDU and DBU Bornholm.
Marie Curie grant for research into identity changes in people adapting to a life with pain
Canadian pain researcher Peter Stilwell receives prestigious Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA) Postdoctoral Fellowship to be held at University of Southern Denmark.
Four SDU researchers among the most cited
Clarivate has published the 2022 report of the most cited researchers from all over the world in web sources. This year, SDU researchers from the Faculty of Engineering and the Faculty of Health Sciences are among them.
Jes Søgaard to assist the Epidemic Commission
Three experts with competencies in the social sciences have been appointed to assist the Epidemic Commission. Professor Jes Søgaard from SDU is one of them.
Top researcher joins SDU
Gregory Clark, a world-leading economic historian, will be moving to SDU from the University of California, Davis next year, thanks to a grant of DKK 10 million from the Danish National Research Foundation.
Grant will make your clicks more transparent
You’re constantly using apps and websites on your smartphone, tablet, PC or other digital devices. These applications collect information about you and your behavior, but we know too little about how this data is used, shared, and sold. Fabrizio Montesi and Claes de Vreese, both from the Digital Democracy Centre, have just received a 3 million DKK grant from the VILLUM FOUNDATION to make your clicks more transparent and accessible.
The PhD programs at SDU develop the research talents of the future
Research training programs
A research training program is usually a collaboration between several institutions, institutes and/or other partners.