PEER Awards

Pool Engagement in European Research (PEER) awards support engagement in European collaboration and funding opportunities, for example, networking, promoting research capabilities, developing collaborative relationships, policy influencing, project preparation, and the development of proposals. The programme has been running since 2017/18.


2018/19 Awards

 

Developing Enhanced Modelling Capabilities for Predicting Internal Flow Dynamics in Semi-Enclosed Estuaries and Fjords

Dr Alan Cuthbertson
University of Dundee

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Spintronic for Neural Sensing Brain-Machine Interface (NEUSENSE Network)

Dr Hadi Heidari
University of Glasgow

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NAME (Nucleic Acids in Medicine): Towards a European Consortium

Dr Katherine Dunn
University of Edinburgh

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Innovative Training Networks (ITN) Consortium Network for Training in Dielectric and Semiconductor Mirror Coatings (CONNECTING)

Dr Carlos Garcia Nunez
University of the West of Scotland

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Artificial Cells as Distributed Nanobots in Engineering and Healthcare

Dr Elijah Nazarzadeh
University of Glasgow

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2017/18 Awards

 
 
 

Switching Metamaterials: Integrated Actuating Structures through Additive Manufacture

Dr Andrew Wodehouse
University of Strathclyde

Supporting the development and submission of an EU proposal in advanced manufacturing. 

FET - Open Challenging Current Thinking: Magnetic-Assisted Neuromorphic Computing System

Dr Hadi Heidari
University of Glasgow

Supporting a short-term visit to prepare and submit a proposal for an upcoming call on Future Emerging Technologies through a strong European consortium under the EU Horizon 2020 Framework Programme. 

Development of a European Collaborative Proposal on Big Data and Machine Learning Techniques for Engineering Numerical Simulations 

Dr Stefanos Papanicolopulos
University of Edinburgh

Supporting the development of a Horizon 2020 large-scale research proposal across the disciplines of computational mechanics and data science.   

 

Contribution of Hospital Wastewaters to the Human Exposome: from Understanding to Mitigation

Dr Caroline Gauchotte-Lindsay
University of Glasgow

Supporting a two day meeting at the University of Glasgow with industry and academia to establish a network leading to the development of a Horizon 2020 proposal.