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Bevillinger større end 500.000 kr:

2018-2020: Project 1 grant from the Danish Council for Independent Research (Det Frie Forskningsråd, DKK 2.591.769) to Matthias Gondan.

2017-2020: Share of grant from Lundbeckfonden to the project Attention, impulsivity and monoamines with Ulrik Gether [PI], Thomas Habekost, Signe Vangkilde, Anders Petersen, et al. Total grant 9.997.185 DKK, CVC-share ca. 2.000.000 DKK.

2014-2015: MOBILEX Mobility stipend from Det Frie Forskningsråd to Iris Wiegand with the project Determinants of mental capacity: Individual differences, age-related changes, and neurodegenerative decline: 2.431.880 kr.

2013-2017: Grant from the European Science Foundation to Marie Curie Initial Training Network: Individualized diagnostics and rehabilitation for attentional disorders. CVC-share of the total grant is 4.367.692 DKK (Claus Bundesen [Scientist-in-Charge for UCPH], Søren Kyllingsbæk, Thomas Habekost, Axel Larsen et al.).

2013-2017: Share of grant from the University of Copenhagen-2016 Centres of Excellence programme to the project Dynamical Systems: Mathematical modelling and statistical methodology for the social, health and natural sciences with Susanne Ditlevsen [PI], Søren Kyllingsbæk, Claus Bundesen, Thomas Habekost et al. Total grant 28.176.000 DKK, CVC-share ca. 5.000.000 DKK.

2013-2017: Share of grant from the University of Copenhagen-2016 Centres of Excellence programme to the project Attention to dopamine with Ulrik Gether [PI], Thomas Habekost [vice-PI], Signe Vangkilde, Søren Kyllingsbæk, Claus Bundesen, et al. Total grant 18.759.000 DKK, CVC-share 5.754.789 DKK.

2013-2015: Postdoc Grant from Det Frie Forskningsråd to Maria Nordfang: Memory in attention: How we search through memory and the visual field concurrently: 1.986.490 DKK.

The Carlsberg Foundation Research Prize 2013, including 750.000 DKK to support the research of Claus Bundesen.

2012-2015: Postdoc Grant from Det Frie Forskningsråd to Inge Wilms: Mester i opmærksomhed: Et studie i de underliggende mekanismer for kognitiv færdighedslæring og deres påvirkelighed: 2.500.000 DKK.

2012-2015: Grant from the Sapere Aude programme of Det Frie Forskningsråd (PI: Thomas Habekost; postdoc. Signe Vangkilde): The attentive mind: Towards a unified theory of visual selectivity and arousal: 8.637.068 DKK.

2012-2014: Fornyelsesfonden i samarbejde med BRAIN + (Inge Wilms): 6.821.486 DKK.

2010-2014: Grant from the Sapere Aude programme of Det Frie Forskningsråd (PI: Søren Kyllingsbæk; postdoc: Mads Dyrholm,  Carsten S. Nielsen): Modeling visual cognition: Perception, attention, and short-term memory: 8.591.280 DKK. 

2010-2014: Grant from Det Frie Forskningsråd for Kultur og Kommunikation (PI: Søren Kyllingsbæk; postdoc: Jens Christiansen): Intentional action, attention to objects, and working memory: 7.783.200 DKK. 

2008-2013: Grant from the University of Copenhagen Programme of Excellence to the project Integrated visual attention research (Claus  Bundesen [PI], Axel Larsen, Søren Kyllingsbæk, Thomas Habekost): 20.000.000 DKK.