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Thirteen talented UvA researchers have been awarded Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellowships to conduct their research. The fellowships are personal grants, which range from around €175,000 to €280,000 euros for each researcher, are awarded to both promising and experienced researchers.

The grants are made under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions, which form part of the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme. The fellowships are meant to stimulate the cross-border mobility of researchers both inside and outside the European Union.

There are two types of Individual Fellowships: European Fellowships and Global Fellowships. Six UvA researchers have been awarded Global Fellowships. They will spend two years at universities outside the European Union and will then return for a final year at the UvA. The seven researchers who have European Fellowships will spend two years at the UvA.

The recipients:

Global Fellowships:

  • Apostolos Andrikopoulos (Amsterdam Institute for Social Science Research): Marriage, Migration and Sexuality: African Migrants in Interracial Same-Sex Partnerships
  • Alessandra Cianciosi (Amsterdam School of Historical Studies): Isolation and Segregation Landscape. Archaeology of Quarantine in the Indian Ocean World
  • Jonas Dalege (Psychology Research Institute): Resistant Beliefs: The Role of Individual and Social Networks
  • Benjamin Mueller (Institute for Biodiversity and Ecosystem Dynamics): Differential DOM-Cycling through Microbes and Sponges
  • Frank Müller (Amsterdam Institute for Social Science Research): Weaponizing Social Housing in Medellín and Rio de Janeiro
  • Gulnaz Sibgatullina (Amsterdam School for Regional, Transnational and European Studies): White Islam: A New Religion of the European Far Right

European Fellowships:

  • Eliana Cusato (Amsterdam Center for International Law): Resource Wars in an Unequal World: International Law and Beyond
  • Antonio Davola (Amsterdam Centre for Transformative Private Law): Personalized Commercial Practices and Digital Market Manipulation: Enhancing Fairness in Consumer Protection
  • Johana Kotišová (Amsterdam School for Cultural Analysis): Fixers, Stringers, and Foreign Crews: The Distribution of Risks and Emotions in Crisis Reporting
  • Rianne Lous (Institute of Physics): Probing Interactions between a Charged Impurity and a Cold Atomic Bath in the Quantum Regime
  • Tiziana Melchiorre (Amsterdam Centre for European Law and Governance): The European Union in the Arctic
  • Maria Fernanda Olarte-Sierra (Amsterdam Institute for Social Science Research): Shaping the Conflict: The Role of Judicial and Humanitarian Forensic Knowledge in Co-Producing Collective Accounts of Violence. A Case Study of the Colombian (Post) Conflict
  • Victor Toom (Amsterdam Institute for Social Science Research): Missing Persons' Families: Experiences and Knowledge, Circulation of Persons and Things, and Solidarity after Mass Fatality Incident