18 SEP 2018

With three new winners of the "Starting Grant 2018" call, Sorbonne University now has 125 ERC (European Research Council) laureates in its laboratories:

Marco Faustini SU professor-researcher) – TEMPORE project at the Chemistry of Condensed Matter Laboratory in Paris (LCMCP – Sorbonne University/Collège de France/CNRS)

  • Self-Regulating Porous Nano-Oscillators: from Nanoscale Homeostasis to Time-Programmable Devices (Domain: Synthetic Chemistry and Materials)

Dennis Kurzbach (ENS professor-researcher) – HYPROTIN project at the Laboratory of Biomolecules (LBM – Sorbonne University/ENS/CNRS)

  • Hyperpolarized Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy for Time-Resolved Monitoring of Interactions of Intrinsically Disordered Breast-Cancer Proteins (Domain: Physical Chemistry and Analytical Sciences)

Caroline Muller (CNRS researcher) – CLUSTER project at the Dynamic Meteorology Laboratory (LMD – ENS/Sorbonne University/École Polytechnique/CNRS)

  • Organisation of CLoUdS, and implications for Tropical cyclones and for the Energetics of the tropics, in current and in a waRming climate (Domain: Earth Sciences)

The "ERC Starting Grant" awards a maximum amount of 1.5 million € to researchers with two to seven years of experience after obtaining their thesis, to enable them to develop innovative projects of excellence and to create their own research team.

 

ERC Starting Grant 2018
Sorbonne University now has 125 ERC laureates in its laboratories © Pierre Kitmacher - Sorbonne University