Funded projects

Funded projects

NOS-HS workshops

NOS-HS exploratory workshop call 2020 funded projects

The workshop call 2020 received 69 applications, of which 34 projects were funded with a success rate of 49%. The 34 projects cover altogether 103 promising Nordic workshops, taking place in 2021–2022. Max. funding for each workshop series is 43 000 EUR.

Funding decisions were made 28 October 2020. You can find the list of funded workshop series below.


Main applicant Organisation Project title
Andersen, Peter Birkelund University of Copenhagen Complexity and Beyond in Studies of Religiosity in the Nordic Countries (CBSR)
Bastubacka, Johan University of Helsinki ARCTIC CHRISTIANITY The Meeting of Arctic Native People and Christianity – ANPC
Bergman, Mats University of Helsinki Ethics ex machina? Agency, autonomy, and accountability in the digital media environment
Cloonan, Martin University of Turku Beyond Advanced Studies: a Nordic approach to interdisciplinary research
Duru, Deniz Neriman Lund University Mobility and Digital Media Connections in Times of Crisis: Novel Methodologies and Nordic Directions
Ellenberger, Íris University of Iceland Queering National Histories
Fellman, Susanna University of Gothenburg Nordic Industrial Heritage Culture in the 2020s
Gyimothy, Szilvia Copenhagen Business School Mapping the Beaten Track (MBT): Modelling spatiotemporal tourism consumption
Hilmisdottir, Helga The Árni Magnússon Institute for Icelandic Studies Pragmatic borrowing in the Nordic languages and Finnish: a cross-linguistic study of interaction
Jantunen, Tommi University of Jyväskylä Innovating methods in signed language corpus linguistics: a Nordic approach
Johansson, Karl G. University of Oslo The Order of St Victor in Medieval Scandinavia
Järvelä, Sanna University of Oulu aiLIFE Workshops: Artificial Intelligence in Nordic School Life (aiLife)
Kokko, Sirpa University of Helsinki Workshop series on Nordic Craft Sciences
Komp-Leukkunen, Kathrin University of Helsinki Older workers and the digitalization of work in the Nordic countries (DigiNord)
Lammi-Taskula, Johanna Finnish Institute for Health and Welfare (THL Young parents, parental leave and gender equality
Leis-Peters, Annette VID Specialized University Leading Religion in times of Institutional Change (LeRIC)
Lindroos, Katja University of Eastern Finland User-Centric Innovation and Governance of Prosumers
Lorenzon, Marta University of Helsinki Earthen Architecture in Nordic research: Historic knowledge, Social impact and Sustainability
Luhtakallio, Eeva University of Helsinki Nordic Network for New Social Pragmatism
Melkas, Helinä LUT University Proactive health and welfare technology for Nordic users and societies (PROTECT)
Mortensen, Janus University of Copenhagen Language, Globalization, and the Nation
Mustasaari, Sanna University of Eastern Finland Transnational Childhoods, Transnational Rights? Nordic Responses to Global Challenges in the Field of Child Protection
Paavilainen-Mäntymäki, Eriikka University of Turku COSMOPOLITAN LIFE, IDENTITY AND FUTURE OF WORK (COSMO)
Popp-Madsen, Benjamin Ask Copenhagen Business School Emergency Politics in Nordic Democracies: The Civil Society Perspective
Poucher, Annemarie Peen Rodt Royal Danish Defence College New Nordic Network on Arctic Security Strategy
Raju, Emmanuel University of Copenhagen Network on Transboundary Pandemic Crises Governance
Saarinen, Taina University of Jyväskylä The politics and ideologies of multilingual writing
Silvast, Antti E Norwegian University of Science and Technology The Increased Vulnerability due to Climate Change of Critical Infrastructure in Remote Areas in the Nordic countries (3CIRAN)
Sumiala, Johanna University of Helsinki The Nordic Network of Religion, Media and Populism (NOREMPO)
Talonen, Antti University of Helsinki Nordic Research Ecosystem on Digital Ethics in Insurance (DIGISURANCE)
Thomas, Suzie University of Helsinki From Treasure Hunters to Citizen Scientists: metal-detecting and archaeological heritage in the Nordic region.
Thomsen, Rie Aarhus University The future of Career Education in Nordic countries and self-governing areas
Thorhauge, Anne Mette University of Copenhagen Nordic Esports: Problems and Solutions in Regional National Contexts

The list was updated on 4 December 2020. One grant recipient was removed from the list as they declined funding, due to having received funding elsewhere for the same project.

Majority of the funded applications came from Finland (18), followed by Denmark (9), Norway (3), Iceland (2) and Sweden (2). Each application had co-applicants from at least two other Nordic countries. The graph depicts the total involvement by country in applications and in funded projects.


 Funded projects from previous years' calls

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