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Kristineberg Marine Research Station offer good opportunities for researchers, for those working here all year around as well as those visiting during a shorter period. Both groups are important for Kristineberg since they enrich each other, the former by giving continuity, acting as an attracting force for visiting researchers and contributing to renewal of the infrastructure. Visiting researchers contribute by bringing new knowledge, methods and ideas.

Many of the researchers at Kristineberg belong to the Department of Biological and Environmental Sciences and the Department of Marine Sciences at the University of Gothenburg. Researchers at other departments at the University of Gothenburg and other universities are also users of Kristineberg. The proportion of researchers from abroad is high.

You can apply for funding from Sea and Society to cover costs for workshops where you gather a number of marine/maritime scientists in order to prepare transdiciplinary applications for funding from for example BONUS or Formas. Sea and Society will cover real costs for accommodation and food (not alcohol).

The KVA Fund

University of Gothenburg has offered funding to support internationalization and scientific renewal at the Marine Infrastructure at the University of Gothenburg, e.g. Kristineberg. The University of Gothenburg has handled applications, evaluation and allocation of funds.

There were 50 applications for 2020. The following 16 projects are approved by the KVA Fund 2020. Due to many applicants and limited funding, the accepted projects are awarded access to the infrastructure, meals and accommodation and travel funds for up to 10 000 SEK. No other costs are accepted.

Approved projects for 2020 (pdf)

When the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences (KVA in short form in Swedish) sold the real estate Kristineberg to Akademiska Hus, 30 million SEK was funded for support during approximately 10 years. This was the last call, and by the end of 2020 the KVA Fund ceases to exist.

Niklas Andersson is contact person at the Marine Infrastructure.

Researchers at Kristineberg

Researchers and other personnel below belongs to other departments, but work on a permanent basis (minimum at half-time) at Kristineberg. Projects and contact are described in more detail on website for each department.

Baden Susanne Pihl (BioEnv), phone 46 31 786 95 27
Berggren Matz (Marine), phone 46 31 786 95 28
Brandt Josef (Marine), phone 46 31 48 65

Deyanova Diana (BioEnv), phone 46 31 786 95 09
Dupont Sam (BioEnv), phone 46 31 786 95 31

Gallego Julian (Marin)
Granberg Maria (IVL), phone 46 10 788 65 81
Gröndahl Fredrik (KTH), phone 46 8 790 61 58
Gullström Martin (BioEnv), phone 46 31 786 95 44
Gunnäs Anne (Lysekil), phone 46 72 145 45 96

Hassellöv Martin (Marine), phone 46 31 786 90 50

Infantes Oanes Eduardo (Marine), phone 46 31 786 00 00

Krång Anna-Sara (IVL), phone 46 10 788 69 12

Magnusson Kerstin (IVL), phone 46 10 788 69 07
Mattsson Karin (Marine)

Ramesh Kirti (BioEnv)

Schagerström Ellen (BioEnv)
Strand Åsa (IVL), phone 46 10 788 66 05
Svanberg Linda (BioEnv), phone 46 31 786 95 30
Svärd Marie (Sea and Society), phone 46 73 346 75 34

Tiselius Peter (BioEnv), phone 46 31 786 95 39

Wrange Anna-Lisa (IVL), phone 46 10 788 67 04


Biographical Etymology of Marine Organism Names

Compiled by the late Hans G. Hansson, active at Tjärnö Marine Laboratory until 2011.

Upcoming courses, conferences and workshops

5th International German-Swedish-Finnish European Scientific Diving Training Course 2020 (pdf)

13-25 April (Tvärminne) and 11-29 May (Kristineberg) 2020

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