Grants NWO Domain Applied and Engineering Sciences April 2019

17 April 2019

This month, the board of NWO Domain Applied and Engineering Sciences has granted five Small Innovative Projects within the Maps4Society programme. Next to that, six projects can start within the Open Technology Programme.

The granted projects are listed below by programme and ordered by project number.


Smart Emission 2 (17643)
Main applicant: dr. ir. L.J. Carton, Radboud University Nijmegen

Seeking optimal usability to avoid information overload: Comparing gradual with non-gradual scale transitions in web-based maps (GRADUAL) (17644)
Main applicant: dr. ir. B.M. Meijers, Delft University of Technology

Attribute-enrichment of satellite InSAR deformation measurements based on Dutch ‘basisregistratie’ information (17645)
Main applicant: prof. dr. ir. R.F. Hanssen, Delft University of Technology

Towards site-specific daily NATURe foreCASTS for society: a case study for ticks and Lyme disease (17646)
Main applicant: dr. R. Zurita-Milla, University of Twente

Normering en validatie van geodetische deformatie-analyse (17650)
Main applicant: dr. ir. ing. J.M. Versendaal, HU University of Applied Sciences Utrecht


Open Technology Programme

It takes two to stop chronic pain: an innovative treatment with endogenous regulatory immune molecules (16907)
Main applicant: dr. N. Eijkelkamp, Utrecht University, University Medical Center Utrecht

WOODY - Full scale hydraulic and ecological optimisation of a dike-forest combination (17194)
Main applicant: dr. ir. B. Hofland, Delft University of Technology

VORTECS: Ultrafast ultrasound blood flow quantification for diagnosis and treatment of vascular disease (17219)
Main applicant: prof. dr. ir. C.L. de Korte, Radboud university medical center

SMART systems for automated phenotyping of livestock: preventing cannibalism in TURKEYS (17238)
Main applicant: prof. dr. ir. P.H.N. de With, Eindhoven University of Technology

ChEOPS: verified Construction of corrEct and Optimised Parallel Software (17249)
Main applicant: prof. dr. M. Huisman, University of Twente

High Performance 3D Concrete Printing - Systematic Development of a Printable Strain-Hardening Cementitious Composite for Structural Purposes (17251)
Main applicant: dr. ir. F.P. Bos, Eindhoven University of Technology

Source: NWO