Seed funding is a key instrument at IMC
It allows researchers to explore new fields, questions, and collaborations. Our seed funding program supports pilot studies and focused research projects across faculties, many of which have been developed into full projects and grant applications.
As part of the seed funding program, we are holding a workshop to showcase the results of some of the projects we have recently funded. The aims of the workshop are to share the results of the program, to give insights for past and future applicants into the kind of projects we fund, and to stimulate cross fertilization in our broader network. Come and see what has grown from IMC over the past year. All are welcome.
Adrenaline junkies and thrill-seekers: Mapping fear regulation strategies in haunted house visitors
Mathias Clasen, School of Communication and Culture - English
Visible and invisible boundaries in pastoral communities, the Greater Mara, Kenya
Mette Løvshal, School of Culture and Society - Archaeology
This and that back in context: grounding demonstrative reference in manual and social affordances
Roberta Rocca, School of Communication and Culture - Linguistics, Cognitive Science and Semiotics
More speakers to be confirmed