Winners of the Innovative Research Incentives Scheme 2000-2001
|Kjeld Eikema is researching attosecond electron dynamics in biomolecules and fundamental physics in atoms, with the help of intense, ultrafast frequency comb lasers.||FOS||2000|
|Reyer Gerlagh is researching international dimensions of environmental policy, climate economics and concepts of sustainability, natural resources and economic growth.
|Marcel van der Heijden is researching the influence of three of the most important groups of micro-organisms on plant diversity and the ecosystem.
|Fred van Lieburg is researching the history of religion in the Netherlands from the 16th-century Reformation until the compartmentalization of society in the late 19th century.||ARTS||2000|
|What preferences, beliefs, music and hobbies does an individual acquire during the course of his existence? Sander Koole is researching this so-called internalization process.||FPE||2000|
|Gijs Wuite is researching the physics of DNA protein interactions and biomechanical characteristics of viral capsids and cells.||FOS||2000|
|Hans Renssen is researching escaping methane that is said to be worsening the greenhouse effect and changing ocean currents.||FELS||2000|
|Barbara Bakker is analysing differential equations: quantitative insights into the adaptive responses of intracellular networks.||FELS||2001|
|August den Hollander is researching the life of Jesus. The origin, dissemination and reception of a Middle Ages text tradition in western Europe.||TH||2001|
|J. Försteris researching the motivation-cognition interface (the conversion of information): how do needs and objectives influence what we think?||FPE||2001|
|Johan de Winter is researching the function of the Fanconi anemia pathway (maintains genomic stability cell repetition).||VUmc||2001|