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FAPESP anuncia resultado da chamada SPRINT 4/2015

FAPESP anuncia resultado da chamada SPRINT 4/2015

Estratégia apoia mobilidade de pesquisadores para colaborações com instituições no exterior (foto: FAPESP)

A FAPESP anuncia o resultado da Chamada 4/2015 do SPRINT (São Paulo Researchers in International Collaboration), uma estratégia de organização que consiste no anúncio simultâneo de oportunidades de colaboração internacional com diversos parceiros da Fundação.

A chamada estabeleceu condições para a submissão de propostas de mobilidade (passagens, seguro-saúde e diárias para manutenção) entre pesquisadores do Estado de São Paulo e das seguintes instituições de ensino e pesquisa no exterior com as quais a FAPESP mantém acordo de cooperação e que aderiram ao SPRINT 4/2015:

  • Australian Technology Network of Universities, Austrália

  • Emory University, Estados Unidos

  • Imperial College London, Reino Unido

  • University of Bath, Reino Unido

  • University of Miami, Estados Unidos

  • University of Michigan, Estados Unidos

  • University of Southampton, Reino Unido 

Propostas selecionadas:

Pesquisadores

Título do projeto

Fabio Iocco
Instituto de Física Teórica / Unesp

Roberto Trotta
Imperial College London

Bayes in the Milky Way - determining the dark matter profile in our galaxy, a novel approach

Processo FAPESP: 2016/50006-3

Leonardo Fernandes Fraceto
Instituto de Ciência e Tecnologia – Sorocaba / Unesp

Terry Tetley
Imperial College London

Evaluation of the respiratory bioreactivity of nanopesticides and development of safe, effective pesticides

Processo FAPESP: 2016/50003-4

Maria Cristina Roque Antunes Barreira
Faculdade de Medicina de Ribeirão Preto / USP

Ten Feizi
Imperial College London

Dissecting the paracoccin interaction with toll-like receptors N-glycans: a necessary step in the design of a novel immunomodulatory agent applicable to confer protection against fungal diseases

Processo FAPESP: 2016/50004-0

Rodolfo de Paula Vieira
Universidade Nove de Julho – Campus Vergueiro / Uninove

Maria Gabriela Belvisi
Imperial College London

Involvement of SOCS-JAK-STAT signalling in the effects of aerobic exercise in a model of Asthman

Processo FAPESP: 2016/50010-0

Sergio Ferraz Novaes
Núcleo de Computação Científica / Unesp

Oliver Buchmuleler
Imperial College London

Dark matter search at LHC

Processo FAPESP: 2016/50013-0

Tiago Pereira da Silva

Instituto de Ciências Matemáticas e de Computação – São Carlos / USP

Jeroen Steven Willibrod Lamb
Imperial College London

Coherent dynamics in complex networks under noisy environments

Processo FAPESP: 2016/50055-4

Lincoln Suesdek da Rocha
Instituto Butantan / SSSP

Uriel Kitron
Emory University

Mosquitos and Disease in The City: A Study of Public Health and its Representation in Sao Paulo, Brazil

Processo FAPESP: 2016/50008-6

Maximiliano Mac Menz
Escola de Filosofia, Letras e Ciencias Humanas / Unifesp

Thomas Rogers
Emory University

Mapping Sao Paulo: A University Exchange to Plan a Digital Atlas for Urban Spatial History


Processo FAPESP: 2016/50054-8

Clarice Tanaka
Faculdade de Medicina / USP

Kylie Hill
Curtin University / ATN

Effects of a combined behavioural change intervention and standard exercise training on sedentary time of people with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease

Processo FAPESP: 2016/50052-5

João Paulo Papa
Faculdade de Ciências - Bauru /Unesp

Dinesh Kant Kumar
RMIT University / ATN

Development of cardiovascular disease and diabetes risk assessment model for ethnically diverse populations

Processo FAPESP: 2016/50022-9

Pedro Paulo Chaves de Souza
Faculdade de Odontologia – Araraquara / Unesp

Yin Xiao
Queensland University of Technology / ATN

Molecular mechanisms involved in osteoimmunomodulatory properties of biomaterials

Processo FAPESP: 2016/50019-8

Vanderlan da Silva Bolzani
Instituto de Química – Araraquara / Unesp

Emily Frances Hilder
University of South Australia / ATN

Greening sample preparation of complex matrices by using Natural Deep Eutectic Solvents (NADES) together with porous polymeric adsorbents for subsequent analyses by liquid chromatography

Processo FAPESP: 2016/50009-2

Hudson Wallace Pereira De Carvalho
Centro de Energia Nuclear na Agricultura / USP

Davide Mattia
University of Bath

Tailoring oxide nanoparticles for the mineral nutrition of plants

Processo FAPESP: 2016/50014-6

Antonio Lima Santos
Centro de Ciências Exatas e de Tecnologia / UFSCar

Rafael Israel Nepomechie
University of Miami

Temperley-Lieb Spin Chains

Processo FAPESP: 2016/50023-5

Felix Guillermo Gonzalez Hernandez
Instituto de Física / USP


Vanessa Sih
University of Michigan

Spin noise in two-dimensional electron gases

Processo FAPESP: 2016/50018-1

Lázaro Aurélio Padilha Jr.
Instituto de Física / Unicamp

Steven Thomas Cundiff
University of Michigan

Two-dimensional spectroscopy of novel nanomaterials


Processo FAPESP: 2016/50011-7

Lucila Leico Kagohara Elias
Faculdade de Medicina de Ribeirão Preto / USP

Carol Fuzeti Elias
University of Michigan

Development of mouse models using CRISPR-CAS9 technology


Processo FAPESP: 2016/50015-2

Margarete Oliveira Domingues
Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais / MCTI

Ralf Deiterding
University of Southampton

Advanced criteria for dynamic mesh adaption in computational space weather forecasting

Processo FAPESP: 2016/50016-9

Mauro Bertotti
Instituto de Química / USP

Guy Denuault
University of Southampton

Fabrication and characterisation of nano electrochemical sensors for the study of single cells and single nanoparticles

Processo FAPESP: 2016/50020-6

Oscar José Pinto Eboli
Instituto de Física / USP

Alexander Belyaev
University of Southampton

Probing the nature of dark matter using synergy of model building cosmology and collider physics

Processo FAPESP: 2016/50007-0

Oswaldo Keith Okamoto
Instituto de Biociências / USP

Rob M. Ewing
University of Southampton

Cancer stem cell interactome mapping

Processo FAPESP: 2016/50021-2

Ely Carneiro de Paiva
Faculdade de Engenharia Mecânica / Unicamp

Patricia A. Vargas
Heriot-Watt University

Smart airships swarm and robotic ground electrical vehicles for environmental monitoring and surveillance

Processo FAPESP: 2016/50001-1

Adriana Franco Paes Leme
CNPEM / MCTI

Jay William Fox
University of Virginia - School of Medicine

The role of ADAM 17-containing exosomes in sculpting metastatic niche in oral cancer


Processo FAPESP: 2016/50005-7

A chamada de propostas SPRINT 04/2015 está publicada em: fapesp.br/sprint/chamada42015.