Stipends

The Hasselblad Foundation is offering two stipends for natural scientists to spend time at either Hôtel Chevillon in the village of Grez-sur-Loing in France or Villa Martinson in Jonsered. The stay at Hôtel Chevillon takes place in November-December and the stay at Villa Jonsered takes place in May.

The purpose is to offer a stay for a limited period that can offer peace and quiet to enable concentration on a piece of writing.

 

Grez-sur-Loing

Stipends to Hôtel Chevillon and Villa Martinson

 

Qualification
Grants can be applied for by natural scientists, working as teachers or researchers in the natural sciences employed at universities or university colleges in Sweden.

 

Application
Applications must include personal information, position, short CV and a description (explanation) of the purpose of stay. Application form is not available. The application shall be provided the Foundation no later than 1 February the year of application in a single document (PDF file). Address: *protected email*

 

Stipend period
Hôtel Chevillon, November–December

Villa Martinson, May

 

Stipend amount

Hôtel Chevillon
Stipend amount is SEK 30,000, excluding the rental cost paid by the Foundation. The apartment and separate workroom made available to the stipend holder is completely renovated. The stay requires self-catering. The stipend holder has the opportunity to bring a family member to the Hôtel Chevillon at no additional rental cost during the stipend period.

The stipend holder must be aware of bringing his or her own computer. Network connection and a printer are available centrally at the Hôtel Chevillon.

Villa Martinson

Stipend amount is  SEK 8,000, excluding the rental cost paid by the Foundation. The apartment made available to the stipend holder is completely renovated.

The stay requires self-catering. The stipend holder must be aware of bringing his or her own computer. Network connection is available.

 

 

Villa Martinson

 

Announcement
Hasselblad Foundation announces who has been awarded the stipend by April the year of the application with a press release and an announcement on the website.

 

 

About Hôtel Chevillon and Grez-sur-Loing

Hôtel Chevillon has gone to the Nordic art history as one of two hotels in Grez-sur-Loing in the 1880s that hosted many highly recognized Nordic and Anglo-Saxon artists and writers, including Carl Larsson, Karl Nordström, Bruno Liljefors, the Danish and Norwegian Skagen painters, August Strindberg and Robert Louis Stevenson, among many others. In this carefully restored environment the Grez-sur-Loing Foundation, based in Gothenburg, now rents out apartments and studios to institutions, that in turn through grants offers artists, writers, photographers, scientists and others, the opportunity to live and work there for some months (www.grez-stiftelsen.se). Hôtel Chevillon is not a hotel in the ordinary sense. The stay requires self-catering. Hôtel Chevillon is not accessible for disabled persons.

Grez-sur-Loing is located approximately 70 km south of Paris and 9 km south of Fontainebleau. The village has an approximate population of 1,300. The central part with its meandering streets and enclosed areas has not changed much over the past hundred years. The old arch bridge and the ancient tower ruin are the two village landmarks.

 

 

About Villa Martinson

Villa Martinson is a former private villa located a stone’s throw away from Jonsered Manor. The house has five apartments and on its upper floor there is also a shared library for socializing, discussions and studies. The villa, with a view of undulating climes and lake Aspen, is named after Jonsered’s most famous literary reference, Harry Martinson, who lived here in his youth.

 

 

Application deadline

1 March 2017

 

Application to be sent to:

Hasselblad Foundation

Ekmansgatan 8

SE-412 56 Göteborg

 

Stipends 2016

 

Anna Godhe, Professor Department of Marine Sciences, University of Gothenburg is granted the stipend to Villa Martinson in Jonsered.
Anna Godhe’s main research interest is within phytoplankton ecology, the role of phytoplankton life-cycle stages, population genetic of phytoplankton, and interactions between different trophic levels in the pelagic environment. She has for several years studied the dynamics between the planktonic and benthic stages of microalgae.

 

Annie-Maj Johansson, Senior Lecturer Science at the School of Education, Health and Social Studies, Dalarna University, is granted the stipend to Villa San Michele in Grez-sur-Loing, France. Johansson’s research interest is about teaching and learning in primary school science. She received her PhD in Mathematics and Science Education in 2012 at the University of Stockholm with the thesis “Inquiry-based approach in primary school science”.