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This is a list of grants and awards obtained by REPP (-affilitated) participants since 2019.

2022 (in alphabetical order)

• Dr. Lea Diestelmeier (REPP-funded) received, as co-applicant, main applicant Dr. Bardia Mashhoodi (Wageningen University and Research) received a grant awarded by NWO under the call "Energy transition as a socio-technical challenge". Project title: "Flexible Energy Communities: Coupling e-mobility and energy communities (FlexECs)". The grant will fund a PhD position for 4 years and a post-doctoral researcher for 2 years both in energy law. The project is envisaged to start in autumn 2022 and will last for 4 years.

• Dr. Lea Diestelmeier (REPP-funded) received a grant together with Prof. Dr. Linda Steg and Dr. Goda Perlaviciute (both Faculty of Behavioural and Social Sciences, RUG) awarded by the Ubbo Emmius Foundation under the M20 Call. Project title: “Adaptive participatory strategies to foster acceptability and fairness in bottom-up energy initiatives”. The project will fund an interdisciplinary (law and psychology) PhD position. The project is envisaged to start in autumn 2022 and will last for 4 years.

2021 (in alphabetical order)
  • Prof. Dr. Björn Hoops (REPP-affiliated) received a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions grant awarded by the European Commission, (currently in grant agreement preparation stage). Project title: “Private Law and the Energy Commons”.
  • Benedikt Schmitz LL.M. (REPP-funded) received a grant awarded by the Belgian Tijdschrift voor Privaatrecht to organise a conference on weaker party protection, private international law, and EU and national substantive law.
  • Prof. Dr. Brigit Toebes (REPP-affiliated), jointly with Prof. Dr. David Manton (UMCG), received a Collaborative Doctoral Partnership grant awarded by the European Commission Joint Research Centre. The grant will fund an interdisciplinary PhD position and a postdoctoral fellowship. Project topic: child oral health.
2020 (in alphabetical order)

• Dr. Lea Diestelmeier (REPP-funded), as co-applicant (main applicants Dr. Tineke van der Schoor and Lies Oldenhof from the Hanze University of Applied Science) received a RAAK-mkb grant awarded by the Dutch Research Council (NWO). Project title: “Cooperatief in balans: Innovatieve duurzame energiediensten”. Duration: January 2021-December 2023.

• Prof. Dr. Björn Hoops (REPP-affiliated) received a research grant awarded by the Dutch Land Registry (Kadaster). Project title: “Making adverse possession visible and land registration more reliable”.

• Prof. Dr. Björn Hoops (REPP-affiliated) received a research grant awarded by the Dutch municipalities and water boards. Project title: “Securing government land from adverse possession”.

• Prof. Dr. Björn Hoops (REPP-affiliated) received a grant awarded by Tijdschrift voor Privaatrecht to organise a conference on private law and sustainability.

• Dr. Arpi Karapetian (REPP-funded) received the Wierenga-Rengerink Dissertation Prize 2019, awarded by the University of Groningen.

• Dr. Arpi Karapetian (REPP-funded), as one of the main applicants (other main applicants included Prof. Dr. Frank Verstijlen and Prof. Dr. Loes Lennarts), received a grant awarded by the Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek- en Documentatiecentrum (WODC). Project topic: the position of unsecured creditors in insolvency. Duration: December 2020-June 2021.

• Dr. Lottie Lane (REPP-funded), as co-applicant, received the Netherlands Network for Human Rights Research workshop organisation grant awarded by the Netherlands Network for Human Rights Research for an international workshop on “Artificial Intelligence: The New Frontier of Business and Human Rights” (scheduled for fall 2021).

• Dr. Justin Lindeboom (REPP-affiliated) received the Global Emile Noël Fellowship at NYU Law School awarded by the New York University. The topic of his research fellowship is “Protecting European Citizens and Market Participants”. Duration: Spring semester 2020.

• Prof. Dr. Leon Verstappen (REPP-affiliated), as co-applicant (other applicants included Masha Antokolskaia Antokolskaia, Catrien Bijleveld, Kees Blankman, Eefje Sizoo from the VU Amsterdam, and Wendy Schrama Schrama from the Universiteit Utrecht), received a grant awarded by the Dutch Research Agenda (Nationale Wetenschapsagenda) within the programme “Onderzoek op Routes door Consortia (NWA-ORC). Project title: “Naar een nieuwe balans tussen empowerment en bescherming van ouderen: een juridisch-empirisch perspectief”.

• Prof Dr. Michel Vols (REPP-affiliated), received a European Research Council (ERC) Starting grant awarded by the European Commission in September 2020. Project title: “To what extent do national and international legislation and human rights laws protect people from the serious impact of a measure like being evicted from their homes?

2019 (in alphabetical order)

• Prof. Dr. Björn Hoops (REPP-affiliated) received a research fellowship awarded by the University of Turin in 2019. Project topic: “Private Law and the Energy Commons”.

• Dr. Irene Visser (REPP-funded), as co-applicant (main applicants Prof. Dr. Leon Verstappen and Prof. Dr. Wilbert Kolkman) received a research grant awarded by the Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek- en Documentatiecentrum (WODC) in 2019. Project topic: the acceptance of the current maintenance obligation under Dutch law.

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