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Seminar and conference

The grant aims to enable employees at Lund University to organise and invite guest lecturers/researchers to an open seminar or conference on sound and sound environments.

The seminar is not to be part of the regular teaching at the University. The available funding amounts to max. SEK 40 000 per application and may be used for eg. the fee and travel costs of invited speakers, as well as venue costs. 

The grant will be paid as a lump sum to the principal applicant’s department on acknowledgement of reported seminar programme and expenses.

If a grant is awarded, the seminar is to be announced on the Sound Environment Centre’s website, and the centre is stated as co-organiser of the event.


The application must contain:

  • Brief description of planned seminar/conference (max. 2 A4 pages)
  • CVs of participating guest lecturers (max. 1 A4 page/guest lecturer)
  • Budget for the event
  • Information about which department the applicant wishes to associate the seminar with
  • The application and budget are to be signed by the principal applicant as well as the head of the department concerned

The application deadline is: 22 October 2021

The application and required documents is to be submitted digitally to:
coordinator [at] lmc [dot] lu [dot] se

There are no specific application forms for this purpose

The applications will be processed by a working group within the Board of the Sound Environment Centre, which is also the decision-making body in this matter. A decision can be expected within one month of the application deadline.

Funds can be used up to and including the autumn semester of 2022.