Graphical depiction of the table of funded grants below.
Summarized timeline of major grants. Purple-EU; Green-Other International; Orange-Norway;

Approximate Cumulative Funding (€)

Krishna Agarwal 8,950,000 € 2017-2025
Balpreet Singh Ahluwalia 8,050,000 € 2011-2024
Florian Ströhl 1,000,000 € 2019-2025

 

 

Project Title Funding Source Approximate Amount (€) Start End Roles
Development of Real Volumetric Microscopy through Single Objective Light-Sheet Imaging System (SOLIS) FRIPRO Young Research Talent 800,000 2021 2021 PI: Florian Ströhl
Organ Vision FET Open RIA 3,700,000 2021 2025 PI: Krishna Agarwal
Next Generation Optical Nanoscopy Platforms for Biological System -Symbiosis of Advanced Training, Research and Innovation Norwegian Research Council (RCN) INTPART 450,000 2021 2024 PI: Balpreet Singh Ahluwalia
WP Leader: Krishna Agarwal
Artificial intelligence solutions to virtually stain label-free cell and tissue images for studying cardiovascular diseases of fish and mammals UiT Thematic Funding 3,000,000

(KA 500,000)

2021 2024 Co-PI: Krishna Agarwal
Chip-based nanoscopy: an affordable, multi-modal and high-throughput super-resolution imaging platform ERC POC 150,000 2020 2022 PI: Balpreet Singh Ahluwalia
Nano- and microplastics: Do they impact fish health and welfare? Norwegian Research Council (RCN) Nano2021 1,000,000

(BSA 70,000)

2020 2022 Collaborator: Balpreet Singh Ahluwalia
Label-free 3D morphological nanoscopy for studying sub-cellular dynamics in live cancer cells with high spatio-temporal resolution Horizon 2020 ERC Starting Grant 1,500,000 2019 2024 PI: Krishna Agarwal
Integrated optical nanoscopy for pathology and the clinic Norwegian Research Council (RCN) Nano 2021 1,000,000 2019 2023 PI: Balpreet Singh Ahluwalia
WP Leader: Krishna Agarwal
Label-free nanoscopy of living cells through nanoscale refractive index profiler FRIPRO Young Research Talent 800,000 2019 2023 PI: Krishna Agarwal
Development of Deep-UV Quantitative Microscopy for the Study of Mitochondrial Dysfunction Horizon 2020 MSCA-IF 200,000 2019 2021 Researcher: Florian Ströhl
Host: Balpreet Singh Ahluwalia
Super-resolution optical microscopy of nanosized pore dynamics in endothelial cells Horizon 2020 MSCA-ITN 3,800,000

(BSA 300,000)

2018 2022 WP Leader:
Balpreet Singh Ahluwalia
Advanced imaging of cardiac mitochondrial quality control Helse-Nord 350,000

(BSA 70,000)

2019 2021 WP Leader:
Balpreet Singh Ahluwalia
High‐throughput and high-resolution pathology using chip-based nanoscopy Norwegian Research Council (RCN) BioTek 800,000 2019 2021 PI: Balpreet Singh Ahluwalia
WP Leader: Krishna Agarwal
Centre for Advanced Nanoscopy to Decode Sub-cellular biological UiT Strategic Funding 1,300,000 2016 2020 PI: Balpreet Singh Ahluwalia
Affordable photonic-chip based optical nanoscopy Horizon 2020  ERC Proof of Concept 150,000 2018 2019 PI: Balpreet Singh Ahluwalia
Chip-based MUSICAL nanoscopy for imaging endocytosis pathways of phage viruses in LSEC Horizon 2020 MSCA-IF 200,000 2017 2019 Researcher: Krishna Agarwal  Host: Balpreet Singh Ahluwalia
High-speed chip-based nanoscopy to discover real-time sub-cellular dynamics Horizon 2020 ERC Starting Grant 1,500,000 2014 2019 PI: Balpreet Singh Ahluwalia
Indo-Norway research programme on optics and photonics for bio-medical imaging and environment monitoring. Indo-Norway grant (INCP, SIU funding) 120,000 2015 2018 PI: Balpreet Singh Ahluwalia
dSTORM on chip, the first entry level nanoscopy solution Norwegian Research Council (RCN) FORNY 700,000 2016 2017 Chief Technical Officer:
Balpreet Singh Ahluwalia
University top-up grant to support ERC starting grant UiT Infrastructure 1,000,000 2014 2017 PI: Balpreet Singh Ahluwalia
High-speed optical super-resolution nanoscopy for live-cell imaging IS-DAAD Mobility 10,000 2015 2016 PI: Balpreet Singh Ahluwalia
Integrated platform for optical-squeezing of RBC: A marker for structural deformation for stored blood lesion Leiv Eiriksson 30,000 2011 2012 PI: Balpreet Singh Ahluwalia