Monday, 7 September 2015

#H2020 largest grants so far - And the winners are....

This table shows the higher education institutions with largest grants by value so far in H2020. Of the 30 organisations listed, 21 were in the top 30 for FP7. Of course, other organisation types also have large numbers of grants, including CNRS and CEA (France), and Fraunhofer and Max Planck (Germany). If all organisation types are taken into account, the final entry in the table, Karolinska Institute, drops to 44th place. The highest placed company in the overall list is Siemens of Germany at 53 and the highest placed public body is the Welsh Assembly Government (UK) at 127. The Finnish CSC-ICT Centre for Science, which provides IT services for research, libraries, archives and museums, is the highest placed “OTHER” at 234.


€m = EU grant; No. = number of projects
€m
No.
 
 
 
€m
No.
1
Cambridge University
UK
68.3
114
16
Southampton University
UK
24.9
34
2
University College London
UK
59.9
108
17
Leeds University
UK
24.8
43
3
Oxford University
UK
54.4
122
18
LMU Munich
DE
24.7
42
4
Imperial College London
UK
46.6
94
19
Lund University
SE
24.6
40
5
Copenhagen University
DK
43.7
102
20
Weizmann Institute
IL
24.2
29
6
Edinburgh University
UK
34.7
69
21
Glasgow University
UK
24.2
39
7
KU Leuven
BE
32.7
71
22
Milan Polytechnic
IT
24.0
51
8
Delft Tech. University
NL
31.5
55
23
Amsterdam University
NL
23.3
48
9
Bristol University
UK
27.9
47
24
TU Eindhoven
NL
23.0
42
10
Munich Technical University
DE
27.4
43
25
Warwick University
UK
22.1
37
11
Gent University
BE
27.0
48
26
Manchester University
UK
22.1
48
12
VU Amsterdam
NL
26.2
53
27
RWTH Aachen
DE
21.8
37
13
Aarhus University
DK
26.2
43
28
Utrecht University
NL
21.4
49
14
Danish Technical Univ.
DK
26.0
55
29
Radboud University
NL
20.6
38
15
KTH Royal Inst. Technology
SE
25.8
52
30
Karolinska Institute
SE
20.1
40