Here we have collected information for those who have an ongoing grant from the Swedish Research Council.
All researchers who have grants from the Swedish Research Council need an account in the application system Prisma. This is to allow different types of requests to be made, for example, change of administrating organisation.
You can find information on your ongoing grants on the page “Applications and grants” in Prisma. If you cannot see your previously appropriated grants in Prisma, read more here.
If during your grant period you want to, for example, change administrating organisation, project leader or extend your disposal period, you can do this through Prisma in the form of what is referred to as a ‘request.’
Administrating organisation is the Swedish university, higher education institution (HEI) or other public organisation which administers your grants. You should submit a request for change of administrating organisation in good time before the change should take place.
The project leader is the person who has been appropriated funds for research. If it is no longer possible for the original project leader to lead the project, a new project leader can be appointed. The new project leader should be one of those who participated in the original application for the research grant and should not already have an ongoing project grant.
The Swedish Research Council’s “Notification on decision” states the period for which a grant is paid. Unless stated otherwise in the decision, the grant may be at your disposal during the specified period and for another year, calculated from the last day of the grant period. If the request relates to circumstances outside the control of the project leader/equivalent, which have prevented the project leader/equivalent from performing their research, for example, parental leave or long-term illness, extension of the disposal period may be approved. The request should be submitted by the project leader/equivalent during the last disposal year, before the last disposal date.