Now information on all ongoing grants from the Swedish Research Council is available in Prisma

The Swedish Research Council has transferred all grants with upcoming payments or with demands for reporting from the old application system to Prisma.

All researchers who have grants from the Swedish Research Council need an account in Prisma. The reason is that all requests which apply to extension of disposal period, change of project leader or change of administrating organisation should now be made through Prisma, instead of forms.

You can find information on your appropriated grants on the page “Applications and grants” in Prisma.

Questions and answers

  • How can I get an account in Prisma?

Go to Prismaexternal link, opens in new window, click on the button “Create personal account” and follow the instructions. In order to see your previously appropriated grants, you then need to contact Prisma’s supportexternal link, opens in new window and inform which e-mail address you used when you created your account in Prisma. You also need to send information on administrating organisation for the grant, financier as well as reference number. We can then link your account with your grant, so that you can see this on the page “Applications and grants.”

  • I already have an account in Prisma, but cannot see my ongoing grants which were appropriated before 2015.

Contact Prisma’s supportexternal link, opens in new window and inform which e-mail address is linked to your account in Prisma. You also need to send information on the grant’s administrating organisation, financier as well as reference number. We can then link your account with your grant, so that you can see this on the page “Applications and grants.”

  • I have had a grant from the Swedish Research Council, Forte or Formas, why am I unable to see it in Prisma?

Only ongoing grants have been transferred to Prisma from the older application systems of Forte and the Swedish Research Council. That is, grants with upcoming payments or demand for reporting. Concluded grants have not been transferred to Prisma.

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Updated: 2016-12-05