At a meeting in April 2019, the Lars Erik Lundberg’s Scholarship Foundation decided to award the Lundberg scholarship for 2019.  The following grants were awarded a total amount of SEK 2 016 000:

 

Annie Locke Scherer, Royal Institute of Technology, Architecture Technologies,
School of Architecture, Stockholm.
“Concrete Form[ing]Work: Integrating Parametric Patterning with Fabric Formwork”.
(Continued scholarship)                                                                                                                                          SEK 288 000.

 

Lenastina Andersson, Royal Institute of Technology, School of Architecture, Stockholm.
“Staging Transformation in Architecture”.
(Continued scholarship)                                                                                                                                         SEK 288 000.

 

Dauren Mussabek, University of Lund, Department of Building and Environmental Technology,
Water Resources Engineering, Lund.
”Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) in aquatic environment: fate, transport and exposure modelling.”
(Continued scholarship)                                                                                                                                        SEK 288 000.

 

Cynthia Sin Tian Ho, Royal Institute of Technology, Real Estate and Construction Management,
School of Architecture and the Build Environment, Stockholm.
“The influence of bank branch closure on new firm formation in Sweden”.                                                   SEK 288 000.

 

Elizabeth Shelley, Swedish University of Agricultural Science, Alnarp,
Department of Landscape Architecture,  Planning and Management.
“Landscape Management for Well-being: The relationship between urban green space management
and the restorative function of everyday landscapes”.                                                                                      SEK 288 000.

 

Arash Jouybari, University of Gävle, Faculty of engineering and sustainable development,
Computer and Spatial Sciences, Gävle.
“Improvement in 3D mapping and accuracy assessment using aerial photogrammetry data”.
(Continued scholarship)                                                                                                                                       SEK 288 000.

 

Johan Wirdelöv, Swedish University of Agricultural Science, Department of Landscape Architecture,
Planning and Management, Design of urban landscapes.
“Studies in urban material culture: Use, diversity and everyday life.”
(Continued scholarship)                                                                                                                                        SEK 288 000.