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Sven Lovén Centre for Marine Infrastructure offer good opportunities for researchers, for those working here all year around as well as those visiting during a shorter period. Both groups are important for the Lovén Centre since they enrich each other, the former by giving continuity, acting as an attracting force for visiting researchers and contributing to renewal of the infrastructure. Visiting researchers contribute by bringing new knowledge, methods and ideas.

Many of the researchers at the Lovén Centre belong to the Department of Marine Sciences and Department of Biological and Environmental Sciences at the University of Gothenburg. Researchers at other departments at the University of Gothenburg and other universities are also users of the Lovén Centre. The proportion of researchers from abroad is high.

Researchers and other personell working permanent (minimum half-time) at the Lovén Centre, but belong to other departments.

New price list will soon be published. Until then, we provide prices upon request.

Scientists can apply for funds for stay or projects at the Lovén Centre via The KVA Fund.

You can apply for funding from Sea and Society to cover costs for workshops where you gather a number of marine/maritime scientists in order to prepare transdiciplinary applications for funding from for example BONUS or Formas.

Sea and Society will cover real costs for accommodation and food (not alcohol). Read more about workshops and how to apply at the webpage of Sea and Society.

Within Kosterhavet National Park there are certain regulations.

Courses, conferences and workshops

Upcoming courses and workshops at the Lovén Centre:


PhD course: Meta-analysis in ecology and environmental sciences. The Lovén Centre Tjärnö. 21-25 October 2019.

Page Manager: Martin Larsvik|Last update: 4/14/2016

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