Results of the CU student minigrants are out!

The second half of the year will bring many interesting events organized by the 4EU+ student groups, usually for other students and doctoral candidates. We are happy to announce that in the pilot edition of the student mini-grants scheme, Charles University has supported ten teams composed of students and young researchers from all six partner institutions.


Selected projects aim to initiate international research collaboration, organize joint workshops, seminars and events encouraging students to share knowledge, skills and ideas. The teams are usually interdisciplinary, bringing together students from a wide range of fields who will work on topics such as the impact of AI on healthcare, decolonization, game theory, youth representation and climate change. Students will be in charge of organizing and moderating various meetings and seminars to which they plan to invite academic experts and scholars. One of the examples is a workshop focusing on the transmissions of memories of war where a Ukrainian scholar will be the keynote speaker. The projects also foster students’ soft skills and provide space for new interactions in the Alliance, innovative ideas and creativity.


Project Title

Participating Universities

Student Workshop on Applied Mathematics

CU, UHD, UCPH

The representation of the youth in the local government units

CU, UCPH, UW

4EU+ for CU students

CU, UHD, SU, UCPH, UniMi, UW

Decolonisation challenge

CU, UniMi, UW

Letters from Whitechapel

CU, UniMi, UW

Thinking outside the ligand-binding pocket: alternative binding sites in the ligand-binding domain of Pregnane X Receptor (PXR) to prevent colon cancer

CU, UHD, UCPH

Collaborative research on high mountain cryosphere under the influence of climate change

CU, UHD, UniMi

Truth and untruth. Transmissions of memories of war.

CU, SU, UW

Rethinking AI in healthcare

CU, UCPH, UW

4EU+ Tomorrow’s Research and Science Innovation in Students' Start-ups (4EU+ TRSIS)

CU, UHD, UniMi