Research in ETHOS Lab is conducted both under discrete, funded research grants (Data as Relation, VIRT-EU etc.) and through the broader Research Themes.
Research Grants are projects that have been funded by an external body. ETHOS Lab currently hosts and supports projects funded by the Danish national research schemes, private research foundations and European funds.
Current projects include Data as Relation and VIRT-EU. Additionally, Carlsbergfondet funds Katrine Meldgaard Kjær’s PostDoc research, Controversial Healing, which is hosted in ETHOS Lab.
Research Themes connect the interests of specific researchers to projects that are suitable for Junior Researcher projects, 7.5 independent studies or MA theses. Projects may be defined by researchers or proposed and developed in collaboration with students.