Selection of recent Funded Projects

Scott J. (PI, University of Eastern Finland) and 13 European partners in 11 countries among which Kleinhans R. & van Ham M. (both TU Delft) (2016) Resituating the Local in Cohesion and Territorial Development (Relocal). Horizon 2020. Call: H2020-SC6-REV-INEQUAL-2016-2017. Total budget €4.8 million, TU Delft budget €420k.

Jauhiainen J.S. (PI) Lehtovuori P., Kauppinen T., Joas M., and 4 partners and 7 international collaborators among which van Ham M. (2016) Urbanization, Mobilities and Immigration (URMI). Academy of Finland / The Strategic Research Council / Urbanising Society. Total budget €4 million, TU Delft budget €50k.

Parycek P. (PI) and 22 others from 6 partners, including Kleinhans R. (local Delft PI), van Oosterom P. & van Ham M. (2016) Advanced decision support for Smart Governance (SmartGov). ERA-NET Cofund Smart Cities and Communities. Total budget €1,23 million, TU Delft budget €250k.

Modai T. (PI) & van Ham M. (2016) Neighbourhood Change. EU Marie Curie grant (H2020-MSCA-IF02015, grant nr 702649). €163k.

van Ham M. (2016) Essay on socio-economic segregation in European cities and intergenerational inequality. OECD. €4k.

Ponds R. (PI), van Ham M. & Marlet G. (2015) Essay on segregation. Ministry of the Interior and Kingdom Relations (BZK) (with Atlas voor Gemeenten). €20k.

van Ham M. (2015) Advisory role on Leefbaarometer project of RIGO, In Fact and Atlas voor Gemeenten for the Ministry of the Interior and Kingdom Relations (BZK). €14k.

van Ham M. (PI) (2014) DEPRIVEDHOODS: Socio-spatial inequality, deprived neighbourhoods, and neighbourhood effects. European Research Council grant under the European Union's Seventh Framework Programme (FP/2007-2013) / ERC Grant Agreement n. 615159 (ERC Consolidator Grant). €2 million.

Reuschke D. (PI), Maclennan D., Syrett S., Mason C. & van Ham M. (2013) ESRC Seminar Series: Entrepreneurship in Homes and Neighbourhoods. ESRC grant (ES/L001489/1). £30k.

Xin L. & van Ham M. (PI) Urban and Neighbourhood Change in the Transitional Urban Areas of Northeast China: a Case Study of Shenyang, China. China Scholarship Council (CSC) Postgraduate Scholarship.  €60k.

Van Kempen R. (PI), Bolt G & van Ham M. (2013) Buurtverval: naar een nieuwe visie. Platform 31 brugproject. €40k.

van Ham M. (PI), Kleinhans, R. (2012) Project kennisontwikkeling experiment bewonersbedrijven [Project knowledge development experiment community enterprises]. Subsidy Ministry of the Interior and Kingdom Relations (BZK/WBI), with matching funding from Landelijk Samenwerkingsverband Aandachtswijken (LSA), and TU Delft.  €162k.

Hulchanski D. and 28 other applicants including van Ham M. (2012) Neighbourhood Inequality, Diversity, and Change: Trends, Processes, Consequences, and Policy Options for Canada’s Large Metropolitan Areas. Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC). CA$2.5 million.

van Ham M. (PI) (2012) NBHCHOICE: Neighbourhood choice, neighbourhood sorting, and neighbourhood effects. Marie Curie grant under the European Union's Seventh Framework Programme (FP/2007-2013) / Career Integration Grant n. PCIG10-GA-2011-303728 (CIG Grant). €100k.

van Ham M. (PI), Kleinhans R., Duyvendak J.W., Veldboer L., Kearns A. (in collaboration with Borough of Hoogvliet, Vestia Hoogvliet, Woonbron Hoogvliet, Platform Corpovenista) (2012) “Please do it yourself”. On social support, professional counselling and long-term upward social mobility in a neighbourhood-based approach. Funded by Nicis and VerDuS, a cooperation of Nicis Institute and NWO. €270k.

Kromhout S. (PI), Buitendijk J., Zandstra A. & van Ham M. (2011) Effecten Nieuwe Amsterdamse Woonruimteverdeling in beeld [Estimating the effects of changes in the Amsterdam housing allocation system]. Collaboration between RIGO and OTB for Gemeente Amsterdam. €41k.

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