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About HIMS

Facts and figures

HIMS Annual Report 2017

UNDER CONSTRUCTION Hier overzicht van feiten en cijfers. Bij wijze van vingeroefening zijn hier een deel van de gegevens van 2016 opgenomen. Introtekst nog toevoegen. Te overwegen valt deze data grotendeels grafisch weer te geven en de tabellen in een PDF bijlage te verstrekken.

Personnel

The following tables provide insight into the HIMS staff data.

Full-time equivalents (fte) per employment type, divided by research group:

GC = group Corthals; PS = group Schoenmakers; PI: group Iedema; PB = group Bolhuis; EJM = group Meijer; F B: group Brouwer WJB = group Buma/Woutersen; FM = group Mutti; GR = group Rothenberg; JR = group Reek/de Bruin; MT = group Tromp; JVM = group Van Maarseveen/Hiemstra; Other = Elsevier who focusses only on education, from September 2016 onwards.

Full-time equivalents (fte) per employment type, divided by research theme:

Research themes: AC = Analytical Chemistry; CC = Computational Chemistry; MP = Molecular Photonics; SC = Sustainable Chemistry.

Research input of the HIMS staff members (net time available for research) presented as full time equivalents (fte) per employment type:

Since these numbers exclude education activities the total does not amount to the above-mentioned total amount of HIMS employees. The numbers are based on an input of 0.5 fte per fte tenured staff, 0.9 fte per fte non-tenured staff (visiting researchers, postdocs) and 0.75 fte per fte PhD student and 1.0 fte for technicians, supporting staff.

Research themes: AC = Analytical Chemistry; CC = Computational Chemistry; MP = Molecular Photonics; SC = Sustainable Chemistry.

Duration of promotion tracks at HIMS

The graph below shows the duration of promotion tracks for the past years at HIMS, from start to hora est in months. Each dot in the graph represents a single PhD. After four years where the median value was almost 59 months, in 2016 and 2017 the median value decreased to 55 months. It is the ultimate aim of the institute to have a median value of 51 months: 48 months to prepare a manuscript and another three months for the formalities.

(Externally prepared promotions are not taken into account in this analysis).

Efficiency of the doctoral research path

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Research input

The HIMS institute is financed via different funding streams: Direct funding (eerste geldstroom) is the funding HIMS receives from the university to cover to main costs for permanent staff, support, building and overheads. The RPA Sustainable Chemistry is also funded by this channel. The university may grant strategic project funding. The most research grants (tweede geldstroom) are funded by national or European funding or research agencies like NWO, FOM, STW and KNAW. A third funding component is contract research (derde geldstroom), directly paid by companies, governments, European Research Council or other third parties.

Last but not least HIMS welcomes a group of guest researchers. These are usually PhD students with a scholarship (bursalen) or senior researchers employed elsewhere having a sabbatical.

The tables below give an insight in the distribution of funds and the funding of staff salaries.

Research- and supporting staff 2016 of HIMS per funding type (fte):

Research themes: AC = Analytical Chemistry; CC = Computational Chemistry; MP = Molecular Photonics; SC = Sustainable Chemistry.
GC = group Corthals; PS = group Schoenmakers; PI: group Iedema; PB = group Bolhuis; EJM = group Meijer; F B: group Brouwer WJB = group Buma/Woutersen; FM = group Mutti; GR = group Rothenberg; JR = group Reek/de Bruin; MT = group Tromp; JVM = group Van Maarseveen/Hiemstra; Other = Elsevier who focusses only on education, from September 2016 onwards.

Externally financed projects acquired in 2016 (mln €) per funding type:

Research themes: AC = Analytical Chemistry; CC = Computational Chemistry; MP = Molecular Photonics; SC = Sustainable Chemistry.
GC = group Corthals; PS = group Schoenmakers; PI: group Iedema; PB = group Bolhuis; EJM = group Meijer; F B: group Brouwer WJB = group Buma/Woutersen; FM = group Mutti; GR = group Rothenberg; JR = group Reek/de Bruin; MT = group Tromp; JVM = group Van Maarseveen/Hiemstra; Other = Elsevier who focusses only on education, from September 2016 onwards.

1 Budgets were obtained for (in FTE) 14,4 PhD’s, 17 PD and 2,5 staff.

Research output

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Finance overview

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