- EnhanCing hydrODIVERsity for improving catchment-based climate resilience (EcoDiver)
Persson, M., Scholz, M., Bertacchi Uvo C., Zhang, L., Nilsson, E., Wörman, A., and Butts, M. (2020), Naturvårdsverket, SEK 4,984,980
- Water Retention and Nutrient Recycling in Soils and Streams for Improved Agricultural Production (WATERAGRI)
Scholz, M. (2020-2024), European Union, Horizon 2020. EURO 7,000,000 (including EURO 1,453,000 for Lund University and EURO 225,000 for The University of Salford).
- Compilation of Permits for Emissions of Pollutants to Water and the Impact of the Emissions on Surface Water
Scholz, M. (2019), County Administrative Board of Skåne, SEK 400,000.
- Research-based Assessment of Integrated approaches to Nature-based SOLUTIONS (RainSolutions)
Scholz M. (2019-2022), JPI Water 2018 “Closing the Water Cycle Gap”. EURO 1,520,000 (EURO 400,000 (SEK 4,134,000) for Lund University and EURO 26,000 for Johannesburg University).
- Water Resources Management for Small Catchments Under Climate Change and Anthropogenic Pressures Delivering Hope to Disadvantaged Communities (HOPE)
Scholz M., Nomngongo P. N., Linderholm H. and Franke L. (2018-2020), South Africa Sweden University Forum and Republic of South Africa. SEK 100,000.
- Distinguished Visiting Professor in Sustainable Water Engineering at the Civil Engineering Science Department, Faculty of Engineering and the Built Environment
Scholz M. (2017-2022), Johannesburg University, Johannesburg, South Africa approximately SEK 1,265,000.
- Development of the Dewaterability Estimation Test (DET) Apparatus
Scholz M. and Antonacopoulos A. (2016-2018), The University of Salford, approximately £40,000.
- PhD studentship for Shokoufeh Salimi
Scholz M. (2016-2021), Division of Water Resources Engineering, Lund University, approximately SEK 1,100,000.
- Strategic Support to Enhance Cross-collaboration Research on Nature-based Solutions for Urban Challenges
Scholz M. (2016-2017), Funds for Strategic Investment, Faculty of Engineering, Lund University, SEK 1,800,000 (£164,000).
- Renaturation of the Lake with Ecological Engineering Solutions
Scholz, M. (2016-2017), Faculty of Engineering, Lund University, approximately SEK 170,000 (£15,500).
- Sustainable Urban Storm Water Quality Management Supporting Blue-green Infrastructure
Scholz M. (2016-2018), VINNMER Marie Curie Incoming 2016-03-16, VINNOVA, Swedish government agency, SEK 2,387,572 (approximately £198,108).
- Development of the Dewaterability Estimation Test (DET) Apparatus, Innovation Fellows/Staff Challenge
Scholz M. and Antonacopoulos A. (2015-2016), Research and Innovation, The University of Salford, approximately £14,000. Note: Place 1 out of 18 submissions; only three (17%) proposals got funded.
- Newton Bhabha PhD Placement Programme
Ray S. and Scholz M. (2015), British Council, £12,000
- Bench fee for Mr. Amjad Hussein (PhD student) over three formal study years
Scholz M. (2015-2017), Iraqi Government, £9,000
2009 – 2014
- Sustainable Drainage Systems. General Teaching Assistant and PhD Studentship for Mr. Vincent Uzomah
Scholz (2012-2016), The University of Salford, approximately £65,000
- Scientific Assessment of the Permeable Pavement Priora System
Scholz (2012), Marshalls. £10,500
- Iron and Manganese Compliance in Water in Distribution Networks.
Tumula P. and Scholz M. (2011-2014), Prof. Scholz supports (as a co-investigator at 25%) the principal investigator Dr Tumula (75%). United Utilities. £99,996
- Assessment of the Relationships between Sustainable Flood Retention Basin Variables and Catchment Characteristics
Tumula P. and Scholz M. (2010-2013), EPSRC PhD Studentship. Approximately £65,000
- Alexander von Humboldt Foundation Research Stipend. Title: Sustainable Flood Retention Basins to Control Flooding and Diffuse Pollution
Scholz M. (2010), University of Freiburg (Germany). Duration: 01/07 – 30/09/10. Approximately £6,115
- Wetlands, Marie Curie and Irish Research Council for Science, Engineering and Technology fellowship award to Akin Babatunde to undertake research on wetland system clogging with Miklas Scholz in England and Ireland
Babatunde A. and Scholz M. (2010-2013), consumables budget of £16,221 to The University of Salford
- PhD scholarship (Integrated Constructed Wetlands and Flood Control) for Mr. Yu Dong
Scholz (2009-2012), China Scholarship Council, approximately £80,000
- Capillary Suction Time Test Development
Scholz M. (2009-2010), The University of Edinburgh award: £13,225 towards student fees
2000 – 2008
- PhD scholarship (Sustainable Flood Retention Basins) for Ms. Yang Qinli,
Scholz (2008-2011), China Scholarship Council, approximately £80,000
- Strategic Alliance for Integrated Water Management Actions (SAWA)
Scholz M. (2008-2012), European Union INTERREG grant 22 partners from five countries. European Union, overall budget of £6,450,500 (50% EU funds), of which £387,100 (50% EU funds) goes to the university to work on the ‘Classification and Optimisation of Flood Retention Structures to Control Flooding and Diffuse Pollution’
- The Next Generation of Permeable Pavement Systems, PhD Studentship Award
Scholz M. (2008-2011), Heidelberg/Hanson/Formpave, £65,000
- Integrated Constructed Wetlands, PhD Studentship Award
Scholz M., Tumula P. and Muneer T. (2007-2010), Edinburgh Research Partnership, £54,000
- Design of Integrated Constructed Wetlands to dewater and Treat Farm Slurry, PhD Studentship
Scholz M. and Culleton N. (2007-2010), Teagasc (The Agriculture and Food Development Authority), £42,800
- Supervision of Mr. Xianqiang Tang (Nankai University), who received a PhD scholarship from the China Scholarship Council (National Study-abroad Project for Postgraduates of Key Constructed High-level Universities in China in 2007)
Scholz M. (2007-2008). National Natural Science Foundation of China (No. 50479034), approximately £26,000
- Supervision of Mr. Liang Zhang (Wuhan University), who received a PhD scholarship from the China Scholarship Council (National Study-abroad Project for Postgraduates of Key Constructed High-level Universities in China in 2007)
Scholz M. (2007-2008), National Natural Science Foundation of China, approximately £26,000
- Alexander von Humboldt Foundation Research Stipend. Title: Classification of Vegetated Flood Water Retention Areas Applied in the River Rhine Catchment
Scholz M. (2006), Host: University of Freiburg (Germany). Duration: 25/03 – 30/09/06. Approximately £11,650
- College Studentship Award: Capillary Suction Time Test Development
Scholz M. (2005-2008), The University of Edinburgh. £21,000 towards fees and maintenance
- PhD Studentship Award: Assessment of Combined Permeable Pavements and Ground Source Heat Pumps
Scholz M. (2005-2008), Hanson/Formpave, £58,240
- Visiting Post-doctoral Fellow
Scholz M. (2005-2006), UK-China Scholarship, £15,000
- PhD Studentship Award: Design and Operation of Storm Water Storage and Treatment Systems
Scholz M. (2004-2008), Alderburgh/Atlantis Storm Water Management, £47,100
- Industrial Secondment Scheme Award funded by The Royal Academy of Engineering and Glasgow City Council. Title: The Glasgow Sustainable Urban Drainage System Management Project
Scholz M. (2004), Host: Glasgow City Council. £18,840 in total (£8,720 funded by the Academy and £10,120 funded by the Council
- Global Research Award funded by The Royal Academy of Engineering and The University of Edinburgh (matched funding). Title: Water Quality and Hydraulic Residence Time Control Management Applied for Restored Wetlands
Scholz M. (2003), Host: The University of Kiel (Germany). £20,000 (£16,000 from the Academy and £4,000 from the host)
- Performance of Sustainable Urban Drainage Systems, PhD Studentship
Ashley R. M., Scholz M. and Headley A. D., (2001-2004), DTA and Kirklees Metropolitan Council, £25,000
- Aquatic Microbiological and Biological Ecology within Wetlands and Reed Beds, PhD Studentship
Scholz M. and Ashley R. M. (2000-2003), Natural Environmental Research Council, £25,000