University of Luxembourg

University of Luxembourg

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Location: Esch-sur-Alzette - Luxembourg
2 Avenue de l’Universite, 4365 Esch-sur-Alzette

Innovation - May 19

The University of Luxembourg together with Bradford Deep Space Industry have recently started a partnership collaboration to build an efficient and reliable numerical model for water-based propulsion of microsatellites. Sustainability in space. Back in the spotlight, the space market is in a great expansion and stretching the limits every day.

Innovation - May 15

When you speak about the future, it is important that you have partners today. Partners that trust in your work already. What has been achieved in the last two decades is really incredible: Because of you we are not followers in technology, but we are a leading country in new technology.

Innovation - May 11

Luxembourg-based HR tech company Zortify and the Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust (SnT) at the University of Luxembourg are pioneering next-generation artificial intelligence (AI) for the European context in the domain of Human Resource management.

Politics - Apr 28

The University of Luxembourg Diplomacy Lab recently held its formal launch event on Tuesday, 25 April in the presence of Foreign Minister Asselborn, MEP Tilly Metz and several ambassadors to Luxembourg.

Environment - Apr 19

PwC Luxembourg is collaborating on an initiative within the Department of Finance of the University of Luxembourg and supporting the Sustainable Finance Chair of the University of Luxembourg by hosting two events a year within PwC-s premises.

Genes influence different structures and the function of the brain. These in turn explain differences in behaviour. Analysing all three aspects at once is a challenge - and has been achieved for the first time.

On 1 March 2023, Decebal Constantin Mocanu joined the Department of Computer Science at the University of Luxembourg as Associate Professor in Machine Learning. Decebal Constantin Mocanu shares his background, former experience and explains his future challenges.

Career - Mar 7

The University launches a mentoring programme to support researchers in their career development and to promote gender equality. The ADVANCE programme will match early career researchers with more experienced scientists.

Mathematics - May 12

On 11 May 2023, the third edition of the GEM (Girls Exploring Math) Day was a great success with more than 230 girls from 11 Luxembourg secondary schools.

On 20 and 21 April 2023, the University of Luxembourg hosted Women's narratives and European integration history conference organised by the Europe Direct at the University of Luxembourg (ED-UNILU) and the Luxembourg Centre for Contemporary and Digital History (C²DH) in the framework of the oral history research project -The role of women in European and international relations of Luxembourg -, led by Dr Elena Danescu, Research Scientist at the C²DH.

Health - Apr 27

Inaugurating a new initiative to foster AI-driven precision medicine via data federation, standardisation, and interoperability. Clinnova, an international project involving clinicians and researchers from Luxembourg, France, Germany and Switzerland, is being officially launched in Luxembourg on 27 April at a kick-off ceremony attended by the Ministers of Higher Education & Research and Health.

Campus - Apr 7

Following the success of his first two exclusive masterclasses in the region,-the MIT Bill Aulet, recipient of the Adolf F. Monosson Prize for Entrepreneurial Mentoring, was back in Luxembourg this spring for the third edition of a two-day masterclass on Disciplined Entrepreneurship (DE).

Innovation - Apr 4

Media and Telecommunications Law professor at the University of Luxembourg, Mark D. Cole is one of eight experts nominated to the newly created German Broadcasting Commission's -Future Council- or -Zukunftsrat- for the future development of public service media.

Health - Mar 13

COVID-19, caused by an infection with the SARS-CoV-2 virus, was declared a global pandemic by the World Health Organisation (WHO) in March 2020. While some people developed severe illness and required medical care, many people reported only mild-to-moderate symptoms, if any at all.

Life Sciences - Feb 28

On Rare Disease Day 2023, Prof. Carole Linster from the Luxembourg Centre for Systems Biomedicine (LCSB) of the University of Luxembourg reflects on her team's work on metabolite repair disorders, a subset of the over 7,000 rare diseases identified to date.

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