Overview

Career Stage(s): Postdoc & Junior Researcher, Established Researcher,

Funding Type(s): Project Funding, Support to establish research groups in Luxembourg,

Deadline: 15-11-2017 14:00 CET (pre-proposals)

Deadline: 20-02-2018 14:00 CET (full proposals)

PROGRAMME SUMMARY

The ATTRACT programme is designed for researchers not yet established in Luxembourg, who demonstrate the potential to become leaders in their field of research. The scheme offers promising junior researchers the opportunity to set up their own research team within one of the country’s research institutions.

Researchers are eligible between 2 and 8 years after their PhD, they must have an outstanding track record in their field which has to fit strategically to the research agenda of the Luxembourg host institution.

Host institutions offer candidates the prospect of developing an own research line. ATTRACT fellows are offered a 1-year individual coaching and a career track towards a tenured position.

DURATION

ATTRACT fellowships have a lifespan of 5 years.

FUNDING SPECIFICS

The financial contribution by the FNR can be up to 1.5 MEUR for Starting Investigators (Postdoc & Junior Researcher level) or 2 MEUR for Consolidating Investigators (Established Researcher level).

APPLICATION INFORMATION

  • The ATTRACT programme has 1 Call per year
  • The candidate must have 2 – 8 years proven experience in the R&D context, following the successful completion of a doctoral degree.
  • Research proposals must be submitted jointly by the candidate and host institution (please note the University of Luxembourg’s internal deadline is 12 September 2017). To address the gender gap in academic and research positions, the FNR requires 40% of all candidates proposed in the years 2017-21 to be female.


Funded ATTRACT Fellows

LIST OF FUNDED FNR ATTRACT FELLOWS

2017

Anupam Sengupta (University of Luxembourg) for project ‘MBRACE – Microbial Biophysics of Rapid Adaptation in Changing Environments

2016

Pedro Cardoso-Leite (University of Luxembourg) for project ‘DIGILEARN


Alex Redinger (University of Luxembourg) for project ‘SUNSPOT


Stan Schymanski (Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology – LIST) for project ‘WAVE

2015

2014

Dirk Brenner (Luxembourg Institute of Health) for project ‘DBRRIL – Regulating the regulators: Gateways of inflammation and lymphoma

Thomas Schmidt (University of Luxembourg) for project ‘MoMeSys: Modern mesoscopic systems and applications in nanoelectronics and spintronics

2013

2012

Samuel Greiff (University of Luxembourg) for project ‘Assessing Skills in the 21st Century


Ines Thiele (LCSB at University of Luxembourg) for project ‘An integrated multiorgan reconstruction of human metabolism: connecting diet to health

2010

Karsten Hiller (LCSB at University of Luxembourg) ‘Metabolomics Junior Research Group


Oliver Kohns (University of Luxembourg) for project ‘Aesthetical Figurations of the Political in the Postnational Age – ÄPO

2009

Andreas Michels (University of Luxembourg) for project ‘Earth Nanomagnetism – RARE


Paul Wilmes (LCSB at University of Luxembourg) for project ‘Systems Biology of Natural Microbial Assemblages – SysBioNaMa

2007

Phillip Dale (University of Luxembourg) for project ‘Photovoltaics via Electrodeposition of Compound Semiconductors – PECOS

SEE ALSO..

ATTRACT HIGHLIGHTS

ATTRACT VIDEOS

Introducing ATTRACT

ATTRACT Fellows in Biomedicine

ATTRACT Fellows in Education/Cognitive Applied Science and Humanities/Identities/Politics

ATTRACT Projects Overview

ATTRACT Fellows in Material Sciences

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