The Luxembourg National Research Fund (FNR) is looking for a skilled Graphic Designer (Science Illustrator) to join its team! The position is on a permanent (CDI), full-time (40hrs/week) basis. Deadline to apply is 22 March 2023, 12:00 CET (noon).
The 2022 Science for Society Prize, an initiative of the Science for Society Foundation, under the aegis of Fondation de Luxembourg and with support from the FNR, has been awarded to the Research Luxembourg COVID-19 Task Force, represented by Prof. Paul Wilmes from the University of Luxembourg.
The FNR is pleased to invite you to an informative webinar on 31 March 2023, about policy updates concerning Open Access for publications.
Choosing the path of science and research can have many trajectories. To show a glimpse of what different science journeys can look like and inspire young girls to follow their passion for science, Research Luxembourg team players and the Ministry of Equality present season 2 of the series Women & Girls in Science: Meet Dimitra Anastasiou from LIST and learn about her love of combining languages and computer science, and the challenge of a relationship when both parties work in research.
Meet Sallam Abualhaija who comes “from a distant land where coffee aroma mingles with sand” and learn about her journey fighting social prejudice, stereotypes on her path to becoming a research scientist in artificial intelligence at the SnT at the University of Luxembourg.
Meet empirical economist Cindy Lopes Bento, who balances two jobs in two countries – one at FNR as Head of Science of Science, and at KU Leuven as Professor – with family life.
Meet Inma Peral Alonso and learn about her journey from being a researcher in physics to research facilitator, career and life coach at the University of Luxembourg.
Friday 31 March 2023 14:00 CET (project outline)
Friday 14 July 2023 14:00 CET (invited full proposals)