FNR funds Luxembourg Parkinson’s Study with an additional 6 million euros

In spring 2015, the National Centre for Excellence in Research on Parkinson’s Disease (NCER-PD) was created as the very first inter-institutional research programme of its kind in Luxembourg. It represents a joint effort between five partners that unite their complementary expertise for Parkinson’s disease (PD). The Luxembourg National Research Fund (FNR) has committed 8.3 million euros to this collaborative research programme for the past four years. At the end of this first funding period, the programme has been evaluated with outstanding scores by an international jury of experts. This paved the way for its second phase until May 2023, funded with an additional 6 MEUR.


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Master, PhD and Postdocs – apply now to attend the 2020 Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting!

The FNR is pleased to announce the Call for talented young researchers to participate as Luxembourg delegates at the 70th edition of the renowned Nobel Laureate Meeting in Lindau, Germany. The meeting takes place from 28 June –3 July 2020 and is dedicated to Chemistry, Physics and Physiology/ Medicine, with a particular focus on interdisciplinarity. Deadline to apply is Tuesday, 1 October 2019.


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Launch of 2019 KITS Call

The FNR is pleased to announce the opening of the 2019 KITS Call. Deadline is Friday, 27 September 2019,14:00 CET.


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From lab to startup: LuxAI and QTrobot – a robot to help children with autism

Luxembourg start-up LuxAI, with their socially assistive robot QT, has been making waves on an international level since it was created. The FNR has supported the project from its inception to the development of a prototype, helping bridge the gap between lab and commercialisation. We speak to LuxAI founders Dr Pouyan Ziafati and Dr Aida Nazarikhorram about the LuxAI journey so far; how QTrobot came to be and what is still in store.


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From science to innovation: Luxembourg City in the age of sustainability

The first days of September 2017 were full of excitement for Dr Enrico Benetto. The 8th Life Cycle Management Conference he had brought to Luxembourg City was an enormous success. More than 700 participants from 46 countries had accepted his invitation to discuss sustainability. Prominent keynote speakers like the Swiss adventurer Bertrand Piccard and the founder of Global Footprint Mathis Wackernagel inspired the audience. The most emotional moment for Benetto came quite unexpectedly when Grand Duke Henri of Luxembourg graced the hall of the European Convention Center Luxembourg (ECCL) to attend the closing event.


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Using data from space to improve maritime surveillance

Splitting her time between the Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST) and company LuxSpace as part of an Industrial Fellowship, Postdoc Ramona Pelich uses data from earth observation satellites to improve maritime surveillance and flood hazard monitoring.


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When computers start understanding misunderstandings

Language is a means of communication, a tool, a toy. Language is objective, dreamy, misleading. Language is as diverse as the people who speak it. And now, in the middle of the digital revolution, we expect machines to be able to understand texts, capture their content and comprehend the inner logic. To enable this, it is first necessary to convert language in all its variability into a formal framework which can be processed by algorithms. A challenging task for computer scientists and logicians. And just the right task for Prof. Leon van der Torre and Prof. Beishui Liao.


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JUMP

Deadlines:
Friday 27 September 2019 14:00 CET

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BRIDGES

Deadlines:
Friday 11 October 2019 14:00 CET

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INDUSTRIAL FELLOWSHIPS

Deadlines:
Friday 11 October 2019 14:00 CET

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PSP-FLAGSHIP

Deadlines:
Friday 20 September 2019 14:00 CET

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