PayPal-FNR PEARL Chair Professor Gilbert Fridgen and research group explore the future of financial services in a data driven environment, considering a broad range of angles, from usability, onboarding and operational efficiency to regulatory supervision. From self driving cars to space research, the research has wide relevance for the future.
Mäin Element: Gilbert Fridgen
Mäin Element is a podcast collaboration between the FNR and Lëtzebuerger Journal. Listen to the latest episode featuring PayPal-FNR PEARL…
Introducing FNR PEARL Chairs: Historical research in the digital age – Sean Takats
Professor Takats’ PEARL project aims to transform historical research practises to meet the demands of the digital age and establish…
Spotlight on Young Researchers: Empowering critical digital humanities practice
Digitisation has had a significant impact on humanities research: not only has it changed how many scholars conduct their research,…
Understanding worldwide socio-economic inequalities makes our society stronger
Much like a physician, Prof. Louis Chauvel from the University of Luxembourg identifies and compares symptoms, signs and co-morbidities of…
It is not only money that is distributed unequally
PEARL grantee Prof. Conchita D’Ambrosio has developed new methods to paint a detailed picture of social inequality.
How socioeconomic inequality threatens social democracy
In the scope of the FNR PEARL programme, sought-after sociology Professor Louis Chauvel and his team analyse large-scale inequalities over…