University of Luxembourg

University of Luxembourg

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Location: Esch-sur-Alzette - Luxembourg
2 Av. de l’Universite 4365, 4365 Esch-Belval Esch-sur-Alzette


SustainLux - a new platform to connect sustainability initiatives

Environment - Mar 27

The University of Luxembourg and partner institutions today proudly presented SustainLux, a new online platform dedicated to sustainability. Showcasing a broad range of initiatives and offering diverse functions, the website has the potential to inspire action for sustainability and to inform a wide public on essential sustainability issues.

Environment - Mar 21

A new perspective of sustainable architecture

Capitalist modernity, with its emphasis on innovation, growth, and progress, its economic system based on consumerism and profligacy, has led to a ruthless exploitation of humans and nature.

Innovation - Mar 12

GoldenMe: the start-up connecting the older generation

Who says technology can't be accessible to everyone? GoldenMe , a start-up founded in 2018 by Mara Kroth and Johannes Heuschkel, is on a mission to break the digital divide.

Multiple genders, one brain?

For years, we've been told that women and men have fundamentally different brains, leading to distinct behaviours and outcomes. Today, research challenges this notion.

Campus - Feb 12

Committed to a path towards diversity and equal opportunities

A young institution at 20 years, the University is working to foster an environment which not only attracts talented female researchers, but also offers them reasons to stay and develop their full academic potential here.

Economics - Feb 9

Never alone with WeConnect  

At 22 years old, they're already wearing two hats: students and entrepreneurs. In May 2023, Clémentine Offner and Ivo Silva founded WeConnect , a societal impact company that puts students looking for accommodation in touch with private individuals willing to host them in their homes.

ESA visits the University

The University's space research ecosystem welcomed Prof. Carole Mundell, Scientific Director of the European Space Agency (ESA), on Thursday 18 January.

Campus - Dec 19, 2023

Interview with Emmanuel Tschitschmann

Can you introduce yourself for our readers who don't know you?. My name is Emmanuel Tschitschmann, I'm an archivist by profession and a historian by training, currently working as a service provider for the University.

Campus - Mar 16

Come in, it’s open!

"Bienvenue, Welcome!" At the University of Luxembourg's Open Day, languages and cultures come together to immerse visitors in a melting pot of culture and knowledge.

Physics - Mar 6

’I see myself as the captain of a boat embarking on uncharted territory’

In the sixth and final video of the "Women in Science 2024" campaign, Aurélia Chenu brings up her fascination for the world of quantum physics, her inspirations and how she perceives her roles as professor, team leader and mother.

Campus - Feb 29

Uni professors trained in the challenges of AI

ChatGPT, Copilot or Gemini: AI tools designed to design and enhance written reports are becoming increasingly popular with students. But how can teachers assess this type of production?

Environment - Feb 11

Working towards an inclusive research landscape 

Driven by the shared goal of showcasing the diverse pathways of women in science within Luxembourg and inspiring young girls to follow their scientific passions, the institutions comprising Research Luxembourg have once ag

Campus - Feb 1

University launches new unique Master in Digital and Public History

Producing accessible, interactive, and engaging history . The new Master in Digital and Public History (MADiPH) at the University of Luxembourg is now open for applications for a first intake of students starting in September 2024.

Environment - Dec 19, 2023

Unmasking Greenwashing: The 6 Sins of Deceptive Sustainability Marketing

Environmental concerns have gained significant attention, leading various entities to adopt a "green" label in their communications to attract conscientious consumers.

Social Sciences - Nov 25, 2023

Empowering voices, breaking chains: the global pursuit to end violence against women

Violence against women is a pervasive and deeply rooted issue that knows no geographical, cultural, or socioeconomic boundaries. Professor Skerdi Zanaj , Full Professor of Economics and our Gender Equality Officer, explains what is being done to address this issue.