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www.uni.lu
RAPPORT DACTIVITS
ANNUAL REPORT
JAHRESBERICHT
1 LE MOT DU RECTEUR
LE MOT DU RECTEUR
There are years and years; this one has been
exceptional on several counts. First and foremost
the University has continued working intensely on
the next four-year plan (2014-2017). We think that
the nal proposal approved on November 16 by the
Board, after many discussions and iterations at all
levels, is a very good one, and not only for the
University but also for the country, and we hope it
will be assumed by the contract which the University
will sign with the Minister in early 2014.
Next came the public presentation of the second
external evaluation of the University, commissioned
by our Ministry. In a nutshell: excellent research, very
good teaching, and reasonable management.
No other ranking would have made us happier than
this one. The criticisms and recommendations have
been taken on board and are - where possible -
either implemented already, or included in the next
four-year plan.
In March the process of seeking the next President
was launched by the Board. He or she will take over
on January 2015. The process is ongoing.
Assuring that the rst Belval buildings are ready for
receiving the University as soon as possible and in
the best possible conditions has been another of
our time and energy consuming challenges.
Circumstances, to which one had to add a political
crisis and the ensuing early elections of the
Parliament, have made it impossible to prepare and
launch all the necessary calls for tender for the time
being. Public procurement, with all its checks and
balances, takes time. There is nobody, no institution,
which regrets more than the University that moving
to Belval had to be postponed to 2015. We will do
everything which is in our hands - and a bit more -
to ensure that 50% of the University is in Belval by
summer 2015.
We celebrated our 10
th
anniversary in autumn.
The central event on October 12
th
, in presence of the
Head of State and His spouse, as well as Beethovens
9
th
symphony sung by 7 university and other choirs,
were among the highlights. The book published for
the occasion, Universit du Luxembourg,
2003-2013, gives an overview of the history, the
past, the foundations, the prole, the achievements,
the present and the challenges of the future.
It starts with these words,
En 2013, lUniversit du Luxembourg fte ses dix ans.
Elle est certes jeune, mais elle a dj une histoire
relater :
Celle dun contexte de fondation international
et national mouvement,
Celle dun dveloppement impressionnant,
Celle dune recherche constante de la qualit.
Ce livre veut retracer cette histoire,
travers des regards internes et externes :
Un regard sur la fondation de lUniversit
au Luxembourg,
Sur ses ralisations et ses spcicits,
Sur ses perspectives davenir enn.
Il est ddi toutes celles et tous ceux,
Membres, tudiants et partenaires de lUniversit,
Qui ont contribu au succs de celle-ci
En guise de remerciements
2 LE MOT DU RECTEUR
Ein anderes wichtiges strategisches Thema, nicht
nur fr die Universitt, sondern fr das ganze Land,
ist das Forschungs- und Innovationsprogramm der
Europischen Kommission, Horizon 2020, welches in
den nchsten sieben Jahren richtungsweisend die
Exzellenz nanzieren soll. Dieses Programm wird
mehr darauf achten, im Vergleich zum Vorgnger,
Framework Programme 7, dass es ein return on
investment fr die Gesellschaft gibt, vor allem in
Form von Innovationen, die dann zu
Firmengrndungen fhren und so auch dazu
beitragen, neue Arbeitspltze zu schaffen.
Horizon 2020 verfgt ber 80 Milliarden Euro, davon
mssten mindestens 80 Millionen nach Luxemburg
kommen, aber mit weniger als 120 Millionen sollten
wir nicht zufrieden sein. Wenn davon ein Drittel an
die Universitt geht, dann entspricht das in der
Zeitspanne des nchsten Vierjahresplans, 2014-2017,
ungefhr 23 Millionen. Das wiederum entspricht
genau dem, was unter Key performance indicators
in unserem Vierjahresplanvorschlag zu nden ist:
sechs Millionen im Jahr 2017.
Ech wll elo och eppes iwwer all di interessant
Virschli soen, di eis dacks proposiert ginn. Fir
discht, Merci! Mee, mir knnen net alles machen
an ee vu menge mi wichtege Rollen ass, dStrategie
vum Vierjoeresplang mzesetzen, an dat heescht
och net ze vill machen ze wllen, well mir dat net
knne packen, wa mir deen nidege Qualititsniveau
wllen erreechen. Mir mussen un eisem Prol
schaffen, well mi wi zwou oder dri Disziplinen, wou
mir an fofzng oder zwanzeg Joer weltwit eppes
sinn, ass net realistesch, an dat ass ewell scho ganz
ambitiis. Fir dohinner ze kommen, ass et nideg,
mmer di bescht Leit op eis Universitit unzezien
a mir mengen, datt mir domat um richtege Wee sinn.
De Pablo Picasso huet eemol ee ganz otte Saz
gesot: Je ne cherche pas, je trouve. Dat knnen
nmmen dGenien. Mir solle fuerschen, dat ass an
der Rei, mee mir sollen och fannen! Dat wnschen
ech eise Fuerscher.
Rolf Tarrach
4 LE CONSEIL DE GOUVERNANCE
5 LE CONSEIL DE GOUVERNANCE
RAPPORT ANNUEL 2013
LE CONSEIL DE GOUVERNANCE P. 7
LQUIPE RECTORALE P. 13
LES ORGANES UNIVERSITAIRES P. 25
FACULT DES SCIENCES, DE LA TECHNOLOGIE
ET DE LA COMMUNICATION P. 41
FACULT DE DROIT, DCONOMIE ET DE FINANCE P. 59
FACULT DES LETTRES, DES SCIENCES HUMAINES, DES ARTS
ET DES SCIENCES DE LDUCATION P. 73
LES CENTRES INTERDISCIPLINAIRES : SNT, LCSB P. 87
LE CORPS ACADMIQUE P. 95
LES SERVICES P. 101
LE BILAN FINANCIER P. 109
ACTIVITY REPORT RESEARCH P. 115
LES RESSOURCES HUMAINES P. 119
LES STATISTIQUES TUDIANTS P. 123
LISTE DES FORMATIONS ANNE ACADMIQUE 2013 2014 P. 133
FACTS AND FIGURES P. 141
LE CONSEIL
DE GOUVERNANCE
8 LE CONSEIL DE GOUVERNANCE
9 LE CONSEIL DE GOUVERNANCE
I. COMPOSITION
Les membres
JAEGER, Marc Prsident du Conseil de gouvernance
Prsident du Tribunal de lUnion europenne
GOEDERT, Michel Head of Neurobiology Division, Medical Research Council Laboratory of
Molecular Biology, Cambridge, UK
HOFFMANN, Grard Prsident du conseil dadministration et administrateur
dlgu Telindus Belgacom ICT
Administrateur - Tango
QUNET, Maurice Conseiller dEtat en service extraordinaire
Recteur de lAcadmie, Chancelier des universits de Paris
RIEBEN, Laurence Ancienne vice rectrice de lUniversit de Genve
RUPPERT, Charles Ancien dirigeant dentreprises
Vice-prsident Honoraire du Conseil dEtat
ZAVRTANIK, Danilo Recteur de lUniversit de Nova Gorica, Slovnie
Les participants
avec voix
consultative
Rolf Tarrach Recteur Universit de Luxembourg
Germain Dondelinger Commissaire de gouvernement
Jrg Gerkrath Reprsentant du corps enseignant
Gilberto Fernandes Cardoso Reprsentant des tudiants ( partir du 26 janvier 2013)
Le secrtaire
Guy Poos (jusquau 30/04/2013) Secrtaire du Conseil de Gouvernance
Massimo Malvetti ( partir du 01/05/2013) Secrtaire du Conseil de gouvernance
Les invits
du Conseil de
Gouvernance
au cours de
lanne 2013
Le samedi 16 mars 2013, le Conseil de gouvernance a reu Madame Tove Bull, Monsieur Pall Sklason,
Monsieur Norman Sharp et Monsieur Steven Van Luchene du Comit dvaluation Externe pour le deuxime
rapport dvaluation externe de lUniversit. Lors de cette mme sance, il a aussi reu le vice-recteur
recherche Monsieur Ludwig Neyses pour faire une prsentation sur la Mdecine .
Le samedi 29 juin 2013, le Conseil de gouvernance a reu Monsieur Ludwig Neyses vice-recteur recherche pour
prsenter une tude de faisabilit sur la possible cration dune cole de mdecine lUniversit du
Luxembourg et Monsieur Alfred Funk directeur administratif pour prsenter le budget 2014.
Le samedi 5 octobre 2013, le Conseil de gouvernance a reu Monsieur Christian Wolff, directeur de la
Luxembourg School of Finance (LSF) au sujet des conclusions du deuxime rapport dvaluation externe
sur la Luxembourg School of Finance .
Le samedi 16 novembre 2013, le Conseil de gouvernance a reu Monsieur Alfred Funk directeur administratif
pour prsenter le futur projet dEnterprise Resource Planning destin rendre la gestion nancire de
lUniversit plus transparente et pour faire un tat des lieux sur lavancement des travaux Belval.
En cette mme sance, il a reu Monsieur Rudi Balling au sujet dun rapport des activits qui ont t menes
au cours de son mandat comme directeur du Centre interdisciplinaire Luxembourg Centre for Systems
Biomedicine en vue de la reconduction de celui-ci.
Lors de sa sance du 14 dcembre 2013, le Conseil de gouvernance a interview 3 candidats au poste de
recteur de lUniversit du Luxembourg.
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II. RUNIONS
III. PRINCIPALES DCISIONS
En 2013, le Conseil de Gouvernance sest runi 6 fois sous la prsidence de Monsieur Marc Jaeger.
Le Conseil de Gouvernance sest runi les 26 janvier, 16 mars, 29 juin, 5 octobre, 16 novembre, 14 dcembre.
Lors de sa runion du 29 juin 2013, le Conseil de Gouvernance a approuv la demande de budget 2014 de
lUniversit ltat pour un montant total de 144,9 mio .

Le Conseil de Gouvernance a nomm MM. Stphane Bordas (par appel, Andreas Fickers, Jan Lagerwall, Ludwig
Neyses (par appel) au rang de professeur.

Le Conseil de Gouvernance a nomm professeurs tittre honoraire MM. Burkhard Hess, Jean Hilger et Jens
Kreisel, ainsi que professeurs invits MM. John Bessant, Jaan Valsiner et Bernhard Ebbinghaus.

Au cours de lanne 2013, le Conseil de Gouvernance a attribu 4 congs scientiques diffrents professeurs
des trois facults. Un professeur de la Facult des Lettres, des Sciences Humaines, des Arts, et des Sciences
de lducation a reu le titre de professeur mrite.
partenariats avec lUniversit Fdrale de Kazan, lUniversit dEtat de Tambov, lUniversit dEtat
Lomonossow de Moscou, lUniversit dInnsbruck, lUniversit de Vienne, lUniversit de technologie (TU) de
Vienne, lUniversit Charles de Prague, lUniversit Fdrale de Bahia (Brsil)
cration de la Chaire en Entrepreneuriat Social et Management Social de la Ville dEsch-sur-Alzette,
cration de la Chair in Family Business Management de la Ville de Luxembourg ;
convention cadre de coopration avec lInstitut Universitaire International Luxembourg (IUIL) ;
cration de la Fondation de lUniversit du Luxembourg .
Le Comit dvaluation Externe a remis au Conseil de gouvernance, en sa sance du 16 mars 2013, son
deuxime rapport concernant ses recommandations pour une optimisation du fonctionnement de lUniversit
du Luxembourg.
Budget :
Congs scientiques
et attribution du
titre de professeur
mrite :
Nominations de
professeurs :
Nominations de
professeurs titre
honoraire et
professeurs invits :
Au cours de
lanne 2013,
le Conseil de
Gouvernance
a approuv les
conventions
suivantes :
2
me
Rapport
dvaluation Externe
de lUniversit du
Luxembourg
11 LE CONSEIL DE GOUVERNANCE
Attribution de la
Mdaille lUniversit
du Luxembourg
Plan quadriennal
2014 2017
Projets de recherche
internes 2013
Contrat dtablis-
sement Pluriannuel
entre lEtat et lUni-
versit du Luxem-
bourg 2010-2013
Renouvellement
de Nominations:
Centres
Interdisciplinaires
LCSB et SnT
Le Conseil de gouvernance, en sa sance du 16 novembre 2013, a adopt la version dnitive du Plan
quadriennal 2014 2017.
En sa sance du 16 novembre 2013, le Conseil de Gouvernance a approuv la liste des projets internes de
recherche nancs partir de 2014 avec un nancement global de 4.062.000 pour la priode 2014 - 2017.
En sa sance du 14 dcembre 2013, le Conseil de gouvernance a pris connaissance du rapport sur lexcution
par lUniversit du contrat dtablissement pluriannuel entre lEtat et elle-mme pour la priode 2010-2013.
En sa sance du 26 janvier 2013, le Conseil de Gouvernance a propos au Gouvernement en Conseil de
renouveler la nomination de Bjrn Ottersten au poste de directeur du Centre interdisciplinaire Security and
Trust (SnT) pour un nouveau mandat de 5 ans.
En sa sance du 14 dcembre 2013, le Conseil de Gouvernance a propos au Gouvernement en Conseil de
renouveler la nomination de Rudi Balling au poste de directeur du Centre interdisciplinaire Luxembourg
Centre for Systems Biomedicine (LCSB) pour un nouveau mandat de 5 ans.
En sa sance du 26 janvier 2013, le Conseil de Gouvernance a approuv :
le Master of Science in Engineering, Sustainable Product Creation
le Master of Science in Civil Engineering, Megastructure Engineering with Sustainable Resources
le Certicat Facult dt de Droit Compar
le Master in Psychotherapy
le Zertikat fr Pdagogik rform
En sa sance du 14 dcembre 2013, le Conseil de Gouvernance a approuv :
la rforme du Bachelor en Droit
le Master in Learning and Development in Multilingual and Multicultural Contexts
Le Conseil de Gouvernance, en sa sance du 16 mars 2013, a approuv lattribution de la Mdaille de
lUniversit du Luxembourg Madame Erna Hennicot-Schoepges pour son mrite lors de la cration de
lUniversit.
LQUIPE RECTORALE
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RAPPORT ANNUEL DU RECTEUR
Ci-dessous une slection de quelques-uns des faits
importants ayant marqu lanne coule :
1. La 6th IEEE International Conference on Software
Testing, Verication and Validation a eu lieu sous
la prsidence du professeur Yves Le Traon.
2. La European Union Science Olympiad a t
organise au Luxembourg en collaboration avec
lUniversit. Le Premier Ministre Monsieur
Jean-Claude Juncker a remis la mdaille dor et
a cltur lacte.
3. La Vice-prsidente de la Commission
Europenne, Madame Viviane Reding, a parl et
dialogu avec les tudiants sur lEurope, un
chantier passionnant .
4. La bourgmestre de la ville dEsch-sur-Alzette,
Madame Lydia Mutsch, a annonc la dotation
dune Chaire en Entrepreneuriat Social et
Management Social.
5. Le professeur Ludwig Neyses, provenant de la
University of Manchester, a t nomm
Vice-recteur en charge de la recherche, aprs la
dcision du professeur Madame Lucinne
Blessing de ne pas briguer un deuxime mandat.
6. Le professeur Massimo Malvetti a t nomm au
poste de secrtaire du Conseil de Gouvernance
aprs la dcision de Monsieur Guy Poos de ne
pas continuer aprs presque 10 ans dactivit.
7. Le professeur Georg Mein a t nomm doyen de
la facult des Lettres, des Sciences humaines,
des Arts et des Sciences de lducation, aprs la
dcision du Professeur Michel Margue de ne pas
briguer un deuxime mandat.
8. LUniversit a particip activement la
crmonie inaugurale du Max Planck Institute
Luxembourg for International, European and
Regulatory Procedural Law qui a eu lieu en
prsence du Prsident de la Max Planck
Gesellschaft , le professeur Peter Gruss, et de
la Ministre Madame Martine Hansen.
9. Le professeur Madame Lucinne Blessing a reu
un doctorat honoris causa de lUniversit de
Mlardalen, Sude.
10. La Luxembourg School of Finance a ft ses
10 ans dexistence. La confrence de
lanniversaire a t donne par le Prix Nobel en
Economie, le professeur Finn Kydland.
11. Google a attribu une prime record au chercheur
du Centre Interdisciplinaire SnT Ralf-Philipp
Weinmann pour avoir dcel trois bogues dans le
navigateur de Google.
12. Lancien prsident du Conseil de Gouvernance de
lUniversit, Monsieur Raymond Kirsch, est
dcd. Il a gouvern lUniversit de faon
souveraine, particulirement dans les temps
difciles aprs le dcs du premier Recteur, le
professeur Franois Tavenas.
13. Une quipe sous la direction du Dr. Karsten Hiller
du Centre Interdisciplinaire LCSB dcouvre un
antibiotique endogne dans le cerveau.
14. Lancien doctorant du Dr. Phil Dale et du
professeur Madame Susanne Siebentritt, le
Dr. Dominik Berg, a reu le prix scientique
UMICORE pour sa thse dans le domaine des
cellules photovoltaques en couches minces.
15. Lors de la crmonie ATTRACTing Future
Research Leaders to Luxembourg organise par
le Fonds National de la Recherche tous les
8 chercheurs ATTRACT honors taient de
lUniversit. Le Prix Nobel, le professeur Jules
Hoffmann a particip une table ronde avec
quelques chercheurs ATTRACT.
16. La Fondation de lUniversit, Luxembourg
University Foundation a t cre dans le
primtre de la Fondation de Luxembourg.
Son but est de faciliter la leve de fonds.
17. La Prsidente des Amis de lUniversit, Madame
Erna Hennicot-Schoepges, a remis le Prix de la
meilleure thse de lUniversit du Luxembourg ,
nanc par la Compagnie de Banque Prive
Quilvest, au Dr. Gabrijela Reljic.
18. La 7
me
Universit dt LEONARDO a t
organise autour du sujet Acclration .
19. Lors de la rentre acadmique et de la crmonie de
remise de diplmes de docteur le Premier Ministre,
Monsieur Jean-Claude Juncker, a prononc une
confrence Redonner un sens lavenir .
20. Lors de cette mme crmonie Madame Erna
Hennicot-Schopges a reu la premire mdaille
de lUniversit pour son mrite lors de la cration
de lUniversit.
21. Dans le cadre du Programme Gouvernance
Europenne et en collaboration avec la Chambre
des dputs plusieurs confrences ont eu lieu
sous la coordination du Dr. Philippe Poirier.
22. En prsence de LL.AA.RR. le Grand-Duc Henri et
la Grande-Duchesse Maria Teresa, le key-note
speech de la crmonie des dix ans de
lUniversit a t donn par le Directeur Gnral
de la Fondation Nobel, le Dr. Lars Heikensten. Il a
t suivi par une table ronde.
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23. Encore dans le cadre du dixime anniversaire de
lUniversit la 9
me
symphonie de Beethoven a t
joue par lAcademy Chamber Orchestra et
chante par 6 churs universitaires europens
ainsi que le chur du Conservatoire.
24. Lors dune confrence de presse, lUniversit
a prsent les rsultats dun sondage
reprsentatif de linstitut TNS-Ilres men auprs
de mille citoyens de plus de 15 ans, montrant
quune crasante majorit des rsidents
luxembourgeois estime que lUniversit du
Luxembourg est une bonne chose pour le pays
et pour son avenir.
25. Et encore la mme occasion du
10
me
anniversaire les premires quatre
confrences de la srie de dix, (uni.lu)
10
,
ont t tenues.
26. Lancienne doctorante de lUniversit,
Dr. Joanna Tarrs a reu Munich un prix de
lOfce europen des brevets dans la catgorie
energie pour son travail de thse effectu
sous la direction du professeur Stefan Maas.
27. La remise des diplmes de Master a t clbre
en prsence du Chief Scientic Adviser to
President Barroso, le professeur Anne Glover, qui
y a tenu un discours ofciel.
28. Le Dr. Conchita dAmbrosio a t nomme
professeur PEARL dans le cadre du programme
dirig par le professeur Louis Chauvel.
29. La deuxime valuation externe, telle que prvue
par la loi portant cration de lUniversit, a t
prsente en public par le Ministre Monsieur
Franois Biltgen et le prsident du comit
dvaluation le professeur Pll Sklason, avec ses
conclusions et recommandations.
30. Le chercheur du Centre Interdisciplinaire LCSB, le
Dr. Enrico Glaab et son quipe, ont gagn le
concours mondial Neurodiscovery Challenge de la
fondation Geoffrey Beene contre une quipe de
Harvard.
31. Au laboratoire de gophysique, dans la mine de
Walferdange, a eu lieu la comparaison
internationale de gravimtres absolus, qui
permettent de mesurer lacclration
gravitationnelle.
32. Le premier ERC-grantee, le professeur Stphane
Bordas, a rejoint lUniversit.
Sur un plan plus personnel, mais toujours en ma
qualit de recteur de lUniversit du Luxembourg,
jai donn quelques confrences et jai particip
plusieurs dbats, crmonies et tables rondes sur
des sujets acadmiques et socitaux au Luxembourg
et ltranger. A cause de quelques soucis de sant
mon rythme de travail a d sadapter
temporairement au gr des circonstances.
Jai regrett particulirement ne pas avoir pu donner
suite linvitation du Search committee pour la
dsignation du prochain prsident du European
Research Council.
Voici une slection de ces activits.
Jai particip comme membre du Comit
dorganisation et prospective de lUniversit Pierre et
Marie Curie/Sorbonne Universit une runion
statutaire Paris. Jai particip activement la
confrence et la runion du Falling Walls
Circle 2013 Berlin o le sujet Future
breakthroughs in science and society ont t
dbattu. Jai parl dans le cadre du cycle
Luxembourg : where we came from ; where we are ;
where lies our possible future ? organis par la
Sacred Heart University sur The signicance of the
University for Luxembourgs society. Jai particip
quelques runions statutaires de la European
University Association.
Mais quen est-il des perspectives et des grands
dossiers de lUniversit du Luxembourg pour
lanne 2014 ? Le dveloppement du projet Cit des
sciences Belval, men par le Fonds Belval, exige,
chaque anne, un engagement croissant de la part de
lUniversit. Cela ira en sintensiant au cours de
cette nouvelle anne et nous attendons avec
impatience notre dmnagement sur ce nouveau
site, qui aura lieu en 2015. Comme toujours, et cela
est la clef de vote de notre stratgie, un accent fort
sera mis sur le recrutement de personnes hautement
qualies. Cette tche, ajoute notre mission
dassurer et damliorer la qualit de notre
enseignement, de notre recherche, de nos services et
de notre administration, doivent et devront toujours
tre notre cheville ouvrire. En outre, et si la loi
soumise par notre Ministre de tutelle est approuve,
une priode intense de travail dadaptation la
nouvelle lgislation commencera. Le danger classique
dune prolifration incontrle de commissions, de
comits et de conseils devra tre esquiv sans pour
autant limiter la participation de tous cette tche si
importante pour lavenir de lUniversit. Enn, le
moratoire dans lembauche, consquence de la
situation budgtaire due aux lections anticipes,
devra tre lev le plus tt possible ; lUniversit est
trop jeune et risque de sortir endommage dune
priode trop longue de stagnation.
Je souhaiterais conclure ce rapport par quelques
mots de remerciement adresss non seulement aux
tudiants ayant choisi notre universit pour y
effectuer en tout ou en partie leur cursus
universitaire mais aussi tout le personnel de notre
institution pour son effort constant et cratif, lequel
prote trs favorablement notre chre Universit.
Rolf Tarrach
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RAPPORT ANNUEL DU VICE-RECTEUR ORGANISATION
ET RELATIONS INTERNATIONALES
Concernant Belval, 2013 a t une anne de
transition et dincertitudes. Nanmoins, les
discussions avec le Fonds Belval ont permis de
naliser les attributions des locaux de la Maison du
Savoir affects lUniversit en fonction des
diffrents services et structures. En outre, les plans
approuvs par lUL de la Maison du Nombre ont t
transmis au Fonds Belval, et permettront cette
maison daccueillir terme les chercheurs de lUnit
de recherche en mathmatiques (RUES), en
informatique (CSC), et une partie des chercheurs du
centre interdisciplinaire SnT, et les laboratoires lis.
Des incertitudes de diffrentes natures nont pu tre
toutes leves en 2013. La plus importante est sans
conteste lie la mise disposition des fonds pour
les appels doffres informatiques. Nanmoins,
lUniversit a prpar en 2013 tout un ensemble de
tels appels doffres. La nalisation soit de leur
publication, soit de leur attribution est maintenant
essentiellement une question de dlai, tributaire de
cette mise disposition budgtaire, mais leur
prparation a eu lieu pour lessentiel en 2013. En
outre, le btiment Technoconsult a lui aussi
ncessit un travail prparatoire concernant un
appel doffres informatique ddi, qui a t nalis
en 2013. Les activits du SIU sont traites ailleurs
dans ce document, mais il est vident que les appels
doffres ci-dessus ont ncessit des efforts
importants de la part de ce service.
Si 126 personnes faisaient usage n 2012 des
facilits HPC (rparties sur le site du Kirchberg et sur
Belval), ce sont 245 personnes qui y avaient recours
n 2013. Cela reprsente une croissance denviron
100 % par rapport 2012. En termes techniques, la
situation n 2013 / dbut 2014 du HPC lUniversit
est de 387 nuds, 4112 cores (43, 11 TFLOPS) et
1420 TB de stockage partag (galement une
croissance denviron 100 % en comparaison de la
situation n 2012). Ceci place lUniversit dans un
rang europen convenable. Les utilisateurs du HPC
ont volu en intgrant non seulement des membres
de CSC, mais aussi de PhysMRU, RUES, SnT et de
manire de plus en plus signicative du LCSB.
Des conventions concernant des bourses pour des
tudiants en Master provenant de la Pologne
(3 bourses) et de la Russie (3 bourses) ont t
signes avec le Ministre de la Culture.
Trois professeurs des Etats-Unis (University of
Hawaii, Kansas state University et Lakeland College)
ont effectu des sjours lUniversit dans le cadre
du programme Fulbright.
Une semaine de formation a t organise en
collaboration avec les universits membres du
rseau UniGR pour des membres du personnel dune
vingtaine duniversits roumaines et bulgares. Neuf
des meilleurs tudiants de lUniversit ont t
rcompenss par une cole dt lUniversit
Sophia au Japon. LUniversit a rejoint deux projets
Erasmus Mundus (EMAIL III et IBRASIL), des
programmes dchanges avec des universits
israliennes respectivement brsiliennes.
Les 5 premiers boursiers dAfrique du Nord sont
arrivs au Luxembourg dans le cadre du projet
Erasmus Mundus Fatima Al Fihri, dont lUniversit est
membre depuis 2012. Une journe indonsienne a t
organise en coopration avec lAmbassade
dIndonsie Bruxelles.
Plusieurs nouvelles conventions ont t signes avec
des universits trangres, notamment avec
lUniversit Charles de Prague, lUniversit de Vienne,
lUniversit technique (TU) de Vienne, lUniversit
dInnsbruck et lUniversit de Tambov en Russie.
Un sminaire en entrepreneuriat runissant des
tudiants de lUniversit de Keio au Japon et de
lUniversit du Luxembourg a t organis au
Luxembourg en collaboration avec la Chambre de
Commerce.
Franck Leprvost
18 LQUIPE RECTORALE
RAPPORT ANNUEL DU VICE-RECTEUR LA RECHERCHE
Our goal is to become an internationally leading
small but smart research and innovation University
within a generation. In this regard, the Vice-President
for Research (VPR) has three missions:
Firstly, to inform and prepare the Universitys
research and innovation strategy.
Secondly, to support the researchers so as to help
them maximise their research and innovation.
Thirdly, to help maximise the Universitys role on the
international research and innovation scene.
In 2013, my appointment brought about both
continuity building on the successful work of my
predecessor, Prof. Lucinne Blessing, as well as
change.
1. Strategy. The major change has been the
transition from a period of enormous (up to 25%)
annual growth of this young University to a more
sustained phase. We are still well nanced compared
to most other similar institutions in the world, but
the growing number of excellent researchers
appointed in recent years and reductions in the
speed of (budget) growth have inevitably lead to
increased competition for funding.
Therefore, we had to focus our strategy even more
on increasing the quality of the output by our extant
researchers and on appointing fewer new
researchers of the highest international calibre.
In terms of increasing the quality of internal
outputs our generous and globally almost unique
Internal Research Project scheme saw a record
number of applications of ever increasing quality. Its
external evaluations are now on a par with best
international practice; 15 of 56 applications could be
funded.
With regard to the overall quality of our external
grant applications, we have obtained a record
number of 161 external research projects totalling
over 30 million.
We had major successes with regard to the
appointment of leading researchers. For instance,
the University has been able to attract its rst ERC
(European Research Council) Starting Grant fellow
from abroad. The ERC fellowship scheme is amongst
the most prestigious in the world! We have also been
able to obtain 1 PEARL Chair, the most prestigious
award from the FNR.
2. Support. Our University has a unique system of
support for research. All grant applications are being
orchestrated by our highly qualied Research
Facilitators as well as the Research Service. In 2013,
we have restructured this system, increased its
efciency and added a number of essential elements
in terms of internal quality control. As a reection of
the growing number of our research staff, we have
also created a delegate (Charg de mission) of the
Vice-President for Research who is in charge of our
successful and growing scheme of doctoral schools.
This task has kindly been taken over by Prof.
Lucinne Blessing, the creator of these schools. We
aim towards including all PhD candidates in doctoral
schools in future.
3. International activities (see also report Vice-
President International Relations). In addition to
establishing a record number of international
collaborations, we have focussed on preparing the
University for HORIZON 2020, the new EU research
programme which has grown from about 50 to
80 billion Euros over 7 years.
One ultimate measure of output of a Universitys
research is the number of high-quality research
results. These are specied elsewhere in this report
(see Faculties and Centres), but sufce it to cite
a small number of gures. The number of publications
has increased to 2124 in 2013. 7 patents were led.
Out of a total of 29 patents and applications,
2 licenses have been granted.
What will the future bring? A number of elements will
likely determine our near- and medium-term research
future. Firstly, our gradual move to Belval - this should
primarily be seen as an academic project with vast
opportunities for new research (and teaching)
interactions and structures, not only just a move to
new buildings. Secondly, our research focus areas
(see 4-year plan http://wwwen.uni.lu/university/
downloads/ofcial_documents ) are well chosen for
instance, in HORIZON 2020 all our University focus
areas are also EU and global focuses! In a tougher
funding climate our efforts will have to focus on
international excellence as outlined above. Thirdly, we
will be a key player in the national effort to create an
even more lively scene of start-up companies in
Luxembourg with its unique opportunities.
Our future looks bright it is only up to us to
maximise our opportunities!
Ludwig Neyses
19 LQUIPE RECTORALE
RAPPORT ANNUEL DU VICE-RECTEUR ACADMIQUE
A la rentre 2013, lUniversit a une population
presque stable de 6400 tudiants, un chiffre
raisonnable dans le contexte de nos quipements
actuels. LUniversit continue accueillir ses
tudiants dans des programmes de formation
universitaires lis une extraordinaire mobilit ;
plus des deux-tiers de nos tudiants sont partis en
mobilit au-del de la Grande Rgion, et ils sont de
plus en plus nombreux partir trs loin, avec un
grand bagage de dcouvertes universitaires dailleurs.
Le nombre de doctorants a dpass le demi-millier,
cest un succs pour lUniversit et sa stratgie de
formation la recherche. Le suivi des doctorants
sest renforc, grce une meilleure documentation
de la progression dans le travail de recherche afin
dassurer une communication efficiente entre le
directeur de thse, le comit dencadrement de
thse et le doctorant, et de garantir ainsi le meilleur
succs au candidat pour son insertion dans une
entreprise ou une autre institution de recherche.
Campus Carrires a encore renforc son activit
aprs le lancement du portail de lemploi
destination des entreprises et des tudiants ;
cest un grand succs, les propositions de stages
y sont nombreuses ct doffres demploi de la
part de partenaires privs de premier plan.
Les premiers rsultats des tudes demployabilit
ont montr la ncessit de lacquisition de
comptences transversales pour les tudiants
candidats un emploi ou un stage afin de renforcer
leur insertion dans le monde du travail ;
les workshops et forums continuent tre proposs
aux tudiants, et les premires formations en
comptences transversales sont intgres aux
programmes dtudes. Les entreprises ont encore
montr leur intrt pour collaborer avec lUniversit,
cest une chance pour nos tudiants, et montre
lattractivit de nos programmes pour lconomie.
Dans le mme sens, les offres de formation continue
(formation tout au long de la vie) continuent
stoffer en collaboration avec des acteurs dj
prsents Luxembourg ou venant collaborer avec
lUniversit pour offrir ces programmes des
personnes souhaitant disposer de nouvelles
qualifications.
LUniversit dispose maintenant de plus de
550 logements tudiants et continue le
dveloppement de son offre avec des partenaires
publics et privs, surtout dans le sud du Luxembourg
o plusieurs rsidences ont ouvert en 2013.
Les communes du sud du Luxembourg continuent
tre actives dans ce domaine et accueillent avec
enthousiasme les rsidences tudiantes en
construction. Sur Belval, deux rsidences tudiantes
modernes, de plus de 340 logements en tout,
ouvriront en Septembre 2014 et en Septembre 2016.
Plus de quinze associations tudiantes se sont mises
en place grce laide du Bureau de la Vie Etudiante
qui est maintenant pleinement oprationnel, grce
ses membres dynamiques et pleinement impliqus
dans le dveloppement de la vie tudiante
luniversit et dans la socit. Les offres de Campus
Sport et Campus Art compltent dune autre faon
lengagement de nos tudiants.
Eric Tschirhart
20 LQUIPE RECTORALE
RAPPORT ANNUEL DU DIRECTEUR ADMINISTRATIF
Zwei Entwicklungslinien, die fr die Universitt von
zentraler Bedeutung sind und die auch die nchsten
Jahre noch dominieren werden, prgten auch das
Jahr 2013: Belval und die Einfhrung eines
ERP-Systems.
Doch zunchst soll an eine Ankndigung aus dem
letzten Bericht angeknpft werden. Die im vorigen
Jahr benannte Nachfolge an der Spitze des
Personalbereichs konnte realisiert werden. Es ist
gelungen eine gestandene und erfahrene Leiterin
zu etablieren, die sowohl die weitere
Professionalisierung der Abteilung selbst als auch
strategische HR-Themen/Projekte in der Universitt
mit ihrem Wissen um verschiedene Kulturen
vorantreiben kann.
2013 war zwar nicht das Jahr, in dem die Universitt
sich auf den Weg nach Belval begeben konnte, da die
bekannten Umstnde in der Politik den geplanten
Umzug (noch) nicht erlaubten. Dennoch war die
geleistete Arbeit nicht vergebens (umsonst schon
gar nicht!).
Wir haben eine Changefacilitatorin eingesetzt, damit
auch nominell deutlich wird, dass die mit einem
solchen Wechsel, verbundenen Sorgen und ngste
ernstgenommen werden; damit Informationen besser
ieen und damit man Belval langsam begreifen
kann. Mittlerweile gibt es auf dem Limpertsberg eine
Salle Belval mit dem Modell des Site.
Um die vielfltigen Arbeiten besser zu koordinieren
und um gegenber dem Fonds Belval einen
Ansprechpartner zu haben, der mglichst frei von
rein operativen Aufgaben ist, wurde ein
Projektmanager eingestellt.
2013 war aber tatschlich auch das Jahr, in dem wir
die Weichen fr ein ERP-System gestellt haben. Eine
groe ffentliche Ausschreibung wurde bewltigt, die
Feinplanung und das Budget erstellt. Die gesamte
Planung konnte in vorbildlicher Weise den Gremien
vorgestellt werden, so dass das Projekt noch in 2013
genehmigt werden konnte.
Beide Projekte Umzug und ERP-System werden
diese Universitt ganzheitlich und nachhaltig
verndern. Dabei brauchen wir die Mitarbeit
mglichst vieler Beteiligter aus der Universitt, auch
damit es nicht zu einem rein technokratische Projekt
degeneriert.
Zu erwhnen ist noch die Anbindung des
juristischen Bereichs an die Direction
Administrative. Eine Manahme, die sich gut in die
vorhandene Struktur einfgt.
Das Portefeuille des intellektuellen Eigentums stellt
sich wie folgt dar: 2013 hat die UL acht neue
Erndungen angefragt und acht Patente ausgestellt
bekommen (Total: 30). Zwei exklusive Lizenzen
(basierend auf Erndungen des SnT und des LCSB)
wurden an zwei luxemburgische Firmen ausgestellt.
Zwlf Patente kamen in Zusammenarbeit mit dem
ISB zustande. Ein Software und Prototyp I-Patent
wurde hinterlegt (Total: 5). Ein Markendepot wurde
registriert (3 sind unterwegs; Total 8). Die UL hat ihre
Ansprche an einer Marke an eine andere
Organisation ffentlicher Forschung abgegeben mit
der Perspektive der Grndung einer Spin-off,
basierend auf gemeinsam erzielten Resultaten. Dazu
wurden neue Domain Namen angemeldet. Zwei
Start-up Gesellschaften wurden gegrndet, welche
die Vermarktung der Resultate der Forschung die im
LCSB gettigt wird, anstreben.
Besondere Bedeutung hatte in 2013 die bereinkunft
zwischen der Fondation de Luxembourg und der
Universit du Luxemburg. Ziel ist die Grndung einer
Luxembourg University Foundation , mit einem
Grndungskapital von einer Million Euro.
Schn ist auch, dass andere Hochschulen zu uns
kommen. So gab es eine Tagung der deutschen
Fachhochschulkanzler an der Universitt Luxemburg
zum Thema Moocs & Co., eine gut besetzte
Konferenz ber den Einuss moderner Technologien
auf die Lehre. Fr 2014 sind Tagungen der deutschen
Universittsrektoren und eine juristische Konferenz
u.a. mit deutschen Universittskanzlern geplant.
Das Jahr 2014 und sicher auch noch der Beginn 2015
wird eine Zeit des bergangs und der Improvisation
sein. Wir werden einige Monate mit einem
1/12-Budget leben, wir wissen zu Beginn des Jahres
2014 noch nicht wie viel Geld wir in 2014 erhalten, und
der ganze Vierjahresplan ist noch offen.
Wir werden die beschriebenen Wechsel nach Belval
und zum ERP-System vollziehen und es wird sicher
eine Menge Unvorhergesehenes geschehengute
Grnde, sich auf spannende und kreative Momente
zu freuen. Wir werden dies aber nur meistern, wenn
wir miteinander schaffen und manchmal noch ein
bisschen enger beieinander sind!
Alfred FUNK
21 LQUIPE RECTORALE
RAPPORT ANNUEL DU CHARG DE MISSION
POUR LA CULTURE SCIENTIFIQUE ET TECHNIQUE
Metaxy , la mission culture scientique et
technique de lUniversit du Luxembourg, a organis
en 2013 les activits suivantes:
Organisation de deux Grandes confrences
avec des intervenants de marque.
Organisation de seize leons des Jeudis des
sciences avec des intervenants nationaux et
internationaux.
Organisation trois sries de cours Amphi ouvert :
Lamour dans la littrature franaise
(cinq leons de Sylvie Freyermuth), Introduction
lanthropobiologie (sept leons de Philippe Vidal),
1
re
partie de uni
10
(quatre leons avec des
professeurs de lUniversit loccasion du
10
e
anniversaire de lUniversit.
Organisation dun sminaire Uni@Lyces pour
enseignants du secondaire : Analyse de certains
dveloppements conomiques (quatre leons par
les professeurs dconomie de lUniversit) et dune
sance Uni iwwer Land Ettelbruck.
Organisation du colloque Henri VII. in Rom pour
grand public.
Organisation de lcole dt Leonardo pour
lycens, sur le thme Acclration
Organisation du programme open@uni.lu pour
auditeurs libres
Participation au comit de pilotage du projet
CERCo - Construire Ensemble une Rgion
de la Connaissance en Lorraine.
Massimo Malvetti
RAPPORT ANNUEL DE LA RESPONSABLE
POUR LE DVELOPPEMENT DURABLE
2013 Highlights of the Cell for Sustainability
The remit of the Cell is the integration of campus
operation, research, education and civic engagement
for sustainability.
1
Operations: In 2013 the Cell together with the
Administrative director launched the subsidized
public transport M Pass, 148 staff took advantage of
this offer. The Cell and faculty conducting transport-
related research organized an open workshop on
a UL transport policy with key internal stakeholders.
We decided to set up a UL working group on
sustainable transport, also to develop proposals for
our transition to Belval.
Education and research: At the launch of the
Certicate in Sustainability and Social Innovation, the
Universitys rst interdisciplinary part-time study
programme open to all students and professionals, we
accepted 31 of 52 applicants. We concluded the OECD
project exploring potential indicators for local transition
to a low carbon economy in Alzette-Belval, and started
work on indicators with the municipality of Beckerich.
1
For more details please see latest biennial report on Sustainability at the UL
at wwwen.uni.lu/cell_for_sustainable_development.
Social cohesion and civic engagement:
UL students founded a chapter of the international
student association OIKOs, a platform for equipping
student as change agents for sustainability. OIKOS
has taken over from the Cell to run the student
award programmes the Green Student Residence
Award and the Recycling Award. Strengthening ties
to government, the Head of the Cell was nominated
a member of the Conseil Suprieur Dveloppement
Durable, and is co-lead of a project reconsidering
education needs in view of sustainability challenges;
she is also a member of the national Groupe de
Rexion Indicateurs Dveloppement Durable, and
a member of jury of the 123 GO Social enterprise
development award programme. As Chair of
a Working Group of the International Sustainable
Campus Network she was editor of the ISCNs rst
published book with twelve case studies from
ve continents.
Ariane Knig
22 LQUIPE RECTORALE
RAPPORT ANNUEL DU CONSEILLER
AUPRS DU RECTEUR POUR LE SITE BELVAL
Pour les personnes en charge du projet Belval, le bilan
de lanne coule est trs complexe dresser.
2013 marque une information, participation et
intgration plus pousses de nos utilisateurs dans la
planication de leurs futurs espaces de travail. La
dnition du concept media pour les salles
denseignement, rsultat dun workshop, en est un bon
exemple. Notons galement lorganisation de visites
guides pour le personnel en collaboration avec le
Fonds Belval, lors desquelles plus de 200 collgues ont
pu dcouvrir de lintrieur la Maison des Sciences
Humaines et la Maison du Savoir . Enn, un blog
interne, mis en ligne en octobre, informe la
communaut universitaire sur les avances du projet et
la vie Belval : il a pour vocation dinstaurer un dialogue
par le biais de commentaires et dauteurs multiples.
Ces actions ont t dveloppes notamment grce la
mise en place dun Change Facilitator et grce au
soutien de mes collaboratrices.
Malgr tout lengagement de lquipe-projet, force est
de constater que la Cit des Sciences et
linstallation de lUniversit Belval sont dans toute leur
envergure un projet trs exigeant, la disponibilit des
moyens nanciers trs incertaine et nos ressources
internes par moment limites face aux objectifs xs.
Lampleur et la complexit de cet ensemble sont parfois
sous-estimes et les attentes des utilisateurs internes
et partenaires extrieurs trs fortes. Quoiquil en soit, les
retards et dlais ne doivent pas clipser les autres faits
marquants de 2013 :
dmarrage des travaux damnagement du Centre
de Calcul ;
pose de la premire pierre de la Maison du Livre
dont les plans promettent une ambiance
exceptionnelle au futur Learning Center ;
prparation des tudes et soumissions pour le
rseau informatique, mais aussi pour lamnagement
des laboratoires ddis aux sciences humaines ;
tudes et laboration des concepts organisationnels
pour lexploitation des btiments.
Michael Scheuern
RAPPORT DES RESPONSABLES MULTILINGUISME
Due to its specic location, history and mission the
language policy of the University of Luxembourg
foresees three languages as languages of
instruction: English, French and German.
Multilingualism is thus an essential part of the
strategic development of the UL and a specic
feature that distinguishes it from monolingual
universities or those that introduce English as the
only medium of instruction. In order to ensure that
students, faculty staff and administrative staff
benet from the potential of a multilingual
University, the necessary measures to implement
the systematic management of trilingualism have
been taken.
Le projet prvoit un Centre de langues rattach au
rectorat et dirig par le charg de mission pour le
multilinguisme ainsi quun professeur en
multilinguisme comme conseiller pdagogique et
scientique. Un calendrier tablissant les diffrentes
tapes de limplmentation de la politique des
langues de lUniversit a t tabli. Les activits
denseignement seront lies la recherche en
apprentissage des langues en ducation multilingue
effectue lUniversit. Trois chargs de cours en
linguistique applique et enseignement des langues
acadmiques un pour chaque langue ofcielle de
lUniversit ont t recruts et seront
oprationnels partir de mai 2014.
2013 wurden 31 Sprachkurse in Deutsch, Englisch,
Franzsisch und Luxemburgisch fr das
Verwaltungspersonal und fr das akademische
Personal angeboten (280 Teilnehmer).
220 Studierende konnten 15 Sprachkurse in den drei
Unterrichtssprachen besuchen. Um die
Verwaltungsprozesse der Sprachenkurse zu
erleichtern, wurde das System der elektronischen
Einschreibung optimiert.
Michel Margue
23 LQUIPE RECTORALE
DLGUE AUX QUESTIONS FMININES ET DU GENRE
Aktivittsbericht der Gleichstellungsbeauftragten
fr das Jahr 2013
Massnahmen zur Verbesserung der Vereinbarkeit von
Beruf und Privatleben fr die Angehrigen der
Universitt Luxemburg blieben auch 2013 ein
aktuelles Thema. Der Leitfaden zur Verankerung
geschlechtssensibler Berufungsverfahren an der
Universitt Luxemburg wurde ins Englische bersetzt:
Guidelines for the implementation of gender-
sensitive recruiting procedures at the University of
Luxembourg. Die Erhhung des Frauenanteils
innerhalb der Professorenschaft blieb ebenfalls ein
prioritres Thema: im Oktober 2013 waren 16,5% der
Professuren an Frauen vergeben
(Oktober 2004: 7,3%).
Wie jedes Jahr nahm die Universitt Luxemburg am
Girls Day - Boys Day teil. Das Photovoltaik-Labor
der Fakultt fr Naturwissenschaften, Technologie
und Kommunikation organisierte unter der Leitung
von Frau Susanne Siebentritt den Workshop
Schlerinnen entdecken Solarforschung.
Ausserdem organisierte das Bro der
Gleichstellungsbeauftragten zwei Vortrge mit Frau
Dr. Veerle Draulans, Professorin an den Universitten
Leuven und Tilburg zu dem Thema Strategies for
Gender Balanced Higher Education und Frau
Dr. Marion Esch, Professorin an der Technischen
Universitt Berlin zu dem Thema Chancengleichheit
durch Entertainment Education Ein Beispiel aus
den MINT-Fchern.
In Kooperation mit der Gleichstellungsbeauftragten
war die Luxembourg Gender Voice Initiative (LGVI)
auch 2013 rund um das Thema Gender aktiv.
Verschiedene Initiativen waren z.B. die Organisation
des Flashmobs One Billion Rising und die
Auffhrung der Vagina Monologe.
Auch in 2013 fand die Beratung zu genderrelevanten
Fragen wie Mutterschutz, Elternurlaub, sexuelle
Belstigung und Mobbing statt.
Alle Dokumente sind seit August auf der
neueingerichteten Internetseite www.gender.uni.lu
zu nden.
Christel Baltes-Lhr
LES ORGANES UNIVERSITAIRES
26 LE MOT DU RECTEUR
27 LES ORGANES UNIVERSITAIRES
QUIPE RECTORALE
Prof. Dr. Rolf Tarrach, recteur
Prof. Dr. Franck Leprvost, vice-recteur
organisation et relations internationales
Prof. Dr. Lucinne Blessing, vice-rectrice pour la
recherche (ff du 14/9/2012 jusquau 31/3/2013)
Prof. Dr. Massimo Malvetti, charg de mission
auprs du recteur pour la Culture Scientifique et
Technique
Prof. Dr. Michel Margue, charg de mission auprs
du rectorat pour les sciences humaines et le
multilinguisme ( partir du 1/4/2013)
Prof. Dr. Lucinne Blessing, charg de mission
auprs du rectorat ( partir du 1/11/2013 jusquau
31/3/2015)
Prof. Dr. Eric Tschirhart, vice-recteur acadmique
Dr. Alfred Funk, directeur administratif
Prof. Dr. Ludwig Neyses, vice-recteur pour la
recherche ( partir du 1/4/2013)
M. Michael Scheuern, charg de cours, conseiller
auprs du recteur pour Belval
Ass.-Prof. Dr. Christel Baltes-Lhr, dlgue aux
questions fminines
Le rectorat de
lUniversit du
Luxembourg se
compose des
membres suivants
Prof. Dr. Paul Heuschling, doyen de la FSTC
( partir du 20/10/2013 : 2
me
mandat)
Prof. Stefan Braum, doyen de la FDEF
Prof. Dr. Michel Margue, doyen de la FLSHASE
(jusquau 18/2/2013)
Prof. Dr. Georg Mein, doyen de la FLSHASE
( partir du 19/2/2013)
Lquipe de direction
de lUniversit
du Luxembourg
se compose
des membres
suivants (en plus
des membres du
rectorat)
Prof. Dr. Bjrn Ottersten, directeur du centre
interdisciplinaire Security and Trust (SnT)
( partir du 21/1/2013 : 2
me
mandat)
Prof. Dr. Rudi Balling, directeur du centre
interdisciplinaire Luxembourg Centre for Systems
Biomedicine (LCSB) ( partir du 14/12/2013 :
2
me
mandat)
M. Guy Poos, charg de mission auprs du
rectorat faisant fonction de secrtaire gnral,
secrtaire du Conseil de Gouvernance
(jusquau 30/4/2013)
Prof. Dr. Massimo Malvetti, charg de mission
auprs du rectorat faisant fonction de secrtaire
gnral, secrtaire du Conseil de Gouvernance
( partir du 1/5/2013)
28 LES ORGANES UNIVERSITAIRES
Runions
CONSEIL UNIVERSITAIRE
Les membres
AU, YuYiu (18/12/2013 onwards) Reprsentant des tudiants FSTC
BALLING, Rudi Directeur Centre Interdisciplinaire LCSB
BALTES-LHR, Christel Dlgue aux questions fminines
BISDORFF, Raymond Reprsentant du corps acadmique FSTC
BRAUM, Stefan Doyen FDEF
COSMA, Antonio Reprsentant du corps acadmique FDEF
DE GEEST, Heleen (12/06/2013 onwards) Reprsentant du corps intermdiaire FDEF
EHRHART, Sabine Reprsentant du corps acadmique FLSHASE
EDLMAIR, Christina Reprsentant du personnel scientique, administratif et technique FDEF
ERGEC, Rusen Reprsentant du corps acadmique FDEF
FALLER, Fabian (15/02/2013 onwards) Reprsentant du corps intermdiaire FLSHASE
FILIMON, Marlena Reprsentant du corps intermdiaire FSTC
FUNK, Alfred Directeur administratif
HEUSCHLING, Paul Doyen FSTC
KIRWAN, Natalie Reprsentant du personnel scientique, administratif et technique FLSHASE
KLEIN, Jacques Reprsentant du personnel scientique, administratif et technique FSTC
LEPREVOST, Franck Vice recteur organisation et elations internationales
LOUPPE, Galle Mlodie
(12/12/2013 onwards)
Reprsentant des tudiants FLSHASE
MARIGO, Marcel Reprsentant des tudiants FDEF
MEIN, Georg (19/02/2013 onwards) Doyen FLSHASE
MEYERS, Christian Reprsentant du corps acadmique FLSHASE
MICHEL, Thibault Reprsentant des tudiants FDEF
NEYSES, Ludwig (01/04/2013 onwards) Vice recteur recherche
NGUYEN, Phu-Hong Reprsentant des tudiants FSTC
OTTERSTEN, Bjrn Directeur Centre Interdisciplinaire SnT
PARK-FURLONG, Beth
(15/12/2013 onwards)
Reprsentante du personnel scientique des bibliothques
SCHULLER, Gilbert Reprsentant des tudiants FLSHASE
TARRACH, Rolf Recteur
TSCHIRHART, Eric Vice recteur acadmique
VAN DAM, Tonie Reprsentant du corps acadmique FSTC
Le secrtariat POOS, Guy Secrtaire du Conseil de Gouvernance et charg de mission auprs du rectorat
faisant fonction de secrtaire gnral (jusqu'au 30/04/2013)
MALVETTI, Massimo Secrtaire du Conseil de Gouvernance et charg de mission auprs du rectorat
faisant fonction de secrtaire gnral ( partir du 01/05/2013)
LANGUMIER, Karin Assistante du Secrtaire du Conseil de Gouvernance et charg de mission auprs du
rectorat faisant fonction de secrtaire gnral
Au 31 dcembre 2013, le conseil universitaire se composait des membres suivants :
En 2013, le Conseil Universitaire sest runi 7 fois aux dates suivantes :
Les 9 janvier, 26 fvrier, 16 avril, 11 juin, 17 septembre, 29 octobre, 26 novembre
Deux runions extraordinaires ont t convoques les 19 juin 2013 (sur le fonctionnement du Conseil universitaire)
et 27 juin 2013 (sur le Plan quadriennal 2014 - 2017).
29 LES ORGANES UNIVERSITAIRES
COMMISSION CONSULTATIVE SCIENTIFIQUE
Membre Reprsentant Dbut du mandat actuel
Prof. Iris Behrmann, Universit du Luxembourg FSTC interne 01 November 2010
Prof. Martin Bordemann, Universit du Mulhouse FSTC externe 01 November 2010
Prof. Mohamed Darouach, Universit de Lorraine FSTC externe 01 November 2010
Prof. Sylvie Freyermuth, Universit du Luxembourg FLSHASE interne 01 November 2010
Prof. Even Loarer, Conservatoire national des arts et mtiers FLSHASE externe 01 November 2010
Prof. Claudine Moulin, Universitt Trier FLSHASE externe 01 November 2010
Prof. Pierre Picard, Universit du Luxembourg FDEF interne 01 November 2010
Prof. Gerard C. Rowe, Europa-Universitt Viadrina, Frankfurt/Oder FDEF externe 01 November 2010
Prof. Alexander Rust, Universit du Luxembourg FDEF interne 01 September 2012
Prof. Jean-Pierre Schoder, Banque Centrale du Luxembourg FDEF externe 01 November 2010
Prof. Sabine Krolak-Schwerdt, Universit du Luxembourg FLSHASE interne 01 November 2010
Prof. Yves Le Traon, Universit du Luxembourg FSTC interne 01 November 2010
La Commission consultative scientique sest runie deux fois en 2013, les 11 janvier et 27 septembre. La Commission est place
sour la prsidence du Prof. Gerald C. Rowe.
COMMISSION DES LITIGES
Membres Dates de Nomination
Katalin Ligeti 1
er
septembre 2012
Steffen Rothkugel 9 janvier 2013
Georges Steffgen 9 janvier 2013
La commission est place sous la prsidence du professeur Katalin Ligeti.
30 LES ORGANES UNIVERSITAIRES
ETHICS ADVISORY COMMITTEE
ETHICS REVIEW PANEL
Membres Dates de Nomination
Olivier Francis 7 mars 2013
Matthew Happold 21 juin 2011
Dietmar Heidemann 21 juin 2011
Claude Houssemand 16 avril 2013
Orsola Razzolini 26 fvrier 2013
Leon van der Torre 21 juin 2011
La commission est place sous la prsidence du professeur Matthew Happold.
Membres Dates de Nomination
Lucienne Blessing 21 juin 2011
Corrado Malberti 29 octobre 2013
Jrgen Sachau 29 octobre 2013
Jochen Schneider 21 juin 2011
Claus Vgele 21 juin 2011
La commission est place sous la prsidence du professeur Lucinne Blessing.
31 LES ORGANES UNIVERSITAIRES
MUCCIANTE Virginie Prsidente OGBL Support administratif
KLEIN Gilbert Vice-prsident Landesverband Auxiliaire technique
BOURGAIN Arnaud Secrtaire OGBL Assistant-Professeur
HIEZ David Dlgu lgalit OGBL Professeur
GUSTIN Michel Dlgu la scurit OGBL Technicien
ANTON Fernand Membre OGBL Professeur
GERKRATH Jrg Membre OGBL Professeur
KELSEN Pierre Membre Landesverband Professeur
KMEC Sonja Membre Landesverband Assistant-chercheur
MARINHO Cristina Membre Landesverband Support administratif
ZAMPUNIERIS Denis Supplant OGBL Professeur
GREGER Manfred Supplant OGBL Professeur
CHERET Lionel Supplant OGBL Support informatique
TIOUR-BOUZAZA Hada Supplant OGBL Support administratif
DUMELAND Sandra Supplant Landesverband Support administratif
STEYER Roger Supplant Landesverband Concierge
CHARPENTIER Nathalie Supplant Landesverband Support administratif
DIERENRONCK Christophe Supplant Landesverband Auxiliaire scientique
DLGATION DU PERSONNEL
DE LUNIVERSIT DU LUXEMBOURG
Les membres
10 YEARS
UNIVERSITY OF
LUXEMBOURG :
HIGHLIGHTS
A
n array of extraordinary events marked last autumn at the University of Luxembourg.
In October 2013, the institution seized the opportunity of its 10th anniversary to
strengthen its standing in Luxembourg and internationally, and to thank all stakeholders
- staff, students, politicians, economists, friends and citizens - for their support.
The University of Luxembourg is an international
university serving its country ! Focusing on this
message, the birthday programme generated
broad public attention and further sharpened the
Universitys image. During one week mid-October,
Uni.lus birthday was the talk of the town and
the national event.
A representative survey of one thousand people over 15 years old carried out by TNS
Ilres on behalf of the University in September revealed that an overwhelming majority of
Luxembourg residents (81%) believe that the University of Luxembourg is a good thing
for the country and its future. The survey also showed that almost all citizens (98%)
are aware of the University. 71% of respondents said they would advise their children or
grandchildren to study at the University of Luxembourg.
The very positive survey results, the impressive local media coverage and the high num-
ber of VIPs at the ofcial celebration are further evidence for the Universitys accep-
tance an achievement we can all be proud of.
10 Years University of Luxembourg
1. Round table with Minister of Higher Education and Research Martine Hansen, Romain Bausch, CEO of SES S.A., Gabrijela Reljic,
research associate, and Rolf Tarrach, moderated by Natasha Ehrmann.
2. The ofcial celebration was followed by a reception with jazz music.
3. The aerial picture with students at Campus Limpertsberg was picked up by media.
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n detail, the birthday programme consisted of a well-balanced mix of events and
measures generating high awareness and reaching all relevant target groups :
The staff party, organised by the Communications and HR departments
The ofcial celebration at Cercle Cit in presence of the Grand Duke and the Grand
Duchess and 330 VIP guests, including several ministers and M.P., ambassadors
and university presidents, organised by the Communications department and an
event agency
The student party with 500 attendees, organised by the SEVE and the city
of Esch-sur-Alzette
The birthday concert with almost 200 singers on stage and more than 600
attendees, organised by the Universitys Espaces Cultures
A science slam organised by the Association of PhD students LuxDoc
The public lecture series Uni hich 10, organised by Prof. Massimo Malvetti
The public lecture series Research for lunch organised by FLSHASE
A special 10-years-micro-website presenting the birthday event programme
as well as milestones, facts & gures about the University, video statements
and the 10-years-book, generating about 2000 views
A TNS Ilres citizens poll conrming the Universitys very positive perception
and acceptance in Luxembourg
A press conference on October 9, presenting the poll results as well as the
Universitys rst employability study
A 4-min-video with many statements from different stakeholders, presented
during the ofcial celebration
An aerial photo with UL students on Campus Limpertsberg shaping a huge
10, picked up by most media, as well as a street marketing action with
students distributing chocolate to passers-by.
4. 330 guests at Cercle Cit (rst row from left : EU-Commissioner Viviane Reding, keynote speaker Lars Heikensten, General Director of the Nobel
Foundation, UL president Rolf Tarrach, Her Royal Highnesses the Grand Duchess and the Grand Duke, Laurent Mosar, Parliament President).
5. The 10-Years book of the University of Luxembourg.
6. Signing of the partnership with Charles University in presence of University president Rolf Tarrach, Vaclav Hampl, president of the
Charles University in Prague, and Franck Leprvost, UL Vice-President for organisation and international relations (from left).
7. Marc Jaeger, president of the Universitys Board of Governors, during his closing words.
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8. Street action: students distributing university chocolates to
passers-by.
9. Music and fun at the student birthday party with 500
attendies at the Kulturfabrik in Esch-sur-Alzette.
10. Cutting the huge uni.lu birthday cake during the barbecue
party for university staff end of September, Campus
Kirchberg
11. Birthday Concert at the Conservatory of Luxembourg :
Together with the Jack Martin Haendler Academy Chamber
Orchestra and University choir singers from all over Europe,
the University of Luxembourgs Choir performed Beethovens
9
th
symphony.
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FACULT DES SCIENCES,
DE LA TECHNOLOGIE
ET DE LA COMMUNICATION
42 LE MOT DU RECTEUR
43 FACULT DES SCIENCES, DE LA TECHNOLOGIE ET DE LA COMMUNICATION
During the last year of the second four-year plan of
the UL, the Faculty of Science, Technology and
Communication (FSTC) continued its efforts to
further develop its competences in spite of a
reduced budget plan.
The faculty counted around 380 members at the end
of 2013. Seven new members of the academic staff
joined the Faculty in 2013:
Stphane Bordas, professor in the engineering
sciences research unit
Jorge Goncalves, professor in the life sciences
research unit and at the LCSB
Sergey Merkulov, professor in the mathematics
research unit
Markus Schfer, senior lecturer in the engineering
sciences research unit
Jean-Marc Schlenker, professor in the
mathematics research unit
Jens Christian Schwamborn, professor in the life
sciences research unit and at the LCSB
Ines Thiele, associate professor in the life
sciences research unit and at the LCSB
With Stphane Bordas, the faculty succeeded in
attracting its rst European Research Council grant
holder. He joined the university in November 2013.
The members of the FSTC successfully applied for an
impressive number of national and international
research projects within their different elds of
expertise. The publication record of the faculty is
continuously increasing.
Among the ve top research priorities of the second
four-year plan are security in information systems
and life sciences, both having been among the
FSTC research priorities since the creation of the
University. Both domains rely on strong research
units within the faculty and the two Interdisciplinary
Centres. These centres, Security, Reliability and Trust
(SnT), and the Luxembourg Centre for Systems
Biomedicine (LCSB), have boosted the development
of the two research priorities. The members of the
FSTC are continuously contributing to the
development of the two centres and nd highly
competent partners and valuable help for their
research projects within these centres.
The number of students of the faculty remained
more or less stable with 1304 students in October
2013. The total number of PhD-students has again
increased to reach 268 in 2013, an increase of 23%.
More than half of these PhD-students come from
countries further away than our immediate
neighbouring countries. The number of Bachelor and
Master students has slightly decreased: 241 Master
students and 749 Bachelor students. The compulsory
mobility within the Bachelor programmes is well
implemented and an increasing number of our
students choose to go beyond the Greater Region for
their mobility.
The teaching programmes offered by the FSTC are
detailed elsewhere.
The 2
nd
external evaluation of the university gave high
marks to the faculty administration and to the
research activities of the FSTC. The quality of
teaching and learning was estimated as high, but
efforts will have to be made to make this quality
sustainable.
For this purpose, a complete quality assurance and
enhancement strategy for teaching and learning was
designed and adopted in 2013. The faculty also
started a continuous professional development
scheme for its teachers in December 2013.
In the same sense, a faculty-wide survey carried out
in spring 2013 allowed the deans ofce to identify
four additional areas needing further improvement
within our work environment. Corresponding working
groups have been set up.
A major part of the 2013 activities of the FSTC were
devoted to the development of the next four-year
plan, which obviously takes into account the
recommendations of the external evaluation.
A new unifying topic, computational sciences, was
identied by the FSTC. It spans the ve research
units and the two interdisciplinary centres and has
become one of the top priorities of the university in
the 3
rd
four-year plan. Physics and materials science
were also identied as one of the priorities of this
3
rd
plan.
Paul Heuschling
REPORT OF THE DEAN
44 FACULT DES SCIENCES, DE LA TECHNOLOGIE ET DE LA COMMUNICATION
Iris Behrmann head of research unit
Olivier Francis head of research unit
Evelyne Friederich faculty council member
Manfred Greger course director
Paul Heuschling dean
Pierre Kelsen course director
Gilbert Klein technical staff
Yves Le Traon head of research unit
Gustave Blaise Ngaha student
Frdric Pinel intermediate academic staff
Peter Plapper faculty council member
Berta Rato administrative staff
Roland Sanctuary head of research unit
Thomas Sauter course director/head of doctoral school
Martin Schlichenmaier head of research unit
Frank Scholzen course director
Susanne Siebentritt faculty council member
Anton Thalmaier course director
Tonie van Dam gender representative
Leon van der Torre faculty council member
Denis Zampuniris vice-dean
Andreas Zilian faculty council member
invited observers:
Bjrn Ottersten, director of the SnT
Rudi Balling, director of the LCSB
THE FACULTY COUNCIL
The Faculty Council met 9 times in 2013 validating teaching programmes, recruitment proles, external thesis
supervisor nominations, budget lines, positions, and the four-year plan.
Several elections took place in 2013, and new members joined. From July 2013 onwards, the Faculty Council
met in the following composition:
45 FACULT DES SCIENCES, DE LA TECHNOLOGIE ET DE LA COMMUNICATION
RESEARCH UNITS
Life Sciences Research Unit
Objectives Combining cellular, molecular and computational approaches, research at the Life Sciences Research Unit
focuses on the fundamental understanding of biological processes relevant to human diseases to make use of it
for biomedical applications. Research aims at further deciphering the molecular mechanisms underlying
inammation and cancer. In particular we are interested in the analysis of signaling networks which are disturbed
in disease situations, with the aim to identify targets for potential therapeutic intervention.
In 2013, the RU recruited a bioinformatician as support for all LSRU teams regarding projects involving computational
approaches, thereby completing the implementation of core positions. A biosafety ofcer has been assisting RU
members in maintaining a safe working environment. The light microscopy facility organised in January 2013 an
international, FNR-funded workshop Hands-On Light Microscopy. To further increase the capacities in bioimaging,
a new spinning-disk microscope was purchased on a Fondation Cancer project (PI: Evelyne Friederich).
Several collaborative projects with the Luxembourg Centre for Systems Biomedicine (LCSB) have started or
continued in 2013. So has the joint planning for the new building: end 2014 the LSRU will move into shared
buildings with the LCSB in Belval, which will have a synergistic impact on our scientic interactions and on the
critical mass in Molecular and Systems Biomedicine research.
The RU is responsible for the Bachelor in Life Sciences (BASV: bachelor in Biology, plus 1
st
year in Medicine and
Pharmacy; http://basv.uni.lu) and the Master in Integrative Systems Biology (MISB; http://misb.uni.lu), a partner
of the EU-Atlantis study program in Cancer and Systems Biology, CanSys. RU members assured more than
2500 lessons in 2013. The LSRU is further responsible for the organisation of the Formation spcique en
Mdecine Gnrale, the European Master and Certicate of Small Animal Veterinary Medicine as well as the
certicate Principles of Biobanking which is co-organised with the IBBL. In partnership with the LCSB and the
CRP Sant, the RU organises a doctoral school in Systems and Molecular Biomedicine, currently comprising
46 students. In 2013, 26 PhD students were trained in the LSRU; 4 obtained their PhD degree. The RU organises
a series of weekly seminars around topics related to the research subjects of the unit.
Head Iris Behrmann, professor
Academic Staff Iris Behrmann, professor
Jean-Luc Bueb, professor
Evelyne Friederich, professor
Serge Haan, professor
Other staff (as of
December 2013)
24 Postdoc level scientists (including 11 FTE Adjoints de Recherche and 5 FTE Assistants Chercheur), 24 PhD
students (including 6 Assistants), 1 research assistant, 7 technical support positions, 2 secretaries (1.5 FTE).
We are supported by the 2 FSTC research facilitators.
Paul Heuschling, professor
Stephanie Kreis, senior lecturer
Thomas Sauter, professor
Eric Tschirhart, professor
Main Results SIGNAL TRANSDUCTION GROUP: IRIS BEHRMANN
The team focuses on signalling of cytokines in cancer and inammation, with a special emphasis on Janus kinases
and disease-relevant mutants thereof as well as on microRNAs. Here, the group published in 2013 a paper on the
involvement of microRNA-211 and its newly identied target genes in melanoma cell invasion. A comparative
analysis of kinase inhibitors revealed that a combined inhibition of Janus kinases and Aurora kinases may represent
a useful strategy to combat myeloproliferative neoplasms. The interplay between cytokine signalling and microRNAs
in liver cancer is the focus of a new Inter project funded by the FNR and the DFG which started in September 2013.
The academic staff of the LCSB (Rudi Balling, Antonio del Sol, Ines Thiele, Jens Schwamborn, and Jorge Goncalvez)
are also afliated to the LSRU.
46 FACULT DES SCIENCES, DE LA TECHNOLOGIE ET DE LA COMMUNICATION
CYTOSKELETON AND CELL PLASTICITY GROUP: EVELYNE FRIEDERICH
The group investigates actin-based processes relevant to cancer and inammation (UL and FNR Inter
projects). Projects explore regulatory mechanisms underlying epithelial cell plasticity related to carcinoma
progression and also aim at identifying marker molecules with prognostic potential.
In 2013, a CORE project submitted by Professor Margy Koffa has been accepted for funding by the FNR, with
the Cytoskeleton and Cell Plasticity Lab standing as a host and collaborating lab. In addition, the thesis of
a former PhD student of the lab was selected to represent the FSTC for the Prix de la meilleure Thse de
lUniversit du Luxembourg and a further PhD thesis was successfully defended.
The group of Evelyne Friederich purchased at the end of 2013 a multi-modular state-of-the-art Spinning Disk
Confocal Microscope, which allows, in addition to confocal microscopy experiments, a broad range of other
applications. The system was funded by the Fondation Cancer and is available for use by the whole scientic
community of Luxembourg.
MOLECULAR DISEASE MECHANISMS GROUP: SERGE HAAN
In 2013, the team identied SOCS2 and SOCS6 as potential biomarkers for colorectal carcinoma (in
collaboration with the IBBL). We started a project on colon cancer stem cells supported by the Fondation
Cancer. In the context of this project the group established the isolation of colon cancer stem cells from fresh
patient material. The team also identied STAT factors as important contributors to the oncogenic signature in
cells expressing oncogenic PDGFR mutant proteins which occur in patients with gastrointestinal stromal
tumors.
NEUROINFLAMMATION GROUP: PAUL HEUSCHLING
The group is investigating the molecular mechanisms of inammation and differentiation of glial cells that are
relevant during neurodegenerative and inammatory events in the brain. The differentiation of astroglial cells
and the inuence of inammation on this process is investigated. The team also further characterises the
inammasome activation in microglial cells as well as the implication of these cells in the inammatory events
accompanying Parkinsons Disease.
CALCIUM SIGNALLING AND INFLAMMATION GROUP: ERIC TSCHIRHART/JEAN-LUC BUEB
The team focuses on signalling in inammation and stress, gaining further insight into i) the Ca
2+
inux- and
S100A8/A9-dependent activation of NADPH oxidase in immune cells and their role in phagocytosis, ii) the
pro-inammatory role of exocytotic SNARE proteins and iii) the effects of stress and micronutrients on human
vascular cells in vitro. Stress and immunity are studied in collaboration, on Pleurodeles subjected to spaceight.
SYSTEMS BIOLOGY GROUP: THOMAS SAUTER
Team members apply different modelling and data integration techniques to biological systems to develop
suitable computational models with the main focus on disease specic signalling and metabolic networks
including their epigenetic regulation. Computational tools are developed (e.g. Probabilistic Boolean and
Integrated metabolic modelling) which can be used for analysing a wide range of biological systems. In one
application we developed in collaboration with the LCSB a new algorithm for the fast reconstruction of context
specic metabolic network models.
In 2013, the LSRU has published a total of 18 publications in referred journals, including 5 review articles,
36 publications in refereed conference proceedings.
For further information please see http://bio.uni.lu
Publications
Links
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Head
Objectives
Academic Staff
Other Staff
Main Results
Physics and Materials Science Research Unit
The main goal of the Physics and Materials Science Research Unit (PhyMS) consists in performing high level
fundamental research in Condensed Matter Physics. Currently the research activities cover the whole eld
from the electronic and spin structure of crystals and interfaces to the thermodynamics of soft matter and
composites with their interphases. Experimental and theoretical groups join forces to understand and develop
materials for applied and technical challenges. Thereby the academic staff members can rely on state-of-the-
art equipment for the preparation and characterisation of materials, as well as for high performance
computing. PhyMS members use to publish in high-impact journals and are involved in international networks.
Another objective of the research unit is to provide excellent teaching for students in bachelor and master
courses in physics. PhyMS is responsible for the Physics track of the Bachelor in Sciences and Engineering
(academic). Furthermore, the new Master program in Condensed Matter Physics has started in fall 2013.
PhyMS members are committed to building bridges between academic teaching and modern research. Thus
student assistants are encouraged to get in touch with front-line research while PhD students are
permanently involved in teaching activities. PhyMS also organizes a regular colloquium with topics centered on
the research activities of its members.
Roland Sanctuary, associate professor, LPM
Phil Dale, senior lecturer, LEM
Jan Kristian Krger, invited professor, LPM
Massimo Malvetti, professor, secretary of the
board of governors, senior advisor to the rectorate
Robert Mayer, lecturer (retired since
November 2013, 1
st
)
Tanja Schilling, professor, TSCM
Susanne Siebentritt, professor, LPV
Ludger Wirtz, professor, TSSP
Andreas Michels, ATTRACT fellow, Nanomagnetism
group (hosted by LPM)
Massimiliano Esposito, ATTRACT fellow,
CSSM group (hosted by TSCM)
19 post-docs, 21 PhD students, 2 adjoints de recherche, 1 collaborateur de recherche, 5 technical support
staff members, 3 secretaries.
The unit is supported by the 2 FSTC research facilitators.
Complex Systems and Statistical Mechanics group - CSSM (Massimiliano Esposito)
We extended the theoretical framework of stochastic thermodynamics, a theory describing small systems
operating far from equilibrium. We studied the dissipation generated when measuring single electron transfers
in small semiconducting devices such as quantum dots. We also considered the thermodynamic efciency of
energy generation using entropy driven processes.
Laboratory for Energy Materials - LEM (Phil Dale)
A new annealing method for semiconductors which is two orders of magnitude faster than any previous
method was achieved as part of an INTER project. Proof of principle low cost characterization tool developed
as part of an FP7 project as well as second best kesterite photovoltaic device efciency in the world for our
deposition methods.
Laboratory for Physics of Advanced Materials LPM (Roland Sanctuary and Jan Kristian Krger)
Multi-scale investigations contributed to a better understanding of the impact of molecular arrangement and
dynamics on property changes at the ferroelastic phase transition of thermo-responsive polymer solutions.
Relaxation of the complex heat capacity in the metastable rotator phase of a short n-alkane was described by
an activated process; the corresponding phase transition to/from the liquid phase showed no hysteresis and
turned out to be completely reversible.
Laboratory for Photovoltaics - LPV (Susanne Siebentritt)
A process to grow single crystalline kesterite was developed, this opens a range of new possibilities to study
the fundamental properties of the material. Optical and electrical analysis was improved. The problem of too
high doping levels in our novel Cu-rich CuInSe2 was solved by optimising the Se supply. This immediately
reduced the detrimental interface recombination.
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Publications in
in refereed journals: 50
in refereed conference proceedings: 8
Edition of a refereed conference proceeding: 1
http://wwwfr.uni.lu/recherche/fstc/physics_and_materials_science_research_unit
Objectives
Publications
Links
Patents
Nanomagnetism group (Andreas Michels)
The Nanomagnetism Group has made substantial experimental and theoretical progress in understanding
magnetic neutron scattering from nanomagnets. In particular, a theory of magnetic neutron scattering has been
developped and successfully tested against experimental data on hard and soft magnetic nanocomposites.
Theory of Soft Condensed Matter group - TSCM (Tanja Schilling)
The TSM group has identied the microscopic mechanism of crystal nucleation and growth in alkane melts,
shown that depletion drastically changes the electrical conductivity of nanorod-polymer composites, proven
that colloidal suspensions close to the glass transition crystallize by the same mechanisms as metastable melt
suspensions and computed the salt concentration of the B-Z transition in DNA solutions.
Theoretical Solid State Physics group - TSSP (Ludger Wirtz)
We have calculated the Raman spectra of graphene on different substrates, discovering pronounced shifts
between different dielectric and metallic substrates which can also be seen experimentally and give
information about the graphene-substrate interaction. Furthermore, we are testing and developing the
theoretical methods for the calculation of defect-luminescence in chalcopyrites.
3
Computer Science and Communication Research Unit
The Computer Science and Communication research unit, aka CSC (http://csc.uni.lu), includes a staff of more
than 130 persons involved in both teaching and research activities.
Two hundred students are currently registered in the study programmes at Bachelor and Master levels. The
scope of the lectures includes topics covering fundamental aspects of computer science as well as practical
ones. Close supervision and advice is ensured by open door policy and project based lecturing. CSC is also
involved in life-long learning by organising a master degree in Information Systems Security Management in
collaboration with CRP Tudor.
In 2013, the CSC doctoral school (Doctoral School in Computer Science and Computer Engineering DSCSCE),
one of the rst created within the UL, did progress in the development of the PhD accompanying measures. This
major achievement will allow complementing the PhD students training with hard and soft skills, and facilitate the
development of new research programmes. Professor Raymond Bisdorff is director of the DSCSCE.
With regard to the professional branches, the main aim consists of reducing the gap between theory and
practice, whereas for the academic branches, the focus is set on a problem-oriented understanding of the
theoretical foundations of computer science. CSC works intensively towards the University priorities in Security,
Reliability and Trust as well as Systems Biomedicine. By providing a strong disciplinary knowledge in computer
science, telecommunications and applied mathematics, CSC will serve as one of the fundamental bricks to
enable interdisciplinary research through the University of Luxembourgs interdisciplinary centres.
CSC is currently the largest research unit of the University and is cooperating in a large set of international as
well as regional projects.
CSC (http://csc.uni.lu) is divided into 4 laboratories/themes:
Advanced Software Systems (http://lassy.uni.lu),
Communicative Systems (http://comsys.uni.lu),
Intelligent and Adaptive Systems (http://ilias.uni.lu),
Algorithmics, Cryptography and Security (http://lacs.uni.lu).
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Head Yves Le Traon, professor
Academic Staff
Other staff
Main results
Alex Biryukov, associate professor, head of LACS
Raymond Bisdorff, professor
Pascal Bouvry, professor
Lionel Briand, professor
Jean-Sbastien Coron, associate professor
Theo Duhautpas, senior lecturer
Thomas Engel, professor, head of COMSYS
Dov Gabbay, guest professor
Nicolas Guelfi, professor
Pierre Kelsen, professor, head of LASSY
Franck Leprvost, professor
Yves Le Traon, professor, head of CSC
Sjouke Mauw, professor
Volker Mller, associate professor
Nicolas Navet, associate professor
Bjrn Ottersten, professor
Peter Ryan, professor
Steffen Rothkugel, associate professor
Jrgen Sachau, professor
Christoph Schommer, associate professor, head of
ILIAS
Ulrich Sorger, professor
Bernard Steenis, associate professor
Leon van der Torre, professor
Denis Zampunieris, professor
Many of CSC faculty staff members, as well as their research groups, are involved in the SnT and the LCSB
research, thus forging a tighter connection between the computer science research unit and the
interdisciplinary research centers. Five laboratories of the interdisciplinary centre in security, reliability and
trust (SnT) are also headed by CSC professors and several of our professors are involved personally as fellows
in the two interdisciplinary centres of the University (LCSB and SnT).
In 2013: in total 132 positions, including 23 Professors and Associate-Professors, 32 Post-doc researchers,
57 PhD students, 10 scientic and research collaborators and 10 Administrative and Technical staff members
(including one research facilitator).
The doctoral school DSCSCE is now running and continues its development with good success, under the
direction of Pr. Raymond Bisdorff.
The renowned logician Dov Gabbay continued his third 3-year term (2012-2014) as guest professor at the UL
attached to CSC.
Leon Van Der Torre spent 6 months at Stanford University.
CSC has organised several successful events in and outside Luxembourg, including:
the 6
th
IEEE International Conference on Software Testing, Verication and Validation (IEEE ICST 2013),
with 10 co-located international workshops and 300 attendees -Yves Le Traon
the International Workshop on Engineering Safety and Security Systems 2013 (ESSS13) - Sjouke Mauw
Grande Region Security and Reliability Day 2013 (GRSRD13) - Sjouke Mauw
Veriable Voting Schemes Workshop, from Theory to Practice with around 70 international participants -
Peter Ryan
ESC2013- Alex Biryukov
A 5 day event in Mondorf-les-Bains for symmetric cryptographers (about 50 people), CAESAR competition
was launched at this event -Alex Biryukov
Science Festival in November 2013 with Cryptographic Secrets and Mysteries, activities for kids -
Alex Biryukov
STAST 2013 workshop, hosted at the CSF at the Tulane University Gabriele Lenzini and Peter Ryan
Testing the Cloud(TTC 2013) workshop, associated to ACM ISSTA 2013 Yves Le Traon
Visiting researchers include:
Prof Philip Stark (UC Berkeley)
Prof Jeroen van der Graff (Brasil)
Stephen Clark (Cambridge)
Eduardo Almeida (UFPR, Brazil)
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Publications Books: 2
Book chapters: 11
In refereed conference proceedings: 134
In refereed journals: 42
Patents: 1
Publication of the rst volume of the Handbook of
Deontic Logic and Normative Systems with 3 CSC/
ILIAS-members as editors: Dov Gabbay, Xavier
Parent, Leon van der Torre.
Links
Objectives
Full list of publications: http://orbilu.uni.lu/ - search query in Orbilu: CSC
More information: http://csc.uni.lu
Several CSC members nominated or awarded for their research work:
Leendert van der Torre co-authored by Patrice Caire, and Serena Villata - Best paper award at the
Agreement Technologies Conference 2013 (Argumentation Theoretic Foundations for Abstract Dependence
Networks).
Peter Ryan - co-authored by Wojtek JAMROGA - Best paper nomination at PRIMA 2013 (Principles and
Practice of Multi-Agent Systems).
Sjouke Mauw - co-authored by Xihui Chen and Jun Pang- outstanding paper award from the 3rd ACM
Conference on Data and Application Security and Privacy (CODASPY 2013) (Exploring Dependency for Query
Privacy Protection in Location-based Services).
Sjouke Mauw - co-authored by Barbara Kordy and Patrick Schweitzer- IGI Globals Fifth Annual Excellence
in Research Journal Award for its contribution to the eld, originality of the research, practicality of research
and results, quality of writing and rigor in research. (Attribute Decoration of AttackDefense Trees).
Mihail Minev - best poster award PROMISE Winter School 2013, Bressanone, Italy, February 2013 (at
(Bridging between Information Retrieval and Databases).
Jacques Klein co-authored by Alexandre Bartel and Yves Le Traon Google Faculty Research award
(Static Analysis for Android Security) - with PennState and Darmstadt Universities.
Some of the keynotes and invited presentations CSC gave in 2013
Invited talk at the 60
th
anniversary Fest for Prof Johannes Buchmann (Darmstadt) - Peter Ryan
Invited talk University of Newcastle - Peter Ryan
Keynote- Sectest 2013 - Yves Le Traon
Keynote - CIEL 2013 - Yves Le Traon
Keynote - TAROT summer school 2013 - Yves Le Traon
Invited talk - LAAS CNRS- Toulouse - Yves Le Traon
Research Unit in Engineering Science
The Research Unit in Engineering Science (RUES) covering the domains Construction & Design, Energy &
Environment, Automation & Mechatronics, as well as Geophysics recognises the socio-economic needs and
challenges of both society and industry. To address these, the research unit has committed itself to becoming
the Greater Regions education and research leader as well as a global player in the units core research areas.
A special focus will be placed on energy, environment and sustainable development. The aim is to provide an
innovation driven research environment and to seamlessly integrate research and education to form future
leaders and critical thinkers.
The research within the Cluster Construction & Design investigates the soil mechanics, the stability, resistance
and fatigue behaviour of constructions and building elements by simulations and experiments.
The Cluster Energy & Environment covers areas such as energy production and management of hybrid
systems for reliable electrical supply, energetic optimisation of buildings, efcient thermal combustion,
renewable energies (biogas), energy efcient waste water treatment plants and advanced manufacturing
technologies.
The Automation & Mechatronics research domain is also multifaceted embracing research on modelling of
antennas, mechanical structure analysis, production engineering and distributed control and automation
systems.
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The Geophysics Laboratory focuses on climate, sea level variability and geodynamics. The primary goals include
obtaining reliable geodetic measurements of environmental change and assessing the inuence of human and
natural factors in those changes. Other goals are interpreting time variable gravity observations from space
and improving the modelling of environmental effects on geodetic observations.
At the end of 2013 the RUES included 25 permanent academic members:
Head
Academic Staff
Other staff
Main results
Olivier Francis, professor
Engineering: 7 research associates/post-doc researchers, 45 PhD students, 12 technical support staff
members, 2 secretary positions.
The unit is supported by the 2 FSTC research facilitators.
Geophysics: 6 post-doc researchers, 7 PhD students, 0.25 secretary position.
Lucinne Blessing, professor
Stphane Bordas, professor
Manfred Greger, professor
Jean-Rgis Hadji-Minaglou, professor
Joachim Hansen, associate-professor
Stefan Maas, professor
Michel Marso, professor
Christoph Odenbreit, professor
Bernhard Peters, professor
Peter Plapper, professor
Markus Schfer, senior lecturer
Michael Scheuern, senior lecturer
Jean-Jacques Scheuren, senior lecturer
Frank Scholzen, associate-professor
Roger Steffen, senior lecturer
Norman Teferle, professor
Nico Toussing, senior lecturer
Stefan van Baars, professor
Tonie van Dam, associate-professor
Claude Wolf, senior lecturer
Francesco Viti, associate-professor
Holger Voos, professor
Daniele Waldmann, associate-professor
Andreas Zilian, professor
Research projects:
13 research projects, including fundamental research projects and applied research projects in direct
collaboration with industrial partners and institutions (Rotarex, ArcelorMittal, HPC Wales Fujitsu, UKIERI,
ESA, Strasbourg Institute for Advanced Studies,).
4 EU research projects such as: IAPP project - Advanced Multi-physics Simulation Technologies (AMST); EU/
RFCS Project DISCCO; EU: COST Action, project EU-MORNET, as consortium partner; EU Marie Curie Career
Integration Grant InCoMMune.
5 new AFR/FNR proposals for PhDs and Postdocs approved.
9 successfully defended PhDs.
2 Patents: Special Hip-Joints and Decentralized Power Supply for Small and Medium User Facilities.
Examples of research results:
Worked with engineers to install two new GPS receivers:
In Antarctica near the Belgian Princess Elizabeth Station
Temporary station in Leudelange to investigate reections for soil moisture content.
Establishment of the King Edward Point Geodetic Observatory (KEP-GO) with its autonomous continuous
Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) station and network of survey benchmarks. The KEPGO allows
the establishment of a vertical reference for local survey and sea level observations on South Georgia
Island, and enables monitoring for geophysical and atmospheric applications.
Talks
Participation at 68 peer-reviewed conferences and workshops. Guest lectures in several universities/
institutes abroad, example: Delft University of Technology, Delft, the Netherlands, TU Dresden, TU
Darmstadt, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, USA, National Institute of Metrology,
Beijing, China.
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The members of the RUES were also involved as:
Peabody Visiting Professor, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA.
Evaluators and panel members for research proposals submitted to international and national funding
programs (NERC; INSU, ), of articles submitted to scientic journals and books.
External evaluators of Ph. D Committees at foreign Universities (France, Belgium, UK, Germany, ).
As members of editorial boards of international scientic journals.
In the EU COST actions and international networks actions (some examples):
Management Committee Member and Deputy Chair of WP1 for COST Action TU1004 TransITS.
Member of Advisory Committee for FP7-STREP COLOMBO.
Member of COST action Smart and Green Interfaces.
Member of the management committee of COST (European Cooperation in Science and Technology).
As Expert evaluators for the European Commission.
Interview on local radio 100.7 and television RTL in the PISA show.
Academic milestones:
RUES has developed this year three new masters starting in September 2014:
Master of Science in Civil Engineering - Megastructure Engineering with Sustainable Resources
(academic)
Master of Science in Engineering - Sustainable Product Creation (academic)
Master Professionnel en Sciences de lIngnieur
Coordinator for the mobility of the students within the new Master in Civil Engineering (MSCE).
Events (co-)organised by members of the RUES (examples):
Organizing Committee Member for the Bivec Transport Research Day, UL.
Luxembourg Summer School in Computational Engineering Sciences Advanced Finite Element Methods, UL.
Efcacit Energtique des Btiments, UL.
Co-organisation (together with CRP G. Lippmann and CRP H. Tudor) of 3rd IWA International Water
Association) BeNeLux Young Water Professional Regional Conference (Esch/ Belval, Luxembourg).
2013 Fall American Geophysical Union Meeting: Mass Transport and Mass Distribution in the Earth System.
2013 European Geosciences Union General Assembly: The International Terrestrial Reference Frame:
Preparation for the next Release and its Applications.
International Comparison of Absolute Gravimeters in Walferdange.
Outreach activities:
Several representation of the UL at student faires, brokerage events in Luxembourg and Germany,
examples: Lyce des Garons, Berufsinformationsbrse Bitburg (BOM), Berufsinformationsmesse (BIM),
Dauner Forum, Gymansium Biesdorf, Geschwister Scholl und Thomas-Morus Gymansium Daun, ...
Participation to LuxSkills & EuroSkills CAD competition.
Participation in the Leonardo Summer School, UL.
Participation in the FNR Scheme to introduce lycee students to science and math.
Excursion with students to ArcelorMittal to visit the production of steel.
Best papers and awards:
Honorary Doctorate, Mlardalen University Sweden
Member of the Young Academy of Europe
Literati network best paper award, Engineering Computations
Named as highly cited researcher for computer science in the ISI report by Thomson Scientic ISIHighlyCited
Reviewers Favorite Award (best paper)
Price from European Patent Ofce
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Publications
Links Full list of publications: http://orbilu.uni.lu/ - search query in Orbilu: Engineering research unit
More information on http://engineering.uni.lu
Books: 3
Book chapters: 2
In refereed conference proceedings: 58
In refereed journals: 66
Other: 33
Mathematics Research Unit
Objectives The Mathematics Research Unit (RMATH) carries out research on an international level, both in fundamental
and applied aspects.
There are four main research directions:
Algebra and number theory, including algorithmic directions
Geometry and the mathematical theory of quantization, including moduli space problems, differential
operators, mathematical aspects of string theory, singular spaces, sigma models, supergeometry, higher
structures
Harmonic and geometric analysis and related elds, including symmetries, Fourier decompositions, Lie
groups, hyperbolic spaces
Probability theory and its applications, stochastic analysis, mathematical nance, decision theory, operation
research.
Cooperation agreements on joint research exist with the Polish Academy of Sciences and the Russian
Academy of Sciences (Steklov Mathematical Institute). The Mathematics Research Unit is member of the ESF
networking programme Harmonic and Complex Analysis (HCAA), Interactions of low-dimensional Topology and
Geometry with Mathematical Physics (ITGP), the NSF GEAR network, the IAP network DYGEST. Further
international cooperations exist on the individual level. The Mathematics Research Unit hosts regularly
international guest scientists.
The Mathematics Research Unit organises the weekly Mathematics Seminar (Seminaire Mathmatique).
It publishes the international mathematical research journal Travaux Mathmatiques.
The Mathematics Research Unit is co-responsible for the Bachelor acadmique en Sciences et Ingnierie
programme and responsible for the Master in Mathematics programme.
Academic Staff Jean-Luc Marichal, associate professor
Sergey Merkulov, professor
Carine Molitor-Braun, professor
Martin Olbrich, professor
Giovanni Peccati, professor
Norbert Poncin, professor
Jean-Marc Schlenker, professor
Martin Schlichenmaier, professor
Anton Thalmaier, professor
Gabor Wiese, professor
Hans Fllmer, guest professor
Pierre Schapira, guest professor
Head Martin Schlichenmaier, professor
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Other Staff
Main results
9 postdoc researchers, 10 junior researcher, 8 research associates, 14 AFR postdoc researchers,
5 AFR PhD researchers, 2 secretaries (each 0.5 fte.).
The unit is supported by the 2 FSTC research facilitators.
In 2013 two international leaders in their research elds joined the RMATH as new professors
(Merkulov and Schlenker)
The Mathematics Research Unit was (co-)organiser of the following international conferences
and workshops in 2012
General Algebra, AAA85, January 30- February 2, 2013
Quantization, topological models and generalized geometries, Bayrischzell, May 24-27, 2013
Galois Representations modulo p, June 17-21, 2013
Higher Algebra and Lie-innity Homotopy Theory, June 25-28, 2013
Geoquant 2013 in Vienna, August 19-30, 2013
ProbaGeo 2013, October 28-31, 2013
AA at UNILU(Algebraic Analysis and related topics), November 4-6, 2013
International Year of Statistics Conference, November 26-27, 2013
Higher Lie theory, December 9-11, 2013
Additionally, the members of the RMATH were active:
in numerous organisation committees, scientic committees, and programme committees of other
conferences,
in the steering committees of the ESF Research and Networking Programmes HCAA, ITGP,
as evaluators and panel members for research proposals presented to international and national funding
agencies, as evaluators of articles submitted to scientic journals, as evaluators of book projects suggested
to scientic publishers, and as members of dissertations and habilitation committees abroad,
as editors and members of editorial boards of international scientic journals.
Talks
83 presentations on international workshops and conferences (peer-reviewed), 50 invited talks at universities
abroad.
A small selection of research results
Koszulness of certain properads were established
Homotopy action on the Grothendieck-Teichmller group shown
Characterization of possible induced metrics and dihedral angles of convex polyhedra in the 3-dimensional
AdS space given
New approach to the Riemann-Roch-Grothendieck theorem via Hochschild homology and microlocal Euler
classes given
Classication of central extensions for multi-point Lax operator algebras obtained
Uniqueness of central extensions for Lie super algebras of Krichever-Novikov type shown
Entropy and eigenvalue formulas on manifolds under evolving metrics given
Stochastic approach to the harmonic map heat ow on manifolds with time-dependent Riemannian metric
developped
Projective symplectic groups of arbitrary dimension as Galois groups over the rationals realized
New links between certain subsets of primes and natural numbers given
Important improvements in the study of Fourier inversion type results obtained
The concept of preassociative function in the setting of associative varying-arity functions introduced and
investigated
Efcient computation of system signatures in reliability theory through the use of polynomial reliability
functions and their diagonal section performed
New entropic central limit theorems based on the use of Steins factors in any dimension derived
Explicit counterexample to a transfer principle between classical and free chaoses constructed
Covariant Koszul-Tate resolution in the frame of Derived Algebraic D-Geometry given
Categorical approach to determinants over graded-commutative algebra found
A new renormalization scheme for pertubative QFT given
Connections between Steins method and information theory studied
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Edited books: 7
Publications in refereed journals: 60
Publications in refereed conference proceedings
and refereed contributions to books : 10
Other scientic publications (working papers): 78
More information on http://math.uni.lu/
Publications
Links
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Bachelors Bachelor en Informatique (Professionnel) 24
Bachelor en Ingnierie (Professionnel) 43
Europisches Baumanagement 1
Filire Electrotechnique 4
Filire Energie et Environnement 5
Filire Gnie Civil-Construction 10
Filire Gnie Civil-Urbanisme et Amnagement du Territoire 9
Filire Mcanique Gnrale 6
Filire Tlcommunication 8
Bachelor en Sciences de la Vie (Acadmique) 5
Filire Biologie 5
Bachelor en Sciences et Ingnierie (Acadmique), Filire Ingnierie - Gnie Civil 1
Gnie Civil 1
Bachelor en Sciences et Ingnierie (Acadmique), Filire Ingnierie - Informatique 2
Informatique 2
Bachelor en Sciences et Ingnierie (Acadmique), Filire Mathmatiques 9
Mathmatiques 9
Bachelor en Sciences et Ingnierie (Acadmique), Filire Physique 1
Physique 1
Total Bachelor 85
Masters Master in Information and Computer Sciences (Acadmique) 15
Master en Dveloppement Durable (Professionnel) 16
Filire Energie et Environnement 16
Master en Management de la Scurit des Systmes dInformation (Professionnel) 15
Master in Integrated Systems Biology (Acadmique) 14
Master in Mathematics (Acadmique) 12
Financial Mathematics 6
General Mathematics 6
Total Master 72
Doctorats Docteur en Biologie 8
Docteur en Informatique 13
Docteur en Mathmatiques 1
Docteur en Physique 1
Docteur en Sciences de lIngnieur 9
Total Doctorat 32
Autres Diplme de Formation Spcique en Mdecine Gnrale 10
Certicat dEtudes Suprieures en Sciences Mdicales 53
Certicat dEtudes Suprieures en Sciences Pharmaceutiques 1
Total Autres 64
Total FSTC 253
DIPLMES EN 2013
FACULT DE DROIT,
DCONOMIE ET DE FINANCE
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RAPPORT DU DOYEN
Four-year-plan: 2013 was very much inuenced by
strategic discussions about the Universitys next
Four-year-plan 2014 2017. The Faculty dened
a policy in order to strengthen the two existing
priorities in Law and Finance and to establish
another strong pillar in Economics and Business
Education. The overall objective is a reasonable
growth both of nancial and human resources.
Support of professors by intermediate academic
staff and administration will be a priority for the next
four years.
Organisation: Emphasis has been put on the
improvement of quality assurance within the
Facultys management and administration. Further
measures to strengthen the service for external
affairs were also taken. In general, structures for
improving internal knowledge exchange and transfer
of information were reviewed. More specically,
administrative staff participated in a full day seminar
(admin day) related to the quality policy of the
Faculty. Procedures of internal feedback and review,
the satisfaction rate of the staff and lifelong
learning strategies were intensively discussed. In
addition, the Faculty introduced regular information
sessions aimed at newcomers to ensure a smoother
integration in the team.
Recruitment: Five associate professors joined the
Faculty in 2013. The Law group welcomed, in January,
Orsola Razzolini as Associate Professor in Labour
Law and then, in February Werner Haslehner as
Associate Professor in Tax Law. In January, Matthias
Brauer, specializing in Strategy & Organisation joined
the Management Group, which was also further
enlarged by Kathrin Hussingers appointment in
March in the same eld. Last but not least, Roman
Krussl joined the Luxembourg School of Finance in
May 2013 as Associate Professor in Finance.
Teaching: In February 2013, the Faculty successfully
launched the Executive Programme in Wealth
Management for Senior Professionals. In turn, the
Master in Wealth Management started in
September 2013. Moreover, the year was
characterised by detailed and diligent discussion on
the reform of the Bachelor in Law. The new
programme, focusing on an innovative and
interactive teaching philosophy, has been approved
by the Governing Board in December 2013 and will
commence in September 2014. Finally, the Faculty
hosted the summer session of the Facult
internationale de droit compar.
Partner and Community Interaction: ATOZ, SES,
Deutsche Bank and UBS, continued their valuable
support to the Faculty and again we organized
together a number of specialised workshops and
conferences on timely issues, which were well
received by their intended audiences. Special
attention was put on the project of a Memorandum
of Understanding with the Chamber of Commerce
that is ready for authorisation by the Governing Board
in January 2014. Together with the newly established
Max Planck Institute Luxembourg for International,
European and Regulatory Procedural Law, the Faculty
organised a series of distinguished events. A new
FDEF conference series successfully started with
important guest speakers like the President of the
European Stability Mechanism Klaus Regling.
In addition, the Deans Ofce participated in an
Evaluation project directed by LuxDevelopment and
went on a mission to assess the progress achieved by
the Faculty of Law of the University in Vientiane, Laos,
over the last three years of the project. Finally, the
Faculty engaged in activities in support of the local
civil society. Putting together a team for the
Luxembourg ING Marathon, the Faculty ran in support
of the association Femmes Dveloppement;
whereas in support of the work of the Fondation
Kraizbierg we co-organised an art exhibition with
works by artists from the Foundation.
Recognition: The Financial Times (FT) 2013 Master of
Laws Listing featured, for a third year, all three LL.M.
programmes offered by the Faculty as part of the
annual edition of the famous FT Innovative Law
Schools report. The report reviews major
developments in global legal education. 2013 brought
also remarkable successes for the 5 international
Moot Court teams of the Faculty with a total of
16 participating students. The teams competed in the
European Law Moot Court, the Concours Cassin, the
Frankfurt Investment Arbitration Moot Court, the
Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court and for
the rst time the Manfred Lachs Space Law
Competition. Finally in December, following the
required audit, the Faculty received the renewal of its
ISO 9001:2008 certication for another three years.
This certication recognises that the Faculty has
established and applies a quality management
system for the administration and the administrative
management of its activities.
Stefan Braum
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CONSEIL FACULTAIRE
Doyen: Stefan BRAUM
Reprsentants des responsables
des units de recherche:
David HIEZ
Henri SNEESSENS
Christian WOLFF
Reprsentants des directeurs dtudes: Mark COLE
Gilles CUNIBERTI
Jean-Daniel GUIGOU
Anke MSSIG
Elise POILLOT
Reprsentants des enseignants-chercheurs: Michel BEINE
Luisito BERTINELLI
Arnaud BOURGAIN
Antonio COSMA
Isabelle RIASSETTO
Reprsentant du Gender Committee: Luc HEUSCHLING
Reprsentant des assistants au Conseil de Facult: Daniel ROSENTRETER
Reprsentante du personnel administratif,
scientique et technique:
Gabrielle SCHULTEIS
Substitute: Anne-Marie VESDREVANIS
Reprsentant des tudiants: Bob Biver, LL.M. Droit Europen Gnral
Membres
Runions tenues : 10 runions et 2 retraites
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RESEARCH UNITS
3 Research Unit in Law (RUL)
The general ambition of the Research Unit in Law is to position itself as a centre of excellence bringing together a
team with truly transnational abilities, experiences, reach and outlook which develops its research activities in
European law, economic and business law as well as Luxembourgish law.
The team has strong interdisciplinary orientations and focuses on the problems and challenges of a global society,
while contributing also to the constant improvement of the Luxembourg legal infrastructure.
The central objectives of the Research Unit in Law are to:
Conduct pioneering research and offer excellent academic training in European, international, comparative and
Luxembourgish law which claries the relations and interactions between norms from these different levels.
Follow an interdisciplinary approach to research and academic training, combining philosophy, history, political
sciences, sociology, nance and economics, while applying also an innovative approach where comparative law and
empirical research methods are broadly used.
Concentrate on topics in which the particular context of the G.D. of Luxembourg offers specic opportunities in
its role as European capital, international nancial centre and home to innovative industries in the area of media,
telecommunications and e-commerce.
Form synergies with stakeholders and partners such as through the ATOZ chair in tax law and the SES Chair in
Space, Satellite Communications and Media Law. We want to contribute to research conducted in neighbouring
disciplines, for example in cooperation with the Universitys Interdisciplinary Centers for Security & Trust and
Systems Biomedicine.
Head
Compostition
of the team
Objectives
David Hiez, Head of Research Unit
Professeurs (18)
Pascal Ancel
Stefan Braum
Pierre-Henri Conac
Gilles Cuniberti
Rusen Ergec
Jrg Gerkrath
Matthew Happold
Luc Heuschling
David Hiez
Herwig Hofmann
Mahulena Hofmann
Katalin Ligeti
Eleftheria Neframi
Elise Poillot
Andr Prm
Isabelle Riassetto
Alexander Rust
Johan Van der Walt
Assistants-professeurs (5)
Mark Cole
Werner Haslehner *
Corrado Malberti
Sverine Mentrey
Orsola Razzolini *
Charge de cours (1)
Isabelle Corbisier
Professeurs invits (5)
Patrick Kinsch
Philippe Maystadt
Arjen Meij
Georges Ravarani
Jean-Louis Schiltz
* new in 2013 ** contract terminated in 2013
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Main Results 2013 has rst been the continuation of a number of ongoing projects. Nevertheless, it appears that the
recruitment of the last years begin to be fruitful and permits to multiply new activities and 2013 has also
beneted from new inputs.
First, two new colleagues have been recruited in European labour law and European tax law and one associate
professor will join us in early 2014 in criminal law. New young researchers joined the team in the main areas of
research. Moreover, the creation of the Max Planck Institut in 2012 brought new colleagues with whom we have
had the opportunity to build wider research projects: several conferences were indeed organized with the Max
Planck Institute in 2013.
The number of our conferences and lunchtime seminars shows the vitality of the team and the new thematics
developped: European integration in a philosophical perspective, developments in satellite law; and good results
in the internal research projects.
This appears with about 19 conferences (one of which took place in Cameroun), 22 lunchtime seminars, one
book presentation and 6 workshops in all the areas developped by the Department. Several main conferences
have been organized in European law, as well as in procedural law but also to appreciate the implication of the
fundamental rights. The presence of a Professor in legal philosophy allowed to open up the scope by a
theoretical aspect (European constitution, sovereignty in Europe). European criminal law remains very dynamic,
with wide academic and institutional partnerships, as well as international recognition through stimulating
funding opportunities.
This interests European law as well as business law. That eld has still been very dynamic, in the main eld of
company and banking law, but also in more specialized areas such as media and telecommunication (space
communication, EU audio-visual media service directive) or tax law (prot attribution to permanent
establishment, nancial transaction tax). A main focus of these conferences and research activities dealt with
possible answers to the economic crisis, by alternative experiences which could better t in the current
economic context (solidarity economy or social enterprises for instance).
The colleagues in European private law have continued organizing thematic series of lunchtime seminars,
notably about procedural law, as well as original workshops about examples of referred questions.
Our pedagogic activity focussed on the preparation of the new transnational bachelor in law, which will be
launched in September 2014. The Doctoral School of Law has reinforced its activity, offering a range of courses
and stimulating research environment for doctoral candidates. Several law doctors of the University have been
recruited as lecturers in foreign Universities and some have also recieved distinctions.
In 2013, 7 doctoral degrees in law were awarded to Boryana Stoeva, Sandrine Watthee, Laurent Kalshausen,
Lawrence Siry, Morgane Tighi, Aleksandra Pajic and Willy Tadjudje.
The team of the RUL has been strengthened with assistant-Professor Orsola Razzolini (formerly at Bologna
University) and Associate Professor Werner Haslehner (formerly at London School of Economics) as well as
a number of postdocs and PhD candidates.
Postdocs (12)
Cristina Contartese *
Emile Derlin Kemfouet
Claire Micheau
Brian Nail *
Grard Ngoumtsa Anou **
Luca Pantaleo *
Cecile Pellegrini *
Maria Pichou
Ioana Pelin Raducu
Ulrich Segna
Michele Simonato *
Xavier Souvignet **
Doctorants (situation au 31/12/2013)
Assistants (18)
Avec nancement tiers (18+3)
Sans nancement (18)
Collaborateurs de recherche (3)
Collaborateurs scientiques sur projet (2)
Secrtariat (2) (situation au 31/12/2013)
* new in 2013 ** contract terminated in 2013
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Centre for Research in Economic Analysis (CREA)
The Centre for Research in Economic Analysis aims at being a centre of research excellence in Economics and
Management in Luxembourg and the Greater Region. It seeks to contribute to the improvement and the
dissemination of knowledge in economics and management. Fullling this objective entails 3 types of tightly
connected activities: developing top-level scientic research programmes and networks, training our students
to the use of advanced economic methods, sharing experience and knowledge with other economic actors in
Luxembourg.
Our research activities are organized around ve domains:
Regional Development and Globalization: The analysis of economic interactions between geographical
entities (however large these may be dened) and their impact on development opportunities remains one
of the key research priorities. Such interactions work through trade, capital and labour mobility, tax
competition, environmental constraints, knowledge spillovers, etc. Agglomeration effects and location
choices also affect the productivity and the relative income of a region or country. The ongoing
globalization process makes these questions most timely, especially for a country like Luxembourg. In
2013, CREA obtained funding for two new research projects, one on tax evasion and the other on
occupational choices and migration.
Macroeconomics and Growth: This research priority complements the Regional Development and
Globalization one by focusing on specic macroeconomic issues and policies, calling for different
methodologies. The focus is on the determinants of uctuations and growth. Examples of timely issues are
labour market policies, demographics and growth, the role of capital movements, of nancial markets and
macro prudential rules. In 2013, CREA started a new research project on the consequences of wage
indexation, funded by the Observatoire de la formation des prix.
Strategic Organisations: The analysis of strategic behaviours encompasses both economics and
management questions. It is the theoretical framework needed to evaluate the impact of industry
regulations on competitiveness; it is also appropriate to examine strategic interactions between rms and
their impact on innovation and management practices. It can be applied to study the nancial industry and
nancial rms. In 2013, CREA obtained funding for a new research project on patents rights and knowledge
production.
Entrepreneurship and Corporate Governance: Innovation and growth are associated to successful
entrepreneurship and corporate governance. This research area is devoted to the conditions under which
new businesses can be successfully started and grown. Aspects of corporate governance such as risk
management, auditing and accounting are also crucial factors for the development of entities. The role of
asymmetric information and incentive mechanisms underlies these questions. It is another domain where
interactions between economics and management can be usefully exploited.
Empirical Methods: This research area is devoted to the study of empirical techniques relevant for
understanding and evaluating economic models using cross-sectional and panel data. Part of the research
effort also focuses on contributing towards the advancement of econometric methodology, for instance the
development and use of new statistical methods and tools to estimate and test micro-econometric models.
Head
Objectives
Henri Sneessens, Head of Research Unit
Authored Books: 7
Edited Books: 3
Book chapters: 33
Publications in refereed conference
proceedings: 17
Publications in refereed journals: 88
Other scientic publications: 17
Non-scientic publications: 18
Communications at academic conferences
and workshops: 5
Publications
Links Further information on the research unit in law and its activities is available via the following website:
http://wwwen.uni.lu/fdef/law
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Compostition of
the team
Main results
Professeurs (9)
Michel Beine
Denise Fletcher
Andreas Irmen
Christos Koulovatianos
Anke Mig
Pierre Picard
Patrice Pieretti
Henri Sneessens
Gautam Tripathi
Assistants-professeurs (9)
Luisito Bertinelli
Arnaud Bourgain
Matthias Brauer **
Antonio Cosma
Katrin Hussinger *
Nicolas Jonard
Virginie Terraza
Skerdilajda Zanaj
Benteng Zou
The research output of CREA in 2013 includes 28 articles published in peer-reviewed journals, 2 books,
1 chapter in a book of collective work, 31 publications in the CREA Discussion Paper Series and 3 non-scientic
publications. A majority of these works were written in collaboration with researchers from foreign institutions.
About 90 presentations were made in international conferences or foreign university seminars. CREA members
participate actively in international research networks (CESifo, IZA, CEPR). Research activities were also
developed with organisations in Luxemburg (BCL, STATEC, CEPS/INSTEAD).
The research articles published in 2013 came out in the following best-known refereed journals: Journal of Applied
Meteorology & Climatology, Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, Journal of Economic Dynamics & Control,
Journal of Economic Theory, Journal of Nonparametric Statistics, Journal of Public Economics, Journal of Public
Economic Theory, Journal of World Business, Strategic Management Journal. Articles were also published in the
following refereed international journals: Economics Bulletin, Economics Letters, Environmental Modeling &
Assessment, Industry & Innovation, Journal of Economic Integration, Journal of Environmental Economics and
Management, Journal of Futures Markets, Journal of Labor Research, Mathematical Economics Letters, Mathematical
Finance Letters, Review of Network Economics, Review of World Economics, Small Business Economics.
The research results obtained in 2013 and presented in the CREA Discussion Paper Series bear on the following issues:
Regional Development and Globalization: rms location; labour mobility; tax competition or coordination;
trade; urban structure; foreign direct investment;
Macroeconomics and Growth: population aging and growth; savings behaviours and nancial markets;
exchange rates; sovereign crisis;
Strategic Organisations and Behaviours: collusion; environmental externalities; competition and game
behaviours; marriage formation; business cycle uctuations and rms behaviour;
Empirical methods: efciency bounds in non-parametric models.
In 2013, four new funded research projects were started. CREA members also contribute regularly to the
economic policy debate in the media, and publish a monthly column in the Letzeburger Land.
In addition to the regular internal research seminar, CREA organizes bimonthly seminars with external
academic speakers, 22 speakers accepted our invitation this year.
The 3d CREA Conference Talk on Economics organized by CREA took place on the 29
th
of October 2013. Prof. Paul
de Grauwe, London School of Economics, developed his views about Monetary Policy and Global Capital Markets:
New Perspectives, New Opportunities, New Dangers and emphasized the role and responsability of a Central Bank.
Teaching programmes in Economics and Management are further consolidated. The Doctoral School in
Economics and Finance (DSEF), a joint venture with the LSF, organized on 16 October 2013 a Doctoral
Workshop where PhD students presented their ongoing research.
Professeurs invits (3)
John Bessant
Gaston Reinesch
Jacques Thisse
Postdocs (5)
Jean-Franois Carpantier
Quentin David **
Masashige Hamano **
Anastasia Litina
Ha Manh Nguyen
Laura Rovegno **
Alessandro Tampieri *
Doctorants (situation au 31/12/2013)
Assistants (7)
Avec nancement tiers (3+1)
Sans nancement (2)
(situation au 31/12/2013)
Collaborateurs de recherche (2)
Collaborateurs scientiques sur projet (2)
Secrtariat (3) => 2,1 ETP
* new in 2013 ** contract terminated in 2013
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Publications
Links
Two PhD students, Wessel Vermeulen and Ridwan Rusli, completed successfully their doctoral thesis and were
awarded a Doctoral degree in Economics.
During the year 2013, CREAs research team was strengthened by the arrival of Prof. Dr. Matthias Brauer
(Institute of Management, University of St Gallen) and Prof. Dr. Katrin Hussinger (School of Business and
Economics, Maastricht University), both professors in Management. The administrative staff was reinforced by
the arrival of Marina Legrand.
Books: 1
Edited books: 1
Book chapters: 1
Publications in refereed journals: 28
Other scientic publications: 55 (from which 31 CREA
Discussion Papers are downloadable from our website)
Non-scientic publications: 3
Communications at academic conferences and
workshops: 93
Luxembourg School of Finance (LSF)
Providing the highest quality in research and teaching is the general objective of the Luxembourg School of
Finance. Besides academic research, the LSF aims at the developing of research and teaching programmes based
on bilateral and well-balanced partnerships especially with the nancial marketplace Luxembourg. To bridge the
gap between academia and the nancial industry, many research contributions of the LSF apply quantitative
nancial economics methods to real-world problems of practical relevance to Luxembourgs economy.
The LSF has built competences in the following elds of research.
Quantitative Finance: Most research contributions of the LSF apply quantitative nancial economics
methods to real-world problems. The current interests focus around the recent nancial crisis and address
potential future crises. The LSF has also contributed research to potential challenges of Luxembourgs
market-place. The future risks of Luxembourgs pension system have been highlighted and a departure
from the pay-as-you-go system has been recommended. LSF-projects also address capital structure,
managerial incentives and impact of competition on risk and return in micro-credit and in the traditional
fund industry.
Risk management: LSF research projects have dedicated to the measuring of risks during the nancial
crisis with Luxembourg data. These projects have included market risk exposure in the hedge fund industry,
credit risk exposure in the securitization of loans to small and medium-sized enterprises, and market
liquidity risk exposure and the recent involvements of the central bank in nancial stability. To curb future
crises, the LSF has suggested contingent capital as an alternative nancing for the banking industry
Law and Finance: The LSF studies the causalities between law and the attractiveness of nancial markets,
and how this attractiveness develops over time. These studies include the relationship of international
bankruptcy laws, the implied design of the debt contracts, and the likelihood of ling for bankruptcy. Being
the Finance department of the Faculty Law, Economics and Finance of the University of Luxembourg, the
LSF sees great potential for future research in this area.
Experimental/Behavioural Finance: In experimental research, the LSF addresses regulatory issues in
institutional market design. At the height of the nancial crisis, short-selling of nancial securities was
banned from many exchanges. Experimental research of the LSF has shown that a ban on short-selling
curbs selling pressures and implicates a higher market price under controlled laboratory conditions. The
effects of alternative short-selling regulations that were discussed amidst the melt-down of the nancial
markets are currently examined in the experimental laboratory. Other experimental projects currently
conducted with LSF participation involve forecasting of asset prices, and initial public offerings.
Due to the impact and importance of the nancial crisis, many of the current research activities at the LSF
are generally concerned with nancial crises and particularly concerned with nancial crises that may adversely
affect the future of Luxembourgs economy.
Objectives
Further information on the CREA and its activities is available via the following website:
http://wwwen.uni.lu/research/fdef/crea
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Head
Compostition of
the team
Christian Wolff, Director
Professeurs (5)
Theoharry Grammatikos
Thorsten Lehnert
Rajnish Mehra
Tibor Neugebauer
Christian Wolff
Assistants-professeurs (4)
Jean-Daniel Guigou
Romain Krussl *
Jang Schiltz
Jos Van Bommel
Professeurs invits (2)
Matti Suominen
Tho Vermaelen
Charg denseignement
Neeru Mehra *
Postdocs (7)
Sara Ferreira Filipe
Lin Gao *
Xisong Jin
Yuliya Plyakha *
Yoichi Otsubo
Nikolaos Papanikolaou **
Kalle Rinne
Doctorants (situation au 31/12/2013)
Assistants (4)
Avec nancement tiers (5+4)
Sans nancement (3)
Collaborateur de recherche (1)
Coordinateur avec la place nancire (1)
Secrtariat (2)
(situation au 31/12/2013)
* new in 2013 ** contract terminated in 2013
Main results Core research output consists of refereed scientic publications, contributions to books, new working papers,
presentations at international scientic conferences and international conferences organised. The scientic
publications appeared, among others, in the following refereed academic journals: Journal of Financial and
Quantitative Analysis, Review of Finance, Journal of Banking and Finance, Journal of Futures Markets, Journal
of International Money and Finance, Journal of Empirical Finance, European Financial Management, Journal of
Economic Dynamics and Control, Theory and Decision, and the Journal of Financial Stability.
In June the LSF hosted the prestigious annual European meeting of the Financial Management Association
(FMA), one of the large professional associations of nance academics, which operates globally. This
conference was attended by some three hundred colleagues from all over the world and help place academic
nance in Luxembourg on the map. In July, the LSF celebrated its 10
th
Anniversary with a special conference.
About two hundred celebrants gathered in Neumnster Abbey and listened to an Anniversary Lecture that was
delivered by a distinguished speaker: Professor Finn Kydland, Nobel Laureate in Economics for the year 2004.
In October the 2
nd
Luxembourg Asset Management Summit was held. It was the second edition of a
conference that is annually recurring. The Summit brought together global specialists in Asset Management
research.
The LSF organises a lively weekly research seminar, typically with prominent international academic speakers.
Professionals of the nancial sector often attend these seminars. LSF staff members collectively undertook
the responsibility to contribute a monthly column to the newspaper Luxemburger Wort, in order to bring
research results closer to the Luxembourg public at large.
The LSF team was strengthened by the arrival of Associate Professor Roman Krussl, Post- docs Lin Gao
(PhD University of St Gallen) and Yuliya Plyakha (PhD Goethe University, Frankfurt), Lecturer Neeru Mehra and
PhD Candidates, Andreas Chouliaras, Xuecan Cui, Romain Decet, Yuehao Lin, Ali Nasser Eddine and Ren Wells.
In 2013, the Doctoral School in Economics and Finance (DSEF), which the LSF organizes in collaboration
with colleagues in Economics of CREA, and which one of the rst doctoral schools to be approved by the
University, gained further momentum. It is expected that the DSEF will continue to strengthen the research
activities at the LSF.
Two PhD students, Marc Boisseaux and Thomas Busch completed successfully their doctoral thesis and were
awarded a Doctoral degree in Finance. Invited Professor Theo Vermaelen and Professor Christian Wolff were
the winners of the 2013 IFMA Best Paper Award. The prize was awarded at the annual meeting of the IFMA
in December.
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Book chapters: 2
Publications in refereed journals: 7
Other scientic publications: Working papers: 22
Non-scientic publications: 8
Communications at academic conferences and
workshops: 30
Publications
Links Further information on the LSF and its activities is available via the following website:
http://wwwen.uni.lu/luxembourg_school_of_nance
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Bachelor Bachelor en Droit (Acadmique) 64
Bachelor en Gestion (Professionnel) 79
Filire Assurances 2
Filire Banques 23
Filire Entreprises 54
Bachelor en Sciences Economiques et de Gestion (Acadmique) 57
Total Bachelor 200
Master Master en Droit Economique et Europen LL.M (Acadmique) 38
Contentieux europen 14
Droit pnal europen des affaires 24
Master en Droit Europen LL.M (Acadmique) 26
Contentieux Europen 3
Droit bancaire et nancier europen 2
Droit europen gnral 10
Droit priv europen 11
Master en Droit nancier europen et international LL.M. (Acadmique) 54
Droit bancaire et nancier europen 32
European and International Tax law 22
Master in Economics and Finance (Acadmique) 17
Research Track 4
Traditional Track 13
Master in Entrepreneurship and Innovation (Professionnel) 23
Master in Financial Economics (Acadmique) 3
Master of Science in Banking and Finance (Professionnel) 50
Total Master 211
Doctorat Docteur en Droit 9
Docteur en Sciences Economiques 3
Docteur en Sciences Financires 1
Total Doctorat 13
Autres Certicat de formation complmentaire des candidats experts-comptables - Art 2$1 60
Certicat de formation complmentaire des candidats experts-comptables - Art 2$2 4
Certicat de formation complmentaire des candidats rviseurs dentreprises 57
Certicat en Droit Compar Gnral 30
Grands systmes de droits contemporains 15
Legal traditions of the world 15
Certicate in Wealth Management 19
Diplme Universitaire de Technologie en Gestion 71
Filire Gestion des assurances 1
Filire Gestion des banques 17
Filire Gestion des entreprises 53
Total Autres 241
Total FDEF 665
DIPLMES EN 2013
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FACULT DES LETTRES,
DES SCIENCES HUMAINES,
DES ARTS ET DES SCIENCES
DE LDUCATION
74 LE MOT DU RECTEUR
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REPORT OF THE DEAN
Organization and Structure
In 2013, two signicant changes took place at the
Faculty of Language and Literature, Humanities, Arts
and Education (FLSHASE). Firstly, after ve
successful years, Michel Margue completed his
mandate as Dean, and has taken on new activities in
research and teaching and new responsibilities at
University level as Special advisor to the President
for humanities and multilingualism.
The Faculty is greatly appreciative of his unfailing
commitment during this important stage of the
Universitys construction and development. In
November 2012, the Faculty elected Georg Mein as
new Dean. He took up ofce in February 2013.
Thanks to the close cooperation between him and
his predecessor, the change ran very smoothly.
Secondly, the Faculty merged the two research units
EMACS and LCMI. The main focuses of EMACS and
LCMI were Education, Cognitive Sciences and
Multilingualism. The newly constituted research unit
bears the name Education, Culture, Cognition and
Society (ECCS) and took up work under the direction
of Adelheid Hu on 1st of December, 2013. Thus, the
Faculty now comprises three research units:
RU ECCS: Education, Culture, Cognition and
Society
RU IPSE: Identits. Politiques, Socits, Espaces
RU INSIDE: Integrative Research Unit on Social
and Individual Development
In 2013, all research units were given the same
internal structure, their main research elds being
grouped into institutes.
Research
During the year, the Faculty acquired an impressive
number of third-party funded projects and further
increased the output of publications. The
international networking of the Faculty with
worldwide leading research institutions is visible by
the number of conferences with internationally
renowned experts organized in 2013 by researchers
of the Faculty.
To call only a few examples:
5th Expert Meeting on Mathematical Thinking and
Learning (March 2013)
European Conference on Data Analysis (July 2013)
11th Congress of the Fachgruppe
Gesundheitspsychologie der Deutschen
Gesellschaft fr Psychologie (September 2013)
MultiPluriTrans Emerging Fields in Educational
Ethnography (November 2013)
Finance and Human Dignity. What rights, what
duties? (November 2013)
Evaluation
The external evaluation of the university assigned the
very good grade A to the Faculty, with regard to
organization and management as well as with regard
to teaching and learning. In the eld of research and
innovation, the experts saw the Faculty on a good
path and gave the grade B.
The evaluation of the important study programme
Bachelor en Sciences de lducation was also graded
very successfully with the mark A.
Human Resources
At the end of 2013, a total of 409 employees were
under contract at the FLSHASE, an increase of 14%
in comparison to 2012. This can be attributed to the
success of the Faculty in third-party fundraising
almost 10 million in 2012 , by which 40 scientic
employees could be given jobs in different research
projects. 30 new Aides la Formation-Recherche-
Contracts for PhD and Post-docs were concluded
last year.
In 2013, the Faculty hired eight new professors
(2 Full-Profs and 6 Associate-Profs). In the RU
INSIDE, Conchita DAmbrosio, Professor of
Economics, received the second PEARL-Chair. In the
RU IPSE, Andreas Fickers has completed the team of
the historians with a professorship in Digital
Humanities. With Jeanne Glesener, Luxembourgish
studies could nally appoint a Chair in the eld of
Luxembourgish Literature, and with Julia de Bres,
it received another professorship in the eld of
Sociolinguistics. The Institute of Geography and
Spatial Planning is now also supported by Birte
Nienaber, Associate Professor of Political Geography.
In the RU ECCS, Pascale Engel de Abreu received a
professorship for Multilingual Cognitive Development.
Four senior lecturers were employed in 2013: In the
RU ECCS, Katja Andersen in General Didactics and
Pedagogy; in the RU INSIDE Thomas Marthaler in
Social Work as well as Isabelle Tournier in Gerontology
and Psychology; in the RU IPSE Mlanie Wagner in
Sociolinguistics.
Teaching
In 2013, the Faculty offered 4 Bachelors degree
programmes, 13 master programmes and
5 Formations Continues. A total of 2225 students
are currently enrolled in the degree programmes of
FLSHASE, including 179 PhD-students.
The process of student evaluation of the Bachelor
and Master courses was reorganized, and has led to
a signicant increase of the students participation
rate (71 %).
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Communication and cooperation
In 2013, the Faculty launched a number of new
measures to improve internal and external
communication. This included the establishment of
a media centre, the re-launch of the Faculty website
as well as the lecture series Research for Lunch at
the Cercle Cit.
Awards
Gabrijela Reljic (RU INSIDE) received the award for
the best PhD dissertation of the University by the
Amis de lUniversit for her thesis Is Mother Tongue
Important for the Academic Achievement of
Language-Minority Children? The Case of
Luxembourg, Serbia and Europe.
Pascale Engel de Abreu (RU ECCS) received the prize
Outstanding Scientic Publication 2013 from the
Fonds National de la Recherche (FNR) Luxembourg
for her publication Bilingualism enriches the poor:
Enhanced Cognitive Control in Low-income Minority
Children.
Future prospects
2014 will be devoted to the implementation of the
Universitys new four-year-plan. In addition, the
concrete planning for the upcoming move of the
Faculty to Belval has to be tackled.
Georg Mein
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Prof. Dr MARGUE Michel (jusque fvrier 2013) Doyen
Prof. Dr MEIN Georg ( partir de fvrier 2013) Doyen
Prof. Dr FERRING Dieter Reprsentant des responsables des units de recherche
Prof. Dr HU Adelheid ( partir de novembre 2013) Reprsentante des responsables des units de recherche
Prof. Dr MARTIN Romain (jusque novembre 2013) Reprsentant des responsables des units de recherche
Prof. Dr SCHULZ Christian Reprsentant des responsables des units de recherche
Prof. Dr TRHLER Daniel (jusque novembre 2013) Reprsentant des responsables des units de recherche
Dr GRETSCH Grard (BA sciences de lducation) Reprsentant des directeurs des tudes
Prof. Dr HARMSEN Robert (MA European Governance) Reprsentant des directeurs des tudes
Ass-Prof. Dr SIEBURG Heinz (BA cultures europennes) Reprsentant des directeurs des tudes
Prof. Dr STEFFGEN Georges (BA psychologie) Reprsentant des directeurs des tudes
Prof. Dr COLAS-BLAISE Marion Reprsentante des enseignants-chercheurs
Prof. Dr MEIN Georg (jusque fvrier 2013) Reprsentant des enseignants-chercheurs
Prof. Dr HEIDEMAN Dietmar ( partir de fvrier 2013) Reprsentant des enseignants-chercheurs
Ass-Prof. Dr SCHILTZ Christine Reprsentante des enseignants-chercheurs
Prof. Dr VGELE Claus Reprsentant des enseignants-chercheurs
BIRCHEN Marc Reprsentant du corps intermdiaire
Dr UHRMACHER Martin Reprsentant du personnel administratif, scientique et technique
PRM Agns Dlgue facultaire aux questions de genre
ZIMMER Timon Reprsentant des tudiants
COLLARD Dborah (Supplante) Reprsentante des tudiants
CONSEIL FACULTAIRE
En 2013, le Conseil facultaire sest runi dix reprises en Conseil ordinaire et deux fois en Conseil extraordinaire.
Membres
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The research unit Education, Culture, Cognition & Society was created as the result of a merger between the two
research units Educational Measurement and Applied Cognitive Science (EMACS) and Languages, Culture, Media,
Identities (LCMI). The process began in the latter half of 2013 based on recommendations from two recent
external evaluation reports, suggesting a clearer overall structure for the research unit with a more transparent
organisation. In particular, in the eld of education the existing expertise is now concentrated within one unit.
Given that one of the research priorities for the university in the next four-year plan will be focused on education,
this reorganisation allows for this priority to be tied closely to the new research unit.
A central goal of this reorganisation is to raise the prole and visibility of the research done in the areas of
education, culture, cognition and society and to build connections between complementary research elds. The
new unit consists of six interdisciplinary institutes and is home to over 160 people. Educationalists,
neuroscientists, anthropologists, linguists, psychologists, historians, sociologists and IT experts are working on
different research topics such as curriculum and policy studies, teacher education, cognitive development and
learning processes, migration and multilingualism in school and Higher Education as well as learning processes
across the life span. A particular emphasis lies on education in socially, linguistically and culturally diverse
societies.
ECCS has a strong focus on fundamental as well as applied research and aims to encourage connections between
a variety of approaches and research strands. Both qualitative and quantitative approaches will be of great
signicance. To strengthen international and comparative research perspectives on one hand and to accompany
and support the Luxembourg education system in close cooperation with teachers and schools on the other
hand, is of central concern for the unit.
Heads
Academic staff
Objectives
From December onwards:
Head of the research unit: Prof. Dr Adelheid Hu
Deputy head of the research unit: Ass. Prof. Christina Siry
Till the end of November
EMACS
Head of the research unit: Prof. Dr Romain Martin
Deputy head of the research unit: Prof. Dr Claude Houssemand
LCMI
Head of the research unit: Prof. Dr Daniel Trhler
Deputy head of the research unit: Prof. Dr Jean-Jacques Weber
Education, Culture, Cognition & Society (ECCS)
UNITS DE RECHERCHE
Professors (10):
Gert Biesta, Sylvie Freyermuth, Claude Houssemand,
Adelheid Hu, Romain Martin, Charles Max,
Sabine Krolak-Schwerdt, Justin J. W. Powell,
Daniel Trhler, Jean-Jacques Weber
Associate Professors (14):
Andreas Bund, Ingrid de Saint-Georges,
Pascale Engel de Abreu, Sabine Ehrhart, Thid Faber,
Andreas Hadjar, Claudine Kirsch, Dbora Poncelet,
Karin Priem, Christine Schiltz, Christina Siry,
Patrick Sunnen, Jolle Vlassis, Constanze Weth
Senior Lecturers (18):
Martine Ahlborn-Grosbusch, Batrice Arend,
Georges Barthel, Rginald Burton, Gilbert Busana,
Pierre Fixmer, Grard Gretsch, Victor Jovanovic,
Sylvie Kerger, Yves Kreis, Christian Meyers,
Nancy Morys, Marie-Anne Hansen-Pauly,
Robert (Bob) Reuter, Ingo Schandeler, Marc Wantz,
Jean-Marie Weber, Danielle Zerbato
Senior Researcher (1)
Raymond Meyers
Attract Fellow (1)
Samuel Greiff
Invited Professors (3)
Michael Byram, Bernhard Ebbinghaus,
Tom Popkewitz
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Other staff 5 Post-docs (AFR), 42 Doctoral Candidates, 4 Research Scientists, 7 Research Assistants,
49 Research Associates, 4 Technical Support Staff Members, 3 Research Facilitators, 5 Administrative Aids
New Structure
The new research unit Education, Culture, Cognition & Society has been established at the end of 2013. The
unit consists of the six following institutes:
Institute of Applied Educational Sciences
Head: Christina Siry, Deputy head: Claudine Kirsch
Institute of Cognitive Science & Assessment
Head: Christine Schiltz
Institute of Education & Society
Head: Gert Biesta, Deputy head: Daniel Trhler
Institute of Lifelong Learning & Guidance
Head: Claude Houssemand
Institute for Teacher Professionalization & Psychology of Education
Head: Sabine Krolak-Schwerdt, Deputy head: Jean-Marie Weber
Institute for Research on Multilingualism
Head: Constanze Weth, Deputy head: Ingrid de Saint-Georges
Projects
The following projects started in 2013 with an overall budget of more than 2.7 million:
ASPIN: Assessing Science Processes in Narratives: Building knowledge through collaborative assessment
(PIs: Christina Siry / Michelle Brendel (UR IPSE), Funding: UL)
EFC-LS: Educating the future citizens: Curriculum and the formation of multilingual societies in Luxembourg
and Switzerland (PI: Daniel Trhler, Funding: INTER FNR / SNF)
E-MOTION: Examining mindfulness of emotions in science teacher education (PI: Christina Siry, Funding:
INTER (Mobility))
FAMOSO: Fabricating Modern Societies: Industries of Reformas Educational Responses to Societal
Challenges (ca. 1880-1930) (PI: Karin Priem, Funding: FNR)
MEDIAT: Evaluation of the long term effects of mediation (PI: Raymond Meyers, Funding: UL)
T-DIVERS: Teaching Diverse Learners in School Subjects (PI: Justin Powell, Funding: EU-COMENIUS)
Approved projects in 2013 (to start in 2014) having an overall budget of more than 4.2 million:
4 of these upcoming projects are funded by the FNR (CORE) and 5 of them are funded by the UL (IRP).
AFR Grants & new PhD Candidates
New AFR grants (started in 2013):
Post-doc: 1 PhD: 9
Approved AFR grants in 2013 (to start in 2014)
Post-doc: 4 PhD: 1
1.7 million have been granted by the AFR in 2013.
New additional PhD Candidates in 2013: 8
International conferences
Symposium international: Conter et raconter: les formes simples voluant comme outil culturel dans les
contextes multilingues, 18 janvier 2013, Universit du Luxembourg (Organisateur: Marie-Anne Hansen-Pauly)
Between the National and the Global. Developments of Modern School Systems - Case Studies from
Luxembourg and abroad, 14-16 February 2013, University of Luxembourg (organised by Thomas Lenz and
Daniel Trhler)
5th Expert Meeting on Mathematical Thinking and Learning, 1 March 2013, University of Luxembourg
(organised by Christine Schiltz)
European Conference on Data Analysis, 11-13 July 2013, Abbaye de Neumnster (organised by Sabine
Krolak-Schwerdt and Matthias Bhmer)
Multilingualism and Mobility in Europe - Policies and Practices, 11-12 July 2013, University of Luxembourg
(organized by Ingrid de Saint-Georges, Jean-Jacques Weber & Kristine Horner)
The Practices in Making Practice. Registers in the Realization of a Concept. 17-19 October 2013, Abbaye de
Neumnster (organised by Daniel Trhler)
Main Results
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Publications
Links
Author of a book: 6
Editor of a book: 11
Author of a book chapter: 102
Author of a publication in a refereed conference proceeding: 14
Author of a publication in a refereed journal: 90
Author of other scientic publications: 52
Scientic presentations: 38
http://eccs.uni.lu
Multilingualism, Identity, Education - Asian and European Perspectives, 4-5 November 2013, University of
Luxembourg (organised by Adelheid Hu & Michael Byram)
Malaise dans la ville, 10-13 dcembre 2013, Universit du Luxembourg (Organisateur: Sylvie Freyermuth)
Awards
Jinting Wu has been awarded by the Gail P. Kelly Award for her Outstanding Dissertation in Comparative
Education (January 2013).
Gert Biesta has been awarded an honorary doctorate by the University of Oulu in Finland (May 2013).
Vincent Koenig has been approved by the Leibniz Gemeinschaft as coordinator for organizing a Dagstuhl
seminar on socio-technical security metrics. The seminar will involve 45 invited leading researchers from
academia and industry and is organized by an international team of researchers.
Pascale Engel de Abreu received the FNR Award for Outstanding Scientic Publications 2013 for her work
entitled Bilingualism enriches the poor enhanced cognitive control in low income minority children
(25 October).
Lukas Graf has been awarded the Best Dissertation Award, Higher Education Section of the Comparative
and International Education Society 2013.
Policy reports
The research unit published the following policy reports in 2013 (at the request of and in collaboration with the
Luxembourg Ministry of Education):
Forschungsbericht zur berarbeitung der Bilans intermdiaires in der Luxemburgischen Grundschule
PISA 2012: Nationaler Bericht Luxemburg
Rapport dexpertise sur le bilan de la rforme de lcole fondamentale
Other achievements
Creation and release of the spin-off company Open Assessment Technologies (OAT s.a.) in collaboration
with CRP Henri Tudor.
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INSIDE is an interdisciplinary research unit comprising researchers from psychology, sociology, economics,
educational sciences and social work. The main research framework is the study of individual and social
development. Research activities focus on elds, which are strongly affected by demographic, social and
economic changes. Currently, the unit conducts research projects within four main research domains including
several sub-domains:
Institute for Research on Health and Behaviour
Psychobiology of Life Style Diseases and Stress Disorders
Social Psychology: Health Promotion and Aggression Prevention
Self-Regulation and Health
Health Sociology: Evaluation and Socio-Ecological Determinants of Public Health
Disorders in Childhood and Adolescence
Institute for Research on Generations, Family and Life Span Development
Early Childhood: Education and Care
Youth Research: Context and Structures of Growing-up
Ageing and Life Span Development
Institute for Research and Innovation on Social Work, Social Pedagogy, Social Welfare
Social Inclusion
Transitions and Transformations
Institute for Research on Socio-Economic Inequality
Social Inequality - Sociology
Social Inequality - Economics
The overall objective of the unit is the promotion of sustainable social development in a changing society by
developing a set of core knowledge on a national and transnational basis for the domains under
investigation;
developing new training programmes for new skills and different target groups across the life span;
cooperating with and advising national and international stakeholders and decision makers.
Objectives
Integrative Research Unit on Social and Individual Development (INSIDE)
Head of the research unit: Prof. Dr Dieter Ferring
Deputy head of the research unit: Prof. Dr Helmut Willems
Heads
Professors (8)
Fernand Anton, Louis Chauvel, Conchita dAmbrosio,
Dieter Ferring, Michael-Sebastian Honig,
Georges Steffgen, Claus Vgele, Helmut Willems
Associate Professors (7)
Can Aybek, Michle Baumann, Werner Becker,
Ute Karl, Arthur Limbach-Reich, Ulla Peters,
Angelika Schlarb
Academic staff Senior Lecturers (6)
Petra Bwen, Claude Haas, Thomas Marthaler,
Andr Melzer, Romain Sahr, Isabelle Tournier
Guest Professors (1)
Jaan Valsiner
Other staff 4 Research Scientists, 1 Post-doc, 5 Research Assistants, 19 Research Associates (Post-doc),
10 Research Associates (Graduate), 19 Doctoral and Postdoctoral Candidates, 1 Research Facilitator,
1 Project Coordinator, 2 Technical Support Staff Members, 3 Administrative Aids
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Main Results On-going research and funding
A total of 41 research projects and 36 PhD theses have been or are currently elaborated respectively across
the four major research domains. All projects build on an interdisciplinary cooperation between INSIDE
researchers as well as national (ministries, public research centres) and international partners. Research within
the unit is funded by programmes provided by the European Union (EU), the programmes CORE, INTER and
PEARL Grant Award of the Fonds National de la Recherche, the University of Luxembourgs internal calls, as
well as several national partners. Among these, the Ministre de la Famille, de lIntgration et la Grande
Rgion, the Ministre de lEducation nationale, de lEnfance et de la Jeunesse as well as the Institut national de
la statistique et des tudes conomiques du Grand-Duch du Luxembourg are important partners.
Some major achievements in 2013
The research unit has been reorganised by building up four institutes each one dedicated to specic research
domains.
INSIDE has elaborated a concept for a Doctoral School in Social Sciences on Social Change and Sustainable
Social Development approved by the Faculty Council in July 2013.
Dr Gabrijela Reljic has been awarded the Best Doctoral Thesis Award by Amis de lUniversit.
The unit has been granted a Professorship on Social Business and Social Management sponsored by the City
of Esch-sur-Alzette.
Members of the unit organised, among others, the following international congresses, workshops, seminars
and lecture series in 2013:
Frhkindliche Bildung und Betreuung in Luxemburg (in collaboration with the research unit IPSE)
Fachtagung
Theorie Into Practice Theoriegesprche Soziale Arbeit Lecture series
Drei-Lnder-Summer School bergnge im Lebensverlauf (in collaboration with the Hochschule fr Technik
und Wirtschaft des Saarlandes (D) and the Berner Fachhochschule (CH))
11. Kongress der Fachgruppe Gesundheitspsychologie der Deutschen Gesellschaft fr Psychologie
MultiPluriTrans Emerging Fields in Educational Ethnography International Conference on Ethnography in
Education and Social Work
Transitions bergnge ins Erwachsenenalter Herausforderungen im Spannungsfeld von Heimerziehung,
Schule und Arbeitsmarkt Lecture series
SEMILUX Luxembourg seminars on social inequalities and public policies (in collaboration with CEPS/INSTEAD
and the IGSS)
Lectures series: Inequality and ? (organised in collaboration with several partners)
Publications
Links
Author of a book: 8
Editor of a book: 4
Author of a book chapter: 43
Editor of a refereed conference proceeding: 1
Author of a publication in a refereed conference proceeding: 20
Author of a publication in a refereed journal: 59
Author of other scientic publications: 49
http://inside.uni.lu
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Lunit de recherche IPSE analyse et accompagne de faon critique le dveloppement de la socit dans ses
aspects de cohsion socio-conomique et spatiale, de dveloppement culturel et identitaire, daction et de
programmes politiques. Les disciplines impliques sont les arts, les tudes de genre, la gographie, lhistoire,
les lettres, la philosophie, les sciences du langage, les sciences politiques et la sociologie. Lobjectif commun et
fdrateur dIPSE consiste en ltude interdisciplinaire de lvolution socitale, en particulier pour ses lments
identitaires. Les identits sont ici analyses dans leurs aspects constructivistes, volutifs et multiples.
Lunit de recherche promeut la rexion autour des grands dbats culturels, thiques, conomiques,
politiques et sociaux dune part et apporte dautre part une contribution scientique au dveloppement de la
vie intellectuelle et culturelle au Luxembourg et dans lUnion europenne. En ce sens, elle assure le lien entre
les socits et leurs interrogations et la recherche universitaire. Un accent particulier est mis sur larticulation
entre, dune part, le Luxembourg et la Grande Rgion, et dautre part, le Luxembourg et lEurope, dans une
perspective interdisciplinaire et compare.
IPSE accueille deux des quatre grands programmes de recherche de la Facult :
Le premier programme de recherche, intitul tudes luxembourgeoises (coordinateur: Michel Pauly)
contribue une prise de conscience plus claire de lavenir culturel, thique, conomique, politique et social du
Luxembourg, en tudiant linterculturalit, la variation linguistique, le multi- et plurilinguisme, la construction des
nouvelles identits, la cohsion sociale et lquit, les migrations, le changement des valeurs et des repres.
Le deuxime programme de recherche, dnomm Gouvernance europenne (coordinateur : Philippe Poirier)
tudie selon une approche comparative et interdisciplinaire, lintgration conomique et sociale europenne, la
nature, le fonctionnement et les processus de lgitimation des rgimes politiques de lUnion europenne et de ses
tats membres, la place de lEurope dans le monde et les intgrations rgionales compares, les politiques publiques
et les processus deuropanisation des lgislations, les fondements philosophiques du Fdralisme en Europe.
Le sminaire des doctorants dIPSE offre une plate-forme dchange entre doctorants et directeurs de thse,
des sminaires de mthodologie et loccasion de sentraner la prsentation publique des rsultats de sa
recherche. IPSE a compt environ 90 doctorants en 2013. Une proposition pour ltablissement dune Ecole
Doctorale IPSE a t labore et a reu un avis positif du Conseil facultaire. Elle sera prsente au Rectorat et
aux Conseils universitaire et de gouvernance dbut 2014. Le dmarrage est prvu pour septembre 2014.
Objectifs
Identits. Politiques, Socits, Espaces (IPSE)
Responsables
Corps Acadmique
Autres
Responsable de lunit de recherche : Prof. Dr Christian Schulz
Responsable adjoint de lunit de recherche : Prof. Dr Peter Gilles
Professeurs (16)
Marion Colas-Blaise, Andreas Fickers, Peter Gilles,
Robert Harmsen, Dietmar Heidemann, Markus Hesse,
Frank Hofmann, David Howarth, Harlan Koff,
Ren Leboutte, Michel Margue, Georg Mein,
Michel Pauly, Nathalie Roelens, Christian Schulz,
Lukas Sosoe
Assistants-professeurs (11)
Christel Baltes-Lhr, Andrea Binsfeld, Geoffrey
Caruso, Julia de Bres, Jeanne Glesener, Dieter
Heimbckel, Sonja Kmec, Benot Majerus, Birte
Nienaber, Damien Sagrillo, Heinz Sieburg
45 chercheurs en formation doctorale et 9 chercheurs en formation postdoctorale, 16 assistants, 3 assistants-chercheurs,
6 adjoints de recherche, 4 collaborateurs de recherche, 1 auxiliaire scientique, 1 ATTRACT fellow, 32 collaborateurs
scientiques, 2 collaborateurs techniques, 1 auxiliaire technique, 1 research facilitator, 3 supports administratifs.
Le personnel dIPSE slve ainsi 164 personnes.
Les activits de lUR sont coordonnes par un Conseil administratif et scientique (CAS) constitu de reprsentants des
programmes de recherche et des neuf instituts, ainsi que des reprsentants du corps intermdiaire et des doctorants.
Chargs de cours (10)
Viviane Bourg, Michelle Brendel, Paul Dell, Paul Di Felice,
Fernand Fehlen, Alain Nitschk, Agns Prm,
Denis Scuto, Gian Maria Tore, Mlanie Wagner
Chercheur (Senior Researcher) (1)
Philippe Poirier
Professeur invit (1)
James Robert Krueger
Professeur visiteur (1)
Robert Hanna
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Rsultats Parmi les nombreuses activits menes et acheves en 2013, on pourrait citer :
Du 24 au 25 avril 2013, lUniversit a accueilli le 5me congrs du rseau des associations francophones de
science politique. Organis par nos collgues en science politique, ledit congrs avait pour thme les
rgimes politiques et leurs transformations au XXIme sicle. Il a runi plus de 180 politistes des cinq
continents (www.luxpol.eu).
Le European Migration Network National Contact Point Luxembourg, coordonn par Christel Baltes-Lhr,
a entre autre publi un rapport politique ainsi que trois tudes dans le domaine des migrations
internationales.
La parution des volumes 2-5 de la srie Etudes Luxembourgeoises chez Peter Lang International a
obtenu un cho positif dans la communaut scientique comme dans la socit luxembourgeoise.
Grace un nancement Inter Mobility du FNR, Prof. Dr Robert Hanna, University of Colorado, Boulder/USA,
un des chercheurs internationaux les plus reconnus dans le domaine de la philosophie Kantienne
contemporaine, passe un sjour de recherche dun an avec nos collgues philosophes.
En septembre 2013, IPSE a accueilli la confrence scientique biannuelle du rseau observatoire europen
du dveloppement et de la cohsion territoriale (ESPON) avec la participation dune centaine de chercheurs
et praticiens en la matire.
19 thses de doctorat ont t soutenues en 2013 (dont certaines en cotutelle avec diffrentes universits en
Europe).
Publications
Links
Author of a book: 7
Editor of a book: 16
Author of a book chapter: 65
Author of a publication in a refereed conference proceeding: 5
Author of a publication in a refereed journal: 33
Author of other scientic publications: 58
Scientic presentations: 24
http://ipse.uni.lu
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Bachelor Bachelor en Cultures Europennes - Philosophie (Acadmique) 9
Bachelor en Cultures Europennes (Acadmique) 54
Etudes franaises 14
Germanistik 21
Histoire 19
Bachelor en Psychologie (Acadmique) 35
Bachelor en Sciences de lEducation (Professionnel) 111
Bachelor en Sciences Sociales et Educatives (Professionnel) 52
Total Bachelor 261
Master Master en Grontologie (Professionnel) 7
Master en Histoire Europenne Contemporaine (Acadmique) 4
Master en Langues, Cultures et Mdias : Ltzebuerger Studien (Acadmique) 8
Master en Mdiation (Professionnel) 2
Master in European Governance (Acadmique) 9
Master in Learning and Development in Multilingual and Multicultural Contexts (Acadmique) 29
Master in Modern and Contemporary European Philosophy (Acadmique) 7
Master in Psychology: Evaluation and Assessment (Acadmique) 9
Master in Spatial Development and Analysis (Acadmique) 5
Trinationaler Master in Literatur-, Kultur-, und Sprachegeschichte des deutschsprachigen Raums (UniLor / Uds / UniLu) 6
Total Master 86
Doctorat Docteur en Biologie 1
Docteur en Gographie 1
Docteur en Histoire 1
Docteur en Lettres 3
Docteur en Philosophie 1
Docteur en Psychologie 3
Docteur en Sciences de lEducation 2
Docteur en Sciences du Langage 2
Docteur en Sciences Politiques 2
Docteur en Sciences Sociales 3
Total Doctorat 19
Autres Diplme de formation pdagogique 177
Certicat de Formation Continue en Amnagement du Territoire 28
Total Autres 205
Total FLSHASE 571
DIPLMES EN 2013
86 LE MOT DU RECTEUR
LES CENTRES
INTERDISCIPLINAIRES : SNT, LCSB
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THE INTERDISCIPLINARY CENTRE FOR SECURITY,
RELIABILITY AND TRUST (SnT)
The Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust at the University of Luxembourg aims to become
an internationally leading research centre that in interaction with the faculties at UL and partners is capable of
establishing Luxembourg as a European centre for excellence and innovation for secure, reliable, and
trustworthy ICT systems and services. We target research and PhD education meeting the highest
international standards in domains that have high relevance for Luxembourg.
Core scientic and technological advances are required to develop secure, reliable and trustworthy commercial
and government services as well as network and communication infrastructures. Network and application
security are vital functions as these systems and services are exposed to threats in more sophisticated and
increasingly hostile environments. In ever more complex technical and nontechnical environments, reliability
requires its own design paradigm based on autonomy, adaptivity, and redundancy.
SnT is focused on interdisciplinary research, by taking into account not only technical aspects (computer
science and engineering) but also addressing business/organizational, human/social and legislative/regulatory
issues. The Centre has launched a partnership program where key actors contribute know-how and resources
to shape and build the Centre. Twenty Partners have entered long term research agreement contributing to
SnT development: P&T Luxembourg, Telindus S.A., SES S.A., IEE S.A., itrust consulting S..r.l., Banque et Caisse
dEpargne de lEtat, Luxembourg, CETREL, Red Dog, Ville de Luxembourg, Commission nationale pour la
protection des donnes, The Ministry of Economy and Foreign Trade, Luxinnovation, Fedil, Creos, the Defense
Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Delphi and Hitec, CubeLux, Buhr&Team, CTIE.
Objectives
Directors Prof. Bjrn Ottersten, Director
Prof. Thomas Engel, Deputy-director
Faculty
Researchers
Following academic staff is active at SnT:
Prof. Dr. Bjrn Ottersten, Director, Prof. Dr. Thomas Engel, Vice-director, Prof. Dr. Alex Biryukov, FSTC,
Prof. Dr. Pascal Bouvry, FSTC, Prof. Dr. Lionel Briand, FSTC, Prof. Dr. Mark Cole, FDEF, Prof. Dr. Mahulena Hofmann,
FSTC, Prof. Dr. Pierre Kelsen, FSTC, Prof. Dr. Yves Le Traon, FSTC, Prof. Dr. Romain Martin, FLSHASE,
Prof. Dr. Sjouke Mauw, FSTC, Prof. Dr. Charles Max, FLSHASE, Prof. Dr. Peter Ryan, FSTC, Prof. Dr. Jrgen Sachau, FSTC,
Prof. Dr. Christoph Schommer, FSTC, Prof. Dr. Leon Van der Torre, FSTC, Prof. Dr. Holger Voos, FSTC.
Jean Hilger got appointed Honorary Professor.
As at 31 December 2013, SnT employs the following personnel categories:
Category Headcount (# people) Full-Time Equivalents
Faculty 17 8.32
Research Fellows 12 3.38
Research Scientists 10 8.29
Research Associates (CDD) 64 57.94
PhD candidates 85 73.58
Managers 2 2.00
Support Staff 16 13.39
Interns & Students 16 4.74
Total 222 171.64
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Advisory Board
Industrial
Advisory Board
Milestones
The Advisory Board is chaired by the President of UL and has the following members:
Rolf Tarrach, President UL, Chair; Franck Leprvost, Vice-president UL, Martin Halliwell, CTO SES;
Jean-Marie Spaus, Director of the Communication Division, POST; Jean-Paul Zens, Premier Conseiller de
Gouvernement, Ministre des Communications et des Mdias; Manuel Fischer, Senior Vice-President, CETREL S.A.
The industrial Advisory Board advises the Centre management on strategic issues and provides a forum for fostering
interaction between the Centre and external partners.
Established Partnerships during 2013
Three new partnerships have been entered during the year 2013. The new partners are: CubeLux, Buhr&Team
and CTIE, bringing the total number of partners to 20. LuxInnovation and Fedil are network partners, their
contributions are primarily in the dissemination area.
Research Projects at SnT
In 2013, SnT has continued its strong development in all its activity areas. Research contracts exceeding
8.42 MEUR were entered during the year. 3 new partners joined SnT partnership program for a total
contribution of 1.19 MEUR. 5 EU projects, 1 ESA and 1 EDA projects were launched representing a total of
0.63MEUR of project funding. 9 FNR CORE/POLLUX/CHISTERA projects were awarded in 2013 as well as
14 AFR grants for a total of 6.37MEUR. ICST conference generated a turnover of 0.23MEUR in 2013.
Partnership Day 2013
SnT celebrated its annual Partnership Day on May 23
rd
2013. Sharing research goals in a bilateral partnership
framework with industrial partners is an important factor to prole the research strategies of SnT. The goal of
the Partnership Day is to provide the opportunity to the partners to personally present intermediate
partnership results to a larger public.
Best papers and awards
SnT researchers were awarded four best paper awards in 2013:
Visual Notation Design 2.0: Towards User Comprehensible Requirements Engineering Notations
Patrice Caire, Nicolas Genon, Patrick Heymans, Daniel L. Moody
21st IEEE International Requirements Engineering Conference (RE13), Rio de Janeiro, Brasil
Argumentation Theoretic Foundations for Abstract Dependence Networks
Patrice Caire, Leon Van der Torre, Serena Villata
2nd International Conference on Agreement Technologies, Beijing, China
A Multi-Objective Genetic Algorithm to Rank State-Based Test Cases
Lionel Briand, Yvan Labiche, Kathy Chen
Symposium on Search-Based Software Engineering (SSBSE), Saint Petersbourg, Russia
Attribute Decoration of Attack Defense Trees
Barbara Kordy, Patrick Schweitzer, Alessandra Bagnato, Per Hkon Meland
IGI Globals Fifth Annual Excellence in Research Journal Awards
SnT researchers were awarded four prizes in 2013:
Google Faculty Research Award of 50.000 US Dollars received by SnT Researchers from the research group
SERVAL (Yves Le Traon, Jacques Klein and Alexandre Bartel) together with some colleagues from
Pennsylvania State University (USA) and Technische Universitt Darmstadt (Germany)
SnT Researcher Ralf-Phillip Weinmann won a Google vulnerability reward worth 31 336 US Dollars for
reporting a trio of bugs in Chrome.
Dr. Patrice Caire and Dr. Grgory Nain received the FNR Award for Outstanding Promotion of Science to
the Public 2013 for their work entitled A Convivial, Private and Secure Home Care Assistant. Their research
looked at how an intelligent system can assist in improving home supervision.
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Events
Funding sources (MEur) University Partners EU / ESA FNR Other
Funding acquired in 2013 4.3 1.2 0.6 6.4 0.2
Income consumed in 2013 3.6 1.8 0.7 5.1 0.3
Veriable Voting Schemes Workshop, from Theory to Practice, 21-22 March 2013
ICST2013 - Sixth IEEE International Conference on Software Testing, Verication and Validation,
18-22 March 2013
Grand Region Security and Reliability Day (GRSRD), 12 April 2013
SnT Partnership Day, 23 May 2013
2nd Luxembourg Workshop on Satellite Communication, 23-25 May 2013
4th European Summit on the Future Internet, 13-14 June 2013, Aveiro, Portugal
STAST 2013: 3rd Workshop on Socio-Technical Aspects in Security and Trust, 29 June 2013,
New Orleans, USA
Summer School 2013: Verication Technology, Systems & Applications, 2-6 September 2013, Nancy, France
2nd International Workshop on Vehicular Communications and Applications, 7-11 October 2013,
Gttingen, Germany
Workshop at AutomotiveUI, 27 October 2013, Eindhoven, The Netherlands
Workshop: Making the most of Model-Based Design - Education Meets Industry, 14 November 2013
On behalf of The Franklin Institute Prof. Lionel Briand serves as a member of the International Selection
Committee for the 2014 Bower Award and Prize for Achievement in Science. The Bower Science Award is
given to a living individual without regards to nationality and includes a gold medal and cash prize of $250.000.
Financial overview
SnT activities have developed in 2013 to reach 11.5 MEUR. This represents an increase of 57% vs. 2012.
Externally-funded projects represent 69% of the total activity, with a strong predominance of FNR through
21 ongoing/awarded CORE/INTER/POLLUX projects, 44 current/approved AFR grants and 1 PEARL chair. SnT
partnership program reached 20 members, funding 16% of the 2013 activity. European activities represent 6%
of SnT activities.
Prof. Victor R. Basili, 23 January 2013
Prof. Paulo Estevez Verssimo, 28 February 2013
Prof. Rahim Tafazolli, 18 November 2013
Prof. Christoph Weidenbach, 28 November 2013
Prof. Nikolaus Forg, 12 December 2013
More details can be found at: http://wwwen.uni.lu/snt
Distinguished
Lectures
Links
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LUXEMBOURG CENTRE FOR SYSTEMS BIOMEDICINE
The LCSB is an Interdisciplinary Centre at the University of Luxembourg and combines experimental and
computational approaches to analyse complex biological systems and disease processes. The Centre has
established a highly interdisciplinary environment at the interface of experimental biology, bioinformatics,
computer science, physics and medicine. The main research focus is on understanding the mechanisms
underlying the development and progression of Parkinsons disease. A major goal is the development of new
prevention and therapeutic strategies for neurodegenerative diseases.
Objectives
Head Prof. Dr. Rudi Balling
Prof. Dr. Rudi Balling (LSCB Director and Professor of Biology), Prof. Dr. Jorge Gonalvez (Professor of
Computational Biology), Prof. Dr. Jens Schwamborn (Professor of Cellular and Developmental Biology),
Ass. Prof. Dr. Antonio del Sol (Professor of Bioinformatics), Ass. Prof. Dr. Ines Thiele (Professor of Systems
Biomedicine, ATTRACT-fellow), Dr. Karsten Hiller (ATTRACT-fellow), Dr. Paul Wilmes (ATTRACT-fellow)
Faculty
Research groups
Advisory Board
Established
Partnerships
Bioinformatics Core (Dr. Reinhard Schneider)
Chemical Biology (Dr. Alexander Crawford)
Computational Biology
(Ass. Prof. Antonio del Sol)
Developmental and Cellular Biology
(Prof. Dr. Jens Schwamborn)
Eco-Systems Biology (Dr. Paul Wilmes)
Enzymology & Metabolism (Dr. Carole Linster)
Prof. Dr. Rolf Tarrach (President), Prof. Dr. Ludwig Neyses (Vice-President for Research),
Prof. Dr. Eric Tschirhart (Vice-President for Academic Affairs), Alfred Funk (Director of Administration),
Prof. Dr. Paul Heuschling (Dean of FSTC)
The integration in both, the Luxembourg research landscape and the international research community are
a driving force of LCSB. The LCSB is forming strategic partnerships to internationally outstanding research
institutions such as the ISB in Seattle/USA, SBI in Tokyo/Japan, the Gladstone Institute in San Francisco/USA,
Caltech in Pasadena/USA, UCSD in San Diego/USA, the Helmholtz Zentrum Mnchen/Germany or EMBL in
Europe. They build a powerful research network with LCSB and are part of a knowledge transfer programme
that offers additional training possibilities to LCSB PhD students and postdocs.
Experimental Biology (Prof. Dr. Rudi Balling)
Machine Learning (Dr. Nikos Vlassis)
Medical Translational Research (Dr. Jochen Schneider)
Metabolomics (Dr. Karsten Hiller)
Molecular Systems Physiology
(Ass. Prof. Dr. Ines Thiele)
Systems Biochemistry (Dr. Ronan Fleming)
Systems Control (Prof. Dr. Jorge Gonalvez)
Using systems biology approaches, new potential drug targets will be identied and new bioinformatics and
computational biology tools developed to improve the predictability of the efcacy and safety of new
treatments. Disease pathogenesis is analysed in the context of complex biological network composition and
behaviour and perturbations in the homeostasis of physiological networks. Mathematical descriptions of such
networks are developed and used for the modelling and simulation of how diseases develop and how diseases
are inuenced by genetic predisposition and external environmental factors, such as toxic compounds, drugs,
nutrition or life style.
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Milestones In 2013, the LCSB had seen a rapid growth with the addition of six new research groups. It reached a total
staff of >140 people.
LCSB published 57 scientic articles in refereed journals in 2013. In addition, 3 new patents were led.
In 2013, LCSB secured more than 13.2 Mio of grant money. This includes several prestigious strategic
funding schemes from the National Institute of Health (NIH) and the US Department of Energy (DOE)/USA,
Federal Ministry for Education and Research (BMBF) Germany and the European Union, which further
consolidated LCSBs international research network.
LCSB researcher Dr. Enrico Glaab won the Global NeuroDiscovery Challenge of the US Geoffrey Beene
Foundation in a neck-to-neck race with Harvard. In a worldwide online poll scientists and interested citizens
voted for his research proposal on gender risk factors for Alzheimers disease.
LCSB established two spin-off companies in 2013: Theracule and Luxfold. They deal with the use of
zebrash as genetic model for pharmacological screens and protein folding prediction, respectively.
On 21-22 October 2013, LCSB organised the 2
nd
International System Biomedicine Symposium at Campus
Belval. During this event a list of highly acknowledged scientists, amongst which Nobel prize laureate Prof.
Dr. Bruce Beutler from the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center/USA, presented their latest
insights from the elds of Systems Biology and Systems Medicine.
LCSB succeeded in extending its strategic partnerships with renowned international research centres. As
one of the most important collaborations, a strategic relationship was established between LCSB and the
Gladstone Institute in San Francisco/USA.
LCSB was very productive in outreach programs, such as the FNR Science Festival and the organisation of
multiple visits of high school classes.
Workshops:
o UniGR Biomedicine, 22 January
o Chemical biology meets mouse genetics with Helmholtz Institutes Saarbrcken and Munich, 12 April
o Iron metabolism with MCISB Manchester, 3 June
o UniGR Big Data, 6 December
o Curation of PD-related molecular pathways, 9 December
Visits of various political key players, such as Erna Hennicot-Schoepges, 28 March
Symposia:
o Modeling Parkinsons Disease in Animal Models symposium, 21 May
o SYSMED 2013 summer school, 9-10 June
o ISB-LCSB partnership symposium, 10-11 June
o International Systems Biomedicine symposium (keynote speaker: Nobel prize laureate
Prof. Dr. Bruce Beutler), 21-22 October
Events 2013
Prof. Paul Keim (TGen, USA); 26 January
Prof. Steve Finkbeiner (Gladstone Institute, USA);
6 May
Prof. Fabrizio Stocchi (IRCCS Rome, Italy); 14 May
Prof. Blent Elibol (METU Ankara, Turkey); 28 May
Publications
Links
Distinguished
Lectures in 2013
Publications in refereed journals: 57
Book chapters: 5
Conference reports: 2
http://wwwen.uni.lu/lcsb
Prof Fred van Leuven (University of Leuven,
Belgium); 10 October
Prof Brit Mollenhauer (University of Gttingen,
Germany); 6 November
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Nominations ou renouvellement de nomination de professeurs invits par le Conseil de Gouvernance
Entres en fonction des professeurs
Sorties des professeurs
Facult Nom Prnom Spcialit Provenance
FDEF Bessant John Innovation University of Exeter
FLSHASE Ebbinghaus Bernhard Sociology Universitt Mannheim
FLSHASE Valsiner Jaan
Developmental and Cultural
Psychology
University Worcester (USA)
Facult Nom Prnom Spcialit Provenance
FSTC Bordas Stphane Ingnierie Cardiff University
FSTC Merkulov Sergei Mathmatiques Stockholm University
FSTC Schlenker Jean-Marc Mathmatiques Universit de Toulouse
FSTC Schwamborn Jens Sciences de la Vie Universitt Mnster
FLSHASE Biesta Gert Sciences de lducation University of Stirling
FLSHASE DAmbrosio Conchita Social Inequality Universit di Milano
FLSHASE Fickers Andreas Histoire University of Maastricht
LCSB Gonalves Jorge Sciences de la Vie University of Cambridge
Facult Nom Prnom Spcialit Destination
FLSHASE Lehners Jean-Paul Histoire Retraite
Entres en fonction des assistant-professeurs
Facult Nom Prnom Spcialit Provenance
FDEF Brauer Matthias Strategy and Organization Universitt St. Gallen
FDEF Haslehner Werner Droit Universitt Linz
FDEF Hussinger Katrin Strategy and Organization University of Maastricht
FDEF Krussl Romain Finance
University of Amsterdam
FDEF Razzolini Orsola Droit europen Bocconi University
FLSHASE Aybek Can Sociologie Hanse-Wissenschaftskolleg
FLSHASE De Bres Julia Sciences de lducation Universit du Luxembourg
FLSHASE Engel de Abreu Pascale Sciences de lducation Universit du Luxembourg
FLSHASE Glesener Jeanne Sciences de lducation Universit du Luxembourg
FLSHASE Nienaber Birte Politische Geographie Universitt des Saarlandes
FLSHASE Schlarb Angelika Psychologie Universitt Tbingen
FLSHASE Weth Constanze Sciences de lducation University of Education Freiburg
LCSB Thiele Ines Bioinformatics University of Iceland
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Sorties des assistant-professeurs
Entres en fonction des chargs de cours
Sorties des chargs de cours
Facult Nom Prnom Spcialit Destination
FSTC Scheuren-Morga Eleonora Sciences de la Vie -
FDEF Brauer Matthias Strategy and Organization Universitt Mannheim
FLSHASE Faber Tho Sciences de lducation Retraite
Facult Nom Prnom Spcialit Provenance
FSTC Schfer Markus Sciences de lIngnierie -
FSTC Dale Philip Physique et Matriaux Universit du Luxembourg
FDEF Mehra Neeru Finance University of California
FLSHASE Marthaler Thomas Sciences de lducation Universidade Federal de Pelotas
FLSHASE Tournier Isabelle Psychologie
Institut Franais des Sciences et Technologies
des Transports
FLSHASE Wagner Mlanie Sciences de lducation Universit du Luxembourg
Facult Nom Prnom Spcialit Destination
FSTC Mayer Robert Physique Retraite
FLSHASE Pauly-Hansen Marie-Anne Sciences de lducation Retraite
FLSHASE Wantz Marc Sciences de lducation -
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103 LES SERVICES
THE IT DEPARTMENT
LE SERVICE DES TUDIANTS ET DE LA VIE TUDIANTE
The IT department (SIU) provides support for all IT-related matters and organizes the IT infrastructure at the
university. Its primary activity in 2013 was the detailed specication of the future IT infrastructure in Belval and
the denition and execution of ve public tender processes for the realization of that infrastructure. Detailed
plans for network installations in the new university buildings in Belval were developed. Various key components
of the existing infrastructure were extended and optimized, for example the centralized storage infrastructure
and the virtual server environment. Integration of the university web site with several external applications was
improved. The implementation of a new Intranet site for university members was started, and development of
the ACME student information system was continued. The SIU also organised a total of 1895 IT-related
acquisitions (+9 per cent compared to 2012) and deployed around 550 new computers and 36 printers.
Lanne 2013 a permis au SEVE de gagner en transparence au travers de la documentation de plusieurs
procdures de travail, mais aussi par la numrisation des dossiers des tudiants, projet ralis grce ltroite
collaboration de lquipe ACME. Les documents contenus dans les dossiers sont visualiss dans ACME et
accessibles au SEVE mais aussi aux facults.
Le dveloppement de la vie tudiante a fait lobjet dune attention particulire, grce au renforcement du
Bureau de la Vie Etudiante. De nouvelles associations ont t cres, permettant notamment doffrir un
meilleur support aux tudiants dchange.
La nouvelle Charte Erasmus+ obtenue nous permet dassurer la mobilit des tudiants pour la
priode 2014-2021. Le ncessaire renouvellement de plus de 400 accords Erasmus a t engag en
n danne.
Si le nombre de logements tudiants est rest stable en 2013, plusieurs projets denvergure ont t
dvelopps, assurant 340 nouveaux logements sur le site de Belval entre 2014 et 2016.
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BIBLIOTHQUE DE LUNIVERSIT DU LUXEMBOURG (BUL)
QUELQUES CHIFFRES EN 2013
95530 Visiteurs (+1% par rapport 2012, +62,2% par rapport 2008)
46500 Prts - toutes bibliothques (+11% par rapport 2012) (chiffres navette exclus)
36880 Ouvrages reclasss en DEWEY
12848 Nombre dexemplaires ajouts au catalogue a-z.lu
10800 Usagers inscrits (+5,5% par rapport 2012, +48,2% par rapport 2008)
3820 Ouvrages commands pour les besoins du personnel
de lUniversit
(+8,4% par rapport 2012)
2865 Demandes en ligne des usagers pour le transfert dun
livre par navette entre les campus
(+13,4% par rapport 2012, +732% par rapport 2008)
715 Questions reues et traites par le service
Ask a librarian
(+60,5% par rapport 2012, +282% par rapport 2011) /
bibliotheque@uni.lu
625 Usagers ayant particips une visite ou ayant suivi
uneformation la recherche documentaire ou ORBi
lu
(+43% par rapport 2012)
490 Questions reues et traites par le service orbilu@uni.lu
22 Avril 2013 : Ouverture dORBi
lu
http://orbilu.uni.lu/
ORBi
lu
: Quelle visibilit pour les 10405 documents dposs en 2013 ?
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THE COMMUNICATIONS DEPARTMENT
MILESTONES IN 2013
Design and organisation of the Universitys 10th birthday programme, including the ofcial celebration, the
party for staff, a TNS IlreS citizens poll, video-statements, a micro-website, a press conference and other
communication measures (see page 33)
Co-organisation of the start of the academic year 2013/2014 and graduation ceremony of doctoral
students, in presence of the then Prime Minister Jean-Claude Juncker and 330 invited guests
About 100 press releases were sent out over the year, 75 % were published
Organisation of a Luxembourg visit for journalists in cooperation with the FNR and Luxinnovation, generating
press coverage in SaarbrckerZeitung, Trierischer Volksfreund and Deutschlandfunk
Handling of about 250 media inquiries
Presentation of UL research at a booth at the annual congress of german science journalists
Wissenswerte in Bremen
Design and relaunch of the homepages of two research units
Development of a new editorial charter for www.uni.lu editors
Production of a promotional web video Looking for a Uni? Follow me to the University of Luxembourg
Launch of a project for a new intranet platform, in cooperation with HR and IT departments
Design of a communication concept for the Universitys move to Belval in cooperation with Virginie Laye,
change facilitator
Events
Press relations
Online
communication
Marketing
Internal
communication
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LE SERVICE RESSOURCES HUMAINES
In 2013 wurden sukzessive wohlberlegte Umstrukturierungen vorgenommen. Neu ist der Bereich eines
HR Center of expertise. Hier wurden Erfahrung und Kenntnisse gebndelt. Von hier aus kann den anderen
Mitarbeitenden von HR besser der Rcken gestrkt werden.
Ein Einfhrungsprogramm fr alle neuen Mitarbeiter begann im September. Ein Tag mit Vortrgen ber die
Universitt, Rektorat, Fakultten, Zentren und Abteilungen, kombiniert mit einer Fhrung wird jeden Monat fr alle
neuen Mitarbeiter organisiert. Der nchste Schritt ist die Umsetzung des Compagnon Programs, in dem jeder
neue Mitarbeiter in den ersten Monaten der Beschftigen von einem erfahrenen Kollegen in der Abteilung
untersttzt wird.
Es wurde auch ein monatlicher Report zu HR-Zahlen eingefhrt. Dies wird helfen, die Zahlen robuster zu machen
und untersttzt zudem Fakultten / Zentren und erhht die Visibilitt.
Erneut konnte der Bereich einen Preis gewinnen, so wurde eine junge Mitarbeiterin als Young HR-Talent of the
year ausgezeichnet.
Besonders erfreulich ist, dass hnlich wie letztes Jahr im Finanzbereich auch in HR die Nachbesetzung der
Fhrung gut und geruschlos geglckt ist.
Schlielich darf nicht unterschtzt werden, dass HR Teil der Einfhrung des ERP-Systems ist und damit ein
beachtlicher Teil der Ressourcen gebunden wurden und ab 2014 noch strker belastet werden.
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LE SERVICE DES FINANCES ET DE LA COMPTABILIT
LE SERVICE DES INFRASTRUCTURES ET DE LA LOGISTIQUE
Natrlich stand das Jahr 2013 ganz im Zeichen der Ausschreibung fr das neue ERP-System. Und dies ist
hervorragend geglckt, sowohl inhaltlich als auch in der Form der Beteiligung der Gremien und der brigen
Abteilungen.
Aber dies war es nicht allein. Neben der steigenden Zahl an Auftrgen, bedingt auch durch den schnen Erfolg
unserer Forscher auf dem Drittmittelmarkt, wurden umfangreiche und zeitraubende Zuarbeiten fr das Budget
des Vierjahresplanes geleistet.
Der Einstieg in eine neue Darstellung der Budgetzahlen ist gelungen. Hier wurden die Zahlen neu aufbereitet. Das
Modell wurde von CG lobend gebilligt und soll nunmehr Leitplanke fr den zuknftigen Vierjahresplan werden.
Es drfte allen klar sein, dass die Ungewissheit ber das Budget sowohl Forscher, Lehrer, aber auch den
Finanzbereich tangiert, muss man doch mit bergangsmodellen agieren und kann eben nicht die normale
Routine abspulen.
Abschlieend sei noch erwhnt, dass wir die Versprechen weitestgehend einhalten konnten und noch vor dem
ERP, technische Lsungen fr Ausnahmeregelungen von den Finanzprozeduren und fr die Reisekosten
implementiert haben.
2013 stand bereits stark im Zeichen von Belval. Auch wenn der Umzug noch nicht stattfand, wurden jedoch
wichtige Vorarbeiten geleistet. Der SIL selber ist mittlerweile auf Belval, damit er nher am Geschehen ist und
sich mit den Gebuden vertraut machen kann.
Eine kleinere Umstrukturierung wurde insofern eingeleitet als die Reprographie auf dem Limpertsberg
zentralisiert wurde, damit die Ressourcen besser genutzt werden (Vertretung im Krankheits- und Urlaubsfall).
Zustzlich schafft man so noch Platz fr andere Aufgaben.
Viel Raum nahm auch die Planung fr das Gebude Biotech 2 bzw. Technoconsult ein. Hier sollen das LCSB
und die LSRU um die Jahreswende 2014/15 einziehen.
Fr den SIL steht in den nchsten beiden Jahren, gemeinsam mit der neuen Belvalgruppe, um einen
erfahrenen Architekten herum, die ganz groe Herausforderung an, nmlich den Umzug einer Fakultt und der
Verwaltung umzusetzen.
LE BILAN FINANCIER
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2013 2012
C. Actif immobilis 17,035,628.91 17,034,226.46
I. Immobilisations incorporelles 1,189,698.09 454,630.28
2. Concessions, brevets, licences, marques, ainsi que droits
et valeurs similaires acquis titre onreux
264,518.52 454,630.28
4. Acomptes verss et immobil. incorp. en cours 925,179.57 0.00
II. Immobilisations corporelles 15,842,927.81 16,576,594.17
1. Terrains et constructions 5,840,088.89 7,230,992.78
2. Installations techniques et machines 4,339,458.94 4,815,822.40
3. Autres installations, outillage et mobilier 5,663,379.98 4,529,778.99
III. Immobilisations nancires 3,003.01 3,002.01
3. Parts dans des entreprises avec lesquelles ltablissement
a un lien de participation
3.00 2.00
5. Titres ayant le caractre dimmobilisations 3,000.01 3,000.01
D. Actif circulant 73,751,326.64 67,182,918.83
I. Stocks 3,465,223.40 3,569,948.72
5. Travaux en cours pour projets 3,465,223.40 3,569,948.72
II. Crances 11,008,127.96 10,035,521.25
1. Crances rsultant des activits de lUL 10,703,215.47 9,638,606.14
a) dont la dure rsiduelle est infrieure ou gale un an 10,703,215.47 9,638,606.14
4. Autres crances 304,912.49 396,915.11
a) dont la dure rsiduelle est infrieure ou gale un an 304,912.49 396,915.11
IV. Avoirs en banques, avoirs en compte de chques postaux,
chques et en caisse
59,277,975.28 53,577,448.86
E. Comptes de rgularisation 1,233,986.99 1,287,703.34
Total de lactif 92,020,942.54 85,504,848.63
BILAN AU 31 DCEMBRE 2013 (Exprim en euro)
Actif
Les notes gurant en annexe font partie intgrante des comptes annuels
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Passif 2013 2012
A. Fonds propres 28,180,178.68 31,831,523.11
I. Dotation initiale 5,410,441.00 5,410,441.00
V. Rsultats reports 9,386,855.65 7,508,833.25
VI. Rsultat de lexercice -3,652,746.88 1,878,022.40
VII. Subventions dinvestissement 17,035,628.91 17,034,226.46
C. Provisions 9,311,430.89 6,052,192.47
3. Autres provisions 9,311,430.89 6,052,192.47
D. Dettes non subordonnes 22,107,229.52 15,832,835.08
4. Dettes sur achats et prestations de services
a) dont la dure rsiduelle est infrieure ou gale un an 11,239,209.43 8,841,159.12
8. Dettes scales et dettes au titre de la scurit sociale 8,048,185.33 4,597,781.83
a) Dettes scales 3,341,835.23 2,289,932.80
b) Dettes au titre de la scurit sociale 4,706,350.10 2,307,849.03
9. Autres dettes
a) dont la dure rsiduelle est infrieure ou gale un an 2,819,834.76 2,393,894.13
E. Comptes de rgularisation 32,422,103.45 31,788,297.97
Total du passif 92,020,942.54 85,504,848.63
Les notes gurant en annexe font partie intgrante des comptes annuels
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Les notes gurant en annexe font partie intgrante des comptes annuels
COMPTE DE PROFITS ET PERTES DE LEXERCICE
SE CLTURANT LE 31 DCEMBRE 2013 (Exprim en euro)
2013 2012
A. CHARGES
2 a) Consommation de matires premires et consommables 3,960,047.29 4,340,965.38
b) Autres charges externes 26,521,302.59 22,342,480.01
3. Frais de personnel 95,727,637.45 79,958,826.89
a) Salaires et traitements 83,313,666.96 69,574,932.40
b) Charges sociales couvrant les salaires et traitements 12,023,535.65 10,145,640.88
c) Pensions complmentaires 390,434.84 238,253.61
4. a) Corrections de valeur sur immobilisations
corporelles et incorporelles
6,474,356.72 7,198,009.20
b) Corrections de valeur sur lments de lactif circulant 878,821.45 209,595.07
5. Autres charges dexploitation 21,458,461.15 21,059,901.00
6. Corrections de valeur sur immobilisations nancires et sur
valeurs mobilires faisant partie de lactif circulant
1,002,499.00 0.00
7. Intrts et autres charges nancires
b) autres intrts et charges 12,248.38 15,468.14
8. Frais de recherche (hors frais de personnel) 15,259,686.69 11,763,235.51
9. Rmunration du personnel de lEtat rmunr par lEtat 7,531,877.29 8,029,234.22
13. Rsultat de lexercice 0.00 1,878,022.40
Total des charges 178,826,938.01 156,795,737.82
B. PRODUITS
1. Produits des activits annexes 6,950,238.36 5,361,615.42
2. Augmentation des travaux en cours pour projets -104,725.32 -904,496.60
3. Reprises de corrections de valeur sur lments de lactif circulant 283,792.27 537,815.83
4. Autres produits dexploitation 30,727,490.14 22,769,595.74
7. Autres intrts et autres produits nanciers 55,252.63 112,200.24
8. a) Contributions nancires nettes reues de ltat 129,425,839.11 122,566,260.65
b) Financement du personnel de lEtat rmunr par lEtat 7,531,877.29 8,029,234.22
c) Contributions autres 304,426.65 -1,676,487.68
10. Rsultat de lexercice 3,652,746.88 0.00
Total des produits 178,826,938.01 156,795,737.82
ACTIVITY REPORT RESEARCH
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ACIVITY REPORT RESEARCH 2013
PROJECT APPLICATIONS ACCEPTED (UNTIL 31 DECEMBER 2013)
EU 7
ERC 1
FNR 154
AFR POSTDOC 34
AFR PHD 60
PEARL as coordinator 1
PEARL as partner 1
CORE as coordinator 16
CORE as partner 1
OPEN 2
INTER MOBILITY 5
INTER 5
SCIENCE FESTIVAL 6
ANR 1
POLLUX 2
RESCOM 21
INTERNAL RESEARCH PROJECTS 15
OTHER FUNDING SOURCES 31
TOTAL ACCEPTED 161
PUBLICATIONS
Authored books 31
Edited books 53
Book chapters 145
Refereed journal publications 633
Refereed conference publications 353
Other scientic publications 361
UL CONTRIBUTION in M Euro
INTERNAL RESEARCH PROJECTS & STARTING BUDGET 5.6
External income for research (under review, until annual accounts are being closed) in M Euro
FNR 21.2
EU 4.1
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Facult Catgorie personnel Headcount ETP
Administration centrale
Rectorat 5 5,00
Corps acadmique 1 1,00
Personnel administratif 157 141,25
Personnel technique 47 41,38
Collaborateur projet 2 1,75
Total 212 190,38
FSTC
Dcanat 1 1,00
Collaborateur projet 35 34,00
Corps acadmique 69 69,00
Corps intermdiaire 169 168,50
Personnel administratif 28 22,55
Personnel scientique 26 25,00
Personnel technique 28 27,80
Total 356 347,85
FDEF
Dcanat 1 1,00
Collaborateur projet 9 8,85
Corps acadmique 51 50,50
Corps intermdiaire 80 79,50
Personnel administratif 29 27,00
Personnel scientique 5 4,50
Personnel technique 0 0,00
Total 175 171,35
FLSHASE
Dcanat 1 1,00
Collaborateur projet 92 82,15
Corps acadmique 97 94,50
Corps intermdiaire 139 138,50
Personnel administratif 38 36,15
Personnel scientique 30 25,45
Personnel technique 7 6,40
Total 404 384,15
SnT
Direction 1 1,00
Collaborateur projet 68 65,80
Corps acadmique 1 1,00
Corps intermdiaire 85 85,00
Personnel administratif 12 11,50
Personnel scientique 1 1,00
Personnel technique 0 0,00
Total 168 165,30
LCSB
Direction 1 1,00
Collaborateur projet 84 81,98
Corps acadmique 5 5,00
Corps intermdiaire 32 32,00
Personnel administratif 12 12,35
Personnel scientique 4 3,80
Personnel technique 7 6,80
Total 145 142,93
Total Universit 1,460 1401,95
dont doctorants avec contrat de travail 404
Professeurs invits 23
Enseignants-vacataires 731
GRAND TOTAL 2,214
RESSOURCES HUMAINES
Note1: Etudiant-salari 166
Remarques:
Depuis le 01/01/2011 le corps intermdiaire regroupe les assistants du corps intermdiaire, doctorants sur projets,
chercheur en formation doctorale et postdoctorale ainsi que les assistants-chercheurs.
Dans les 2 centres interdisciplinaires les tches du corps acadmique ne comportent pas denseignement.
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Diplms
tudiants inscrits en
hiver 2013/2014 par
facult et niveau
dtude
H-13/14 % % H-12/13 H-11/12
6 157 100% -2% 6 288 5 844
Luxembourg 2 832 46% -5% 2 981 2 671
trangers UE27 2 670 43% 0% 2 670 2 405
France 879 14% -5% 923 773
Allemagne 502 8% 5% 480 418
Belgique 377 6% 4% 364 327
Portugal 328 5% -10% 364 315
Autres trangers 655 11% 3% 637 610
Etrangers rsidents 3 409 55% -5% 3 600 3 254
Etrangers mobiles 2 748 45% 2% 2 688 2 432
12-13 % 11-12 10-11 09-10 08-09 07-08
Diplms total UL 1 489 26% 1 183 1 376 1 298 1 246 1 221
dont Diplms Bologne 979 14% 860 914 796 609 338
Bachelor 546 3% 530 549 518 386 167
Master 369 39% 266 287 232 198 163
Doctorat 64 12% 57 65 45 25 8
Autres diplmes/certicats 510 60% 319 454 501 637 883
Diplms total FSTC 253 25% 202 228 216 204 226
dont Diplms FSTC Bologne 189 29% 146 152 143 89 59
Bachelor 85 42% 60 84 82 69 35
Master 72 36% 53 41 32 3 18
Doctorat 32 -3% 33 27 29 17 6
Autres diplmes/certicats 64 14% 56 76 73 115 167
Diplms total FDEF 665 10% 602 630 548 561 491
dont Diplms FDEF Bologne 424 7% 397 448 354 257 162
Bachelor 200 -23% 259 229 211 104 41
Master 211 61% 131 208 136 151 121
Doctorat 13 86% 7 11 7 2 0
Autres diplmes/certicats 241 18% 205 182 194 304 329
Diplms total FLSHASE 571 51% 379 518 534 481 504
dont Diplms FLSHASE
Bologne
366 15% 317 314 299 263 117
Bachelor 261 24% 211 236 225 213 91
Master 86 -3% 89 51 65 44 24
Doctorat 19 12% 17 27 9 6 2
Autres diplmes/certicats 205 231% 62 204 235 218 387
128 LES STATISTIQUES TUDIANTS
Etudiants inscrits
en Bachelor par
facult
H-13/14 H-12/13 H-11/12 H-10/11
Total UL 3 288 3 435 3 222 3 093
FSTC 749 811 717 710
FDEF 1 351 1 397 1 334 1 216
FLSHASE 1 188 1 227 1 171 1 167
Etudiants inscrits en
Master par facult
H-13/14 H-12/13 H-11/12 H-10/11
Total UL 1 183 1,128 1 098 900
FSTC 241 258 247 215
FDEF 439 424 370 315
FLSHASE 503 446 481 370
Etudiants inscrits
en Doctorat par
facult
H-13/14 H-12/13 H-11/12 H-10/11
Total UL 545 459 390 358
FSTC 268 218 185 158
FDEF 98 87 71 72
FLSHASE 179 154 134 128
Etudiants inscrits
dans les autres
formations (non
Bologne)
H-13/14 H-12/13 H-11/12 H-10/11
Total UL 1 141 1 255 976 826
FSTC 46 59 51 41
FDEF 740 748 640 568
FLSHASE 355 448 285 217
Auditeurs libres 192 222 136 -
Etudiants Grand rgion 16 - - -
Etudiants en
programme
dchange
international
12-13 % 11-12 10-11 09-10 08-09 07-08
Etudiants change incoming
182 10% 165 163 128 142 69
Bachelor
83 -1% 84 85 63 57 37
Erasmus
71 9% 65 75 46 47 29
Autres accords
9 -25% 12 10 10 - 6
Free movers
3 -57% 7 - 7 10 2
Master
99 22% 81 78 65 85 32
Erasmus
43 -4% 45 40 37 72 29
Autres accords
54 64% 33 35 27 12 2
Free movers
2 -33% 3 3 1 1 1
Etudiants change outgoing
583 -13% 672 596 521 486 463
Bachelor
569 -12% 643 580 519 472 459
Erasmus
471 -8% 512 409 373 342 307
Autres accords
46 -15% 54 102 66 57 85
Free movers
52 -32% 77 69 80 73 67
Master
14 -52% 29 16 2 14 4
Erasmus
11 -39% 18 12 - 6 3
Autres accords
3 -63% 8 3 - 8 -
Free movers
- - 3 1 2 - 1
129 LES STATISTIQUES TUDIANTS
Dtails des
nationalits
Diffrent Nationalits
107
(*) auto dclaration
Luxembourg 2 941 46,2%
France 904 14,2%
Germany 521 8,2%
Belgium 390 6,1%
Portugal 330 5,2%
Italy 153 2,4%
Romania 78 1,2%
Greece 64 1,0%
Spain 60 0,9%
Cameroon 59 0,9%
China 59 0,9%
Russian Federation 47 0,7%
Poland 42 0,7%
Senegal 41 0,6%
Iran, Islamic Republic of 38 0,6%
Netherlands 34 0,5%
United Kingdom 32 0,5%
Northern America-United States of America 31 0,5%
Bulgaria 29 0,5%
India 23 0,4%
Ukraine 23 0,4%
Turkey 20 0,3%
Algeria 17 0,3%
Morocco 17 0,3%
Canada 16 0,3%
Bosnia and Herzegovina 15 0,2%
Tunisia 15 0,2%
Austria 14 0,2%
Hungary 13 0,2%
Kosovo 13 0,2%
Slovenia 13 0,2%
Belarus 12 0,2%
Brazil 11 0,2%
Finland 11 0,2%
Latvia 11 0,2%
Czech Republic 10 0,2%
Denmark 10 0,2%
Switzerland 10 0,2%
Colombia 9 0,1%
Czechoslovakia (*) 9 0,1%
Mexico 9 0,1%
Lebanon 8 0,1%
Lithuania 8 0,1%
Egypt 7
Montenegro 7
Pakistan 7
Slovak Republic 7
Togo 7
Cte dIvoire 6
Guinea 6
Mauritius 6
Mongolia 6
Viet Nam 6
Argentina 5
Ireland 5
Japon 5
Moldova, Republic of 5
Sweden 5
Albania 4
Benin 4
Croatia 4
Estonia 4
Iceland 4
Syrian Arab Republic 4
Armenia 3
Cambodia 3
Congo 3
Democratic Republic of the Congo 3
Dominican Republic 3
Kazakstan 3
Nepal 3
Nigeria 3
Norway 3
Peru 3
Rwanda 3
Yugoslav (The Former) Rep. of Macedonia 3
Australia 2
Azerbaijan 2
Bangladesh 2
Cape Verde 2
China, Hong Kong Special Administrative
Region
2
Korea (Republic of) 2
Malaysia 2
Afghanistan 1
Angola 1
Burundi 1
Chile 1
Djibouti 1
Ecuador 1
El Salvador 1
Georgia 1
Indonesia 1
Iraq 1
Jordan 1
Kenya 1
Liechtenstein 1
Madagascar 1
Malawi 1
Mali 1
Mauritania 1
Mozambique 1
Palestinian Autonomous Territories 1
Philippines 1
Singapore 1
Thailand 1
Uzbekistan 1
Vanuatu 1
Zambia 1
Not specied 6
130 LES STATISTIQUES TUDIANTS
SOUTENANCES DE THSE DE DOCTORAT 2013
Facult Nom Prnom Intitul du diplme Intitul de la thse Date
FSTC ALELUIA DA
SILVA REIS
Lara Docteur en Sciences de
lIngnieur
Development and Application of an Asymptotic Level Transport Pollution
Model for Luxembourg Energy Air Quality Project
1/28/2013
FSTC AMRANI Moussa Docteur en Informatique Towards the Formal Analysis of Model Transformations 11/5/2013
FSTC BERTHOLON Benoit Docteur en Informatique CertiCloud and JShadObf. Toward Integrity and Software Protection in
Cloud Computing Platforms
12/20/2013
FSTC BONAVOLONTA Giuseppe Docteur en
Mathmatiques
Derived D-Geometry and Field Theory 10/23/2013
FSTC BOUGNAUD Sbastien Docteur en Biologie Characterization of orthotopic glioblastoma xenografts in GFP expressing
mice and comparison with rat xenografts
4/10/2013
FSTC CARTON Julien Docteur en Sciences de
lIngnieur
Efcacit nergtique et fonctionnalit de btiments existants quips
de faades double peau
7/2/2013
FSTC DIAS Vincent Docteur en Sciences de
lIngnieur
Development of Adhesives Constitutive Material Laws for the
Assessment of Bonded Steel to Glass Partial Composite Beams
11/8/2013
FSTC DONG Naipeng Docteur en Informatique Enforced privacy: from practice to theory 11/18/2013
FSTC EL KHARBILI Marwane Docteur en Informatique Enterprise Management of Regulatory Compliance 7/22/2013
FSTC FRANCK Christian Docteur en Informatique On Intersection Codes and Iterative Decoding 2/1/2013
FSTC GBLER Karoline Docteur en Biologie Twilight of the Gods Combined Inhibition of Janus and Aurora
Kinases as a New Treatment Option in Myeloproliferative Neoplasms.
1/21/2013
FSTC GALLAIS Jean-Francois Docteur en Informatique Microarchitectural Side-Channel Attacks 2/5/2013
FSTC HADZIC Ermin Docteur en Biologie Regulation and activity of the tumor suppressor protein Tes 12/6/2013
FSTC ISTOAN Paul Alexandru Docteur en Informatique Methodology for the derivation of product behaviour in a Software
Product Line
2/21/2013
FSTC JOSTOCK Markus Docteur en Sciences de
lIngnieur
Stabilitt wechselrichtergefhrter Inselnetze 6/24/2013
FSTC KHUDAVERDYAN David Docteur en
Mathmatiques
Higher Lie and Leibniz algebras 9/11/2013
FSTC KLASEN Bernd Docteur en Informatique Socially Augmented Content Distribution in Hybrid Networks 6/14/2013
FSTC MAHOWALD Jean Docteur en Sciences de
lIngnieur
Evaluation of Dynamic Damage Indicators on Real-Life Civil Engineering
Structures: Measurement Uncertainty and Environmental Inuences
considered
5/8/2013
FSTC MAY Andreas Docteur en Sciences de
lIngnieur
Zum Tragverhalten von Verbunddecken mit Holzleichtbeton im Hochbau 9/27/2013
FSTC MELISSEN Matthijs Docteur en Informatique Game-theory and Logic for Non-repudiation Protocols and Attack
Analysis
10/14/2013
FSTC MOSER Hubert Docteur en Sciences de
lIngnieur
Systems Engineering, Systems Thinking, and Learning: a Case Study in
Space Industry
3/13/2013
FSTC MULLER Tim Docteur en Informatique A Formal Analysis of Trust Operations: Trust Aggregation, Trust Chaining
and Logical Trust Operations.
10/21/2013
FSTC MUSIAL Jedrzej Docteur en Informatique Applications of Combinatorial Optimization for Online Shopping 3/8/2013
FSTC OLIVARES PULIDO Germn Docteur en Sciences de
lIngnieur
Analysis and parameter estimation of geophysical time series by means
of Monte Carlo Markov chains
11/21/2013
FSTC OLTEANU Alexandru Docteur en Informatique On clustering in multiple criteria decision aid: Theory and applications 6/24/2013
FSTC RADU Marc Docteur en Physique Crystallization in hard sphere systems 6/20/2013
FSTC ROUME Hugo Docteur en Biologie Molecular Eco-Systems Biology of Lipid Accumulating Microbial
Communities in Biological Wastewater Treatment Plants
9/19/2013
FSTC RUIZ VILLALOBOS Gracia Patricia Docteur en Informatique Efcient Communication Protocols for ad hoc Networks 7/4/2013
FSTC SCHABERREITER Thomas Docteur en Informatique A Bayesian network based on-line risk prediction framework for
interdependent critical infrastructures
10/14/2013
FSTC SCHMITT Martina Docteur en Biologie Regulation of microRNA Expression by STAT1 Transcription Factors -
Relevance for Melanoma Development
5/7/2013
FSTC SCHWEITZER Patrick Docteur en Informatique Attack-defense trees 11/8/2013
FSTC TARRES FONT Joana Docteur en Sciences de
lIngnieur
Energy Efciency in Electric Steelmaking: A Detailed Energy Audit of an
Entire Plant Focusing on Waste Heat Recovery
4/9/2013
FSTC WAHL Laurent Docteur en Sciences de
lIngnieur
Ermdungseigenschaften des Wabenkerns von sandwichpaneelen aus
Aluminium
6/26/2013
FDEF BOISSAUX Marc Docteur en Sciences
Financires
A new optimal control formulation for conditioned portfolio optimisation
problems
1/24/2013
FDEF BUSCH Thomas Docteur en Sciences
Financires
Liquidity Risk in Capital Markets 11/26/2013
FDEF KARLSHAUSEN Laurent Docteur en Droit Lintrt commun coopratif: lments dune thorie comprhensive
de la socit cooprative, de lappropriation commune lactivit
cooprative.
9/11/2013
FDEF PAJIC Aleksandra Docteur en Droit Bank Resolution Regime: An Integral Part of Financial Crisis
Management
11/27/2013
FDEF RUSLI Ridwan Docteur en Sciences
Economiques
Financing and Regulation for Developing Country Natural Resource and
Energy Industries
5/31/2013
FDEF SIRY Lawrence Docteur en Droit Knowing it When It Is Seen The Polemic of the Regulation of
Sexualized Speech in the United States and Europe
9/24/2013
131 LES STATISTIQUES TUDIANTS
Facult Nom Prnom Intitul du diplme Intitul de la thse Date
FDEF STOEVA Boryana Docteur en Droit La coopration entre les superviseurs nanciers dans lUnion
europenne
4/9/2013
FDEF TADJUDJE Willy Docteur en Droit Pour un droit des socits coopratives et mutualistes en OHADA:
Contribution llaboration dun droit de lconomie sociale et
solidaire.
11/29/2013
FDEF TIDGHI Morgane Docteur en Droit Networks of information in the European Union 10/9/2013
FDEF VERMEULEN Wessel Docteur en Sciences
Economiques
Essays on Dutch Disease and International Finance 3/26/2013
FDEF WATTHEE Sandrine Docteur en Droit Les mesures provisoires devant la Cour europenne des droits de
lhomme: la protection prventive des droits conventionnels en
puissance?
5/3/2013
FLSHASE BAUM Sabine Docteur en Sciences de
lEducation
Creating a Pattern of the (new) American Mind.
Wissenchaftsgeschichtliche Untersuchungen zur funktionalen
Psychologie des Chicagoer Pragmatismus im sozialhistorischen Kontext
(1894-1915)
1/28/2013
FLSHASE BIRCHEN Marc Docteur en Histoire Die Verteidigung der ARBED-Interessen in Osteuropa in der Nachkriegszeit 12/17/2013
FLSHASE BRECKLER Christine Docteur en Sciences du
Langage
Die Flexion der Nominalphrase im Luxemburgischen 2/28/2013
FLSHASE CHMIEL Magda Docteur en Psychologie The impact of childhood intelligence on subjective well-being in
adulthood
10/17/2013
FLSHASE DRAUT David Docteur en Lettres Der Weg der DDR-Science Fiction in die Postmoderne: Das
Autorenehepaar Steinmller und die ostdeutsche utopische Science
Fiction-Literatur
3/15/2013
FLSHASE DRLINGER Helene Docteur en Sciences
Sociales
Performative Akte - Kindliche Subjektivation in frhkindlichen
Institutionen. Eine qualitative Studie in den Stdten Luxemburg und Trier.
5/27/2013
FLSHASE ERIKSSON Jill Docteur en Sciences
Politiques
Addressing urban poverty in West Africa: What is the potential of sub-
regional integration and cooperation ?
12/3/2013
FLSHASE EVRARD Estelle Docteur en Gographie Suprargionalisation transfrontalire? Grande Rgion Saar-Lor-Lux 3/26/2013
FLSHASE FARHAT Nadim Docteur en Sciences
Politiques
Le rle du pass dans les socits plurales: conits, violence et modles
institutionnels
2/1/2013
FLSHASE FRANZISKUS Anne Docteur en Sciences du
Langage
Getting by in a multilingual workplace: The language practices,
ideologies and norms of cross-border workers in Luxembourg
4/12/2013
FLSHASE HAISMANN Aurlie Docteur en Lettres Du traitement des vnements la construction des reprsentations
mdiatiques: La Une, lieu dmergence des enjeux identitaires
12/7/2013
FLSHASE HALTE Pierre Docteur en Sciences du
Langage
Les marques modales dans les chats: tude smiotique et pragmatique
des interjections et des moticnes dans un corpus de conversations
synchrones en ligne
12/13/2013
FLSHASE HOFFMANN Danielle Docteur en Psychologie An investigation of number-space associations. Exploring developmental
and cognitive inuences.
6/12/2013
FLSHASE HRSTERMANN Thomas Docteur en Psychologie Vergleich regressionsanalytischer Methoden zur Modellierung von
Urteilsprozessen in pdagogischen Kontexten
4/19/2013
FLSHASE KOVACS Carrie Docteur en Psychologie (How) Can formal modelling improve educational achievement
judgments ?
12/6/2013
FLSHASE LE COZ Glenn-Marie Docteur en Biologie Involvement of altered HPA-axis reactivity and stress in neuropathy-
related pain sensitivity and regulation of spinal biochemical mediators
9/25/2013
FLSHASE PAVLIK Jennifer Docteur en Lettres Uninteressiertes Weltinteresse ber die Ausbildung einer
sthetischen (Denk-)Haltung im Werk Hannah Arendts
11/15/2013
FLSHASE PIGEONNIER Anne-Sylvie Docteur en Sciences
Politiques
Europanisation et dmocratisation de lespace politique des Etats
Baltes, le cas de la Lituanie
10/1/2013
FLSHASE REICHLING Conny Docteur en Histoire Le Dr. Ernest Schneider et les gravures sur Grs de Luxembourg. Etude
du fonds documentaire indit.
10/4/2013
FLSHASE SCHILTZ Aline Docteur en Sciences
Politiques
Relation entre migrations et dveloppement dans un espace politique
changeant. Analyse de la mobilit intra-europenne entre le Portugal et
le Luxembourg
6/21/2013
FLSHASE SCHREINER Valerie Docteur en Lettres Wortlos waltet die Sprache: berlegungen zu F.G. Klopstocks
aisthetischer Poetik des Wortlosen
11/15/2013
FLSHASE STOPPENBRINK Katja Docteur en Philosophie Verantwortung fr unabsichtliches Handeln. Rechtsphilosophische und
handlungstheoretische Grundlagen der Fahrlssigkeit
10/8/2013
FLSHASE THILTGES Sebastian Docteur en Lettres Paysages silencieux dans le roman raliste (1850-1900) 11/15/2013
FLSHASE TRAUTH Dominik Docteur en Histoire Landwirtschaftliche Lokalvereine im Spannungsfeld von
Selbstbestimmung und Regulierung. Ein Beitrag zur Agrargeschichte
Luxemburgs von 18751914 mit Vergleich zum ehemaligen
Regierungsbezirk Trier in der preuischen Rheinprovinz
10/29/2013
FLSHASE WEHMING Marie-Christine Docteur en Lettres Was bleibt Literarische Zeugenschaft im Kontext des Holocaust 3/15/2013
FLSHASE WRULICH Marius Docteur en Psychologie The relationship between intelligence and health in Luxembourg 10/18/2013
FLSHASE ZEIMET Jean-Claude Docteur en Sciences
Sociales
Strukturen, Engagement und Motivation in jugendkulturellen Szene - eine
qualitative Studie zu Lan-Gaming, Techno und Parkour - Szenen in Luxemburg
6/7/2013
FLSHASE ZELL Vivien Docteur en Biologie Impact des glucocorticodes plasmatiques sur la maturation et le
fonctionnement de linhibition spinale GABAergique
11/22/2013
LCSB CRESPO Isaac Docteur en Biologie Network analysis and diseases 11/15/2013
LCSB GAWRON Piotr Docteur en Informatique Research on DNA sequence assembly using graph approach 3/8/2013
LCSB SCHMIDT Elisabeth Docteur en Biologie Identication of KEY transcription factors and their microRNA target
genes in adipocytes and macrophages by integration of epigenomic and
gene expression data
8/27/2013
LCSB WEGNER Andr Docteur en Biologie Computational tools for mass spectrometry-based metabolic proling 12/12/2013
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143 FACTS AND FIGURES
FACTS AND FIGURES 2014
Students (Winter Semester 2013/14)
Students by subject groups
144 FACTS AND FIGURES
Alumni (Academic Year 2012/13)
Students number over time
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Research
Total Publications (Year 2013)
Total third party funding per research activities
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121,664 mm
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Research (Winter Semester 2013/14)
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Subsidies and income (Key elements in mio )
Staff (Headcount 31.12.2013)
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