Displaced researchers in the field of Human Sciences (economic, social and spatial sciences) - Ref: 22-06
Campus Belval , 11, Porte des Sciences, L - 4366 Esch-Sur-Alzette , Luxembourg
The Luxembourg Institute of Socio-Economic Research,
represented by Prof. Aline Muller, CEO,
is happy to welcome displaced researchers benefiting from the temporary protection status applied at EU level for people who have fled the war in Ukraine, for a period from 3 to 6 months in the field of Human Sciences (economic, social and spatial sciences ).
These funded research stays aim to offer researchers a secure and stimulating research environment to pursue their research work and/or to be associated with ongoing research projects at LISER for the development of their career.
The temporary protection status of refugee must be confirmed before the start of the employment contract.
Please submit your application via our online system: https://jobs.liser.lu/jobs:
synthetic description of your research project (maximum 1 page).
For administrative matters, please send an email to email@example.com
LISER is a publicly funded research institute located in Luxembourg and dedicated to applied empirical research in economic, social and spatial sciences. Multi- and interdisciplinarity is a key element for stimulating scientific innovation. The Institute attracts top researchers from all over the world and high-level doctoral training is a vibrant part of the Institute’s activities. The Institute‘s staff consists of about 180 employees (including a survey and data center), more than 50% of the staff being researchers, mainly from the fields of economics, sociology, and geography.
The Institute is located on the new Belval campus in the south of Luxembourg, which hosts the University of Luxembourg and a substantial part of the country’s publicly funded research facilities, i.e. LISER, the Luxembourg Income Study (LIS) cross-national data center, the Luxembourg institutes of Health (LIH) and of Science and Technology (LIST).
Luxembourg with its > 600,000 inhabitants is one of the wealthiest countries in the world and provides a stimulating mixture of modern culture and tradition. Contemporary urbanity of its capital lies in close vicinity to a rich nature. In addition to excellent health, education (public, private and high level international schools) and recreational services, the community affords a rich variety of cultural activities, including museums, music, art and theatre. The official languages are French, German and Luxemburgish.
Information for foreign researchers interested in Luxembourg research is accessible via the national EURAXESS platform.
LISER is an Equal Opportunity Employer