The research environment in Luxembourg is comprised mainly of the following institutions:
Full information about research in Luxembourg can be found on the Euraxess website.
The University of Luxembourg's Deposit Mandate
On the 10th of May 2012, the University of Luxembourg launched their Open Access initiative by signing a collaboration agreement with the University of Liège. This launch announced the establishment of both a digital repository, ORBilu, as well as a campaign designed to inform researchers about Open Access and their rights as authors. [ROARmap record]
The University of Luxembourg requires all University members to:
The FNR has recently introduced a new mandatory Open Access policy for any publications from FNR (co-)funded projects granted after 1 January 2017 (exception: monographs). Publications from project funds awarded prior to that date are recommended to be Open Access, but it is not mandatory.
An OPEN ACCESS FUND will be available from 2018 to provide financial support to cover Open Access publication fees (Article Processing Charges) and comply with FNR policy.
Luxembourg does not yet have a national data repository. Researchers are recommended to deposit their data on a subject-specific repository. You may search for a suitable one on the Registry of Research Data Repositories, Re3data. Alternatively, you may deposit your data in a general repository such as Zenodo.
The Directory of Open Access Journals lists 2 title for Luxembourg as of November 2017: DOAJ.
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If you would like to learn more about Open Science, answer specific questions, organise a seminar or a training session for your group, please do not hesitate to contact us. We will be happy to help in any way we can! Upcoming events: Open Science Forum - 14-16 November 2018 - 3 days of seminars, debates and practical sessions to make your research more visible, transparent and efficient. Learn more: https://openscience2018.uni.lu