Do you hold a Master degree related to nanotechnologies and advanced materials, environmental technologies or Information Technologies, and are you now wishing to pursue interesting and rewarding research within an attractive environment? Doctoral and post-doctoral researchers are part of the Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology’s (LIST) everyday life. At LIST, we believe that incorporating PhD students is a strategic focus that enables us not only to maintain strong ties to academia, but also to work on cutting-edge topics with a view towards scientific publishing.
More than 80 PhD students are consequently supervised, either with the universities of the Greater Region with which we have had natural academic partnerships for many years, or with the many international universities that work in the same areas as us. More than 50 post-doctoral researchers are also working at LIST in the framework of research projects.
You are currently pursuing higher education and you need to complete a work placement. At LIST, you can:
Located at the heart of Belval Innovation Campus, which gathers the key Luxembourgish research players on a unique single site, LIST is a challenging hosting multidisciplinary and multicultural institution with coworkers coming from all over the world. LIST PhDs have the opportunity to:
By doing your PhD at LIST, you will enter a challenging hosting institution where you can benefit from a tailored offer:
We can welcome you in one of our three technology departments or into our administrative and support departments, depending on your profile.
PhD Student in the field of IoT LPWAN protocol optimization for integration with satellite (m/F)
PhD Student in “Life Cycle Assessment of green funds: methodological developments and business cases for Sustainable Finance” (M/F)
At the Institute, we have an evolutionary approach towards the occupation and skills of the doctoral and post-doc. researchers. LIST participates in a number of activities for Doctoral Training and hosts two Doctoral Training units (DTU) in the materials and environmental domains, respectively MASSENA and Hydro-CSI