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See detailWhy do historians collect new sources? War Experiences in Luxembourg. The Second World War and Today
Janz, Nina UL

Speeches/Talks (2023)

The military offensive launched by the Russian Federation against Ukraine in the early hours of 24 February 2022 and the ensuing war on Ukrainian territory have resulted in immense human suffering, a ... [more ▼]

The military offensive launched by the Russian Federation against Ukraine in the early hours of 24 February 2022 and the ensuing war on Ukrainian territory have resulted in immense human suffering, a humanitarian tragedy and incalculable material damage. The violation of a country’s territorial integrity and sovereignty – an act in clear breach of the United Nations Charter – has shattered the shared framework of values and principles fostered by multilateralism after the Second World War in the hope of achieving world peace, while leading to an unprecedented outpouring of solidarity for Ukraine and the plight of its people from Western democracies and European and international organisations, including NATO, the UN, the European Union and the Council of Europe, and their Member States and private initiatives. As contemporary history is turned on its head, historians, driven by the duty of memory, are stepping up to explain the origins of the conflict, identify the various players, provide an objective analysis of the consequences, record the memories of eyewitnesses and victims – with oral history proving a precious tool –, preserve historical sources and, above all, reflect on the role that intellectual effort can play in paving the way for a return to peace in the new world order taking shape before our eyes. [less ▲]

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See detailPaper and ink in the Soviet camp 188 in Tambov: capturing the camp life of Luxembourger conscripts
Ganschow, Inna UL

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In the talk by Inna Ganschow, the camp experience in the Soviet Union will be treated as a consequence of the forced conscription, namely in its artistic processing. Secretly written diaries and letters ... [more ▼]

In the talk by Inna Ganschow, the camp experience in the Soviet Union will be treated as a consequence of the forced conscription, namely in its artistic processing. Secretly written diaries and letters of Luxembourg Wehrmacht soldiers or poems of deceased comrades learned by them by heart, they also reached their homeland. The camp literature, which has its roots in the prison and prisoner of war literature, has a dimension of the documentary speaking about the Luxembourger conscripts in the Soviet detention 1943-1953, which as a text genre does not always fall under the term "literature" meaning "fiction". Ego documents, as contemporary history researchers call them today, represent private, handwritten texts of a personal nature. The range of texts to be examined in the presentation ranges from the smuggled out notes and letters that their released comrades took with them to Luxembourg the diaries, speeches and self-made dictionaries to poetry, short stories and drawings, some of which were created in the camp and some immediately after returning from Tambov and other camps in the Soviet Union. Going through these few valuable pieces of paper from 1943 to 1946 and collecting them as a catalog of the genres, the presentation will show, how the biographies and the methods used by the writers of the texts managed to capture or to record the camp life. The question that is in the foreground is the examination of the thesis of the Auschwitz concentration camp survivor Viktor Frankl, a psychiatrist and neurologist from Vienna, that giving meaning to life in the camp - logotherapy - can have a self-healing effect and increase the chances of survival. The written texts of the Luxemburgers in the Soviet camps in Russia as well as in East Germany or Poland are considered with this possible intention in mind that the writing helped to give meaning to the life, suffering and destiny of their authors. The focus of the talk lies on leitmotifs, images and topoi, which the authors use, consciously or unconsciously, to find the necessary spiritual support and (re)gain the feeling of being in control of their own lives. [less ▲]

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See detailTranscription, Indexing and Analysis in Oral History
Ganschow, Inna UL

Speeches/Talks (2022)

While TV-interviews are recorded for an already written documentary film script, interviews for the Ukrainian oral history archive of war testimonies are recorded without any expectations. When creating ... [more ▼]

While TV-interviews are recorded for an already written documentary film script, interviews for the Ukrainian oral history archive of war testimonies are recorded without any expectations. When creating our archive, we do not know what research question of linguists, philosophers or historians will be later. We know that the archive is not going public, that´s the deal. But how does one study interviews in the archives, if there are not 10 interviews, but 100? And what if there are 1000 of them? Where do you get enough time to listen? This is where artificial intelligence comes to the rescue, technologies for “distanced reading”, “text mining” and “natural language processing”. The talk focuses on the technologies which are helping to get an overview over the interview collecting by indexing, keywording and transcription. [less ▲]

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See detailLes Influenceurs. Une plongée dans les pratiques et cultures numériques
Schafer, Valerie UL

Speeches/Talks (2022)

Le jeudi 13 octobre 2022 de 17.00 à 18.30, une table ronde co-organisée par la BnL et le C²DH réunissait Natascha Bintz, Luca de Michele, Anne Faber et Ben Olinger sur le thème «Les Influenceurs. Une ... [more ▼]

Le jeudi 13 octobre 2022 de 17.00 à 18.30, une table ronde co-organisée par la BnL et le C²DH réunissait Natascha Bintz, Luca de Michele, Anne Faber et Ben Olinger sur le thème «Les Influenceurs. Une plongée dans les pratiques et cultures numériques». Nous avons abordé avec eux leur parcours, leur ligne éditoriale, leur lien avec leur audience, mais aussi les enjeux culturels, économiques, professionnels, genrés ou encore technologiques de leur activité. [less ▲]

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See detailLuxembourg's tax reform against aggressive tax schemes
Pantazatou, Aikaterini UL

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See detailDesigualdades interseccionales en la ciencia
Kozlowski, Diego UL

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See detailCROWDSOURCED ARCHIVES - PRIVATE ARCHIVES AND PERSONAL COLLECTIONS
Janz, Nina UL

Speeches/Talks (2022)

Data collections are essential for historical research. In addition to official archives and state institutions, collections from research institutions and private holders face different challenges in ... [more ▼]

Data collections are essential for historical research. In addition to official archives and state institutions, collections from research institutions and private holders face different challenges in creation and consistency, preservation and use. While most private collections are stored in official and state archives due to donations or the acquisition of private holdings, crowdsourcing data as private collections is a different approach. Crowdsourcing has become popular in Citizen Science and public history projects in the last decade. Although crowdsourcing is not (always) meant to create an archive, the data or contributions collected are an archive nonetheless. This paper aims to highlight the possibilities and pitfalls of crowdsourcing to build an archive of private origin. In February 2021, a team at the Luxembourg Centre for Contemporary and Digital History at the University of Luxembourg launched a call for contributions to collect ego documents about the war generation. As part of the project, "WARLUX - War Experiences in Luxembourg", the team is researching the personal side of the history of the Luxembourgish war generation. To uncover the individual experiences of these men, women and families, the team asked the public to share their family stories, letters, diaries, photographs and other personal documents. The researchers aimed to enrich records on individuals, which had not yet been collected or published. While the crowdsourcing campaign was intended as complementary research material, we have created a unique digital archive of personal memories and individual voices in the form of first-hand documents and a novelty in the cultural landscape in the Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg. In my presentation and paper, I will explore the possibilities of crowdsourced (digital) private archives, their pitfalls and challenges such as copyright and GDRP and sensitive information and its future implementation into official cultural institutions. [less ▲]

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See detailThe “Long” Arm of Military Justice: The arrest and resettlement of the families of military deserters
Janz, Nina UL; Vercruysse, Sarah Maya UL

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The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg was de facto annexed and incorporated into the German Reich during the Second World War. The laws and ordinances of the Reich applied to the local population, and male ... [more ▼]

The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg was de facto annexed and incorporated into the German Reich during the Second World War. The laws and ordinances of the Reich applied to the local population, and male residents were drafted into the Wehrmacht and thus subject to military jurisdiction. The main reason for Luxembourgers to be tried by the Wehrmacht courts was for disobeying orders, mostly desertion. Wehrmacht court records contain not only individual and personal information about the motives of the convicts and the findings of the court but also details about their families and backgrounds. As a result of deserting from the Wehrmacht, thousands of family members of deserters were resettled in East German territories such as Boberstein (Bobrów) in Poland, and their assets were confiscated. Given these men’s forced recruitment and non-German identity and the fact that they were being asked to fight for a foreign country that had invaded their home territory, the reasons for their desertion and disobedience are self-explanatory. However, this contribution will examine the efforts of the courts and the military justice administration to capture and arrest them, seizures made in their homeland and threats and arrests of their families. These efforts reflect the cooperation between military courts and local police forces used by the occupying authorities to terrorise the inhabitants of occupied territories and to put pressure on the men in the Wehrmacht not to defect. The contribution examines the consequences for individual soldiers and their families in occupied territories such as Luxembourg. It aims to use court records and trials, as well as the corresponding police files related to the interrogation and resettlement of families, to establish a link between persecuted soldiers and the consequences for their families, thereby showing the impact of the Nazi military machine on individuals during the Second World War. [less ▲]

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See detailPublications and a new project BELONG
Aleksic, Gabrijela UL

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See detailA Quick and Dirty Guide to Digital Storytelling
Camarda, Sandra UL

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See detailSolvability of invariant systems of differential equations on the hyperbolic plane
Palmirotta, Guendalina UL

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In the Euclidean case, it is well-known, by Malgrange and Ehrenpreis, that linear differential operators with constant coefficients are solvable. However, what happens, if we genuinely extend this ... [more ▼]

In the Euclidean case, it is well-known, by Malgrange and Ehrenpreis, that linear differential operators with constant coefficients are solvable. However, what happens, if we genuinely extend this situation and consider systems of linear invariant differential operators, is still solvable? In case of Rn (for some positive integer n), the question has been proved mainly by Hörmander. We will show that this remains still true for Riemannian symmetric spaces of non-compact type X = G/K. More precisely, we will present a possible strategy to solve this problem by using the Fourier trans- form and its Paley-Wiener(-Schwartz) theorem for (distributional) sections of vector bundles over X. We will get complete solvability for the hyperbolic plane H2 = SL(2, R)/SO(2) and beyond. This work was part of my doctoral dissertation supervised by Martin Olbrich. [less ▲]

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See detailBetween fulfilling the legal mandate and clarifying the fate of dead soldiers of World War II - The efforts of a private association to exhume and identify German war dead
Janz, Nina UL

Speeches/Talks (2022)

Over one million German military dead of the Second World War are missing. The private association VDK Deutsche Kriegsgräberfürsorge e.V. (VDK) is, as the German War Graves Commission the official ... [more ▼]

Over one million German military dead of the Second World War are missing. The private association VDK Deutsche Kriegsgräberfürsorge e.V. (VDK) is, as the German War Graves Commission the official representative of the German government responsible for the localisation and exhumation of German military graves, the identification of the dead, the reburial and the maintenance of military cemeteries worldwide. More than 75 years after the end of the violent conflict, the VDK has completed its work in Western Europe, but has continued its systematic search for graves and remains of German Wehrmacht soldiers in Eastern Europe, especially in the Russian Federation. The paper presents the localisation, recovery and identification of remains and uses a case study in Russia to discuss the complexity of German remains both in German society and politics and in the host country Russia. The difficulty in dealing with dead bodies marked as perpetrators and held responsible for inhumane crimes is only one challenge for the VDK. In addition, the paper reviews the hesitant use of DNA identification, the lack of interest in clarifying the fate of MIA soldiers in German post-war politics and the existing resentment towards Nazi dead, which delays or ignores the forensic processing of German war dead. [less ▲]

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See detailFrom self-concept to -knowledge to -regulation: A proposal based on students’ domain-specific academic self-concepts and achievements
Grund, Axel UL; Niepel, Christoph UL

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We initially tested whether besides possessing a positive self-concept, possessing an accurate self-concept has an incremental effect on students’ school adaptation. As self-knowledge index, we calculated ... [more ▼]

We initially tested whether besides possessing a positive self-concept, possessing an accurate self-concept has an incremental effect on students’ school adaptation. As self-knowledge index, we calculated ipsative profile correlations between 9th grade students’ academic self-concepts (i.e., how well students think they do) in the domains Math, German, and French and their respective achievement test scores in these domains (i.e., how well students actually do). We then related students’ self-knowledge to their general performance across these tests, their school satisfaction, and their perceived quality of the teacher-student relationship, assuming that accurate self-concepts lay the foundation for adaptive self-regulation processes (e.g., building on strengths and remedying or accepting weaknesses). In a first sample (N = 6279), we found that self-knowledge explained an incremental amount of variance in school adaptation above and beyond students’ general and domain-specific self-concepts in multiple regression analyses. The better aligned students’ self-concept profile was with their actual achievement profile, the better their performance across these domains, the more satisfied students were with schooling, and the better their relationship with their teachers. Except for school satisfaction, these findings were replicated in another cohort of 9th grade students (N = 6493), and they remained robust when we used rang-correlation instead of Pearson-correlation to derive our self-knowledge index. Notably, both indices seemed largely independent from students’ self-concepts and, on average, students seem to better “know” about their academic abilities compared to other aspects of their personality. We discuss necessary improvements to further substantiate the adaptive role of self-knowledge in self-regulation. [less ▲]

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See detailDIGITAL COLLECTION - DIGITAL COLLECTION of PROJECT WARLUX-Soldiers and their communities in WWII: The impact and legacy of war experiences in Luxembourg
Janz, Nina UL; Vercruysse, Sarah Maya UL

Speeches/Talks (2022)

In February 2021, a call for contributions was launched through the media (newspapers and radio) to collect ego-documents about the men, women and their families affected by the Nazi draft during the ... [more ▼]

In February 2021, a call for contributions was launched through the media (newspapers and radio) to collect ego-documents about the men, women and their families affected by the Nazi draft during the Second World War. The response was overwhelmingly successful, and the team received more than 200 calls and messages in the first few days. The collection phase (February to October 2021) involved visiting families to bring the originals to campus, where they were scanned and indexed. Interaction with donors and the public was a pivotal activity to enrich the personal documents with additional information about the individuals' backgrounds for an in-depth analysis. After completing the survey process, the team collected 160 collections (from 160 contributors), creating the central source of documentation for research into personal experiences of war. [less ▲]

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See detailModèles participatifs pour interpréter le passé
Cauvin, Thomas UL

Speeches/Talks (2022)

Project description Ecole d’été « Participation & Démocratie » 16-20 Mai (Esch-Belval ; Esch-sur-Alzette; Dudelange) La plateforme de la démocratie participative/Université du Luxembourg a le grand ... [more ▼]

Project description Ecole d’été « Participation & Démocratie » 16-20 Mai (Esch-Belval ; Esch-sur-Alzette; Dudelange) La plateforme de la démocratie participative/Université du Luxembourg a le grand plaisir d’accueillir la cinquième édition de l’école d’été internationale (International Summer School) “Participation et démocratie”. Dans le prolongement des précédentes éditions, l’école d’été vise à approfondir les réflexions sur le fonctionnement de nos démocraties représentatives et sur les différents processus démocratiques – plus ou moins innovants – visant à promouvoir une participation plus directe et délibérative des citoyens. S’adressant aux étudiant·e·s en sciences politiques et sociales, ainsi qu’aux praticien·ne·s souhaitant renforcer leurs compétences, l’École d’été offre une semaine de formation interactive et personnalisée avec des enseignant·e·s reconnu·e·s internationalement. Elle propose un encadrement adapté aux étudiant·e·s en fin de master et aux doctorant·e·s à différents stades de leur avancement. Elle propose aussi aux praticien·ne·s de mettre en dialogue leur pratiques avec les évolutions de la gouvernance et de la participation citoyenne. L’ambition est de confronter les participant·e·s aux pratiques de recherche de chercheurs·euses confirmé·e·s, tout en donnant une opportunité de présenter ses travaux et de recevoir les commentaires et recommandations de des intervenant·e·s invité·es, mais aussi des autres participant·e·s. Cette école d’été est le fruit d’une collaboration forte entre cinq universités francophones d’excellence : Sciences Po Bordeaux, l’Université Laval, l’Université libre de Bruxelles, l’Université de Lausanne et l’Université du Luxembourg. Cela en fait une école unique dans le champ des sciences sociales et de la science politique francophone notamment par sa capacité à comparer les approches, les cas nationaux et leurs transformations. La spécificité de cette école est d’être l’une des rares en Europe à faire du français la langue de travail principale, même si l’anglais est utilisé pour certaines interventions. La présente édition marque la première édition de l’école à Luxembourg après que celle-ci se soit tenue à deux reprises à Bordeaux en 2016 et 2021, à Laval en 2017, à Bruxelles en 2018 et à Lausanne en 2020. Cette édition sera aussi l’occasion d’ouvrir un regard sur les nombreuses expériences participatives du Luxembourg et de saluer la collaboration fructueuse entre quatre acteurs engagés dans la l’étude et la promotion de la démocratie à Luxembourg : la Plateforme Luxembourgeoise de la Démocratie Participative (PLDP), la Chaire de Recherche en Études Parlementaires, ETICC et la ville de Dudelange en tant que ville pilote dans la démocratie participative. L’école sera organisée autour des thématiques suivantes : Y-a-t-il une demande pour plus de participation à l’ère de la désinformation ? Etat des lieux des consultations citoyennes Participation des jeunes et budget participatif Participation citoyenne dans les tiers lieux : le cas de Esch2022 Capitale européenne de la culture Digitalisation des campagnes politiques et effets sur la participation [less ▲]

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See detailTeaching Public History in UK Higher Education
Cauvin, Thomas UL

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About this event Welcome: The AHRC-funded 'What is Public History Now?' Network is thrilled to invite you to our first workshop 'Teaching Public History in UK Higher Education'. We hope you'll join us for ... [more ▼]

About this event Welcome: The AHRC-funded 'What is Public History Now?' Network is thrilled to invite you to our first workshop 'Teaching Public History in UK Higher Education'. We hope you'll join us for a day of discussions on public history in higher education, ranging from intellectual traditions to pedagogy and programme design. Schedule: 13 May, 10am-12am; 2pm-4pm; 4:30-6:00pm. 10am-11am: Intellectual traditions and the history of UK public history 11am-12pm: Public history in the UK and in International Context What is distinct about public history in the UK? What are the particular dynamics of regions/smaller nations? How does this sit within the international context? 2pm-4pm: Pedagogy and Programme Design What are we teaching? Who are we teaching? How are we teaching? Why are we teaching it? The growth of public history programmes and the inflection of wider history teaching with public history. The relationship of public history and heritage programmes. Break out rooms to discuss and compare modules and programmes. 4:30pm-5:30pm: Policy and Institutional Support Why now? The impact agenda and the neoliberal university. What resources are we being given or not given? 5:30pm-6:00pm: Final Thoughts and Plans for the Next Workshop [less ▲]

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See detail3rd Corvus Applied History Workshop : Practices of Applied History: Questions, Answers, Discussions
Cauvin, Thomas UL

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Situated at the axis of societal issues and academic research, the renewed popularity of applied history has raised several questions about its practice. The most direct questions come from non-academic ... [more ▼]

Situated at the axis of societal issues and academic research, the renewed popularity of applied history has raised several questions about its practice. The most direct questions come from non-academic partners. What can one expect of applied historians? How will those expectat ions be met? What if the methods and tools of applied history fall short of their goal? And is it even that important that organizations learn to think about the past , when they are oriented towards the present and future? Other questions stem from academic concerns. Is applied history more than a reiteration of public history? Do societal questions and concerns have a place within academic history departments? And if so, what are the ethical boundaries of this type of research? Some of these topics remain open questions. Some have been eloquently answered. Some remain subject of (fierce) discussion. Therefore, this third Corvus applied history workshop joins academic and non-academic expertise in order to assess and debate the value of applied history practices in different sectors. Discussants: Thomas Cauvin, Associate Professor of Public History, Luxembourg Centre for Contemporary and Digital History (C²DH) Gill Bennett OBE Senior Associate Fellow, Royal United Services Institute (RUSI) Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office (FCDO) Historians Pieter Huistra Assistant Professor Theory of History, University of Utrecht Jason Steinhauer Global Fellow, The Wilson Center Koen Vandenweyer Delegation of Flanders to the European Union Alexandra Van den Berghe Corvus Research Project, KU Leuven Programme: 9.15am : Welcome 9.30am : New name, old practices? *(what is already out there)* 11am : Coffee break 11.30am : Where, when, how? *(what should be out there)* 1pm : Lunch break 2pm : What (not) to do? *(what should not be out there)* 3.30pm : Conclusions 3.45pm : End Starting questions: 9.30am : New name, old practices? *(what is already out there)* In these last few years t he notion of ‘Applied History’ has seen renewed popular ity. Proponents thereby often promise to reinvigorate the ‘long lost pr actice’ of using histor y in the present. Yet teachers, journalists, archivists, politicians, mar keteers and many others (including academics) have never stopped applying history in their professional activit ies. So do you think that there is already enough ‘applied history’ out there, particularly in your sector? 11.30am : Where, when, how? *(what should be out there)* The ‘next step’ in Applied History is usually considered to be the development of new ways of applying historical insight to issues in the present . This of course begs the question what those methods should be designed to do – what issues deserve attent ion and which new methods and tools look promising? In other words, what can or should applied history try to achieve as its ‘next step’? 2pm : What (not) to do? *(what should not be out there)* Not everybody believes that applying past insights to present concerns is a good idea. Some see no value in historical information, nor in historical thinking. Others fear the applicat ion of history in the present, as uses of the past become abuses of the past far too quickly. Therefor e, what do you think should be absolutely avoided when ‘doing ’ applied history? [less ▲]

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See detailMaxim Kantor: Kunst über Migration, Russland und Krieg
Ganschow, Inna UL

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"Man hofft nur auf die Stärke des europäischen Kulturbodens, gemeint sind Christentum, Universitäten, Rabelais, Dante usw., auf dem die neue Mischung der Europäer geschmolzen wird. Das Europa, auf das wir ... [more ▼]

"Man hofft nur auf die Stärke des europäischen Kulturbodens, gemeint sind Christentum, Universitäten, Rabelais, Dante usw., auf dem die neue Mischung der Europäer geschmolzen wird. Das Europa, auf das wir alle stolz sind, ist nur im Rahmen des Humanismus, der auf den Kathedralen und Universitäten gewachsen ist, etwas wert. Wenn es nur ein finanzpolitisches Projekt ist, dann muss es nicht gerettet werden, denn es wird so oder so verrotten." Max Kantor, 2016 [less ▲]

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See detailTeaching Public and Applied History on Both Sides of the Atlantic
Cauvin, Thomas UL; Bijsterveld, Arnoud-Jan; De Ridder, Bram et al

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n times of global crises, people turn to history to understand their own and their society’s situation. This is an issue addressed by those active in the field of public history. In this roundtable ... [more ▼]

n times of global crises, people turn to history to understand their own and their society’s situation. This is an issue addressed by those active in the field of public history. In this roundtable, teachers share their experiences with academic courses training students on both sides of the Atlantic in taking stock of public and applied history. First, students investigate how specific audiences have dealt with historic events, periods, or developments considered to be collective or cultural traumas. Secondly, students design a product or project targeted at a specific audience, online or offline, aiming to reconstruct, contextualize, and represent a specific topic. [less ▲]

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See detailHelp for Ukrainian Refugees
Ganschow, Inna UL

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The interview focuses on the work of the migration researcher Inna Ganschow as a volunteer in a German organization MMS-Humanitas e.V. helping to transport and accommodate Ukrainian refugees in ... [more ▼]

The interview focuses on the work of the migration researcher Inna Ganschow as a volunteer in a German organization MMS-Humanitas e.V. helping to transport and accommodate Ukrainian refugees in Luxembourgish and German families. In addition to talking about the experience of an interpreter accompanying buses from the Ukrainian-Luxembourg border to Germany, the scientist shares her observations on the emergence of a new diaspora. [less ▲]

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See detailDangerous Words and Dangerous Silences: Positioning Europe at the Edge of War
Ganschow, Inna UL; Mein, Georg UL; Harmsen, Robert UL

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Wars never happen ‘just like that’ or ‘out of the blue’. They are the culmination of complex processes that span years and sometimes even decades. In his art, Maxim Kantor has addressed the threat ... [more ▼]

Wars never happen ‘just like that’ or ‘out of the blue’. They are the culmination of complex processes that span years and sometimes even decades. In his art, Maxim Kantor has addressed the threat embodied by the apparently seamless transition from Soviet Union to the Russian Federation and guided democracy, and his position has always been unmistakeable: Vladimir Putin and the system that produced him are, and always were, dangerous. Now more than ever, choosing the right words matters, and speaking them in situations where we would rather be silent endows the statements we make with a renewed and uncomfortable sense of moral and political weight. Understanding the circumstances that led to the Russian invasion of Ukraine requires a thoughtful engagement with historical narratives and the perspectives they present. Words are central to this process. As we choose what to say and what not to say, we contribute to the discourses that will shape the political order of tomorrow. The discussion will be centred around a selection of paintings by Maxim Kantor, each illustrating or addressing themes or aspects of the current war between the Russian Federation and Ukraine and its impacts on human rights in Eastern Europe and beyond. Students will prepare and present discussion questions. [less ▲]

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See detailThe foreign soldier’s transnational experience in the Nazi military. A biographical study of conscripts and volunteers from Luxembourg in the Wehrmacht and Waffen-SS and their military and individual experiences in WWII
Janz, Nina UL

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Coming from various occupied territories and uninvolved or neutral countries, such as Spain and Switzerland, over two million foreigners served in the ranks of the Wehrmacht and the Waffen-SS. These men ... [more ▼]

Coming from various occupied territories and uninvolved or neutral countries, such as Spain and Switzerland, over two million foreigners served in the ranks of the Wehrmacht and the Waffen-SS. These men had a significant impact on the war and on how it was experienced and conducted. How these men from more than 40 countries experienced the war in German uniform as transnational soldiers remains essentially unexamined. Focusing on those who came from Luxembourg, this paper traces the experiences of these soldiers, in order to provide a new perspective on the European experience of war. [less ▲]

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See detailLëtzebuerger Mathematikerin bei der Weltraumagence ESA
Palmirotta, Guendalina UL

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Eng Lëtzebuerger Mathematikerin schafft zanter e puer Woche fir d'europäesch Weltraumagence zu Darmstadt. Déi jonk Fra entwéckelt Modeller fir d'Wieder am Weltall virauszesoen, fir esou d ... [more ▼]

Eng Lëtzebuerger Mathematikerin schafft zanter e puer Woche fir d'europäesch Weltraumagence zu Darmstadt. Déi jonk Fra entwéckelt Modeller fir d'Wieder am Weltall virauszesoen, fir esou d' Satellittesystemer viru Sonnestierm ze schützen. De Weltall passionéiert zanter, datt et d'Mënschheet gëtt. D’Dr. Guenda Palmirotta ass Mathematikerin a huet sech fréi fir dat interesséiert, wat ausserhalb vun der Äerd geschitt. Mam Job bei der Europäescher Weltraumagence geet en Dram an Erfëllung. Zu Darmstadt entwéckelt d'Lëtzebuergerin Modeller fir d’Weltraumwieder virauszesoen. Bestëmmt gëtt dëst vun der Sonn an de Sonnestierm, déi kennen entstoen, déi fir Satellittesystemer e Problem kënnen duerstellen. Ee vun den Ziler ass et, an den nächste Joren d’Previsioune méi präzis ze maachen, ma och méi wäit am viraus kënne viraussoen, wat geschitt. Konkret ginn d’Modeller elo schonn agesat, fir d’Astronauten op der Internationaler Weltraumstatioun ze schützen. Zu Darmstadt huet d'ESA een neien Iwwerwaachungszentral, wou nieft dem Weltraumwieder och aner Elementer vun der Weltraumsécherheet am A behale ginn. Esou zum Beispill de Weltraumschrott, mëttlerweil gëtt et vill Satellitten, déi net fonctionéieren a mat Aktive kéinte kollidéieren. Mat mathematesche Modeller sollen déi aktiv Satellitte gewarnt ginn a se esou hir Positioun fréizäiteg kënnen änneren. [less ▲]

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See detailMort à la culture!
Cicotti, Claudio UL

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See detailDie Göttliche Komödie und das Kino
Cicotti, Claudio UL

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See detailA TWAIL Critique of Due Diligence Legislation
Lichuma, Caroline Omari UL

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See detailUnflattening European History through Transmedia Storytelling. The Making Europe Digital Comic Series
Fickers, Andreas UL

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Digital Comics - A new way of narrating history The Making Europe Digital Comic Series challenges the way we narrate history. The VUB Centre for Literary and Intermedial Crossings (CLIC), specialised in ... [more ▼]

Digital Comics - A new way of narrating history The Making Europe Digital Comic Series challenges the way we narrate history. The VUB Centre for Literary and Intermedial Crossings (CLIC), specialised in intermedial storytelling, currently hosts Prof. Andreas Fickers, an expert in public history. Together with the Brussels Comics Art Museum, CLIC organised the inaugural lecture of the VUB Lorand Chair Intermediality during the VUB/ULB We.KonektWeek. Fickers works on the Making Europe digital comic series, which is about to radically change the way we narrate history. History through Comics History and comics are a good combination, as many of us know from Asterix. Yet few scholars engage with the medium to share their scientific findings. However, the comic is an excellent medium to convey the complex processes of history: it is an attractive form that reaches a wide audience. Over the past decade, Professor Fickers has collaborated with an international team of scholars on the Making Europe book series, which approaches European history through the lens of technology. The six volumes that make up the series challenge conventional narratives of European integration by highlighting technology as a powerful agent of historical change. Yet the team also went a step further, transforming the history books into digital comics. Comics Go Digital The digital comic with its combination of visual-verbal storytelling provides an ideal medium for elucidating history: clickable icons link to complementary information and additional audiovisual sources, showing the historical context. “Instead of googling everything, one can simply click on an icon to access the historical information,” says Femke Van Der Smissen, student in the VUB Honours programme. “Through ‘scrollytelling’, the reader is immersed in a new digital reading experience,” Professor in Literary Studies Birgit Van Puymbroeck adds. “You scroll down to see the story unfold and click on the icons that lead to specific sources that enrich the story, without falling down the rabbit hole of hyperlinks.” Through the digital comic series, readers engage with history in a new way: the combination of text and image, as well as the multiple layers of meaning and documentation allow for a multidimensional reading experience. The Making Europe digital comic series will soon be freely available online. Archetypes The content of the digital comic is based on the book Communicating Europe: Technologies, Information, Events by Andreas Fickers and Pascal Griset but foregrounds a specific aspect: the colonial dimension of broadcasting technology. The comic works with archetypes, ‘the technocrat’, the ‘tinkerer’, and ‘the techno-diplomat’ to visualise this history. “Archetypes are types of characters, which represent a particular function,” explains Professor in Literary Studies Alison Luyten. “In fairy tales, one typically has the hero, the witch, etc. In this story, it is about the many men and women involved in the making of technology.” The Making Europe digital comic revolves around the character of Brouillard, a fictional radio engineer, based on the historical figure of Raymond Braillard, who designed the wireless telegraph for Belgian Congo and later became head of the Technical Committee of the International Broadcasting Union (IBU), located in Brussels. Andreas Fickers is Professor of Contemporary and Digital History and director of the Luxembourg Centre for Contemporary and Digital History at the University of Luxembourg. He is currently taking up the Lorand Chair Intermediality at the Centre for Literary and Intermedial Crossings (CLIC) at VUB, which is financed by the Lorand legacy. His inaugural lecture “Unflattening European History through Transmedia Storytelling: The Making Europe Digital Comics Series,” was held at the Brussels Comics Art Museum as part of the VUB/ULB weKonekt.Week. The Making Europe digital comic is a collaboration between Shintaro Miyazaki (artwork), Lizzie Kaye (production manager), Jessica Burton (scriptwriting) and Helmuth Trischler (co-editor of the digital comic series with Andreas Fickers). The comic will soon be available on the online platform of the Making Europe series (https://www.makingeurope.eu/) where a wide range of media experiences can be found, including a blog, podcast, and the digital comics series. Contact: - Andreas Fickers: andreas.fickers@uni.lu - Birgit Van Puymbroeck: birgit.van.puymbroeck@vub.be Links: - https://www.makingeurope.eu/ - https://clic.research.vub.be/en - https://www.wekonektweek.brussels/en/wekonekt-week-2022/ [less ▲]

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See detailAWAC2 — Analysing Web Archives of the COVID Crisis through the IIPC Novel Coronavirus dataset
Schafer, Valerie UL

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Launched in 2020, the Cohort program is engaging with researchers in a year-long collaboration and mentorship with the Archives Unleashed Project and the Internet Archive, to support web archival research ... [more ▼]

Launched in 2020, the Cohort program is engaging with researchers in a year-long collaboration and mentorship with the Archives Unleashed Project and the Internet Archive, to support web archival research. Web archives provide a rich resource for exploration and discovery! As such, this session will feature the program’s inaugural research teams, who will discuss the innovative ways they are exploring web archival collections to tackle interdisciplinary topics and methodologies. Projects from the Cohort program include: AWAC2 — Analysing Web Archives of the COVID Crisis through the IIPC Novel Coronavirus dataset—Valérie Schafer (University of Luxembourg) Everything Old is New Again: A Comparative Analysis of Feminist Media Tactics between the 2nd- to 4th Waves—Shana MacDonald (University of Waterloo) Mapping and tracking the development of online commenting systems on news websites between 1996–2021—Robert Jansma (University of Siegen) Crisis Communication in the Niagara Region during the COVID-19 Pandemic—Tim Ribaric (Brock University) Viral health misinformation from Geocities to COVID-19—Shawn Walker (Arizona State University) UPDATE: Quinn Dombrowski from Saving Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Online (SUCHO) will give an introductory presentation about the team of volunteers racing to archive Ukrainian digital cultural heritage. [less ▲]

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Scuto, Denis UL

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See detailMotivationale Konflikte und Achtsamkeit als Bedingungen von Stress: Eine Experience-Sampling Studie im Alltag Studierender
Grund, Axel UL; Senker, Kerstin; Fries, Stefan

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Theoretischer Hintergrund: Studierende haben viele Freiheiten in der Gestaltung ihres Alltags, fühlen sich aber oft auch gestresst und hin- und hergerissen zwischen Handlungsmöglichkeiten (Grund et al ... [more ▼]

Theoretischer Hintergrund: Studierende haben viele Freiheiten in der Gestaltung ihres Alltags, fühlen sich aber oft auch gestresst und hin- und hergerissen zwischen Handlungsmöglichkeiten (Grund et al., 2014). Solche intrapsychischen Konflikte werden häufig als ursächlich für psychisches Wohlbefinden betrachtet (Gorges & Grund, 2017). Achtsamkeit beinhaltet die Lenkung der Aufmerksamkeit auf das unmittelbare Erleben und eine offene und nicht wertende Haltung gegenüber diesen mentalen Erfahrungen. Sie steht in einem positiven Zusammenhang mit Wohlbefinden und intrapsychischen Kongruenz und könnte daher hilfreich für eine gelungene Selbstregulation sein (Brown & Ryan, 2003; Carlson, 2013). Fragestellung: Ziel der vorliegenden Arbeit ist es, die Beziehung zwischen Achtsamkeit, motivationalen Konflikten und wahrgenommenem Stress im Alltag von Universitätsstudenten zu untersuchen und dabei auch Hinweise für mögliche Wirkmechanismen zu sammeln. Methode: Im Rahmen einer einwöchigen smartphone-gestützten Experience-Sampling-Studie wurden 107 Universitätsstudenten fünfmal täglich zu ihrer momentanen Achtsamkeit (in den Facetten Mit Aufmerksamkeit handeln und Akzeptieren ohne Bewertung) und ihrem motivationalen Konflikterleben (in den Facetten Wollen-Konflikte und Sollen-Konflikte) befragt. Zusätzlich wurde jeden Abend ihr Stresserleben erhoben. Die Beziehung zwischen täglicher Achtsamkeit, motivationalen Konflikten und wahrgenommenem Stress wurde auf Tagesebene mit Mehrebenenanalysen analysiert. Ergebnisse und Diskussion: Sowohl alltägliche Wollen-Konflikte als auch Sollen-Konflikte waren ein Prädiktor für abendliches Stresserleben. Je intensiver der Eindruck über den Tag, etwas anderes tun zu wollen und zu sollen, umso mehr abendlichen Stress berichteten die Studierenden. Diese Effekte blieben auch bestehen, wenn das Stresslevel vom Vortag kontrolliert wurde. Dieser Befund stärkt die Interpretation, dass intrapsychische motivationale Konflikte tatsächlich abträglich für das Wohlbefinden sind und nicht nur ein Begleitumstand. Wurden beide Achtsamkeitsfacetten zusätzlich in das Regressionsmodell aufgenommen, verloren beide Konfliktvariablen ihre Vorhersagekraft; stattdessen zeigte sich ein direkter Effekt für Achtsamkeit in der Ausprägung Akzeptieren ohne Bewertung. Die Ergebnisse unterstreichen die Relevanz motivationaler Konflikte und Achtsamkeit für das Stressempfinden in akademischen Kontexten. Da Achtsamkeit trainierbar ist, zeigen sie auch einen potentiellen Ansatz auf, um das Wohlbefinden von Studierenden in Zukunft positiv zu beeinflussen. Literatur: Brown, K. W., & Ryan, R. M. (2003). The benefits of being present: Mindfulness and its role in psychological well-being. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 84, 822–848. doi:10.1037/0022-3514.84.4.822 Carlson, E. N. (2013). Overcoming the barriers to self-knowledge: Mindfulness as a path to seeing yourself as you really are. Perspectives on Psychological Science, 8, 173–186. https://doi.org/10.1177/1745691612462584 Gorges, J., & Grund, A. (2017). Aiming at a Moving Target: Theoretical and Methodological Considerations in the Study of Intraindividual Goal Conflict between Personal Goals. Frontiers in Psychology, 8, 2011. https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2017.02011 Grund, A., Brassler, N. K., & Fries, S. (2014). Torn between study and leisure: How motivational conflicts relate to students’ academic and social adaptation. Journal of Educational Psychology, 106, 242–257. doi:10.1037/a0034400 [less ▲]

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See detailDIGITAL HUMANITIES – A SCIENCE UNTO ITSELF? A CONVERSATION WITH VALÉRIE SCHAFER
Schafer, Valerie UL

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What does it mean to be a digital scholar? The answers to this seemingly simple question are probably as diverse as the interdisciplinary field of digital humanities itself. To learn more about the ins ... [more ▼]

What does it mean to be a digital scholar? The answers to this seemingly simple question are probably as diverse as the interdisciplinary field of digital humanities itself. To learn more about the ins and outs of the emerging research area, we invited Prof. Valérie Schafer from the Luxembourg Centre for Contemporary and Digital History (C2DH) for an interview. [less ▲]

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See detailRadio - Talk Die Denazifizierung der Ukraine?
Jaschik, Johanna Maria UL; Janz, Nina UL

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n Europa ist ein Angriffskrieg ausgebrochen. Der Angriff auf einen souveränen und demokratischen Staat stellt einen Verstoß gegen das Völkerrecht dar. In einer Rede vom 24. Februar 2022 nimmt Wladimir ... [more ▼]

n Europa ist ein Angriffskrieg ausgebrochen. Der Angriff auf einen souveränen und demokratischen Staat stellt einen Verstoß gegen das Völkerrecht dar. In einer Rede vom 24. Februar 2022 nimmt Wladimir Putin, Präsident der Russischen Föderation, die Vergangenheit zum Anlass, den souveränen Staat Ukraine anzugreifen. Neben machtpolitischen Argumenten wie der Bedrohung durch die NATO wird die historische Vergangenheit der Ukraine und Russlands instrumentalisiert, um Putins politisches Handeln zu rechtfertigen. Die Historikerinnen der Universität Luxemburg, Johanna Jaschik und Nina Janz, verurteilen diese Falschaussagen und Putins freie Geschichtsinterpretation aufs Schärfste. [less ▲]

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Lemmer, Carine; Ganschow, Inna UL

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D’Historikerin Inna Ganschow, déi an der Sowjetunioun gebuer ass, elo hei am Land lieft an op der Uni schafft, huet erkläert, datt vill Leit a Russland net wéissten, datt Krich wär. Mediekonsum decidéiert ... [more ▼]

D’Historikerin Inna Ganschow, déi an der Sowjetunioun gebuer ass, elo hei am Land lieft an op der Uni schafft, huet erkläert, datt vill Leit a Russland net wéissten, datt Krich wär. Mediekonsum decidéiert iwwer Meenung. Alternativ Medie wären ofgeschalt ginn. Déi russesch Gesellschaft wär och passiv ginn a géif sech fir d’Konflikter net méi wierklech interesséieren. An an der russescher Sprooch géif een den Ament de Krich net "Krich" nennen, mä just eng "Militäroperatioun". Aktuell riskéiert een, wann ee vun engem "Krich" schwätzt och bis zu 15 Joer Prisong a Russland. Eng klassesch Oppositioun, wéi mir se hei kennen, wär schwiereg. Wann ee protestéiert, gëtt ee verhaft. An awer sollt een de Widderstand an der russescher Populatioun net ënnerschätzen. [less ▲]

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See detailWéi erlieft d'russesch Communautéit zu Lëtzebuerg de Krich an der Ukrain?
Molitor, Maurice; Ganschow, Inna UL

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"Ich habe in den letzten Tagen keine Umfragen durchführen können. Es ist auch nicht das Thema meiner aktuellen Forschung (...) Aber was mein persönlicher Eindruck ist: Ich habe in der Tat bislang keinen ... [more ▼]

"Ich habe in den letzten Tagen keine Umfragen durchführen können. Es ist auch nicht das Thema meiner aktuellen Forschung (...) Aber was mein persönlicher Eindruck ist: Ich habe in der Tat bislang keinen Menschen getroffen oder gehört, der gesagt hätte, ja das ist richtig. Alle sind entsetzt und sagen, was auch immer der Grund war: Krieg ist keine Lösung." [less ▲]

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See detailRussian invasion - a break in identity?
Dickes, Raphaelle; Ganschow, Inna UL

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Hundreds of thousands have protested against the war in Ukraine on the streets of Europe, including many Russians. How does the Russian community in Luxembourg feel about the Russian invasion of Ukraine ... [more ▼]

Hundreds of thousands have protested against the war in Ukraine on the streets of Europe, including many Russians. How does the Russian community in Luxembourg feel about the Russian invasion of Ukraine? It turns out this is not so easy to figure out, if only because the war seens to have fractured the Russian-speaking community in the country. [less ▲]

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See detailFrontex, Borders & Human Rights
Raimondo, Giulia UL

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See detailBurying the Dead from the Battle of the Bulge
Janz, Nina UL

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Casualties of soldiers in the German and American Army - During the Battle of the Bulge more than 100.000 soldiers died. How did the Wehrmacht, the U.S. Army and the Civilians treat the dead?

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See detailLa mode modeste et ses paradoxes
Roelens, Nathalie UL

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See detailInclusion Dialogue with Justin J.W. Powell
Powell, Justin J W UL

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See detailZusammenarbeit der Luxemburger Universität mit der Derzhavin-Universität in Tambow, Russland
Ganschow, Inna UL

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The talk was focused on the academic activities around the international and interdisciplinary seminar at the University of Luxembourg "Russia and Luxembourg at the Crossroads of History"

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See detailAbout AI and Arts
Schommer, Christoph UL

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From a technical point of view, one can say that there have been extraordinary developments in the broad areas of Artificial Intelligence and Data Science that increasingly determine our lives. Think, for ... [more ▼]

From a technical point of view, one can say that there have been extraordinary developments in the broad areas of Artificial Intelligence and Data Science that increasingly determine our lives. Think, for example, of the many intelligent assistants that are playing an ever greater role in road traffic, in hospitals and in many other areas of application. Art is affected by this as well, because the computer-assisted and AI-supported implementation of creative ideas and thoughts and experimentation with new things have led to innovative results. [less ▲]

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See detailFuture living with AI and IA
Schommer, Christoph UL

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The present and the future will be determined by topics such as artificial intelligence and the question arises to what extent an often quoted usefulness, an "AI for Social Good" and "AI is for Humans ... [more ▼]

The present and the future will be determined by topics such as artificial intelligence and the question arises to what extent an often quoted usefulness, an "AI for Social Good" and "AI is for Humans" really applies. The lecture is intended to provide food for thought. [less ▲]

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See detailЛюксембургские военнопленные в СССР и советские военнопленные в Люксембурге
Ganschow, Inna UL

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Presentation of a special course in which students of the Luxembourg and Tambov universities participate. Students of both countries are working on digitizing objects of war life, collecting information ... [more ▼]

Presentation of a special course in which students of the Luxembourg and Tambov universities participate. Students of both countries are working on digitizing objects of war life, collecting information at a microhistorical level, as well as immersing themselves in different aspects of war. [less ▲]

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See detail(Deutsche) Soldatengräber – Eine Kulturgeschichte - Podcast
Janz, Nina UL

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Der Tod eines Soldaten unterscheidet sich vom natürlichen Tod eines Zivilisten, der durch Alter oder Krankheit stirbt. Er stirbt oft jung und durch Gewalt. Im Krieg zu fallen war stets eine Besonderheit ... [more ▼]

Der Tod eines Soldaten unterscheidet sich vom natürlichen Tod eines Zivilisten, der durch Alter oder Krankheit stirbt. Er stirbt oft jung und durch Gewalt. Im Krieg zu fallen war stets eine Besonderheit. Die Heldenverehrung und Phrasen wie „Gefallen für das Vaterland!“ sind schnelle Assoziationen mit Tod im Krieg. Nina Janz hat sich dem Thema aus kulturwissenschaftlich-historischer Perspektive genähert und dazu geforscht, wie unterschiedlich den Kriegstoten gedacht wurde. [less ▲]

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See detailPräsentation der Fallstudie: Handlungswissen für eine Verbesserung des Gewässerzustands im Syrtal
Hondrila, Kristina UL

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Den Zustand der Gewässer in Luxemburg zu verbessern ist eine große Herausforderung. Die Präsentation fasst Lerneffekte zusammen, die aus Governance-Prozessen im Flussgebiet der Syr im Zeitraum 2012-2019 ... [more ▼]

Den Zustand der Gewässer in Luxemburg zu verbessern ist eine große Herausforderung. Die Präsentation fasst Lerneffekte zusammen, die aus Governance-Prozessen im Flussgebiet der Syr im Zeitraum 2012-2019 hervorgegangen sind. Sie zeigt, welche Faktoren dazu beitragen können, dass Akteure in Wasserwirtschaft, Umweltschutz und Landwirtschaft zusammenarbeiten und gemeinsames Handlungswissen schaffen, um den Zustand von Flüssen und Bächen trotz zahlreicher Hürden zu verbessern. [less ▲]

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See detailDiversitéit a Lëtzebuerger Schoulbicher
Spigarelli, Isabel; Adami, Joël; Kerger, Sylvie UL

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See detailThe Future of Living with AI
Schommer, Christoph UL

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This talk, which was part of a 2-hour panel and delivered as a 20-minute presentation without slides, came at the invitation of the Luxembourg Embassy in Brussels, Belgium. The speech is a statement and ... [more ▼]

This talk, which was part of a 2-hour panel and delivered as a 20-minute presentation without slides, came at the invitation of the Luxembourg Embassy in Brussels, Belgium. The speech is a statement and part of the International Symposium "The Future of Living", supported by EUNIC - EU National Institutes of Culture. The event was under the patronage of the Slovenian Presidency of the European Parliament. In the lecture, I briefly presented some selected ideas, observations, and examples on the symposium topic as well as my view of a future living together. [less ▲]

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See detailThoughts on the efficient implementation of the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union by the Member States
Politis, Alexandros UL

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Speech given at the Greek Ministry of Justice conference on 20.10.2021 entitled “The application of the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union by the Member States – A useful legal tool for ... [more ▼]

Speech given at the Greek Ministry of Justice conference on 20.10.2021 entitled “The application of the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union by the Member States – A useful legal tool for the protection of citisens’ rights” in the framework of the Conference on the Future of Europe. [less ▲]

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See detailJongen a Meedercher ginn an de Schoulbicher ongläich duergestallt
Kinsch, Fanny; Kerger, Sylvie UL

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See detailJugend aus der UdSSR als ZwangsarbeiterInnen in Luxemburg 1942-1944
Ganschow, Inna UL

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At the center of the conversation about young people of the same age in the same city as today's high school students from Esch, were Soviet girls and guys who were taken by the Nazis to work in the steel ... [more ▼]

At the center of the conversation about young people of the same age in the same city as today's high school students from Esch, were Soviet girls and guys who were taken by the Nazis to work in the steel industry in Luxembourg. Luxembourg schoolchildren participate in the design of the monument to their peers 80 years ago, together with a sculpture from Russia. [less ▲]

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See detailThe diplomatic and legal aspects of the Corfu Channel incident
Politis, Alexandros UL

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A speech given in Corfu island, Greece, on 3.10.2021 in the context of a two-day commemoration event on the Corfu Channel incident of 22 October 1946, organised by the Albert Cohen Corfu Association with ... [more ▼]

A speech given in Corfu island, Greece, on 3.10.2021 in the context of a two-day commemoration event on the Corfu Channel incident of 22 October 1946, organised by the Albert Cohen Corfu Association with the participation of representatives of the British Embassy in Athens and the British Armed Forces. [less ▲]

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See detailGetting Creative - AI and Arts
Schommer, Christoph UL

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Keynote Talk "Getting Creative - AI and Arts"; AIFA - Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Arts

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See detailСоветские военнопленные в Люксембурге и люксембургские военнопленные в СССР
Ganschow, Inna UL

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The bilateral seminar for Luxembourger and Russian history students was shown in the short presentation on the Russian forum "Moya strana - moya Rossiya" as an example of teaching Russian history abroad.

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See detailDaily mindfulness, motivational conflict, and stress in university students: An experience-sampling study
Senker, Kerstin; Fries, Stefan; Grund, Axel UL

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University students have a lot of freedom in organizing their everyday lives, but often also feel stressed and torn between action opportunities. Mindfulness entails the self-regulation of attention on ... [more ▼]

University students have a lot of freedom in organizing their everyday lives, but often also feel stressed and torn between action opportunities. Mindfulness entails the self-regulation of attention on immediate experience and an open and non-judging attitude towards these mental experiences. It is positively related to well-being and to intrapsychic congruence. The aim of the present work is to examine the relationship of daily mindfulness, motivational conflict, and perceived stress in the everyday life of university students. During a week of smartphone-based experience-sampling, 108 university students were asked five times daily about their momentary mindfulness and whether they experience motivational conflicts. Additionally, we assessed perceived stress each evening. The relationship between daily mindfulness, motivational conflict, and perceived stress was analyzed on the daily level with multi-level analyses. Both aggregated daily conflict (i.e., feeling that one should be doing something else) and mindfulness (i.e., being non-judgmental) yielded an effect on perceived stress, even when controlling for between-person differences in study load, for example. Findings underline the relevance of mindfulness for perceived stress in academic contexts and thereby also show an approach to positively influence well-being in university students in the future. [less ▲]

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See detailPodcast Café du Savoir. Episode 2: Alternative Prüfungsformen
Lenz, Thomas UL; Krämer, Charlotte UL; Kang, Liana et al

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See detailMultilingual children - today & tomorrow
Kirsch, Claudine UL

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What does it mean to be bilingual? Does one need to be competent in two or more languages? Are bilinguals more prone to speech disorders and less likely to have Alzheimer? Do parents and teachers need to ... [more ▼]

What does it mean to be bilingual? Does one need to be competent in two or more languages? Are bilinguals more prone to speech disorders and less likely to have Alzheimer? Do parents and teachers need to strictly separate languages for children to learn? What are multilingual/ translanguaging pedagogies and to what extent can they promote multilingualism at school? Join us to find out and discuss! [less ▲]

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See detailFranséisch an der Schoul: E Webinaire vum SCRIPT a vum Radio 100,7
Raus, Tonia UL; Bechthold, Christiane; Palumbo, Nicolas et al

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See detailHistoria Pública: Museos y Comunidades Digitales en América Latina
Cauvin, Thomas UL

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See detailWarlux. Op der Sich no Zäitdokumenter aus dem Zweete Weltkrich
Janz, Nina UL

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See detailIntroduction to Research Data Management and Data Management Plans
England, Jonathan UL

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The video-recording of the presentation can be found on https://youtu.be/OPX3ryHAbns

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See detailLuxembourg Diplomacy at Work
Danescu, Elena UL; Wurth, Hubert; Gomes Samuel, Manuel et al

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After the Second World War, Luxembourg became a leading player in international relations. As a founding member of most of the major international institutions – including the United Nations (1945), the ... [more ▼]

After the Second World War, Luxembourg became a leading player in international relations. As a founding member of most of the major international institutions – including the United Nations (1945), the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (1949), the Council of Europe (1949), the European Communities (starting with the European Coal and Steel Community in 1951) and then the European Union (1993) –, Luxembourg assumed a key role in European integration and multilateralism. Its constant aim has always been to maintain and strengthen the framework of international law as a basis for democracy, human rights and the values of freedom, peace and security worldwide. Luxembourg’s diplomatic apparatus serves the people of Luxembourg, the country’s institutions, the private sector and civil society by supporting and defending Luxembourg’s political, economic, business, cultural and consular interests abroad. [less ▲]

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See detailThe Belgium-Luxembourg Economic Union (BLEU) Lessons from the past, future prospects
Danescu, Elena UL

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The Belgium-Luxembourg Economic Union (BLEU) was established on 25 July 1921. Some years later, in 1935, three additional sections were added to the BLEU Convention: on financial and monetary matters, a ... [more ▼]

The Belgium-Luxembourg Economic Union (BLEU) was established on 25 July 1921. Some years later, in 1935, three additional sections were added to the BLEU Convention: on financial and monetary matters, a common trade regime and a “special revenue community” with specific excise duties. In 1963, the provisions of the BLEU were revised following the entry into force of the European Economic Community (EEC) and Benelux. The two countries renewed the Convention in a new enhanced version on 18 December 2002, reflecting a determination to extend their collaboration beyond the economic and monetary field and paving the way for closer political and administrative cooperation, especially in the areas of justice, citizenship, health and cross-border synergies in the Greater Region, and creating a framework for dialogue within the European Union. For one century now, Belgium and Luxembourg have enjoyed a strong bilateral partnership, one that has been marked by various difficulties and tensions but has been deepened and renewed over the years. The centenary of the BLEU, which occurs in a context beset by unprecedented challenges and uncertainties for the Greater Region, Europe and the international community, is an opportunity for discussion and reflection on the lessons that can be learned from the past, the current situation and prospects for the future of this union. [less ▲]

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See detailA History of Pathé 9.5mm film
van der Heijden, Tim UL

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Presentation about the history of Pathé 9.5mm film for students of the Lycée Technique des Arts et Métiers (LTAM) in Luxembourg. Invited lecture organized by the Centre national de l'audiovisuel (CNA ... [more ▼]

Presentation about the history of Pathé 9.5mm film for students of the Lycée Technique des Arts et Métiers (LTAM) in Luxembourg. Invited lecture organized by the Centre national de l'audiovisuel (CNA) Luxembourg, Dudelange, on 17 March 2021. [less ▲]

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See detailNATIONAL FORGETTING AND MEMORY: THE DESTRUCTION OF "NATIONAL" MONUMENTS FROM A COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE
Cauvin, Thomas UL

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The Fall of Monuments: a Public History Monuments have, for a few years now, been hitting the headlines all over the world. Public debates do not focus so much on the erection of new monuments as they do ... [more ▼]

The Fall of Monuments: a Public History Monuments have, for a few years now, been hitting the headlines all over the world. Public debates do not focus so much on the erection of new monuments as they do on acts of vandalism, removal, and destruction. If destructions of monuments are not new – for example during the French Revolution – their multiple examples all around the world (United States, England, Australia, Spain, Argentina, South Africa for instance) raise questions about their origins, meanings, and consequences. In my presentation, I propose to understand those synchronous destructions and removals through the angle of public history. Developed as a process to include publics into its production, interpretation, and communication, public history helps to better understand the issues at stake in destroying monuments. In the words of Ludmilla Jordanova, the past is more than ever considered as a public property subject to many different interpretations. Remembering and interpreting the past has become more democratic, more participatory, more diverse but has also shacked power relations. New participatory practices have impacted how we memorialize and interpret the past at official levels. Questions such as who owns the past and who can decide what historical events, actors can be remembered through monuments are being reconsidered. In this reinvention of our relations to monuments – and indirectly to the past – I propose to reconsider the role of historians. I argue that more than simply interpreting the past, historians can help communities deciding what to do with (unwanted) monuments [less ▲]

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See detailWarum und zu welchem Ende reden wir über "Neue Suburbanität"?
Hesse, Markus UL

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Das Papier gibt einen Überblick über das Sujet der Neuen Suburbanität, und zwar in vier Schritten. Erstens erfolgt ein Einstieg in die Diskussion über Begrifflichkeiten und Definitionen; zweitens wird der ... [more ▼]

Das Papier gibt einen Überblick über das Sujet der Neuen Suburbanität, und zwar in vier Schritten. Erstens erfolgt ein Einstieg in die Diskussion über Begrifflichkeiten und Definitionen; zweitens wird der Anlass hinterfragt, warum man 2019, immer noch … oder gerade wieder, über Suburbanisierung redet, forscht, dazu plant. Drittens werden die theoretischen und praktischen Herausforderungen, denen sich die Forschung zu Neuer Suburbanität stellen sollte, benannt; viertens wird ein kurzer Ausblick auf die Stadt von übermorgen vorgenommen -- eine Reflexion darüber, welchen Platz Suburbia und Suburbanisierung hier einnehmen können. [less ▲]

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See detailIst die Künstliche Intelligenz für oder gegen die Menschheit?
Schommer, Christoph UL

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La Commission Luxembourgeoise pour la coopération avec l’UNESCO et la Bibliothèque nationale du Luxembourg invitent à leur cycle de conférences dans le cadre des « Rendez-Vous de l’UNESCO ». Le thème ... [more ▼]

La Commission Luxembourgeoise pour la coopération avec l’UNESCO et la Bibliothèque nationale du Luxembourg invitent à leur cycle de conférences dans le cadre des « Rendez-Vous de l’UNESCO ». Le thème central du cycle est cette année : « Mankind and Media. Rethinking the Roles in the Age of Information » Les dernières années ont en outre montré clairement qu’on est fortement dépendant de la transmission des informations vite et performante : on demande toujours plus de données, plus d’informations, plus de connectivité. Mais peut-on conserver une vue d’ensemble dans ce flux d’information hyperrapide ? Peut-on encore contrôler la transformation des informations par les médias numériques ? Où en est l’humain devant l’évolution exponentielle des technologies, de l’intelligence artificielle et du commerce de nos données ? Qui reste à l’origine de l’information et qui comment nous l’interprétons ? Les conférences traitent cette thématique en différentes perspectives. Le 25 février, Prof. Dr. Christoph Schommer de l’Université du Luxembourg fera l’ouverture en posant la question : L’intelligence Artificielle? Où en sommes-nous ? Il abordera les possibilités, chances et risques de ces nouvelles technologies. 4 journalistes se réuniront le 22 avril et discuteront, animés par Josée Hansen, la transmission d’informations et l’objectivité dans le temps des « Fake News » et du « Click Bait ». Dr. Manuela di Franco nous introduira le 1er juillet dans le monde des dessins animés et se penchera sur leur rôle dans la transmission des messages subliminaux et propagandistes. Ian di Toffoli et Prof. Dr. Lukas K. Sosoe s’entretiendront le 30 septembre sur les problèmes et limites de l’éthique dans le monde digital. Qu’il ne faut pas oublier l’art dans la transmission des messages nous rappelleront les 4 artistes qui poursuivront le 2nd décembre, dans la dernière table ronde de ce cycle modérée par Dr. Nora Schleich, le rôle de la liberté artistique face à la libre expression des opinions. Que peut et même doit faire l’art ? La Bibliothèque nationale du Luxembourg aménagera pour chacune de ces soirées, qui auront lieu toujours jeudi à 19hrs, une salle assez grande pour assurer la réunion en présence physique et, le cas échéant, en respect des restrictions actuelles. 25.02.2021 Der Mensch und die Künstliche Intelligenz. Wo stehen wir? (DE) Un entretien avec Prof. Christoph Schommer, modéré par Dr. Nora Schleich, traduit en anglais 22.04.2021 Mediepluralismus – Eng Garantie fir Demokratie am 21. Joerhonnert? (LU) Une table-ronde avec François Aulner, Pia Oppel, Christoph Bumb et Jean-Louis Siweck, modérée par Josée Hansen 01.07.2021 Transmission of Information via Specific Media – Propagandistic Messages in Comics (EN) Une présentation de Dr. Manuela di Franco, traduit en français 30.09.2021 L’Ethique dans la société de l’Information (FR) Un discours avec Prof. Lukas Sosoe, modéré par Ian de Toffoli, traduit en anglais 02.12.2021 Artistesch Fräiheet a Meenungsfräiheet (LU) Une table-ronde avec Justine Blau, Dr. Cédric Kayer, Filip Markiewicz et Anne Simon., modérée par Dr. Nora Schleich Comme les places sont limitées, il faudra s’inscrire au plus tard trois jours avant la conférence en envoyant un courriel à : reservation@bnl.etat.lu Pour plus d’informations, veuillez accéder le site internet : www.unesco.lu; www.bnl.lu [less ▲]

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See detailWriting the Contemporary History of Europe: Old Concepts, New Tools?
Danescu, Elena UL; Itzel, Constanze; Douglas, McCarthy et al

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Although the idea of Europe dates back to ancient times and was crystallised in the Enlightenment, the plan for European unification emerged in the second half of the 20th century as a consequence of an ... [more ▼]

Although the idea of Europe dates back to ancient times and was crystallised in the Enlightenment, the plan for European unification emerged in the second half of the 20th century as a consequence of an economic process based on a single market and a single currency. European integration is therefore a recent chapter in the history of Europe, one which has been written before our very eyes, but it remains fragmented into disparate national histories. In the 21st century, those writing the history of Europe find themselves confronted with a threefold challenge: they must meet the demands of the digital age, adjust to the paradigm shift within the historical discipline and navigate the geopolitical upheavals that the continent has been experiencing since 1989 (the fall of communism; the enlargement of the European Union; the many crises the EU has faced, including Brexit; the divide between institutions and citizens; the socio-economic consequences of the global crisis, including the COVID-19 health crisis; the new nature of transatlantic relations, etc.). [less ▲]

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See detailLuxembourg in light of the OpenLux revelations
Pantazatou, Aikaterini UL

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See detailS4F Podcast: Postwachstumsökonomie
Schulz, Christian UL

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See detailE Brandstëfter an seng historesch Rezepter
Scuto, Denis UL

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Historian Denis Scuto, vice-director of Luxembourg Centre for Contemporary and Digital History discusses the frontal attack by Trump and his supporters against democratic institutions and historical ... [more ▼]

Historian Denis Scuto, vice-director of Luxembourg Centre for Contemporary and Digital History discusses the frontal attack by Trump and his supporters against democratic institutions and historical traditions. [less ▲]

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See detailLeveraging state-of-the-art architectures by enriching training information - a case study
Sölter, Jan; Proverbio, Daniele; Baniasadi, Mehri et al

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Our working hypothesis is that key factors in COVID-19 imaging are the available imaging data and their label noise and confounders, rather than network architectures per se. Thus, we applied existing ... [more ▼]

Our working hypothesis is that key factors in COVID-19 imaging are the available imaging data and their label noise and confounders, rather than network architectures per se. Thus, we applied existing state-of-the-art convolution neural network frameworks based on the U-Net architecture, namely nnU-Net [3], and focused on leveraging the available training data. We did not apply any pre-training nor modi ed the network architecture. First, we enriched training information by generating two additional labels for lung and body area. Lung labels were created with a public available lung segmentation network and weak body labels were generated by thresholding. Subsequently, we trained three di erent multi-class networks: 2-label (original background and lesion labels), 3-label (additional lung label) and 4-label (additional lung and body label). The 3-label obtained the best single network performance in internal cross-validation (Dice-Score 0.756) and on the leaderboard (Dice- Score 0.755, Haussdor 95-Score 57.5). To improve robustness, we created a weighted ensemble of all three models, with calibrated weights to optimise the ranking in Dice-Score. This ensemble achieved a slight performance gain in internal cross-validation (Dice-Score 0.760). On the validation set leaderboard, it improved our Dice-Score to 0.768 and Haussdor 95- Score to 54.8. It ranked 3rd in phase I according to mean Dice-Score. Adding unlabelled data from the public TCIA dataset in a student-teacher manner signi cantly improved our internal validation score (Dice-Score of 0.770). However, we noticed partial overlap between our additional training data (although not human-labelled) and  nal test data and therefore submitted the ensemble without additional data, to yield realistic assessments. [less ▲]

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See detailPodcast Café du Savoir. Episode 1: PITT– Programme for Innovative Teaching & Training
Baumann, Isabell Eva UL; Bissen, Manuel; Harion, Dominic UL et al

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See detailJongen a Meedercher ginn an de Schoulbicher ongläich duergestallt
Camposeo, Monica; Kerger, Sylvie UL

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See detailSeminar : Spiritualität für freie Geister
Weber, Jean-Marie UL; Meyers, Christiane UL; Weis, Marc

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See detailThe potential of Language Technology and AI
Schommer, Christoph UL

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See detailBREXIT: état des lieux
Danescu, Elena UL; Esposito, Marie-Claude; Da Silva, Joana

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Au 31 janvier 2020 à minuit (heure de Bruxelles), le Royaume-Uni a quitté l'Union européenne. Cette sortie n'est pourtant pas totale : conformément à l’accord de retrait, le pays est entré dans une ... [more ▼]

Au 31 janvier 2020 à minuit (heure de Bruxelles), le Royaume-Uni a quitté l'Union européenne. Cette sortie n'est pourtant pas totale : conformément à l’accord de retrait, le pays est entré dans une transition qui lui permet de négocier sa future relation avec l’UE, tout en restant provisoirement intégré à un certain nombre de politiques européennes. Cette phase doit prendre fin au 31 décembre 2020 au plus tôt, mais les pourparlers semblent actuellement en impasse. S’il demeure la conséquence directe du référendum organisé le 23 juin 2016 par l’ancien Premier Ministre David Cameron, le « Brexit » reflète de longues décennies de rapports tumultueux avec l’Europe supranationale, qui ont nourri l’euroscepticisme et anti-européenisme des Britanniques.[...] [less ▲]

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See detailStereotype in der Kindheit
Kerger, Sylvie UL

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Dr Sylvie Kerger est docteure en psychologie et enseignante-chercheuse à l’Université du Luxembourg. Elle enseigne au Bachelor en sciences de l’éducation et dans ses travaux de recherche, elle s’intéresse ... [more ▼]

Dr Sylvie Kerger est docteure en psychologie et enseignante-chercheuse à l’Université du Luxembourg. Elle enseigne au Bachelor en sciences de l’éducation et dans ses travaux de recherche, elle s’intéresse aux stéréotypes de genre dans l’enfance. Depuis leur plus jeune âge, les enfants sont confrontés à de nombreux stéréotypes de genre, notamment dans leur environnement familial, sociétal (par exemple, à travers le marketing genré) et éducatif. C’est notamment dans ce dernier contexte que la Dr Sylvie Kerger mène, ensemble avec la Dr Laurence Brasseur, un projet de recherche qui a été rendu possible grâce au financement du Ministère de l’égalité entre les femmes et les hommes. L’objectif de cette étude est de révéler les représentations du genre dans les manuels scolaires utilisés à l’école fondamentale au Luxembourg. Transmetteurs de valeurs et de connaissances, les manuels scolaires jouent un rôle prépondérant dans la socialisation. Grâce à un état des lieux du contexte luxembourgeois, ce projet permettra d’élaborer un ensemble de recommandations pour les acteurs concernés et fournira des outils qui faciliteront l’application d’un regard critique sur le matériel didactique. [less ▲]

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See detailMOTIVAID: Motivationally and digitally enhanced development by self-insight
Grund, Axel UL

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See detailEFF (economics department) seminar in Groeningen
Sándor, László UL

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See detailUna mattina mi sono alzato... Noutstand Wunnen
Scuto, Denis UL

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In order to promote public debate, Luxembourgish Radio 100,7 is inviting civil society representatives from civil society to comment on current issues.Here, Denis Scuto speaks about the housing crisis in ... [more ▼]

In order to promote public debate, Luxembourgish Radio 100,7 is inviting civil society representatives from civil society to comment on current issues.Here, Denis Scuto speaks about the housing crisis in Luxembourg and the need to stand up. [less ▲]

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See detailOn the origins of the European idea
Danescu, Elena UL; Leboutte, René; Da Silva, Joana

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Puisant ses racines dans l’antiquité gréco-romaine, forgeant sa teneur dès l’apparition des premiers États-nations au Moyen-Âge, et se profilant de manière résolue à l’époque contemporaine, l’idée ... [more ▼]

Puisant ses racines dans l’antiquité gréco-romaine, forgeant sa teneur dès l’apparition des premiers États-nations au Moyen-Âge, et se profilant de manière résolue à l’époque contemporaine, l’idée européenne s’est effectivement concrétisée au XXe siècle. Avant qu’elle ne devienne un véritable projet politique, l’idée européenne est restée limitée au cercle des visionnaires, qui ambitionnaient de préserver la paix par la construction d’une Europe unie. Ces projets intellectuels sont restés souvent utopiques, tant que les puissances politiques ne les prenaient pas en charge. [...] [less ▲]

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See detailInterview: 100 Joer russesch Präsenz zu Lëtzebuerg
Ganschow, Inna UL; Delage, Michel

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„D'Geschicht vun der Awanderung vu Russen, respektiv vu Bierger aus dem fréieren Zareräich oder der Sowjetunioun, war éischter manner bekannt. Bis d'Fuerscherin Inna Ganschow sech mam Thema ausernee gesat ... [more ▼]

„D'Geschicht vun der Awanderung vu Russen, respektiv vu Bierger aus dem fréieren Zareräich oder der Sowjetunioun, war éischter manner bekannt. Bis d'Fuerscherin Inna Ganschow sech mam Thema ausernee gesat huet. Ëm déi 100 perséinlech Interviewen huet d'Fuerscherin gefouert, fir sech en ongeféiert Bild ze maachen.“ [less ▲]

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See detailYAC – Young People and COVID-19
Residori, Caroline UL; Schomaker, Léa UL; Samuel, Robin UL

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Presentation of the first results from the "Young People and COVID-19 (YAC)" study, combining results from an representative online survey and in-depth interviews

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See detailMotivationally and digitally enhanced development by self-insight
Grund, Axel UL

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See detailLLC INTERVIEWS SERIES: Luca Ratti interviews Ewan Mc Gaughey
Ratti, Luca UL

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See detailEU Blind Date avec Isabel Wiseler-Lima et Sébastien Varrette
Danescu, Elena UL; Da Silva, Joana

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La place du Luxembourg et de l'Europe dans la stratégie des nouvelles technologies, dans le développement 'software', notre dépendance de l’Asie en matière de 'hardware', mais également l'intelligence ... [more ▼]

La place du Luxembourg et de l'Europe dans la stratégie des nouvelles technologies, dans le développement 'software', notre dépendance de l’Asie en matière de 'hardware', mais également l'intelligence artificielle, ses règles et son éthique, la place des femmes dans les métiers de recherche en informatique, ne sont que quelques sujets abordés lors de cette découverte mutuelle. [less ▲]

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