Current publications, projects, media reports, and other recent developments at LDFC

  • Isabelle Albert has recently been interviewed for the Women in Science campaign of the University. Watch the video here.
    Isabelle's interview starts at 05:13

    Further information on women in science can be found on the FNR website (for Luxembourg)  as well as on on the global situation.

  • Isabelle Albert and Elke Murdock kindly invite you to a online Keynote Lecture on
    Future-related beliefs and belongingness during the pandemic by Prof. F. Lang, University of Erlangen, Germany on

    Wednesday, June 16th, 2021. 

    10:00 – 12:00 CEST

    WebEx Session Meeting link:

    Prof. A. Kornadt will provide a commentary and moderate the discussion.

  • Anna Kornadt talks about the topic „Views on Aging” (in German) on the KnowlAge Podcast of the German Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics.
  • Applications for the Master in Gerontology at Uni Luxembourg are open again this year from April 2nd to June 15th. We are looking forward to many interested applicants. More info can be found on the homepage of the study program and in our brochure.
  • Dr Isabelle Albert and her former Master student Sonja Mehl have recently published the chapter „Resilienz im Kontext von Migration und Flucht“, in the book "Handbuch Stress und Kultur"
  • On Thursday 6 May 2021 at 17:00, the PAN-VAL conference “Aktives Altern in Luxemburg” with contributions by Prof. Dr. Anna Kornadt, Dr. Isabelle Albert and Catherine Richard will take place in collaboration with RBS – Center fir Altersfroen at the Centre Nicolas Braun, Hesperange. A welcome speech will be given by the Minister for Family Affairs and Integration Corinne Cahen. Guest speaker Dr. Miriam Haller (Kompetenzzentrum für Kulturelle Bildung im Alter und Inklusion in Köln) will present her work on “Kulturelle Altersbildung in Zeiten von Corona“. The event will be moderated by Dr. Martine Hoffmann (RBS – Center fir Altersfroen).
    Participation upon invitation only.