Evolution of FNR funding policies in 2021

In 2021, there will be a number of changes coming to FNR funding policies, affecting most of our diverse selection of programmes. These changes represent a forward evolution for the FNR, as they align with international best practices meant to improve the quality of science and research on a systemic level. A recording and the presentations from the webinar held on 13 January are now available, as well as an FAQ.

These changes will be in the following areas: 

To inform the Luxembourgish research community about these changes, why we are doing them, and what they mean practically, the FNR will hosted a webinar on Wednesday, 13 January 2021. All changes will also be highlighted in documents for the 2021 calls, which will be released as normal. 

Missed the webinar?

A recording of the webinar (+Q&A) is available below, split in two parts along with PDFs of the presentations and the written FAQ.

View all presentations & FAQ

Webinar recording


Time in video

00:00:00 – 00:11:30         Introduction & Agenda
00:11:40 – 00:27:55         New Narrative CV Requirements (Sean Sapcariu)
00:28:10 – 00:37:05         ORCiD Profile Requirements (Tom Jakobs)
00:37:15 – 00:49:30         FNR Policy on Research Data Management (Tom Jakobs)
00:50:40 – 01:01:00         Revision of CORE Junior (Christiane Kaell)
01:01:15 – end                 Plan S implementation in FNR programmes (Marc Schiltz)


Time in video

00:00:00 – 00:04:20         Plan S implementation in FNR programmes [continued] (Marc Schiltz)
00:04:40 – 00:27:30         Open Access Fund and Chronos Hub (Linda Wampach)
00:27:40 – end                 Q&A

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