New DTU DRIVEN training series: SCoPE

The Doctoral Training Unit Data-driven Computational Modelling and Applications (DTU DRIVEN) at the University of Luxembourg is hosting a new lecture series on Spotlights in Computational Physics and Engineering (SCoPE) with a special focus on high potential research in the field. The series is organised by the thematic cluster Computational Physics and Engineering Sciences of … Continued

Spotlight: Scientific Mission

DTU DRIVEN PhD candidate Diego Kozlowski is currently on a scientific mission to various international academic partners in support of his scientometrics research. Here, he shares his experiences: In February 2022 I traveled to Montreal, Canada, to visit professor Vincent Larivière at Universitè du Montreal in a three-months research stay. There, I had direct access … Continued

New research on how race and gender shape science

Researchers from the University of Luxembourg together with scientists from the University of Montreal, Georgia Tech and Berry College have recently demonstrated that racial and gender identities shape the way science is produce, with Black and Latinx authors being underrepresented in terms of participation and citation counts, affecting scientific advancement. Their findings have been recently published … Continued