Networks and opportunities
Are you a researcher and want to engage in network activities related to sustainability? Or are you keen on spreading your knowledge? Here we gather information on different networks and activities both within and outside of the university.
Share your research
The Sustainability Forum receive a lot of requests for public engagements (talks, discussions, panels) from interesting actors throughout society. Are you a researcher who is keen on spreading your knowledge? Send an email to Jenny Hansson with a few sentences on your research and we will add you to our library of speakers!
jenny [dot] hansson [at] cec [dot] lu [dot] se
KIC Knowledge and Innovation Communities
Lund University is partner of EIT Climate-KIC, the main climate innovation initiative of EU and a core partner in EIT Food, Europe’s leading food innovation initiative, working to make the food system more sustainable, healthy and trusted. Working with EIT networks can give you new perspectives and opportunities.
Global Academy Working on Global Goals
The Global Academy are the researchers and academics working internationally to make the world a better place. Together they are helping us achieve the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
Future Earth is a global network of scientists, researchers, and innovators collaborating for a more sustainable planet. Together, this global community facilitates research, mobilises networks, sparks innovation, and turns knowledge into action.
A Swedish plattform for dialog between climate researchers/experts and companies, schools, and the broader society.
Sustainable development - an introduction (online)
The course is an introduction to the area of sustainable development. The course describes how the concept is defined and explains what sustainable development means. Furthermore, societal aspects of sustainable development are addressed and examples are given of how Lund University works with sustainable development.
Career development for academic staff
Lund University offers a broad range of activities that contribute in one way or another to career development for academic staff, either within academia or outside it. The activities are offered in English and the vast majority are free of charge, both for individuals and departments. Some activities are suitable for doctoral students, some for postdocs and others for research team leaders.
Focus: Career - Online After Work: Career advice, case discussions and a fun quiz!
When: 12 Februrary 2021, 15:30-16:45
Join for a relaxed After Work with a focus on your future career!
After a series of career-related events, put your newly gained knowledge to the test! Join us for a digital After Work where you will get career advice from alumni, listen to a career-focused case discussion by an expert panel and join a fun quiz. A perfect start to the weekend and your future career!
Strategic Research Areas
Lund University has 11 strategic research areas (SRAs), whose activities span virtually all faculties and are often interdisciplinary.
MAX IV and ESS
Lund is home to the two largest research facilities in Sweden, reflecting the strength and attractiveness of research at Lund University.
Lund University Thematic Collaboration Initiatives
Broad interdisciplinary collaborations within the academy in collaboration with activities outside the university.
lu.se (in Swedish)
LU Futura, the University’s think-tank, will take an interdisciplinary approach to important future issues.