2014: 165,000 euros
2015: 175,000 euros
2016: 175,000 euros
- Association da Vinci
To get the young kids from 8 to 12 think about studying technology and science, ArcelorMittal in Luxembourg has encouraged them to deeply discover science and technology by sponsoring the activities offered by the Wëssens-Atelier Lëtzebuerg.
Set up by the da Vinci Association (associations of engineers, architects, and industrialists from Luxembourg), the Wëssens-Atelier aims at raising interest of young people in this particular world through innovative, fun and creative activities to amaze and inspire them. The Wëssens-Atelier gives these pupils the opportunity to do-it-yourself, drill, screw, weld, build, test and experiment with a huge range of materials, such as woods and metals, and to have a go at electricity, automation and computing.
- University of Luxembourg, chair in steel and facade engineering
Head of Social Relations & Head of Recruitment, Mobility and Redeployment Cell
The key points of the agreement signed in September 2015 include the financing and implementation of common research projects up to 2019. Since 2010, the group has been one of the main partners and sponsors of Luxembourg University.