Interdisciplinary Research Group in Socio-technical Cybersecurity

Spirit of collaboration and a cross-discipline dialogue

Interdisciplinary Research Group in Socio-technical Security (IRiSC)

IRiSC gives visibility and continuity to recent research activities of the Interdisciplinary Centre for Security Reliability and Trust (SnT) whose common denominator is their inter- and cross-disciplinary nature. It is the natural locus where to develop and execute security research projects whose success depend on a close collaboration between researchers of different backgrounds and expertizes.

Mission

Our mission is to promote and conduct research in socio-technical security and cybersecurity in collaboration with other disciplines, such as (but not only limited to):
– social sciences
– physics and physical sciences
– political sciences and European law
– biology and natural sciences
– medicine and bio-medicine
We are also promoting cultural activities, educating our researchers to integrity in science, aware of the impact of our research might have on human rights and people.

Manifesto

Spirit of collaboration and a cross-discipline dialogue are fundamental instruments to create the knowledge that we need to face the continuous challenges of a connected and globalized society; they are also necessary toolkits to educate to a science that can sustain an open society without renouncing to its rigorous critical thinking.

Get in touch with us

SnT – Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust
29, Avenue J.F Kennedy L-1855 Luxembourg
info-irisc-lab@uni.lu