To enable its researchers to achieve scientific excellence and foster innovation, HEC Lausanne provides unique research infrastructures comprising services, resources, and facilities.
The HEC Research Office’s mission is to provide researchers with personalized advice and services enabling them to advance their research career. Its role is to help researchers understand and benefit from the research infrastructure and environment at HEC Lausanne, in Switzerland, and internationally. More specifically, the HEC Research Office provides researchers with advice and best practices at every stage of the administrative cycle of their research, ranging from the identification of funding and mobility opportunities, to project proposal submissions and research dissemination, and redirects researchers to internal expert services.
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The CEDIF is the HEC Lausanne documentation centre where researchers can get access to top economic and financial data, and receive professional and personalised research and analysis advice.
The LABEX is the HEC research center, which provides methodological, operational and technical support to researchers. It also provides access to specific rooms and equipment and to a large pool of experimental subjects.
Website: HEC-LABEX, Laboratory for behavioral experiments
The services below are available to all HEC Lausanne researchers.
Taking part in the global Open Access movement, UNIL is developing its own strategy and provides an institutional repository to its researchers to disseminate their work in Open Access. All information and guidelines regarding Open Access at UNIL are available via the link below.
Website: Open Access at UNIL
Among its various activities, UNIRIS provides personalized advice and support in relation to research data management, including in the development of a Data Management Plan (DMP). The comprehensive list of services provided by UNIRIS is available via the link below.
PACTT is the joint technology transfer office of UNIL and CHUV. It provides advice to researchers on intellectual property, contract negotiation, collaboration with companies and other institutions, and startup creation.
The mission of the Scientific Computing and Research Support Unit (Division calcul et soutien à la recherche, DCSR, in French) is to provide computation and storage resources to the UNIL community as well as transverse expertise to the various faculties of the University and its affiliated institutes. The expertise ranges from high performance computing (HPC) programming support to full stack development consulting missions.
FORS services allow you to store, share, and archive your research data on secure UNIL servers.
UNIL offers a number of workshops designed for doctoral candidates and postdoctoral researchers of all faculties.
Formerly known as The Luxembourg Income Study, LIS is a data archive and research center dedicated to cross-national analysis.
Website: Luxembourg Income Study
The services below are available to all UNIL researchers.
Euresearch informs researchers on European research programmes, connects and supports researchers during their application process.
Innosuisse’s role is to promote science-based innovation in the interests of industry and society in Switzerland.
UNIL 4 Research is a database that offers easy access to international research funding opportunities.
Site web: UNIL 4 Research
UNIL Foundation provides financial support to PhDs and postdocs for research projects.
Website: Fondation UNIL
Swiss Foundation database lists all the Swiss foundations supporting research.
Site web: Base de données des fondations Suisses