I'm a Senior Lecturer at the Institute for Teaching and Learning within the Department of Education and Social Work of the University of  Luxembourg.

I've earned a PhD in Psychological and Educational Sciences at the Free University of Brussels, Belgium under the supervision of Prof. Dr Axel Cleeremans.

I've been contributing to various research projects on computer-based assessment and ICT-enriched learning as well as on the cognitive neuroscience of numerical and spatial cognition. My current research interests are Educational Technology and Learning Sciences.


Research interests
Educational Technology
Learning Sciences
Educational Media

Latest content Robert Reuter took part in

Education & Social Work
Two awards for the Create Digital Games for Education project
Two awards for the Create Digital Games for Education project
Faculty Blog
Finding our online routine
Three weeks. The days go by and each one seems more like the one before. Three weeks in which we changed our habits and defined new routines. “Stay Healthy” has replaced our email signatures and joining a webex meeting or ‘virtual classroom’ is now just as common as going to a classroom in the Maison du Savoir. Three weeks, the opportunity for our lecturers to look back at their first experiences of remote teaching.
Behavioural & Cognitive Sciences
Using e-learning to combat domestic violence
Domestic violence costs European countries billions of Euros a year in terms of healthcare and economic downturn.
The aim of a new project in the Institute of Health and Behaviour is to develop an on-line training to improve doctor's response to domestic violence.