The Public Research Centre Gabriel Lippmann and the Public Research Centre Henri Tudor merge to become the Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology and strengthen innovation in Luxembourg and Europe.
The former Knowledge Transfer & Training Centre (SITEC) of the CRP Henri Tudor, becomes today the LIST Training Centre. It offers conferences for professionals, qualifying and degree training courses. Are you looking to master new challenges and be at the cutting edge of your sector of activity? Increase your competences with us!
In environment, LIST develops strategies, technologies and tools to better monitor, assess, use and safeguard natural and renewable resources.
Research areas in IT are based around the innovation of services with a high level of information intensity and issued with a level of quality allowing for trust to be gained in their use and for generating value around new business models.
LIST translates cutting-edge materials research into applicable technology. LIST activities are centred on two Key Enabling Technologies (KETs): Advanced Materials and Nanotechnology.
From 27 to 30 January 2015, 150 specialists in knowledge extraction and management and representatives of companies from a variety of sectors meet at the Abbaye de Neumünster in Luxembourg-Grund for the 15th International Conference on Knowledge Extraction and Management.View more
Nano electronics for pH control and ultra-dense electrochemical synthesis
The First International Workshop on Social Aspects of Business Intelligence and Technology - SABIT 2015
As part of The Fifth International Conference on Business Intelligence and Technology (BUSTECH 2015), LIST will organise the First International Workshop on Social Aspects of Business Intelligence and Technology (SABIT 2015). The event will be held on March 22-27, 2015 in Nice, France.
Study on the impact of land use on recent bee colony losses presented at LIST
Bee keepers and collaborators of veterinary and agricultural administrations of Luxembourg met at LIST to join a presentation of results from the project BeeFirst.
The journal Animal highlights a LIST publication
A scientific article of LIST's "Environmental Research and Innovation" department has been highlighted as "article of the month" by the journal Animal