LIST's Materials Research and Technology (MRT) department catalyses the translation of cutting-edge research on smart materials towards industrial innovation.
We focus on two Key Enabling Technologies (KETs): nanomaterials and nanotechnology, and composite materials. We have also a technology line dedicated to "Advanced Instrumentation for Ion Nano-Analytics".
Nanomaterials and Nanotechnology
Transducing materials and actuators, Photocatalysis and energy harvesters, Transparent electronics and smart nanocomposites, Point-of-Care and drug delivery, Modelling and design of structures and multifunctional composites, Bio-based polymers and composites, Adhesion and compatibilization of fibres/matrix, Process engineering and advanced manufacturing
In our Central Materials Laboratory, we have a unique variety of expertise and equipment at the cutting edge of technology.
We offer to our clients access to these expertise and equipment for their own research and innovation projects and propose via our Materials Characterisation and Testing Platform a wide range of standardized and made-to-measure services in: Molecular analysis, Elemental and isotopic analysis, Structure, morphology and topography, Mechanical testing and accelerated ageing, Fire testing, and Thermal analysis.
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Find also the presentation of our Materials Research and Technology (MRT) department in the dedicated flyer.
Atomic layer deposition of cobalt carbide films and their magnetic properties using propanol as a reducing agent
Sensitivity analysis of the damping properties of viscoelastic composite structures according to the layers thicknesses
LIST / MIT, a fruitful collaboration leading to a new class of functional materials
LIST has been working in partnership with the MITon SENSI research project. As a concrete and innovative result, a new class of hyper-thin, dense and defect-free metal-organic covalent network (MOCN)...
LIST and the Singapore Centre for 3D Printing have begun a new partnership on 3D composite printing
A high-level Luxembourg-Singapore partnership marks yet another step towards the start of research activities and the implementation of 3D printing technology (additive manufacturing) on Luxembourg...
LIST results published in Nature
LIST is pleased to announce that the results of one of its projects have just been published in the prestigious scientific journal Nature.
Nano particles: knowledge development at the heart of NANION
The project NANION – Nanomaterial toxicity – The role of surface properties and released ions for uptake and effects – recently successfully came to an end and the publication of results is still...
ROQUETTE partners with the LIST
LIST has started a research collaboration with the French group with an international dimension, Roquette.
Producing new sustainable composite materials out of renewable resources
World-renowned material scientist Prof Philippe Dubois is awarded an FNR PEARL Chair
The 1st Conference on Helium Ion Microscopy website is now online!
The First International Conference on Helium Ion Microscopy and Emerging Focused Ion Beam Technologies will take place in Luxembourg City on June 8-10, 2016.
LIST will host the future "National Composite Centre - Luxembourg" (NCC-L)
At a press conference, Marc Hansen, Deputy Minister for Research, and Francine Closener, Secretary of State for the Economy, presented the future "National Composite Centre - Luxembourg".
Moving Towards Smarter Cities
LIST takes part in European Smart & Living City Conference on 1-2 December 2015.
SYSBIONAMA project results published in Nature
The project analyses microbial communities with advanced molecular biology technologies to develop predictive models to control and thus direct microbial ecosystems towards desired outcomes.
Work of LIST researchers featured on well-read nanotechnology news portal
Work by researchers in the Advanced Instrumentation for Ion Nano-Analytics (AINA) group was featured on a popular nanotechnology blog
LIST's researcher to contribute to the editing of two international journals
As a result of its activities in Materials and expertise in the field of biobased polymer and nanocomposite materials, LIST will contribute to the editing of two international journals.
LIST took part in the second edition of the Blast Furnaces Festival!
On July 4th and 5th, 2015, researchers from the Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST) took part in the second edition of the Blast Furnaces Festival in Esch-Belval.
A LIST innovation in the spotlight
The international multimedia news agency Thomson Reuters paid a visit to LIST’s materials laboratory to discover one of its innovations.
Nanomaterials and Composites : eyes on Dresden
LIST joined a trade mission to Dresden, Germany to discover the key players in the field of materials.
FullComp project launches with aim of developing training in composite materials
New Horizon 2020 project FullComp to provide multidisciplinary training for the composite materials sector
Green Building Solutions Awards 2015, le concours international de solutions pour le climat
Partenaire du média social Construction21 Luxembourg, le LIST vous invite à vous informer sur la 3ème édition du concours.
LIST PhD student awarded at E-MRS 2015 Spring Meeting
Guillaume Nataf, a PhD student in the Materials Research and Technology (MRT) department, received a Graduate Student Award at the E-MRS 2015 Spring Meeting
Strong LIST presence at E-MRS 2015 Spring Meeting
MRT researchers will take part in the 2015 E-MRS Spring Meeting from May 11-15, 2015
Great success for LIST at Hannover Messe
Last week, April 13-17, 2015, in Hanover, Germany, six LIST researchers participated in Hannover Messe at the Luxembourg Pavilion organised by the Ministry of Economy.
LIST a strong player in Luxembourg’s Horizon2020 success with six projects accepted
Six LIST projects have been accepted in the Horizon2020 programme so far.
Participation of LIST in the Luxembourg space cluster mission to California
Two LIST collaborators joined the recent Luxembourg space cluster mission to California with the aim of making new strategic contacts in the aerospace, satellite and composite materials sectors.
Meet our researchers at "Hannover Messe"
LIST is part of the Luxembourg Pavilion at the Hannover Messe 2015
Les polymères à l'honneur: visitez le site Internet de GFP'15!
Découvrez le site web dédié au 44ème colloque national du Groupe Français d’études et d’applications des Polymères (GFP).
LIST & Sandvik Machining Solutions have started a collaborative project in the field of nano-composite coatings for tooling systems
Conference on materials research
Yesterday's conference "Les Jeudis des Sciences" was dedicated to materials.
A paper co-signed by LIST in Nature Physics
A LIST’s researcher is co-author of a paper published in the March 2015 issue of the prestigious monthly scientific journal Nature Physics.
25 people attended the "Advanced course on detection, quantification and modelling strategies for environmental Engineered NanoMaterials"
Visit of a delegation from Toyota Motor Corporation
On March 4, 2015, the LIST hosted a delegation from Toyota Motor Corporation.
LIST researcher awarded by Chinese Government
Dr Fan Xu gets the 2014 Chinese government award: “Outstanding self-financed PhD thesis abroad”.
Sectoral Mission in Turkey: from space technologies to automotive
LIST participated in the "Automotive" delegation in the framework of the official sectoral mission in Turkey.
Participation in the sectorial mission in Turkey
LIST participated in the seminar dedicated to space technologies and organised within the frame of the official sectorial mission in Turkey.
Coupling in Multifunctional ferroic materials
Mastering the faults in type P transparent semiconductor oxides
Mechanical recycling of polylactide for new applications
Durability of Polymer Based Composite Materials and Structures
Concevoir une nouvelle génération d'électrodes durables pour les piles à combustible
New Nanocomposite Coatings for Fire Retardant Applications
A multidisciplinary, intersectoral and international research training network focused on the full spectrum of composite materials.
Creating a network of stakeholders from industry, research and university active in the European materials sector
Nanomaterial toxicity - The role of surface properties and released ions for uptake and effects
Nano electronics for pH control and ultra-dense electrochemical synthesis