Developing innovative IT services
The Luxembourg economy is strongly based on services, in particular on services that are based on IT. In this context, the "IT for Innovative Services" (ITIS) department at the Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST) aims to bolster this domain through multi-disciplinary scientific and technological research leading to the development of innovative IT services.
Its department "IT for Innovative Services" (ITIS) gathers about 140 highly skilled researchers and engineers from various disciplines to address technological, organisational, human, and economic aspects of innovative IT services.
Research areas 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.
ITIS's research programme focuses on the challenges involved in exploiting massively interconnected systems of data, devices and people to enable informed decision-making, use of information systems in measuring and controlling the quality of services in networked enterprises, and tools for IT services innovation processes.
The objectives of ITIS fall directly within the framework of the 'Digital Lëtzebuerg' strategy of the Luxembourg government. Design of innovative services is undertaken through direct cooperation with market stakeholders, within the framework of an open innovation approach and implementation of a 'living lab' allowing to associate all stakeholders in the design and roll-out of the services.
The innovative IT services designed by ITIS are developed primarily in partnership with the following markets and sectors: construction, logistics and mobility, healthcare and IT professionals.
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How to integrate risk management in IT settings Within management systems? Comparison and integration perspectives from ISO standards
Towards understanding the design space of tangible user interfaces for collaborative urban planning
CrossCult, a new European project
LIST coordinates the European project CrossCult involving partners from ten countries on the issue of digital cultural heritage.
Towards more coordinated patient management
LIST introduces GECAMed and e-SENS at Med@Tel.
LIST researcher awarded for paper on personality compatibility in crowd teams
On February 27–March 2, 2016, LIST participated in the 19th ACM conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing (CSCW 2016) held in San Francisco, USA.
A look back at The European Data Forum 2015: video now online!
The video recording of 2015 European Data Forum (EDF) that took place on November 16-17 is now available online.
Developing a tangible user interface application
On 1st April, create your own tangible user interface (TUI) applications using TULIP, a framework developed at LIST to allow for rapid application development.
Building Information Modeling (BIM): seminar in Belgium
On 15 February 2016, LIST participated in a seminar entitled “Building Information Modeling – Between Practice and Research”, organized by LNA- Faculty of Architecture (BE).
Recognize - remedy – re-engage: focus on the Erasmus+ project
As part of the Erasmus+ project RECOGNIZE – REMEDY – RE-ENGAGE, LIST organized a training week in Madrid from 25 to 29 January 2016.
e-Sens project: Cross-border Patient Summary and ePrescription now one step closer to implementation
LIST and the Agence eSanté participated in tests to prepare the Luxembourg for the future cross-border exchanges of patient summary and electronic prescription data.
A tool to change the course of your career
An innovative approach to information security in the healthcare sector
Moving Towards Smarter Cities
LIST takes part in European Smart & Living City Conference on 1-2 December 2015.
The end of the HEEL project: from practical experience to national perspectives
LIST cordially invites you to attend the final conference of the HEEL (HEalth modELing) research project on 10 December 2015.
European Data Forum 2015 a great success!
The event, co-organized by LIST, attracted over 700 data professionals
Exploiting Data Integration in a European Digital Single Market!
The 2015 European Data Forum, an annual event focusing on Europe’s Data Economy is taking place in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg. More than 900 industry leaders, researchers, and policy makers are...
Qualité de vie au travail et technologies mobiles
Une matinée de conférences sur les effets liés à l'usage intensif des technologies mobiles sur la qualité de vie au travail se tiendra à Belval le 8 décembre 2015.
Project focused on health monitoring for seniors kicks off
LIST researcher wins award for paper on cooperative public transport at 2015 ITS World Congress
Marcin Seredynski received the reward for his paper written as part of MOBITRAFF
LIST researchers invited to present collaborative tool for sustainable mobility scenarios at meeting of EU Transport ministers
LIST's tangible table attracted attention for its mapping and collaborative decision making applications
LIST technology receives Patient Experience Award at Luxembourg Healthcare Summit 2015
The team behind WikiFood was recognized for their work in supporting patients
Construction: LIST is off to a flying start this September in the field of BIM
Discover all of LIST's recent activity in Building Information Modelling (BIM)
LIST's participation in the World Forum Convergences 2015
LIST is participating in the Convergences World Forum organised from September 7-9, 2015 in Paris.
SUCCESS to participate in the 2015 CIVITAS Forum
The SUCCESS project will join a booth alongside other projects focused on urban freight.
Demonstrating intermodal containerised transport in North-West Europe
An informative film on intermodal transport trials set up by LIST researchers and conducted last January as part of the European Interreg IVB Weastflows project is now online.
Zoom on the topic: Building Information Modeling – 3D Coordination at LIST
LIST’s experts conduct research and experiments on BIM and 3D Coordination.
A new tool and customised demonstrations for efficient supply chain logistics
A tracking and tracing tool for supply chains, for which LIST offers demonstrations in Luxembourg, has been developed by the Ecologistics partners.
La solution de non-répudiation européenne e-SENS testée avec succès lors du IHE Connectathon 2015
Une solution développée dans le cadre du projet européen e-SENS testée par le consortium luxembourgeois lors du IHE-Connectahon 2015
Retour sur le BIM-Forum Luxembourg
La société Drees & Sommer, en partenariat avec le LIST, a organisé une rencontre sur le thème du Building Information Modeling (BIM).
Ecologistics comes to a successful close with the demonstration of a tracking and tracing solution for efficient supply chain logistics
The Ecologistics project closed with the final conference held on June 5th, 2015.
Retour sur la conférence finale du projet LaMiLo
Des experts de la logistique, des décideurs et des universitaires ont été invités à débattre des solutions qui rendront les livraisons du dernier kilomètre, plus efficace et durable lors de la...
8th professional master's degree for information systems security specialists
Registrations are now open for the 2015/2017 cohort for Master in Information Systems Security Management
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.
Retour sur la Journée de l’Education dédiée à la Sécurité de l'Information (ISED 2015)
Retour sur la première édition de la Journée de l'Education dédiée à la Sécurité de l'Information organisée le 22 mai 2015 au campus Kirchberg.
Innovative solutions to improve the logistics management of urban construction sites
On 26 and 27 May, the kick-off meeting of the European research project SUCCESS was held in Luxembourg, with LIST as project coordinator.
LIST researchers collaborating with the Tudor Museum
LIST researchers will co-develop a new exhibition at the Tudor Museum
LIST co-hosting the first annual Information Security Education Day
LIST will co-host the first annual Information Security Education Day to share new knowledge on key topics in security and privacy
LIST spin-off Open Assessment Technologies winner of two major industry awards for open source TAO® solution
The open source assessment solution TAO® from LIST spin-off Open Assessment Technologies S.A. has recently won two major awards in the field of education technology
New video online: "From research to business: the TAO® success story"
Zoom on LIST activities in the field of technology-based assessment and the TAO® success story.
Interest from Morocco in the technologies developed at LIST
LIST participated at the Logismed trade show held in Casablanca from 12 to 14 May.
"Green Innovation Award" for Naturhome SA
Congratulations to the winners!
Transport Logistic 2015: François Bausch meets LIST in Munich
On May 6, 2015, François Bausch, Minister of Sustainable Development and Infrastructure, met LIST at the "transport logistic 2015" trade fair in Munich, Germany.
GECAMed, first Luxembourgish software to obtain IHE conformity
The interoperability of GECAMed with other solutions available for professionals in the healthcare sector is demonstrated.
Transfert de technologies vers le secteur de la logistique marocain
Les technologies développées par le LIST pour le secteur de la logistique présentes au salon Logismed de Casablanca.
Discover LIST four professional masters degrees
Registrations are now open for the 2015/2017 cohort for the four professional masters degrees offered by LIST.
Director of the ITIS department a keynote speaker at IEEE RCIS 2015 conference
Prof. Eric Dubois will be a keynote speaker at the IEEE 9th International Conference on Research Challenges in Information Science (RCIS).
eHealth the focus at Med-e-Tel
From April 22-24, 2015, LIST researchers took part in the 13th edition of Med-e-Tel.
Meet LIST researchers at transport logistic 2015
LIST will be part of one of the two Luxembourg Pavilions at transport logistic 2015
Deliveries in the Luxembourg City’s Gare district put under the microscope
The results of a study carried out last year on freight transport in Luxembourg City’s Gare district have just been published.
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.
Discover LIST's activities at Med-e-Tel
LIST participates in the 13th edition of Med-e-Tel
Success in the USA for LIST’s spin-off OAT and its Open Source assessment platform TAO®
TAO, an assessment platform developed by LIST spin-off OAT, has been chosen by PARCC for a large-scale assessment programme in the USA.
STORK 2.0 launches 4 real-life pilots
STORK 2.0 announces the launch of the real-life pilots eLearning Qualifications, eBanking, Public Services for Business and eHealth
Zoom on a top story: “e-SENS: digitising government services across Europe“
As the coordinator of the European project e-SENS for Luxembourg, LIST invites you to read a recently published article.
Portes ouvertes des Masters professionnels
Découvrez les Masters professionnels du LIST organisés en partenariat avec les universités de la Grande Région, dédiés à la qualité, à la logistique, à l’informatique et l’innovation, et à la sécurité...
Zoom on P4ITS network : expertise sharing
LIST, a partner of the EU co-funded network P4ITS - Public Procurement of Innovation (PPI) for ITS.
Transfert de technologie: mission réussie au Maroc!
Dans le cadre d'une convention de collaboration avec le Ministère des Affaires Etrangères du Luxembourg, le LIST encourage le transfert de technologies au Maroc.
Presentation of the results of the european project Weastflows
The outcomes of four years of work with 22 partners in Transport and Logistics in the North West Europe Corridor.
Knowledge Extraction and Management: 150 experts will meet in Luxembourg
LIST welcomes from January 27th to January 30th, 2015, the 15th edition of the international conference on Knowledge Extraction and Management.
Optimizing human effort in complex crowdsourcing
Devise a European skills matrix for BIM actors, as well as a method for assessing the maturity of BIM skills
Developing an ISO 17024 compliant European CVET trainer certification scheme based on a European CVET trainer competence matrix.
Studying the training requirements and certification procedures for trainers working in the field of continuous vocational education and training (CVET).
Developing and deploying vehicle-to-vehicle communication systems to improve road condition information systems
Stimulating a change in the way European citizens grasp history thanks to the contribution of innovative ICT technologies
Proposing methods and tools to understand changes that affect knowledge organization systems (KOS) and exploiting this information to automatize the maintenance of existing [...]
Developing interoperable Europe-wide public services
Public administration in the age of e-learning
Supporting the cross-border eco-renovation and sustainable building industry
Developing an ICT tool for supply chain tracking and tracing using the Electronic Product Code
Methods and tools for supporting the semi-automatic evolution of semantic annotations based on the evolution of controlled terminologies
Gaining a better understanding of radiation-related risks in the medical field
Self-assessment of skills in line with professional requirements
Integration of GECAMed medical office management software into the " eHealth platform"
Studying the use of gestures in collaborative complex problem solving scenarios on tangible user interfaces
Towards a smart habitat for user comfort
Modelling information security risks for the health sector
The problem of urban freight delivery becomes a real challenge for local authorities and transporters. On the one hand, the last mile delivery represents 20% of the total cost of [...]
Logistics Skills Transparency
The transport and storage services sector is a vital sector of the European economy. In 2009, with approximately 533 billion Euros of gross value added (GVA), equating to 5.1% of [...]
The industrialisation of the construction industry
Improving the care of the elderly at home through a communication platform enabling collaboration between informal and professional caregivers
Moving towards industrialisation of interactive software
Bringing citizen-focused electromobility solutions to Luxembourg’s Nordstad region
Odour Monitoring and Information System based on Citizen and Technology Innnovative Sensors
Linking enterprise architecture principles with their architectural design decisions
Systemic Approach of Risk Management
Accelerating innovation through optimised use of social media
A generic platform to serve a variety of senior-supportive organisations (and help them improve their performance and increase their options in senior occupational support)
Studying and improving the efficiency of urban freight logistics for the construction sector
A turnkey solution for IT process assessment.
Professionnalisation et reconnaissance du métier de conducteur - livreur en milieu urbain par la mise en place d’un cycle modulaire de formation.
Developing a modular electric vehicle for urban freight delivery.
Strengthening the development of sustainable connectivity solutions for freight transportation and logistics on an West-East green axis through telematics and ICT solutions
Installing and trialing an electric car sharing network in the industrial zones of Strassen, Cloche d’Or and Kirchberg