In this section, discover the main ongoing research projects at the “Environmental Research and Innovation” (ERIN) department of LIST and see the past projects.
Modelling the potential of flexibility in households, industry, SMEs and the e-mobility sector to support electricity grid operators in the energy transition.
Testing a mix of early flowering cultivars as trap crops for oilseed rape in order to reduce damage from the Pollen Beetle, Brassicogethes aeneus.
Bridging the digital divide and addressing the need of Rural Communities with Cost-effective and Environmental-Friendly Connectivity Solutions
Assessment of biomass burning components contained in fine dust (PM10) at Walferdange.
Automating the observation of amphibians by the use of an underwater camera trap, and assess its value for the biodiversity monitoring.
Digitalising weed control process to empower farmers towards a sustainable and responsible use of herbicides.
Fostering circularity in construction domain by better identifying, salvaging and circulating reusable building materials and elements through developing stakeholders’ awareness [...]
Agricultural management to reduce soil greenhouse gas emissions, enhance soil carbon and increase crop drought resilience.
Paving the way towards the circulation of viruses monitoring with high epidemic and pandemic potential in a non-invasive cost-effective manner.