Integration of IoT and satellite highlighted at the AdHoc-Now 2019 conference
The Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST) organises the 18th International Conference on Ad Hoc Networks and Wireless (AdHoc-Now 2019) that will take place in Luxembourg-Kirchberg at (...)
Innovation in construction needs research #RICLUX2019
About 200 people have attended the 3rd meeting of the academic world with the construction sector at the Chambre des Métiers, Luxembourg. The conference « Research, Innovation and Construction » was (...)
When research assists winegrowers
LIST recently presented its latest research results in viticulture to the Luxembourg wine grower community
Research Luxembourg delegation in Quebec
During the last week of February 2019, LIST took part in a “Research Luxembourg” delegation visiting Quebec (CA) with the aim of strengthening the links between both regions in the fields of research (...)
LIST Cognitive Environments in the spotlight
LIST recently welcomed a delegation from the University of Mons (BE) at the Maison de l’Innovation in Luxembourg-Belval with the objective of this one-day workshop was to present LIST activities in IT (...)
Training professionals in IT security for over ten years
LIST and the University of Luxembourg have been training IT security management professionals by means of a dedicated Master's degree since 2006.
Open Data seeking reusers – focus on mobility and transport in Luxembourg
As a partner of the “Building an Ecosystem to Generate Opportunities for Open Data” (BE-GOOD) Interreg North-West Europe project, LIST has recently launched a series of workshops “Open Data seeking (...)
Digital Life, Automated Society: Luxembourg in the spotlight
On 7 February 2019, LIST took part in the "Digital Life, Automated Society" conference that focused on societal change in light of the progress of digital technology.
LIST supports CERATIZIT with its digital transformation
Drawing on the expertise of LIST in Data Analytics and Artificial Intelligence, CERATIZIT is stepping up its transformation towards Industry 4.0.
Thomas Kallstenius takes office
LIST’s newly appointed Chief Executive Officer, Thomas Kallstenius, took up his role at the head of Luxembourg’s biggest Research and Technology Organisation last Friday, February 1st 2019.
Artificial Intelligence: LIST supports the creation of a laboratory in Luxembourg
LIST actively participates in the creation of a joint Artificial Intelligence (AI) laboratory in Luxembourg.