Better flood prediction on a global scale
LIST is adding to its research on flood prediction using remote sensing, a project to develop a tool specifically for large at-risk basins around the world.
Construction supply chain: when hard work contributes to meet real life challenges
LIST is proud to announce that a new project, the creation of the Brussels Construction Consolidation Centre (BCCC), has recently been accepted by the Brussels Government and the Brussels innovation (...)
Optimize the collection of waste produced by professionals
A second research project focusing on the optimization of waste management processes currently in place at Polygone is taking shape with LIST.
Open data for a smarter society
In the framework of its activities in IT for Innovative Services (ITIS), LIST is a partner of Interreg North-West Europe “Building an Ecosystem to Generate Opportunities for Open Data” (BE-GOOD) (...)
Meteorological Bulletin LIST - Autumn 2018
LIST, ASTA and MeteoLux have just published the analysis of the meteorological data collected within the framework of long-term monitoring activities of hydroclimatological variables for Autumn 2018. (...)
Personalised awareness-raising activities for Researchers Days 2018
Using its own resources or in partnership with Goodyear and the University of Luxembourg, LIST has gathered together thirty researchers to offer five educational activities for Researchers Days 2018.
MED-IT Morocco - Luxembourg in the spotlight
On 27-28 November 2018, LIST has participated to the annual international conference “MED-IT, One to One” in Skhirat (Morocco) where a parallel Luxembourg delegation has been involved. Indeed, (...)
Standardisation of situational awareness systems to strengthen operations in civil protection
The workshop SAYO, organized by the Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST), in collaboration with ARTTIC took place on 29-30 November 2018 in Luxembourg city.
Life cycle assessment sparks interest at the highest levels of state
A year after meeting HRH Grand Duke Henri at the international conference LCM 2017, two LIST employees were granted a private audience at the Grand Ducal Court.
Outlining a potential road towards more effective reverse engineering
On 30 January - 1 February 2019, LIST will participate in the Ninth International Symposium on the separation and characterization of natural and synthetic macromolecules (SCM-9) presenting results (...)
A Taiwanese delegation visits LIST
In conjunction with the 11th edition of the Taiwan-Luxembourg Joint Business Council (TLJBC) platform, the Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST) has welcomed a delegation of 24 (...)