Lean & connected construction sites thanks to an application developed by LIST
LIST's "AndON" platform makes it possible to connect planning with data on a construction site, and contributes directly to "lean construction" – the work method that involves eliminating all types of (...)
Water futures in a changing world
Nearly 120 experts in water resources research from 21 countries came together from 14 to 18 October on the Belval Innovation Campus, to discuss pressing research needs in the light of global change (...)
New partnership agreement between LIST and ArcelorMittal
The Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology and ArcelorMittal Luxembourg have signed a partnership agreement to improve the leading industrialist’s energy performance.
“10 years to win the race against climate change”
Luxembourg positions itself as energy frontrunner with new biennial conference
A fresh wind is blowing through LIST
After a break of more than four years, cryogenic traction tests are once again in operation at LIST, at our laboratories in Foetz. These tests make it possible to investigate the strength of materials (...)
Fruitful Belgian state visit for LIST
Over the three days of their state visit to the Grand Duchy, The King and Queen of the Belgians explored much of what Luxembourg has to offer. This twice included LIST.
How the IoT can enable environmental sustainability
On 1-3 October 2019, LIST organized AdHoc-Now, a conference dedicated to Internet of Things (IoT) applications, in the areas of disaster management, precision agriculture and environmental monitoring (...)
Science meets Parliament
Policymakers and scientists need each other’s help to design solutions to take up the challenges of our time. Under the European Commission's Joint Research Centre’s (JRC) initiative "Science Meets (...)
Artificial Intelligence & Earth Observation: a win-win situation
On 17 September, LIST, together with public and private actors from the space sector, held a one-day conference in Namur on the hot topic of artificial intelligence in earth observation, the first of (...)
"An innovation factory made in Luxembourg"
To stay in the race and gain market shares, companies need to keep on innovating. In the Innovation & Technology section published on Paperjam in September 2019, Thomas Schoos, Head of Communication (...)
24 October: Conference on selective deconstruction & reuse
As part of its Betriber&Emwelt initiative, LIST invites you to a new information session on the deconstruction and reuse of materials, which will take place on 24 October 2019 from 2pm to 5pm at the (...)