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 (...)
The science of materials that do not exist
In 2018, LIST entered into a partnership with the Semiconductor Research Corporation and Intel, the world's leading semiconductor manufacturer. The aim is to work on magnetoelectric materials with low (...)
LIST-Goodyear: an award-winning partnership
On the 10th of September 2019, the Multi-Performance Optimisation team of the Data Science for Tires Goodyear-LIST collaborative research project received a best paper award from the Tire Society in (...)
The workplace of the future
How to collaborate better at work? Cognitive environments, also called smart spaces, can enhance workers’ performance and experience for multi-user tasks such as design, decision-making and problem (...)
A plasma robot for all situations
Give the surface of a material new properties thanks to plasma technology.