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 (...)
End of November 2018 - All about the PhD community
The end of November 2018 was in a way dedicated to PhDs. Two events celebrating doctoral training in Luxembourg have been held at the Belval innovation campus, LIST PhD Day 2018 followed by the (...)
Environmental urban sustainability – Elsevier journal special issue
LIST is organising a special issue dealing with “Methods and applications for quantitative assessment of renewable and sustainable energy solutions at the urban scale” to be published in the Elsevier (...)
Energy and Circular Economy at LIST
LIST supports energy stakeholders in the challenges they face to make the transition towards circular economy.
Luxembourg exports its expertise in viticulture and climate change
LIST shares its expertise in viticulture and climate change and implements long-term relations with a leading Portuguese university, as well as with renowned European partners
Lush hails an innovative 3D in vitro lung model
The cosmetics company Lush has rewarded Aline Chary, a researcher at the Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology, for her work in designing a three-dimensional in vitro lung model as part of (...)
LIST at Student Fair 2018
On 8-9 November 2018 participated in the Luxembourg student fair organized by CEDIES at Luxexpo, Luxembourg-Kirchberg.
The daily work of an RTO #7: microbiology
LIST has launched a series of short news, each representing a part of the new corporate video to be found on LIST video channel. The seventh issue of “The daily work of an RTO” series is focused on (...)
The daily work of an RTO #6: remote sensing technologies
LIST launches a series of short news, each representing a part of the new corporate video to be found on LIST video channel. The sixth issue of “The daily work of an RTO” series is focused on the (...)
Remote Sensing and Natural Resources Modelling: a well-packed activity portfolio
In October 2018, as part of its activities in Remote Sensing and Natural Resources Modelling, the Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST) participated in a series of events.
LIST announces appointment of new CEO
Esch/Belval – By unanimous decision, the Board of Directors of LIST has appointed 48-year-old Swedish national Dr Thomas Kallstenius as new CEO. He will take up his functions at Luxembourg’s biggest (...)