Remote detection of the Earth's evapotranspiration for NASA and ESA
LIST's "Surface Temperature Initiated Closure" evaporation model has become one of the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory's official algorithms for generating ECOSTRESS products on the water cycle on a (...)
Making e-mobility in the electricity network a reality
The Luxembourg Institite of Science and Technology (LIST) contributed to the “Flexibility possibilities and user behaviour analysis” (Flex-BeAn) project, focusing on society and network flexibility.
LIST introduces new PVD pilot line as a major step forward in material coating technology
The 18-metre semi-industrial equipment addresses challenge related to scalability, autonomous manufacturing and technology transfer.
Innovative tool to help industries optimize steam and electricity generation from lost heat
Heat2Power® is the result of a 3-year research collaboration between LIST and ArcelorMittal Foundation Luxembourg.
Co-creating tomorrow's major innovations
LIST is a trusted partner for businesses, universities and public institutions, and an accelerator of change for a digital, resilient and sustainable society. It offers solutions in its four areas of (...)
Creating unique nano-analytical techniques in batteries
An international research team led by LIST conducted research to further develop tools and methods of analysis, including machine learning approaches for battery characterisation.
Designing a learning solution to detect anomalies in telecommunications networks
LIST developed a semi-supervised solution based on deep learning methods to enable the detection of anomalies in the central telecommunications network.
ESRIC Start-up Support Programme III
As part of the third edition of the ESRIC Start-up Support Programme, discover the five new ventures that will start their pre-incubation journey.
LIST signs Memorandum of Understanding with the Ministry of Health
The two entities signed the agreement on 7 September to strengthen their collaboration in the field of environmental health and scientific research.
Explaining 5G and demonstrating its potential in Luxembourg
LIST conducted the 5G-PLANET project, leading to the creation of concrete, tangible demonstrators, showing the R&D challenges we face and proving the value of using these advanced communication (...)
A step towards Luxembourg’s first quantum computer
Taking a look back at the success stories of 2022 at LIST, Florian Kaiser joined the Materials Department to create a new research group dedicated to materials for quantum computing.