LIST’s top 10 most-read news of 2019
2019 has been a busy year at LIST. Discover or rediscover the 10 stories that attracted the most visits by our readers.
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As 2019 ends, it is time for good resolutions: in 2020 we go paperless, which is why our monthly paper, the Monthly LIST, will disappear and make room for a new format: a digital and fully (...)
LIST's Board of directors appointed
As from 1 January 2020, for a five-year term, the board of directors is composed of five women and four men.
Launch of LIST’s Viswall
On Wednesday 4 December, LIST launched a wall of very high resolution multi-touch screens with a motion tracking system unique in the Greater Region. To find a similar set-up, you would have to go to (...)
“The heart and soul of our research”
“You are the heart and soul of our research activities; we need you and want you to enjoy your time here.” Those were the opening words from LIST’s CEO Thomas Kallstenius at the LIST PhD Day.
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.
"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 (...)
A look back at EARTO Annual Conference 2019
As a member of the European Association of Research and Technology Organisations (EARTO), LIST participated in the EARTO Annual Conference 2019, held on 19-20 March in Espoo (FI)
Thomas Kallstenius takes office
LIST’s newly appointed Chief Executive Officer, Thomas Kallstenius, took up his role at the head of Luxembourg’s biggest Research and Technology Organisation last Friday, February 1st 2019.
Artificial Intelligence: LIST supports the creation of a laboratory in Luxembourg
LIST actively participates in the creation of a joint Artificial Intelligence (AI) laboratory in Luxembourg.
Going the route of selective deconstruction
The practice of selective deconstruction and the benefits it offers companies and the environment were prominently featured at an event hosted as part of the "Betriber & Emwelt" cycle.