A "national control tower" monitoring and preventing collapse of essential services
The ACTING NoW project, funded by the National Research Fund (FNR), aims to provide the government and Luxembourg companies with a decision-making aid tool.
Towards the transition to a circular economy through Clean Technologies
On the occasion of the CleanTech Forum Europe, which will take place for the first time virtually on 18-20 May 2020, Enrico Benetto, head of the Environmental Sustainability Assessment and Circularity (...)
Data science for the tire of the future
Within the strategic collaboration between LIST and Goodyear, LIST explores the potential of data all along the life cycle of a tire.
Creating automated maps with robots
With our AIML-TILT system, our autonomous robots create maps of large buildings using technologies such as LIDAR and camera, enabling a fast digitalization of large areas at a lower cost.
Professional training with augmented reality
Radiological incidents, whether caused by acts of terrorism or accidents, pose a significant threat to the public and first responders. Watch our researcher Roderick Mc Call explain how training (...)
A LIST-developed technology goes global
LIST-developed flood monitoring technology has been put to practical use in flooding emergencies from Mozambique to Myanmar.
No time to waste with Polygone!
Discover in a video two LIST projects carried out with our partner Polygone: an intelligent waste collection platform (SWAM) and an IT tool to optimize the planning of waste sorting centres (...)
New FNR funding for LIST
In December 2019, the FNR announced funding for the CORE, PSP-CLASSIC, BRIDGE, JUMP (Proof of Concept) and INTER programmes. In total, LIST will obtain €5.291 million for 12 projects. This is further (...)
Luxembourg targets the setup of a blockchain hub of excellence
Major players team up to develop blockchain expertise in Luxembourg
What will your future look like (thanks to LIST)?
Cognitive environments, Industry 4.0, digital twins, personalised medicine and more: welcome to the world of the future, which is being developed in our laboratories at LIST! Discover ten (...)
Kniwwelino comes to the classroom
Programming is child's play: from now on, the brand-new Kniwwelino Classroom Kit is aimed at all Luxembourgian schoolchildren.