In this section, discover the main ongoing research projects at the “Environmental Research and Innovation” (ERIN) department of LIST and see the past projects.
Integrating the spatiotemporal effects of vegetation water uptake on catchment travel-times and runoff generation processes.
Create a new tool based on satellite Earth observations and hydrodynamic models, in order to better evaluate large-scale flood hazard.
Enabling optical synergies to better characterize and predict the dynamic response of vegetation in changing conditions.
Towards a better understanding and prediction of environmental change consequences on the vegetation and water balance in ecosystems.
Help consumers and businesses apply the “right to know” about extremely concerning substances present in consumer articles via innovative IT tools.
A Smart Energy Management System Integrating Renewable Energy and Electric Vehicles
Acquiring data needed for minimizing winter losses in managed honey bee colonies across Luxembourg
Quantifying and assessing the value of urban ecosystem services associated with scenarios of nature-based solutions’ implementation
ECOTREE aims at developing a general understanding of REE ecotoxicity to predict the possible risks associated with the current anthropogenically-driven increase in their [...]