LIST takes the initiative to create the smart cities of the future
The Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology has been a participant in the pan-European initiative, and is involved in various projects in different areas of smart city development.
LIST contributes to monitor Mozambique floods with satellite imagery
The HASARD® tool, a LIST technology allowing for flood maps to be generated on a global scale using satellite data, has just been upgraded on the European Space Agency’s GPOD platform.
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)
Skilled trade and craft professionals connected to future digital objects
At a workshop held at the Institute's premises in Belval on Tuesday 26 March 2019, nine skilled trade and craft professionals from various sectors learnt how to prototype new digital products and (...)
State-of-the-art facilities for biotechnologies research
LIST has recently inaugurated on its Hautcharage site new laboratories dedicated to bioreactors and new offices for the research group “Plant biotechnologies”.
LIST supports ANISOPRINT in improving 3D printing technology
LIST and Anisoprint have committed to developing effective and tailor-made formulations of Carbon-Fibre Reinforced Polymer (CFRP) composites for industrial applications of 3D-printed materials.
R&D activities in Belgium and Luxembourg - Expertise sharing with GRD Network
LIST has welcomed a delegation from GRD Network (Groupe Recherche et Développement) in Belvaux on 13 March 2019.
The learning by doing approach in the spotlight of Gender4STEM teaching assistant
The European pilot tour of the Gender4Stem teaching assistant has recently started and made a stop in Luxembourg at IFEN on 14 March 2019, at the occasion of the training delivered by the Luxembourg (...)
Strain as a lever to enhance future ferroelectric photovoltaics
In Science Advances, LIST researchers described a new physical effect related to photovoltaics – the “piezo-photovoltaic” effect – paving the way towards more efficient photovoltaic materials.
Towards a Smart Nation with the International Symposium
On 5-6 March 2019 the 10th International Symposium entitled "The emergence of the Smart City: stakes, challenges, practices and impacts for public governance" was held at Belval Innovation Campus (...)
LIST: Positive outlook after scrutiny from peers
On 6 March 2019 at the occasion of a press conference in the presence of international experts-evaluators, the Minister of Higher Education and Research, Claude Meisch, presented the results of the (...)