Paving the way for the development of new intelligent materials
The excellent scientific results obtained in the context of two materials dedicated projects were showcased by a researcher from LIST, Maryline Moreno, in Nice (FR) in October 2018.
Ferroic materials in the spotlight in Nature Materials
In collaboration with their scientific peers, two LIST researchers specialized in ferroic materials for transducers were able to highlight their latest findings in the renowned Nature Materials (...)
400 participants à la conférence annuelle BIMLUX 2018
Retour sur BIMLUX, le rendez-vous annuel désormais incontournable qui a rassemblé cette année pas moins de 400 participants et orateurs pour un vaste « état des lieux des nouvelles approches induites (...)
POEM - The Practice of Enterprise modelling
On 31 October – 2 November 2018, as part of its activities in IT for Innovative Services (ITIS), LIST participated in the 11th IFIP WG 8.1. working conference on the Practice of Enterprise Modelling (...)
LIST’s Building Information Modelling researchers welcome Bilal Succar from BIM Initiative
On 12 November 2018, Bilal Succar paid visit to LIST. Bilal is a world-wide expert in Building Information Modelling (BIM) and an active researcher in BIM adoption.
LIST at Student Fair 2018
On 8-9 November 2018 participated in the Luxembourg student fair organized by CEDIES at Luxexpo, Luxembourg-Kirchberg.
Development of anti-static nanocomposites for the space environment
Promising formulations of anti-static nanocomposites have been developed at LIST and tested in prototypes of electrical wire for space applications
The daily work of an RTO #7: microbiology
LIST has launched a series of short news, each representing a part of the new corporate video to be found on LIST video channel. The seventh issue of “The daily work of an RTO” series is focused on (...)
The daily work of an RTO #6: remote sensing technologies
LIST launches a series of short news, each representing a part of the new corporate video to be found on LIST video channel. The sixth issue of “The daily work of an RTO” series is focused on the (...)
Remote Sensing and Natural Resources Modelling: a well-packed activity portfolio
In October 2018, as part of its activities in Remote Sensing and Natural Resources Modelling, the Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST) participated in a series of events.
LIST announces appointment of new CEO
Esch/Belval – By unanimous decision, the Board of Directors of LIST has appointed 48-year-old Swedish national Dr Thomas Kallstenius as new CEO. He will take up his functions at Luxembourg’s biggest (...)