When budding developers decipher the codes - Makerfest 2018
LIST took part in the winter edition of Makerfest: LIST researchers were there with a stand dedicated to Kniwwelino which, with its Christmas tree and dazzling diodes, was a great success with (...)
LIST Quarterly #3 out now!
LIST's trimestrial tech knowledge e-newsletter started in April 2018, with two separate versions in English and French. It is focused on technology transfer and industrial partnerships and highlights (...)
Technology Enhanced Assessment Conference 2018
With the aim of advancing the understanding and application of information technology to the assessment process (E-Assessment) through peer-reviewed contributions from the research and practice (...)
Beyond human: LIST spin-offs tackle next generation technologies
The human brain has been responsible for remarkable achievements: it has built bridges and railways, unravelled the human genome, written symphonies and timeless novels. However, in terms of (...)
LIST leads the first evaluation of the economic impacts of open data in Luxembourg
LIST was mandated by the Luxembourg government to lead the first evaluation of the economic impact of Open Data in Luxembourg for 2018. The Open Government Data (OGD)’s philosophy is to promote (...)
Smart City as main topic of the International Symposium 2019
On 5-7 March 2019 will be held the 10th International Symposium and ADIMAP at Belval Innovation Campus, organised by LIST and LISER, with the cooperation of the Ecole Nationale d’Administration (...)
Connected mobility, a key aspect for the installation of 5G in Luxembourg
Following recent involvement in a European project focusing on connected mobility, LIST will be making a key contribution to the future deployment of 5G in Luxembourg and in Europe.
Exploring mobility data through wireless networks: a lightweight and privacy-friendly solution!
LIST's latest advances on sensing systems, information collection and processing, including a mobile application, were presented at an international conference in China.
Construction supply chain: when hard work contributes to meet real life challenges
LIST is proud to announce that a new project, the creation of the Brussels Construction Consolidation Centre (BCCC), has recently been accepted by the Brussels Government and the Brussels innovation (...)
Optimize the collection of waste produced by professionals
A second research project focusing on the optimization of waste management processes currently in place at Polygone is taking shape with LIST.
Open data for a smarter society
In the framework of its activities in IT for Innovative Services (ITIS), LIST is a partner of Interreg North-West Europe “Building an Ecosystem to Generate Opportunities for Open Data” (BE-GOOD) (...)