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.
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 (...)
Integration of IoT and satellite highlighted at the AdHoc-Now 2019 conference
The Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST) organises the 18th International Conference on Ad Hoc Networks and Wireless (AdHoc-Now 2019) that will take place in Luxembourg-Kirchberg at (...)
When research assists winegrowers
LIST recently presented its latest research results in viticulture to the Luxembourg wine grower community
Research Luxembourg delegation in Quebec
During the last week of February 2019, LIST took part in a “Research Luxembourg” delegation visiting Quebec (CA) with the aim of strengthening the links between both regions in the fields of research (...)
New appointments strengthen LIST research groups
Four new research group leaders have recently joined the LIST RDI management team in both environmental and materials innovation.
An automatic satellite image processing tool for flood hazard prevention on a global scale
LIST and its partners are revealing the method behind the HASARD tool allowing for flood maps to be generated on a global scale using satellite data.
Goodyear-LIST: 18 months of partnership and initial results
LIST and its industrial partner Goodyear met recently to review the latest developments of their joint collaboration.
Nature Based Solutions for re-naturing cities – latest project results
As partner of the European research project “Nature Based Solutions for re-naturing cities: knowledge diffusion and decision support platform through new collaborative models” (Nature4Cities), LIST (...)
Close monitoring of pollinators in Luxembourg
In a dedicated conference, LIST recently presented its studies and expertise on pollinators whose decline in Europe is a major ecological and economical issue.