A research career with LIST
With 25 job offers advertised at the Unicareers.lu 2018 recruitment fair, there are many career opportunities in the research and innovation sector at LIST!
Earth Explorer G-CLASS selected by ESA
A team of LIST researchers has been working on the Geosynchronous –Continental Land-Atmosphere Sensing System (G-CLASS) that has been selected as one of the three ESA Earth Explorer ideas.
LIST Quarterly #2 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 (...)
The smart city of the future
Creating cities fit for the future will not happen by chance - technology will be vital to evaluate and build the best solutions. LIST's goal is to equip policymakers with the tools to help create (...)
Astrobiology and Earth Observation: NASA and ESA challenges met for LIST researchers
During the summer 2018, NASA and ESA organised the Frontier Development Lab (FDL). In the context of their activities in environmental research, two LIST researchers, Dr Ramona Pelich and Dr Simone (...)
Research conducted in Luxembourg vineyards
LIST and the Wine Institute jointly conduct research into the pests and diseases affecting Luxembourg vineyards and on how to reduce the use of pesticides.
Meteorological Bulletin LIST - Summer 2018
LIST, ASTA and MeteoLux have just published the analysis of the meteorological data collected within the framework of long-term monitoring activities of hydroclimatological variables for summer 2018.
Businesses: Your views count for research on SVHCs
Luxembourgish businesses manufacturing, trading or importing articles are invited to participate in a questionnaire that has been distributed in 13 European countries.
#8/10 In brief: LIST RA17 – Build one of the best hydroclimatological observatories in the World
Over the summer, the Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST) is publishing a series of bite-sized highlights from “New Horizons”, the Institute’s Annual Report 2017: Build one of the (...)
#6/10 In brief: LIST RA17 – View from above
Over the summer, the Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST) is publishing a series of bite-sized highlights from “New Horizons”, the Institute’s Annual Report 2017 : View from above.
Laos: Satellite maps compiled in Luxembourg analyse the disaster
LIST is at the forefront of an international partnership dedicated to the dissemination of satellite data that was formed following the collapse of a dam in Laos on 23 July 2018.