The activities of the Environmental Informatics unit mainly consist in conducting impact driven research, development and innovation within the field of environmental informatics. As a result LIST's researchers design, implement and evaluate innovative ICT methods and tools that contribute to a more sustainable future that not only protects environment but do so while also promoting socio-economic welfare.
Extensive research and development has resulted in a range of innovative ICT tools that are designed to help the public, practitioners and scientists tackle today’s environmental challenges. The activities are organised around four main Technology Lines:
The unit has a diverse portfolio of projects funded under various competitive calls at national and international level: EU H2020, EU INTERREG, ESA, FNR, ANR, FWF, and NASA. Researchers are also involved in collaborative projects with industry. Due to the interdisciplinary nature of the projects, the staff members have developed a solid experience in working with people with various backgrounds from business and academia.
The technology lines have been utilised with a wide range of application fields and are continuously updated.
The staff members manage a Mixed Reality Lab, equipped with state-of-art augmented and virtual reality systems. They also have access to the LIST's High Performance Computer (HPC). At the end of 2018, a new large visualisation wall will also be available to support our activities.
ADICONSUM (IT), Agroptimize (BE), ARTTIC (FR), ARKTIS Radiation Detectors (CH), Deutsches Institut für Normung E.V., Ecole Nationale Superieure de la Police (FR), E.On (HU), European Space Agency, Fraunhofer (DE), German Police University (DE), Goodyear (LU), International Security Competence Centre (AT), Institut de Seguretat publica de Catalunya (ES), ISEM Institute (SK), KU Leuven (BE), NASA Frontier Development Lab (US), NEXTER Robotics (FR), National Technical University of Athens (GR), Public Health England (UK), Regulatory Authority for Energy (GR), SAP (DE), Stockholm University (SE), Space4Environment (LU), Technisches Hilfswerk (DE), University of Bordeaux (FR), University of Genève (CH), University of Lorraine (FR), University of Louvain (BE), University of Luxembourg (LU), University of Manchester (UK), University of Salzburg (AT), University of Swansea (UK), University of Wageningen (NL), VITO (BE), etc.