Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST), formerly known as Public Research Centre Henri Tudor, is an autonomous institute of applied research. Providing essential links between research and society as a whole, its mission is to sustainably reinforce the economic competitiveness and the social fabric, at national, regional and European level.
Its activities include applied and experimental research, doctoral research, development of tools, methods, labels, certifications and standards, technological assistance, consulting and watch services, knowledge and competences transfer, as well as incubation of high-tech companies. Its main technological domains are materials, environmental, health care, information and communication technologies as well as business organisation and management.
Nine innovation programmes grouping existing skills and projects were defined to target high-value markets, such as Transport and Logistics. Through this programme, LIST provides support in the synchronisation and optimisation of the transport and logistics network to reduce costs and increase reactivity taking into account sustainability and co-modality priorities. It also provides transport analysis to allow the definition of new methodologies, business cases and strategies.
For more information, please visit: http://www.list.lu/en/