Key figures 2022
Breakdown by type of partnerships in progress in 2022 by partner type
Breakdown of partnerships in progress in 2022 by sector
Institut Luxembourgeois de Régulation (ILR)
The advantage of working with a partner like LIST is that the approach is different because a research partner, unlike a supplier, is interested in long term results and their main motivation is not making commercial benefit. This relieves a little bit of a pressure on our side. And due to the fact that there’s a large variety of specialists at LIST, we have access to people with different views within our domain, this makes for a very interesting collaboration.
Engineer, Institut Luxembourgeois de Régulation (ILR)
LIST plays a major role for Circuit Foil. Firstly, LIST’s technical expertise and state-of-the-art research equipment provide an important advantage. The second aspect is the fundamental research carried out there, which Circuit Foil could not undertake due to a lack of time, staff and skills.
R&D Director, Circuit Foil
Compagnie Luxembourgeoise d’Entreprises (CLE)
We set up a collaboration with LIST to deploy an innovative idea, to make it operational so that it works, to turn it into a real experiment. We also needed to understand in advance the data that would need to be collected so that our trial, our experiment, would ultimately serve as a good prototype. LIST provided us with all this: this operational structure with a scientific and research mindset. LIST paved the way for us in the end
Innovation director, Compagnie Luxembourgeoise d’Entreprises (CLE)
A partner to businesses and public authorities
At LIST, we make our diversity a strength. In 2022, we participated in the Positive Actions programme of the Ministry of Equality between Women and Men (MEGA).
LIST, Luxinnovation and Widong launched a poster campaign as part of national diversity day. For the second consecutive year, LIST was an official sponsor of Pride Week, celebrating LGBTIQ+ in Luxembourg.
Finally, we continued our joint work with other Luxembourg research institutes, the FNR and the University of Luxembourg to improve the professional situation of female researchers in Luxembourg.
LIST is a major player and a major partner to the Ministry of Economy. We have so many things going on with LIST in a lot of fields including materials research, space, and digitalisation. We also have plenty of private-public partnerships which are central to the innovation and diversification efforts of Luxembourg.
Minister of the Economy