Scientific institutes and research centres

Belval – hub for research curiosity and entrepreneurial spirit

The young Campus Belval is the site of the three major state research institutes and numerous research centres. Here, researchers from the most diverse specialisations work closely with the university, state institutions and industry.

State research centres

Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST)

LIST focuses its research on the research fields of the environment, IT and material research. Using applied research and technology transfer, the research centre supports companies in the realisation of innovative projects. LIST is based at the "Maison de l’nnovation" on the blast furnace terrace and in another building in Belval North.

www.list.lu

Luxembourg Institute of Socio-Economic Research (LISER)

The research of LISER focuses on the field of social and economic policy, taking into consideration the spatial aspect. Topics include in particular the labour market, living conditions, urban development and mobility. Liser can be found at the "Maison des Sciences Humaines" on the blast furnace terrace. 

www.liser.lu

ILNAS

The Institute of Quality Assurance, which belongs to the Ministry of Economics, provides support in all matters concerning standardisation, approvals, safety and quality of products and services, and advises on matters concerning competitiveness and consumer production. Ilnas is based in Southlane Tower 1 on the Avenue du Swing.

www.ilnas.lu

Interdisciplinary research centres of the University of Luxembourg

Luxembourg Centre for Systems Biomedicine (LCSB)

The LCSB bridges the gap between system biology and medical research. It focuses on neurodegenerative diseases and the metabolic networks of diseases. The LCSB is based in the "House of Biomedicine" on the blast furnace terrace and at the "Bio K" on the Square Mile.

www.uni.lu/lcsb

Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust (SnT)

Research at the SnT focuses on the security and reliability of information and communications systems. The SnT can be found at the "Maison du Nombre" on the blast furnace terrace and elsewhere.

www.uni.lu/snt

Luxembourg Centre for Contemporary and Digital History (C²DH)

Research at the SnT focuses on the security and reliability of information and communications systems. The SnT can be found at the "Maison du Nombre" on the blast furnace terrace and elsewhere.

www.uni.lu/c2dh

Other research institutes

LIS – Cross national Data Center in Luxembourg

The LIS acquires socio-economic data from many countries and processes it in its computer centre to facilitate internationally comparative research, for instance on income or occupation matters. The LIS is based at the "Maison des Sciences Humaines" on the blast furnace terrace.

www.lisdatacenter.org

CVCE – Centre Virtuel de la Connaissance sur l’Europe

The CVCE is a politically and scientifically independence public facility that has been part of the university since 2015. Its key project is the European Navigator (ENA), the first digital library on European history from 1945 to today. The centre, which works closely with the Institute of Contemporary History, is based at the "Maison des Sciences Humaines" on the blast furnace terrace.

www.cvce.eu

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