Fonds National de la Recherche Luxembourg [external link]
Henri Tudor Centre [external link]
Gabriel Lippman Centre [external link]
Rsearch Strategies and Priority Areas
FNR: CORE Thematic Funding Programme (FI funding appears under the “Innovation on Services” theme) [external link]
FNR: CORE 2012 Programme Description (see in particular 4.1.3; 4.1.4.a; 4.1.5.b) [external link]
Estimated Public Funding of ICT Research 2013
€35 – €40 million.
Research In System and Network Security [external link]
Research In Information and Security Management [external link]
Validation and verification Laboratory [external link]
IPv6 Council [external link]
Luxembourg ICT Cluster [external link]
Projects & Initiatives
The primary objective of the ASINE project is to formulate a methodological approach to the design and evolution of services in networked enterprises.
The CoPAInS project seeks to provide solutions to specific problems arising from the proliferation of Ambient Intelligence Systems.
The main objective of the DynaMO project consists is to define a new formal framework for managing medical KOS evolution and for establishing and maintaining relations between different, heterogeneous KOSs.
The DYNOST project focuses on the development of dynamically adaptive security systems for application in the security of the Android software stack.
ESCAPE is a project which seeks to develop data mining techniques for use in analysing and exploiting finance data.
The MITER project aims to devise a security model which will accurately identify security concerns, present these concerns from a business perspective and test itself against agreed security requirements.
The aim of this project is to study and understand vehicular flow characteristics and to propose new uses for wireless communications technologies in reducing vehicular traffic congestion, enhancing commuter safety and reducing transport emissions.
The SeSaNet project seeks to address security risks arising from the increasing levels of unauthorised access given to critical networked control systems.
The University of Luxembourg’s Validation and Verification Laboratory (V&V) has launched a programme which addresses both the technical and managerial aspects of software V&V.