The List institute is committed to technological innovation in digital systems.
Its R&D activities encompass four main themes: factory of the future, cyber-physical systems, artificial intelligence and digital health.

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Solid scintillation detectors Semantics Gadolinium Eddy current testing Image processing Elastic waves Computer vision Simulation Model checking Non destructive testing Finite element method Virtual reality SLAM Simultaneous Localisation and Mapping Dosimetry Image retrieval Ferromagnetic materials Metrology Monte Carlo simulations Time domain analysis Optimization Geometry Design Identification Nuclear Cameras Uncertainty Monte Carlo simulation Software testing Nanodiamond Reflectometers Reflection Radiotherapy Fluorescence Non-destructive testing Reflectometry Gamma rays Software engineering Specification languages C programming language Scheduling Complex networks Sensors Optical fibers Signal processing Hardware Actuators Artificial intelligence MDE Codes symbols Computational linguistics Verification Algorithms Nondestructive examination Internet of things Embedded systems Detectors Cryptography Security Fault detection Benchmarking Defects Guided electromagnetic wave propagation Monitoring Mapping Gamma-ray spectrometry Ultrasonic testing Nanoparticles Static analysis Computer architecture Instrumentation Classification Natural language processing systems Learning systems Diamond STABILITY Diffraction Symbolic execution Robotics Deductive verification Calibration Neural networks State of the art Fiber Bragg gratings Model-driven Engineering Haptic interfaces Neutron detection Robots Computer software Monte Carlo methods Modélisation UML Reliability Radiation protection Machine learning Modeling Radionuclide metrology Nuclear instrumentation Energy efficiency Neutrons Frama-C