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Aujourd'hui : mercredi 23 janvier 2019

Solving Ethical Dilemmas in AI
Publié le lundi 21 janvier 2019
If the Las Vegas Consumer Electronics Show taught us one thing, it’s that artificial intelligence is still capturing the public imagination and leading headlines. Continuing developments in fields ...
Using Smart Mobility to Improve Cross Border Commute
Publié le vendredi 11 janvier 2019
With some 45% of Luxembourg’s workforce coming from Belgium, France and Germany, the transport network in and out of the country is a vital part of the Greater Region’s infrastructure. And with ...
SnT Spinoffs Begin Year on Front Foot at CES
Publié le lundi 07 janvier 2019
Every year, speculations abound as to what will be unveiled at CES, Las Vegas, the consumer electronics show introducing the next generation of innovations to the international marketplace. If you ...
Enabling IoT in Remote Regions
Publié le mercredi 28 novembre 2018
For industries operating in remote regions of the world, connectivity remains a constant challenge. Far away from terrestrial communication towers, operations in these distant areas rely on satellite ...
SnT Partners with VNX to Create Secure Marketplace for Digital Assets
Publié le vendredi 23 novembre 2018
The University of Luxembourg’s Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust (SnT) today announced their partnership with VNX Exchange, the trading platform for tokenized venture ...
Le Luxembourg teste l’avenir de la sécurité aéroportuaire
Publié le mardi 06 novembre 2018
L’Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust (SnT) de l’Université du Luxembourg, en collaboration avec lux-Airport, a testé un système de sécurité des aéroports de haute ...
Another Step towards Testing Satellites in Cyberspace
Publié le vendredi 02 novembre 2018
Thanks to the work of researchers at the Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust, companies developing satellites, cars and other Cyber-Physical Systems, are one-step closer to ...
Computer Vision Researcher Wins top Biometrics Award
Publié le vendredi 19 octobre 2018
Dr. Rig Das has won the European Association for Biometrics Research Award 2018 for his work on face recognition and finger vein-based biometric identification.
The robots are coming. But not for your jobs.
Publié le mercredi 17 octobre 2018
"The robots are coming. But not for your jobs." This is something of a mantra for Dr. Miguel Olivares-Mendez, who has devoted the past five years to building a unique aerial drone lab at the ...
Novel Greedy Solution to Interference Wins Best Paper Award
Publié le mercredi 10 octobre 2018
Some 130 years after the invention of wireless communication, we now take services such as satellite navigation and international phone calls for granted. But beaming data thousands of miles into ...
University of Luxembourg & Linklaters Develop Legal Tech Tool
Publié le lundi 01 octobre 2018
The University of Luxembourg’s Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust (SnT) will collaborate with law firm Linklaters to develop automated Legal Tech. In a first of its kind ...
Securing Cars Against the Hackers of Tomorrow
Publié le mercredi 26 septembre 2018
Hackers are infamous for going after bank accounts, emails of presidential candidates or the control centres of power plants. IT experts are familiar with these attacks and have a high success rate ...
SnT Drone Team Wins Prestigious US Navy Award
Publié le lundi 24 septembre 2018
Excellence in drone swarming recognised by prestigious award
International Recognition for Work in Wireless Communications
Publié le jeudi 20 septembre 2018
Professor Björn Ottersten, Director of the Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust, is the 2018 recipient of the prestigious European Association for Signal Processing (EURASIP) ...
Best Paper Award for Novel Approach to Wireless Spectrum Shortage
Publié le lundi 17 septembre 2018
We can’t see them, but the radio frequencies used for wireless communication, whether via satellites or cellular networks, are some of the world’s most valuable resources. And they are finite.
New Machine Learning Methods Prevent Cyber-espionage
Publié le vendredi 17 août 2018
IT systems are no longer modelled on castles, with high walls and a portcullis over the gate. Instead, security teams have accepted that determined attackers will find a way in, and now spend as much ...