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University Ranked in Top 10 Globally for Software Engineering Research
Publié le lundi 27 septembre 2021
Examining the entire spectrum of software development, from its very early stage of inception to maintenance, software engineering (SE) is part of an industry in constant movement, and a discipline ...
ArianeGroup and SnT hold the first Space Propulsion Summer School
Publié le vendredi 24 septembre 2021
On 14-15 September 2021, the ArianeGroup Launcher Academy and the Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust (SnT) held their first Space Propulsion Summer School ...
Portes Ouvertes Luxembourg 2021: 560 visitors discover our labs
Portes Ouvertes
Publié le mardi 21 septembre 2021
On 19 September 2021, the University of Luxembourg welcomed 560 visitors on Kirchberg and Limpertsberg campus sites to discover the laboratories in engineering, space, mobility and physics in the ...
SnT experts talk FinTech and Space at ICT Spring 2021
Publié le mardi 21 septembre 2021
ICT Spring 2021 took place on 14-15 September at the European Convention Center Luxembourg, as well as online. The tech conference gathers business decision makers, innovation managers, startups, ...
Introducing the Space Systems Engineering Research Group
Publié le jeudi 16 septembre 2021
Andreas Hein loves space and complex systems. He joined SnT on 1 September 2021 as Head of the new Space Systems Engineering (SpaSys) research group, where he plans to research disruptive ...
A Precision Radar for Performance Athletes
Publié le jeudi 09 septembre 2021
There’s an arms race going on in the world of sports — a technology arms race. Each year, new devices are introduced to sports clubs and elite athletes around the globe, which promise improved ...
The autonomous robot swarms protecting and observing space
Publié le lundi 06 septembre 2021
The device you are using to read this article is based on a centralised, monolithic architecture – a processor core steering a number of other components into executing tasks. Most of our ...
University of Luxembourg achieves its highest THE research score
Publié le vendredi 03 septembre 2021
The annual round-up of top universities across the globe for 2022 was published yesterday, with the University of Luxembourg ranking in the top 300. Including more than 1,600 universities in the ...
Spuerkeess Partnership Explores New Insights into Blockchain Security
Publié le lundi 30 août 2021
Luxembourg bank Spuerkeess joined forces with SnT in 2018 to investigate how they address the security of blockchain based services, as an important step towards understanding and managing the risks ...
Using Mathematical Logic to Make Computer Systems More Reliable
Publié le mercredi 25 août 2021
Having joined SnT in 2020, Joshua Dawes is a postdoctoral researcher in the Software Verification and Validation (SVV) research group. His research interests lie in the fundamental research necessary ...
Preventing Fraud, Saving Billions & Saving Lives
Publié le jeudi 19 août 2021
As the demand for a product rises, so does the appeal for developing its counterfeit. In the eyes of a criminal looking to make a quick buck, the COVID-19 pandemic has provided a breeding ground for ...
The Opportunities and Challenges of AI in Retail Banking
Publié le lundi 16 août 2021
AI is changing the way the world does business — but its impact on retail banking has only just begun. To keep pace with looming shifts in the sector, retail banks need to take steps to implement ...
Computer Vision Research Helping Companies Achieve Success in Space
Publié le jeudi 12 août 2021
Gone are the days where the space industry was dominated by the public sphere. The new space movement has seen a commercialisation of the sector that is enabling more and more companies to join in an ...
ISM Students Program Rovers to Find Water Ice on the Moon
Publié le mardi 10 août 2021
On Wednesday 30 June, first-year Interdisciplinary Space Master (ISM) students took to SnT’s LunaLab, an environment that simulates the Moon’s surface, to test their rovers in finding ...
ActInSpace winner is accepted into the Interdisciplinary Space Master
Publié le vendredi 06 août 2021
Back in November 2020, the Space Robotics Research Group at the Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust (SnT) of the University of Luxembourg launched a challenge in the ...
Consortium to Define Luxembourg's Quantum Communication Infrastructure
Publié le mercredi 28 juillet 2021
In a press release from late-July, SES announced their plan to develop satellite-terrestrial infrastructure and the roadmap for wider European integration that will define our next-generation of ...
The Research Centre Shaping the Future of Technology
Publié le jeudi 22 juillet 2021
Here at SnT, we have been partnering with institutions for more than 10 years, leading to the creation of highly relevant and competitive research in information and communication technology. Over ...
Pioneering Space Technology in the Heart of Luxembourg
Publié le lundi 19 juillet 2021
Since our first journey to the Moon over 50 years ago, worldwide efforts to explore further beyond now depend on our ability to extract resources from space to use in expeditions. Currently, ...
SnT Collaborating on EBSILUX Project for Digitalised Diplomas
Publié le vendredi 16 juillet 2021
In a press release this week, it was announced that SnT will contribute towards the EBSILUX project, a joint initiative that will see them work alongside Luxembourg’s Ministry for Digitalisation, ...
SnT Partners with Gas Control Innovation Leader Rotarex
Publié le mardi 13 juillet 2021
SnT has entered into a partnership with Rotarex, the world-leading producer of high-quality gas control products and systems. Their joint project will focus on developing a concept to increase ...
The Cutting-Edge Technology Shaping Space Robotics
Publié le vendredi 09 juillet 2021
With an increasing amount of companies being able to put satellites up into orbit, having access to cutting-edge technology is a necessity to thrive in the space industry. SnT’s Prof. Miguel Angel ...
Robots for Efficient Construction Sites
Publié le mercredi 07 juillet 2021
Stugalux and the University of Luxembourg’s Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust (SnT) have begun a three-year research partnership focusing on advancing navigation ...
Explainable AI: The Future of Financial Services
Publié le vendredi 02 juillet 2021
Artificial intelligence (AI) permeates our everyday lives, and with software being introduced that is increasingly more sophisticated, being able to understand how machines make decisions is vital. ...
Asteroid Day LIVE 2021: Q&A with Miguel Angel Olivares Mendez
Publié le lundi 28 juin 2021
Prof. Miguel Olivares-Mendez heads the SpaceR Research Group, the LunaLab, and the Zero-Gravity Lab at the University of Luxembourg's Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust ...
International Women in Engineering Day: Q&A with Carol Martinez Luna
Publié le jeudi 24 juin 2021
It’s a profession that has helped shape the world around us, but engineering often sees less women enter into the field than their male counterparts. In fact, according to data from 2019, just 28% ...
SnT & GomSpace Collaborate on State-of-the-Art Satellite Constellation
Publié le lundi 21 juin 2021
Prior to 1964, a geostationary orbit was an idea that existed only in science fiction. A recurring theme across articles and books was the notion of a satellite hovering above the Earth, with which ...
How Artificial Intelligence is Shaping the Future of Finance
Publié le vendredi 18 juin 2021
When it comes to streamlining workflow within a company, artificial intelligence (AI) is increasingly being incorporated to help save precious time on tasks that can be automated. However, AI is by ...
Forward to the Moon: The Future of Space Exploration
Publié le mercredi 16 juin 2021
In-situ space resource utilisation (ISRU) is an area of research that is proving increasingly important to the future of our exploration of space. As we continue to explore deeper into our solar ...
The Antenna Network Catching Falling Stars
Publié le lundi 14 juin 2021
Observing meteors on their path through the night sky can be a delight to watch, and there’s a very good chance you’ll spot them when there’s a clear sky. While the nighttime provides the ...
Three SnT Ph.D. Graduates Win Inaugural Excellent Thesis Award
Publié le vendredi 11 juin 2021
In May, the University of Luxembourg’s Ph.D. 2020 Graduation Ceremony took place, with 129 Ph.D. graduates receiving their official honours. As the world tries to return to normality during ...
Group < a > Invests in SnT Spin-off Motion-S
Publié le mercredi 09 juin 2021
Motion-S, a leading data driven behaviour analytics provider in mobility, and first spin-off of SnT, has joined forces with Group < a >. Their industrial partnership will see Group < a >, a Columbia ...
Ten University projects granted early access to MeluXina
Publié le lundi 07 juin 2021
Luxembourg’s first supercomputer MeluXina was officially launched on 7 June. MeluXina is a key element of Luxembourg’s data-driven innovation strategy, catering for the needs of companies, ...
How to Use Artificial Intelligence to Revolutionise Productivity
Publié le lundi 07 juin 2021
Most companies are continually looking for ways to streamline their workflow in a bid to increase productivity. For many, this has meant steering their focus towards introducing automated systems ...
Search for life in the Universe - Dr. S. Peter Worden visits SnT
Dr Worden visits SnT's LunaLab with Prof. Miguel Angel Olivares Mendez
Publié le vendredi 04 juin 2021
Are we alone in the Universe? From a probabilistic perspective, that seems unlikely. If so, as Enrico Fermi famously asked, “Where is everybody?”. Countless scientists have been trying to answer ...
SnT Partners with LuxTrust to Research Post-Quantum Cryptography
Publié le mercredi 02 juin 2021
Yesterday, LuxTrust S.A. and the University of Luxembourg's Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust (SnT) announced their collaboration in a research partnership that will ...
Prof. Lionel Briand Receives Second ICSE Award
Publié le vendredi 28 mai 2021
Congratulations to Prof. Lionel Briand for receiving the International Conference on Software Engineering’s (ICSE) ACM Most Influential Paper Award for 2021! The prestigious award was for the ...
ISM Students Meet Space Industry Experts at Technoport
Publié le mardi 25 mai 2021
On the 26 April, a group of graduating students of the Interdisciplinary Space Master (ISM) attended sessions held by space industry experts at Technoport S.A., a Luxembourgish business incubator ...
Is Artificial Intelligence the Future of Know Your Customer?
Publié le vendredi 21 mai 2021
Know your customer (KYC) checks are a standard regulatory process that banks must complete in order to verify who their customers are – both when they set up an account and also periodically during ...
SnT’s 2020 Annual Report Is Live
Publié le mercredi 19 mai 2021
2020 was a year to thrive under challenging and unique circumstances. Even throughout a worldwide pandemic, SnT has continued to make headway in innovation and contribute to the fight against ...
How To Implement Smart Contracts Safely
Publié le mercredi 12 mai 2021
Smart contracts are one of the latest innovations to result from blockchain technology, and its implementations in industry have made it a revolutionary creation. Automatically generating once ...
First graduating students of the ISM speak at Space Resources Week
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Publié le lundi 10 mai 2021
The 2021 edition of Space Resources Week saw five graduating students from the Interdisciplinary Space Master (ISM) holding sessions at the conference. The week-long event, which took place on ...
How Companies Can Supercharge Their Innovation
Publié le jeudi 06 mai 2021
The world of information and communication technology is ever evolving and changing. For companies looking to be a frontrunner of their industry, keeping up with this change is a necessity. However, ...
SnT Hosts Stream at Luxembourg Blockchain Week
Publié le mardi 04 mai 2021
Last week saw SnT host a day of the Luxembourg Blockchain Week, an event centred around the importance of blockchain in modern-day Luxembourg. The event began on Monday 26 April, with five days ...
Technoport S.A. and SnT Partner To Support Start-up Talent
Publié le mercredi 28 avril 2021
The Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust (SnT) at The University of Luxembourg and Technoport S.A. have signed a partnership agreement. The goal of this collaboration is to ...
Researchers Discover & Fix Vulnerability in Antivirus Software
Publié le lundi 26 avril 2021
Researchers at the University of Luxembourg, in collaboration with Royal Holloway University of London, have found a significant security weakness in popular software applications.
Remembering Paul Helminger
Publié le jeudi 22 avril 2021
This past weekend saw the announcement that Paul Helminger, former Luxembourg City mayor and SnT research fellow, has died at the age of 80. On Saturday 17th April, the prime minister Xavier Bettel ...
ETAPS 2021: Q&A with General Chair Peter Ryan
Publié le mardi 20 avril 2021
The 2021 European Joint Conferences on Theory and Practical Software (ETAPS) were held in March this year under the general chairship of SnT’s Prof. Peter Ryan. ETAPS is an umbrella event covering ...
Developing 5G Communications on the Moon
Full Moon
Publié le mercredi 14 avril 2021
As countries and companies worldwide reach advanced milestones in the new space race and prepare for future missions to the Moon, a number of technical aspects have yet to be defined. 
LuxAI Develops At-Home Robot To Help Children With Autism
LuxAI Develops At-Home Robot To Help Children With Autism
Publié le jeudi 08 avril 2021
Since LuxAI’s inception as a spin-off of SnT in 2016, their QTrobot has received international praise for its success in engaging with children who have autism. On Friday 2 April, World ...
How We Help Tackle Cyberfraud In Africa
Publié le jeudi 01 avril 2021
COVID-19 catapulted the world into a predominantly online shopping market on an unparalleled level to any event witnessed before in modern times. While some of us wouldn’t think twice about ...
Une nouvelle filière interdisciplinaire en transformation digitale
Publié le jeudi 25 mars 2021
À partir de septembre 2021, le Master in Finance et Economics offrira une nouvelle voie de spécialisation en transformation numérique (Digital Transformation in Finance).
Optimiser les marchés de l’électricité pour les voitures éléctriques
Publié le jeudi 25 mars 2021
La décarbonisation de la mobilité est une pierre angulaire dans la transition vers l’énergétique durable. Avec cet objectif, la Fondation Enovos, sous l’égide de la Fondation de Luxembourg, ...
Students Design Groundbreaking Satellite
Publié le mardi 23 mars 2021
In less than two semesters, the first cohort of students in the Interdisciplinary Space Master (ISM) have successfully conceived, designed and developed GOLDCREST, a CubeSat project launched as ...
L’Open Day virtuelle réussie qui accueille 2 500 invités
Publié le lundi 22 mars 2021
Plus de 2 500 invités ont exploré l'Université du Luxembourg lors de sa journée portes ouvertes (Open Day) virtuelle du samedi 20 mars. La grande majorité des invités (41%) venaient du Luxembourg.
Inspiring The Next Generation Of Scientists
Publié le vendredi 19 mars 2021
Every year, Attert-Lycée Redange hosts the Journée de l'Orientation, an annual event to help their students determine their potential career paths and choose a future area of study. Last Friday, ...
IEEE WONS Conference: Raphaël Frank is the new General Chair
Publié le jeudi 18 mars 2021
The IEEE Wireless On-demand Network Systems and Services (WONS) conference has been the home of a small community of wireless connectivity researchers for the past 17 years. Each year, the event ...
Chercheurs à l’école: Interview with Eva Lagunas
Publié le mercredi 17 mars 2021
Being a researcher is an exciting endeavour, but also one often misunderstood by the public. That is why the Fonds National de Recherche of Luxembourg (FNR) launched the “Chercheurs à ...
L'Université lance un Master of Data Science en septembre 2021
Publié le jeudi 11 mars 2021
À partir de septembre 2021, l'Université du Luxembourg proposera un nouveau Master of Data Science. Adoptant une approche multidisciplinaire, le programme de master formera les étudiants à ...
Chercheurs à l’école: Interview with Jose Luis Sanchez Lopez
Publié le mardi 09 mars 2021
Being a researcher is an exciting endeavour, but also one often misunderstood by the public. That is why the Fonds National de Recherche of Luxembourg (FNR) launched the “Chercheurs à ...
We can keep International Women’s Day until we have equity in society
International Women's Day - 8 March - Gender Equality
Publié le lundi 08 mars 2021
The coronavirus pandemic has highlighted gender inequalities in academia, with women publishing fewer papers and suffering a drop in research hours. But the problem isn’t new, with the University ...
In-Orbit Autonomy Gets Closer and Closer
Publié le vendredi 26 février 2021
In sci-fi movies autonomous droids’ shuttle across space to supply and service vehicles and space-stations. But before this long-term aspiration can be achieved, spacecraft need to be able to ...
Explorer le futur : sur la criminologie, les robots, les gens et plus
Publié le jeudi 25 février 2021
Six nouveaux projets de recherche interdisciplinaire ont obtenu un financement pluriannuel dans le cadre du programme Audacity de l’Institute of Advanced Studies de l’Université du Luxembourg.
Developing a lean and mean compliance machine
Publié le mercredi 24 février 2021
With software an ever present aspect of life and business, companies are now investing large sums of money to develop and test these systems. Yet many still rely on manual processes to verify and ...
Preparing for a 5G Future
Publié le vendredi 19 février 2021
As many other countries across the world, Luxembourg is currently in the process of evaluating the benefits of a local implementation of 5G systems and laying the technical groundwork. In 2019, to ...
Le Groupe Encevo, le LIST et le SnT unissent leurs forces
Publié le vendredi 12 février 2021
Encevo, le Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST) et le Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust de l’Université du Luxembourg (SnT) vont unir leurs forces pour ...
Chercheurs à l’école: Researchers Meet the Next Generation!
Publié le vendredi 05 février 2021
Being a researcher is an exciting field but often misunderstood by the public. That is why the Fonds National de Recherche of Luxembourg (FNR) launched the “Chercheurs à l’école” programme in ...
Full Power to the Deflector! - Taking EM Shields from Scifi to Reality
Publié le jeudi 28 janvier 2021
For seven minutes during the most critical maneuver in any Mars lander’s mission, communications go dark. As millions of Euros in taxpayer investment hurdle out of the darkness towards the dusty ...
Prof. Lionel Briand Becomes an ACM Fellow
Publié le mardi 19 janvier 2021
Congratulations to Prof. Lionel Briand for being named a Fellow of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)! As the world’s largest computing society, being an ACM Fellow is a significant and ...
Uni & ABBL explorent l'IA pour une diligence contre le blanchiment
Publié le jeudi 14 janvier 2021
Le centre interdisciplinaire pour la sécurité, la fiabilité et la confiance (SnT) de l'Université du Luxembourg, l’Association des Banques et Banquiers au Luxembourg (ABBL) et la Fondation ...
SnT’s Wallace Martins wins best paper award at 2020 SBrT
Publié le lundi 04 janvier 2021
Congratulations to SnT research associate Wallace Alves Martins for winning the best paper award at the 2020 Brazilian Symposium on Telecommunications and Signal Processing (SBrT).
LunaLab’s Act In Space Challenge Winner is 41Space!
Publié le mardi 22 décembre 2020
The Luxembourg edition of the Act In Space Hackathon wrapped up on Friday with the announcement of the LunaLab’s challenge winner. Congratulations to 41Space!
Testing, Testing: SnT Investigates New Approach to Safety in Space
Publié le vendredi 18 décembre 2020
On 4 June 1998 in French Guiana, the world held its breath as the brand-new Ariane 5 rocket exploded like a firebomb across the hazy summer sky. Just 37 seconds into its maiden flight, the new rocket ...
Cinq institutions d’enseignement supérieur créent UNIVERSEH
Publié le lundi 14 décembre 2020
« UNIVERSEH – The European Space University for Earth and Humanity », une alliance de cinq institutions d’enseignement supérieur, a été officiellement inaugurée aujourd’hui au cours ...
5G and the Future of Road-Safety
Publié le jeudi 10 décembre 2020
In an editorial recently featured by Paperjam, Prof. Raphaël Frank explains the significance of 5G for autonomous driving technology.
SnT and Industry 4.0: Smart Factories
Publié le mercredi 02 décembre 2020
Industry 4.0 has become a reality, generating an amount of interactions and data which can be used in a variety of ways.
SnT’s Raphaël Frank General Chair of 2021 IEEE/IFIP WONS Conference
Publié le lundi 30 novembre 2020
In March SnT’s Prof Raphaël Frank will be serving as the General Chair of the 16th edition of the internationally renowned IEEE/IFIP WONS conference. 
Digital innovation is the core, not a project
Publié le vendredi 27 novembre 2020
Driving the future of the market instead of being guided by market forces is a vision many companies aspire to. Innovation is the key to unlocking this path, but the road can be perilous; as far too ...
FNR Awards 2020: Congratulations to Thierry Titcheu Chekam
Publié le mardi 24 novembre 2020
Thierry Titcheu Chekam, who did his doctorate at SnT, received an FNR Award for his outstanding PhD thesis: “Assessment and Improvement of the Practical Use of Mutation for Automated Software ...
Prof Tonie Van Dam Inducted as AGU Fellow
Publié le jeudi 19 novembre 2020
Congratulations to Prof Tonie van Dam who yesterday became a Fellow of the American Geophysical Union (AGU)! AGU Fellows are a select group of scientists who have made exceptional contributions to ...
Legal Design Offers a Human-Centered Perspective to the Law
Publié le mardi 17 novembre 2020
Adapting information and technology to all different types of potential users is becoming a common practice in many fields, but applying this philosophy to the legal domain is a complex question. ...
L’Université lance un « Institute for Advanced Studies »
Publié le mercredi 11 novembre 2020
L’Université du Luxembourg inaugure un « Institute for Advanced Studies » (IAS) dans l’objectif de renforcer sa recherche interdisciplinaire. L’IAS renforcera davantage le profil ...
A Collaborative Approach for Designing a Lunar Base Camp
Publié le mardi 10 novembre 2020
As NASA prepares to return to the Moon in 2024, they are looking at a much different mission than just going for a walk.  The next time humanity reaches the moon, the goal will be to set-up ...
ISM Students Talk Space Entrepreneurship with Charles Beames
Publié le mardi 03 novembre 2020
Last week, the Asteroid Foundation and SnT joined forces to host a special “Space Connects Us” event featuring the Chair of the SmallSat Alliance, Charles Beames. During the event he discussed ...
Renforcer l’expertise en en cybersécurité en Afrique de l’Ouest
Publié le vendredi 30 octobre 2020
Dans un futur proche, trois universités du Burkina Faso et du Sénégal pourront lancer des programmes d’études en cybersécurité. Ceux-ci seront mis au point grâce à un projet lancé par le ...
Discussing the Future of Space in Luxembourg
Publié le mardi 27 octobre 2020
Last week SnT and PaperJam Club joined forces to organise an event on the Space industry in Luxembourg.
Fostering Entrepreneurship in Portugal and Luxembourg
Publié le vendredi 23 octobre 2020
SnT's Partnership Development Officer, José Soares, sat down with popular Portuguese magazine "Pontos de Vista" recently to discuss SnT and relationship between research and innovation in the two ...
SnT Team Wins Hackathon with Secure Solution for Digital Payments
Publié le vendredi 16 octobre 2020
Congratulations to our researcher’s recent first place win in the PayID BlockSprint Hackathon! Dr. Wazen Shbair, Flaviene Scheidt de Cristo, and Lucian Andrei Trestioreanu came together, with the ...
Artificial intelligence can be smarter
Publié le mardi 13 octobre 2020
Machine learning algorithms seem all-powerful, but still function passively: they merely analyse the data they are fed with. SnT's Director Björn Ottersten makes them smarter by letting them ...
Keeping up with the Cyber Arms Race
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Publié le vendredi 09 octobre 2020
As people entrust companies with more and more sensitive information the stakes for cybersecurity are getting higher. Making the investment to ensure systems and information are protected is vital. ...
French Senator Olivier Cadic Talks Space at SnT
Publié le lundi 05 octobre 2020
On 23 September 2020 our team welcomed French Senator Olivier Cadic and his delegation for a discussion about research for the Space sector, and a tour of our Space education and research facilities.
Hacking the Moon
Publié le jeudi 01 octobre 2020
The University of Luxembourg's research centre SnT’s LunaLab is challenging the next big names in Space to a test of creativity and skill as part of the 2020 Act In Space 24 hour hackathon.
[Article series] The experts behind Luxembourg's COVID-19 fight
Publié le jeudi 24 septembre 2020
Salah Ghamizi is a PhD student at SnT and a member of Professor Yves Le Traon’s Security Design and Validation Research Group.
SnT on Stage at ICT Spring 2020
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Publié le vendredi 18 septembre 2020
Earlier this week SnT’s experts were featured in the speaker line-up of ICT Spring 2020 in Luxembourg - an event that gathers business decisions makers, innovation managers, startups, researchers ...
La spin-off Databourg contre les crues subites grâce aux satellites
Publié le lundi 14 septembre 2020
La start-up Databourg Systems vient de réinventer la technologie de prévision immédiate de la pluie (« Rain nowcasting »), utilisée pour annoncer les inondations imminentes et d’autres ...
Le professeur Bissyandé reçoit une bourse du CER pour ses recherches
Tegawendé F. Bissyandé
Publié le jeudi 03 septembre 2020
Le professeur Tegawendé F. Bissyandé du Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust (SnT) de l’Université du Luxembourg a reçu la prestigieuse bourse « Starting Grant » du ...
Behind the News: Interview with Tegawendé F. Bissyandé
Publié le jeudi 03 septembre 2020
Today the University announced that Prof. Tegawendé F. Bissyandé from the University of Luxembourg’s Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust (SnT) has been awarded an ERC ...
[Article series] The experts behind Luxembourg's COVID-19 fight
Publié le mardi 01 septembre 2020
Dr Jorge Augusto Meira and PhD student Fernando Kaway Carvalho Ota work together at the University of Luxembourg’s Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust (SnT). As a research ...
[Article series] The experts behind Luxembourg's COVID-19 fight
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Publié le mercredi 12 août 2020
Dr. Jun Pang is a research scientist at the University of Luxembourg’s Faculty of Science, Technology, and Medicine (FSTM) and its Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust ...
[Article series] The experts behind Luxembourg's COVID-19 fight
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Publié le mercredi 05 août 2020
Lisa Veiber is a research and development specialist at the University of Luxembourg's SnT. A native Luxembourger, Veiber spent five years in the United Kingdom before moving back home. She holds an ...
La spin-off DataThings, partenaire de recherche en vision numérique
Publié le jeudi 30 juillet 2020
L’Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust (SnT) de l’Université du Luxembourg a signé un partenariat avec DataThings pour mener des recherches sur les systèmes logiciels ...
Renforcer l'industrie luxembourgeoise de la mobilité intelligente
Civil Maps
Publié le mercredi 15 juillet 2020
Civil Maps, une start-up issue du Silicon Valley, et l’Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust (SnT) de l’Université du Luxembourg annoncent un partenariat de recherche ...
Commission UE approuve European Space University for Earth & Humanity
Publié le vendredi 10 juillet 2020
L’Université du Luxembourg est partenaire du projet d’Université européenne « UNIVERSEH - European Space University for Earth and Humanity », approuvé par la Commission européenne sous ...
Une recherche de pointe pour de nouveaux réseaux satellites-terrestres
Publié le jeudi 09 juillet 2020
Un partenariat de recherche de six ans entre l’Université et SES va être financé par le programme de subvention Industrial Partnership Block Grant du Fonds national de la recherche.
How machine learning can help assess SME credit risk
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Publié le mardi 07 juillet 2020
A new partnership between SnT and Yoba Smart Money, a Luxembourgish technology start-up, will explore the use of machine learning to assess the credit risk associated with Small and Medium ...
New Space Master website launched, apply today!
Publié le mercredi 01 juillet 2020
Just in time for Asteroid Day, the University of Luxembourg unveiled its brand new website offering interested students a deep dive into the Interdisciplinary Space Master.
Promotions académiques
Publié le vendredi 26 juin 2020
L'Université du Luxembourg a le plaisir d’annoncer les promotions académiques suivantes.
Le supercalculateur au service de la lutte contre la COVID-19
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Publié le vendredi 26 juin 2020
L'installation informatique de haute performance (High-Performance Computing - HPC)  de l’Université du Luxembourg a contribué de manière significative à la lutte contre la pandémie COVID-19 ...
The Skill Set for the Future of Financial Services
Publié le vendredi 26 juin 2020
New technologies are already making massive changes to the financial sector and professionals in Luxembourg are gearing up to ensure the country maintains its competitive edge. SnT’s PayPal-FNR ...
[Article series] The experts behind Luxembourg's COVID-19 fight
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Publié le mercredi 24 juin 2020
Peter Ryan is Professor of Applied Security at University of Luxembourg’s SnT. He brings some 30 years of experience as a privacy and information security researcher to the fight against COVID-19. ...
[Article series] The experts behind Luxembourg's COVID-19 fight
Publié le mardi 16 juin 2020
Dr Raphael Frank is a research scientist and entrepreneur at the University of Luxembourg’s SnT. He is applying his expertise in computer vision to meet the challenges of the COVID-19 crisis. ...
University projects receive additional funding to research COVID-19
Publié le mercredi 03 juin 2020
The FNR has published the results of its second COVID-19 Fast Track Call. Eight projects from the University of Luxembourg have been retained for funding, representing a financial commitment of ...
La version bêta du simulateur de stratégie de désengagement COVID-19
Exit Strategy Simulator
Publié le lundi 25 mai 2020
Une équipe du centre de recherche interdisciplinaire SnT de l'Université du Luxembourg, dirigée par son vice-directeur Yves Le Traon, a développé un outil en ligne pour simuler la planification ...
European Research Council Recognises SnT Radar Project
Proof of Concept SnT
Publié le lundi 18 mai 2020
Prof. Björn Ottersten, Director of the Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust (SnT), has received a Proof-of-Concept (PoC) grant from the European Research Council (ERC). The ...
SnT Director Recognised by IEEE for Signal Processing Work
Publié le vendredi 15 mai 2020
At the ICASSP conference held virtually last week SnT Director Björn Ottersten received the IEEE Signal Processing Magazine Best Column Award, with co-authors Prof Emil Björnson (Linköping ...
Balancing IT Security and Privacy Rights for Contact Tracing
Publié le mercredi 13 mai 2020
A critical information infrastructure-based approach to contact tracing. Editorial by Paulo Esteves-Veríssimo
SnT 2019 Annual Report is Live
Annual Report Cover - 10 Years of Research
Publié le mardi 12 mai 2020
Last year SnT continued to make strides in innovation as it marked its tenth year of cutting-edge ICT research. Highlights from the year have been collected for the 2019 Annual Report, where we go ...
Carlo Duprel: Connecting Innovation
Publié le mercredi 29 avril 2020
Carlo Duprel, Head of the Technology Transfer Office sat down with DUKE magazine to describe how SnT stimulates Luxembourg’s innovation ecosystem.
Preparing for the Future of FinTech
Publié le mercredi 04 mars 2020
Prof. Gilbert Fridgen who leads the FINATRAX research group at SnT speaks with us about the challenges the financial service companies will be confronted to. 
Learning Satellite Mission Design with CubeSats
Publié le mercredi 26 février 2020
A highlight of the newly launched Interdisciplinary Space Master (ISM) at the University of Luxembourg is the CubeSat laboratory, where students design and build a satellite mission.
Inventer l’autonomie pour la réparation de satellites en orbite
SnT LIFT ME UP University of Luxembourg
Publié le jeudi 13 février 2020
L’Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust (SnT) de l’Université du Luxembourg a signé un accord de partenariat avec la start-up LIFT ME OFF (LMO). La coopération fournit ...
Megeno et l'Université développent des services de données génomiques
Publié le lundi 20 janvier 2020
Megeno S.A.et l’Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust (SnT) de l'Université du Luxembourg ont signé un accord de partenariat portant sur le développement de services de ...
The 360Lab: An Interdisciplinary Hub for Smart Mobility
Publié le jeudi 16 janvier 2020
Autonomous vehicle technology is already sending ripples through the automotive industry. And here in Luxembourg, Dr Raphael Frank, a Research Scientist at the University of Luxembourg’s Centre for ...
Turning researchers into entrepreneurs
Publié le jeudi 19 décembre 2019
Jacek Plucinski left his native Poland two years ago and joined SnT as a Technology Transfer Officer in 2018. He wanted to keep developing a career he kicked off over 10 years ago working in ...
Research across cultures, as well as disciplines
Publié le jeudi 14 novembre 2019
Marharyta Aleksandrva is a postdoc at SnT. Hailing from Ukraine, she earned her PhD in Computer Science as part of a French-Ukrainian dual doctoral supervision program – often called a cotutelle ...
Satellite Pre-coding Clears Congested Airwaves
Publié le mercredi 13 novembre 2019
Access the Internet wherever and whenever you need to, whether in a plane or out at sea.  Buy land, they’re not making any more of it.” Mark Twain’s famous advice was probably sound for the ...
L'Université propose des ateliers au Science Festival du Luxembourg
Science Festival 2019
Publié le lundi 11 novembre 2019
Du 7 au 10 novembre 2019, l'Université du Luxembourg a fasciné les visiteurs du Science Festival avec des expositions scientifiques à Luxembourg. Des milliers d’invités ont assisté à cet ...
Data is the new gold for this Brazilian native
Publié le mercredi 06 novembre 2019
Jorge Augusto Meira left his native Brazil to join SnT in 2016. The research associate works on data: big data, data engineering, data management, machine learning and so on. They say data is the ...
SnT Team wins Facebook Software Testing Competition
Publié le mercredi 30 octobre 2019
When Facebook develops new features, they rely on software-quality engineers to ensure that everything will work according to plan. When their tests indicate a problem, these software-quality ...
Partenariat CSSF - SnT
CSSF and Uni.lu sign agreement
Publié le jeudi 24 octobre 2019
Dans un monde où la rapidité et la fiabilité du traitement de données sont un enjeu majeur, la Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier (CSSF) et l'Université du Luxembourg, par ...
SnT Researcher Takes Team to Robotics Youth Olympics
Publié le mardi 22 octobre 2019
It’s not always easy being a researcher in automation and robotics. Tell someone what you do, and there’s a good chance they’ll ask you if you’re planning on automating their job.
How a research partnership wins awards
Publié le lundi 21 octobre 2019
Doctoral researcher Amin Sleimi and senior research scientist Dr Mehrdad Sabetzadeh, part of SnT’s SVV requirements engineering team, won a Best Industrial Paper Award at the 2019 IEEE ...
The thing I like most about SnT? Multiculturalism.
Publié le mercredi 16 octobre 2019
Serket Quintanar Guzman is from a little city about 3 hours south of Mexico-City. Through her academic network, she was introduced to professor Dr. Holger Voos. 
Two FnR Inter Grants Awarded to SnT
Publié le lundi 14 octobre 2019
We’re pleased to announce that the French Agence Nationale de la Recherche (ANR) and their partners at Luxembourg’s Funds Nationale de la Recherche (FNR) have awarded two of our own -- Professor ...
It Wasn’t Me: Deniability in a Post-Quantum World
Publié le jeudi 10 octobre 2019
The quantum supremacy — the point at which quantum computers will begin to outperform traditional computers — is just around the corner. Quantum supercomputers will be able to execute ...
PayPal, l'Université et le FNR annoncent nouvelle Chaire en FinTech
Publié le lundi 07 octobre 2019
Le Prof. Gilbert Fridgen s’est vu attribuer la première Chaire PayPal-FNR PEARL en finance numérique, qui lui permettra de mener des recherches scientifiques sur la transformation numérique des ...
I Came to SnT to Create Something from Scratch
Publié le jeudi 03 octobre 2019
Professor Paulo Esteves-Veríssimo joined SnT in 2014. He previously led a research unit at the University of Lisbon and came to Luxembourg to build a new group focused on tackling extreme threats to ...
Saving Lives at the Sharp End of Software Engineering
Publié le lundi 30 septembre 2019
According to the last major study in IT project failures, conducted by McKinsey and University of Oxford, half of all large IT projects “massively blow” their budgets. These large projects ...
Cybersecurity Buffet with Diversity on the Menu
Publié le jeudi 26 septembre 2019
In 1986, two programmers, Basit Farooq Alvi and Amjad Farooq Alvi, started receiving phone calls from all over the world. Angry phone calls, from angry IBM PC users demanding that the brothers ...
Faille en matière de protection de la vie privée dans les e-passeports
Privacy Flaw in e-Passports
Publié le mercredi 25 septembre 2019
Conférence ESORICS 2019 : Des chercheurs de l’Université du Luxembourg ont découvert une faille dans la norme de sécurité appliquée dans les passeports électroniques dans le monde entier ...
How to Stop Ransomware in its Tracks? Take Away its Tools
Publié le mercredi 25 septembre 2019
Right around the time that the WannaCry ransomware began to wreak havoc globally, SnT’s Ziya Alper Genç, had a big idea. 'It became my obsession,' says Genç. 'I had this idea that I just ...
I Joined by Chance, but Won’t Be Leaving
Tegawendé Bissyande
Publié le vendredi 13 septembre 2019
Tegawendé Bissyande took an unorthodox path to SnT before joining in 2013 to work on mobile security and automated program repair.
3D Tech for Stroke Survivors
Publié le jeudi 05 septembre 2019
Walking into the 4th-floor conference room at the University of Luxembourg’s Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust (SnT), I was expecting to see something big and unusual
Smart Schoul 2025
Publié le mardi 03 septembre 2019
Every morning the students of the Lycee Edward Steichen at Clervaux (LESC) walk through the front doors and past something rather unusual — a round platform partially enclosed by two white screens.
I was Attracted by SnT’s Industry Collaboration Model
Publié le lundi 12 août 2019
We welcomed researcher Mike Sabetzadeh to SnT in 2012, and ever since he’s been at the heart of our work in software requirements engineering. Having studied in Canada and held research positions ...
I Help Researchers Commercialise their Work
Publié le mercredi 31 juillet 2019
Cécile Petit joined SnT eight years ago to take on the challenge of coordinating research projects with experts in software engineering. Today she also manages projects in technology transfer, ...
I Came to SnT in Search of New Challenges
Publié le lundi 15 juillet 2019
Gabriele Lenzini joined SnT exactly one year after we opened our doors, in search of new interdisciplinary challenges. Today he leads research in the APSIA Research Group’s IRiSCLab, the Laboratory ...
Aligning Public and Private Investment in ICT Research
Publié le mercredi 10 juillet 2019
The Luxembourg National Research Fund (FNR) has awarded funding to seven industry collaborations at the University of Luxembourg, of which four are taking place at SnT. The support comes through ...
I was one of the first researchers at SnT
Publié le lundi 01 juillet 2019
Bhavani Shankar was one of the first employees at SnT. He’s come a long way since joining as a fresh-faced post-doc in 2009, and now manages teams and projects working on satellite communication ...
Autonomous Driving… on the Moon
Publié le jeudi 27 juin 2019
Developing autonomous vehicles for use on Earth is already a major research challenge, occupying some of the brightest minds in science. Not to be outdone, a team of researchers at the University of ...
Security Project of the Year Award for SnT Team
Publié le mercredi 12 juin 2019
A team of SnT researchers, working in collaboration with the Luxembourg Institute of Standardisation, Accreditation, Safety and Quality of Products and Services (ILNAS), has won the Information ...
Partnership Day Marks a Decade of SnT
Publié le vendredi 07 juin 2019
In the fast moving world of ICT all eyes are constantly on the next challenge, whether that be self-driving cars, smart factories or augmented reality. For once, SnT researchers and industry ...
Ten Years of SnT – What We've Achieved Together
Publié le jeudi 25 avril 2019
The University of Luxembourg has reached a new milestone in its history: ten years of operations for its Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust (SnT).
Law and Technology: How to Police the Privacy Beat
Publié le vendredi 05 avril 2019
“Most websites and web services, including Google's, don't change their behaviour when they receive a Do Not Track request. Chrome doesn't provide details of which websites and web services respect ...
Accomplishing Transparency within the GDPR
Publié le lundi 25 mars 2019
On 21 January 2019 the French Data Protection Authority (CNIL) handed Google the largest ever penalty for a breach of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The 50 million euro fine penalised ...
First Reputation-based system improves Blockchain security
Publié le vendredi 22 mars 2019
In June 2014 Bitcoin users were confronted with the unthinkable. A Bitcoin mining pool called Ghash.io had attained control over 51% of the network's total mining power. Bitcoin users, miners and ...
Ten Year Most Influential Paper in Web Service Testing
Publié le vendredi 22 mars 2019
With Easter fast approaching and summer on the horizon, the chances are that you’ll soon be trawling the web looking for holiday destinations, hotels and flights. For those of us booking in a rush ...
SnT goes #BalanceForBetter on International Women’s Day
Publié le jeudi 07 mars 2019
Why #IWD19? International Women's Day is a global celebration of the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. But it’s also a call to action for accelerating gender ...
Open Day 2019: Get up close and personal with our research activities!
Publié le mercredi 06 mars 2019
The 2019 open day at the University of Luxembourg marks a special milestone for two of its interdisciplinary research centres: SnT and LCSB are turning 10! All the more reason to swing by and take a ...
SnT at Heart of Major EU Cybersecurity Push
Publié le mardi 26 février 2019
The European Commission announces today the launch of four Cybersecurity Competence Networks -- a new initiative to accelerate cybersecurity research by drawing together Europe’s leading experts.
From Filling Potholes in Algeria to Hackathon-winning App
Publié le lundi 25 février 2019
Have you ever considered grabbing a shovel, a bag of sand and going out to fill in potholes in the street? If you live in Luxembourg, where efforts to keep roads well maintained could be described as ...
Ready, Steady, CODE! What Challenges Await at Game of Code
Publié le jeudi 21 février 2019
Luxembourg’s largest annual hackathon, Game of Code, is back. And this year, on 8th and 9th March at Forum Geesseknäppchen, you and your team of coders can test yourselves against challenges set ...
Partnership with NVIDIA Boosts Research in Artificial Intelligence
Publié le jeudi 31 janvier 2019
Luxembourg’s research community, the Luxembourg Government, and NVIDIA announced today the creation of a joint AI laboratory in Luxembourg. This national AI collaboration, the first with NVIDIA in ...
SnT in Flagship Projects to Bring 5G to our Roads
Publié le mercredi 30 janvier 2019
It has happened to all of us: at midnight on New Year’s Eve we pick up our mobile phones and try to call or write our loved ones. And then, nothing. The network is too crowded and we start the New ...
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 ...
You Are Welcome: A Guide for Refugees
Publié le lundi 30 juillet 2018
The smartphone – one of the most important resources for a refugee. It helps them stay in touch with family back home and it is also a way to stay abreast of current affairs or talk with other ...
Faites-vous scanner en 3D à la Belle Etoile!
Publié le vendredi 06 juillet 2018
Les chercheurs de l’Université du Luxembourg travaillent sur la modélisation 3D du futur et ils ont besoin de votre aide !
Privacy Flag: an EU-funded Project Success Story
Publié le jeudi 05 juillet 2018
It’s early days for the GDPR, but the regulation, along with recent high-profile cases such as the Facebook/Cambridge Analytica fallout, has already had a big impact on the public consciousness. ...
SnT Enters into Collaborative Fintech Agreement with LHoFT
Publié le jeudi 21 juin 2018
The Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust (SnT) has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Luxembourg House of Financial Technology Foundation (LHoFT) to develop ...
Go Big or go Home: SnT Partnership Day Attracts High-Stakes Crowd
Publié le vendredi 08 juin 2018
Partnership Day is our flagship event celebrating research collaborations with public and private partners in Luxembourg. This year’s edition drew over 350 attendees from international industry and ...
Testing the untestable
Publié le mercredi 16 mai 2018
It’s the same for everything from smartphones to cars: every product has to be tested before it leaves the factory. But in complex systems, which integrate large amounts of hardware and software, ...
Datacentres and GPUs: beyond the buzzwords
Publié le mardi 10 avril 2018
Key figures from across Luxembourg’s datacenter community recently joined SnT and Digital Luxembourg to hear from a panel of international speakers on the technological changes that will be driving ...
Best Paper Award for Research on Stroke Rehabilitation
Publié le lundi 09 avril 2018
A team of researchers at the University of Luxembourg’s Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust (SnT) has developed a new system for supporting stroke survivors in their ...
L’industrie 4.0 s’invite au Luxembourg grâce à un nouveau partenariat
L’industrie 4.0 s’invite au Luxembourg grâce à un nouveau partenariat
Publié le vendredi 06 avril 2018
L’Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust (SnT) de l’Université du Luxembourg a conclu un partenariat de recherche avec le fabricant Cebi.
Le traitement automatique du langage au service de nouveaux logiciels
Publié le jeudi 29 mars 2018
Les nouvelles technologies du traitement automatique du langage naturel pourront éviter les échecs et retards de projets dus à des exigences logicielles inappropriées.
L’Université s’est présentée durant la Journée portes ouvertes 2018
Publié le lundi 19 mars 2018
Près de 3 500 visiteurs de la Grande Région sont venus à la 12e Journée portes ouvertes de l’Université.
SnT, Clearstream and escent explore Artificial Intelligence in FinTech
Lionel Briand
Publié le vendredi 02 février 2018
The Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust (SnT) at the University of Luxembourg has entered a collaborative research partnership with financial firm Clearstream, part of ...
New SnT Technology on Show at CES, Las Vegas
Publié le jeudi 11 janvier 2018
Every January the eyes of the tech world turn to the Consumer Electronics Show (CES), Las Vegas, which introduces the next-generation of innovations to the marketplace.
Web Service Testing Models Stand Test of Time
Publié le jeudi 09 novembre 2017
Dr. Shiva Nejati, Research Scientist at the Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust, has been awarded the IBM Centre for Advanced Studies Conference’s (CASCON) 10 Year Most ...
Let’s Get Shapified!
Publié le mercredi 08 novembre 2017
Scientists at the University of Luxembourg in collaboration with Artec 3D are working on the future of 3D scanning, and they need YOU!
Award for first Step towards Unified Communications Standards
Publié le mercredi 25 octobre 2017
Alireza Haqiqatnejad, PhD Candidate at the University of Luxembourg’s Interdisciplinary Centre for Security Reliability and Trust (SnT), has received the Best Student Paper Award at the prestigious ...
SnT’s new Algorithm can Make you Move like a Pro
Publié le jeudi 19 octobre 2017
Film goers are already well accustomed to highly convincing animated figures, whether it be Andy Serkis as a Chimpanzee in Planet of the Apes or Peter Cushing seemingly brought back to life for Star ...
Meet One of the World’s Top Scholars
Publié le vendredi 13 octobre 2017
Who doesn’t like Top Ten lists? We were pleased to see our Vice-Director and FNR PEARL Chair Lionel C. Briand nominated as one of the Ten Most Influential Scholars of 2016 in Software Engineering. ...
Un chercheur renforce la confidentialité des messageries
Jiangshan Yu
Publié le mardi 10 octobre 2017
Depuis les révélations d’Edward Snowden sur la surveillance de masse des gouvernements sur les échanges de données électroniques, le chiffrement de bout en bout est désormais largement ...
SnT at the Heart of Luxembourg's ICT Community
Publié le lundi 09 octobre 2017
The Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust (SnT) was delighted to be a part of Q-leap's third Luxembourg Software Testing Event on 5 October 2017 at Forum Da Vinci. This event ...
Blockchain in Luxembourg: Meet the Man Behind Hyperledger
Publié le mercredi 20 septembre 2017
We’re positively beaming. By becoming associate members of Hyperledger, an open-source collaborative consortium dedicated to enhancing Blockchain technology, we’ve effectively laid a milestone. ...
Luxembourg Stock Exchange Partners up with SnT
Luxembourg Stock Exchange FinTech Partnership SnT
Publié le mercredi 13 septembre 2017
It’s official: representatives from the Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust (SnT) and the Luxembourg Stock Exchange met at LuxSE headquarters in Luxembourg on 12 September ...
Dr. Zhe Liu Features in 'Spotlight on Young Researchers'
Publié le mardi 05 septembre 2017
Dr. Zhe Liu, Research Associate at the Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust (SnT), has been featured in the Fonds National de la Recherche's Spotlight on Young Researchers, a ...
SnT Drone Research Cooks up a Swarm at Cybernetics Conference
Publié le mardi 08 août 2017
A team of Researchers at the University of Luxembourg’s Interdisciplinary Centre for Security Reliability and Trust (SnT) and Faculty of Science, Technology and Communication (FSTC) received the ...
You May Also Like: SnT Researcher Enhances Recommender Privacy
Publié le jeudi 03 août 2017
Jun Wang of the Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust at the University of Luxembourg has been awarded the Best Student Paper Award at the 32nd International Conference on ICT ...
Making Travel Faster, Safer and more Energy Efficient
Publié le mercredi 26 juillet 2017
More and more manufacturers are producing electric cars with cruise control technology. While it is quite comfortable to have the car accelerate and brake on its own, it doesn’t do so in an ...
The Swedish Ambassador at SnT
Publié le lundi 10 juillet 2017
The Swedish Ambassador to Luxembourg and Belgium, Annika Hahn-Englund, and Consul-General for Luxembourg Claes-Johan Geijer, recently paid a visit to the University of Luxembourg’s ...
Recherche : alliance Honda & SnT pour la sécurité des clés de voiture
Le dispositif intelligent
Publié le jeudi 06 juillet 2017
De nouveaux systèmes de clé permettent aux propriétaires de voitures d’entrer dans leur véhicule et de le démarrer sans jamais toucher une clé. Mais cette technologie n’est pas entièrement ...
Product Line Provides Winning Approach for SnT Researcher
Publié le mardi 13 juin 2017
Dr Jabier Martinez has been awarded an honourable mention by the Groupement de Recherche Génie de la Programmation et du Logiciel (GDR GPL). The award celebrates his PhD thesis written during his ...
SnT and ABBL Collaborate on FinTech KYC Solution
Publié le mardi 13 juin 2017
All financial institutions are subject to strict Know Your Customer (KYC) regulations, according to which client identity must be carefully verified. This helps to avoid money laundering and ...
SnT Researcher Wins Tech Transfer Award
Publié le mardi 06 juin 2017
Patrick Glauner snatched the best overall project prize at the Bridging the GAP research fair for his on-going PhD project on the detection of non-technical losses using artificial intelligence. ...
Un accès ouvert et transparent aux données juridiques
Legilux, Journal officiel du Grand-Duché de Luxembourg
Publié le mercredi 31 mai 2017
Le Service central de législation (SCL) du ministère d'État s'est associé à l'Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust (SnT) de l’Université du Luxembourg afin d'élaborer ...
SnT Team Wins Big at Hackathon
Publié le lundi 15 mai 2017
A team of researchers from the Interdisciplinary Centre for Security Reliability and Trust (SnT) has come away with joint first prize at the inaugural LuxBlockHackathon. They share the award of 1.5 ...
Luxembourg IoT Security Challenge: Deadline 15 July 2017
Publié le jeudi 27 avril 2017
Meet the challenge of IoT Security Innovation
Chinese Government Award fans the flames for SnT Researcher
Publié le mercredi 26 avril 2017
Jiangshan Yu from the Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust at the University of Luxembourg has been awarded the 'Chinese Government Award for outstanding students abroad.'
SnT Scientist Wins University Thesis Award
Publié le mardi 11 avril 2017
Dr. Chetan Arora of the University of Luxembourg's Interdisciplinary Centre for Security Reliability and Trust has been awarded the University's 'Best Computer Science and Communications PhD Thesis ...
PayPal supports SnT Chair in FinTech
Publié le vendredi 10 mars 2017
PayPal (Europe), the Fonds National de la Recherche (FNR) and the University of Luxembourg have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to create an FNR PEARL Chair in Digital Financial Services ...
Dr. Marc Lemmer Joins SnT Tech Transfer Office
Publié le mercredi 01 février 2017
SnT engages Dr. Marc Lemmer at Bridging Gaps, to further develop its Technology Transfer activities. The Technology Transfer Office (TTO) at SnT was launched in 2014 to support transition of ...
Best paper Award for Adriana Aguilera-Gonzalez
Dr. Adriana Aguilera-Gonzalez receives her award from the Dr Lee Yoot Khuan
Publié le mercredi 25 janvier 2017
SnT researcher Dr. Adriana Aguilera-Gonzalez has been presented with the award for best professional paper at the IEEE Conference on Biomedical Engineering and Sciences (IECBES 2016) held in Kuala ...