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LIST’s Materials Research and Technology (MRT) department translates cutting-
edge materials research into applicable technology. MRT research activities
focus on two Key Enabling Technologies (KETs): Advanced Materials and
Nanotechnology. Its Central Materials Laboratory and Platform for Advanced
Characterization offer high-level expertise and equipment to industry.
More information at LIST.lu/mrt
Materials
Research and
Technology
( MRT )
RDI Department
Our RDI Departments
and their
competence domains
© LIST - April 2015 - printed on FSC certified paper
TECHNOLOGY LINE
DEPARTMENT MANAGEMENT
Prof. Dr Jens KREISEL
Director
Dr Damien Lenoble
Deputy Director
MRT’s Technology Line groups together activities that cover a large range on the Technology Readiness Level (TRL)
scale, going up to industrial transfer. Currently, the Technology Line is comprised of the Advanced Instrumentation
for Ion Nano-Analytics (AINA) group.
The AINA group focuses on the development of scientific instruments based on charged particle beams, covering
fundamental investigations, instrument development and applications. Its targeted fields of application are nano-
imaging and nano-analysis.
The team comprises specialists in nano-analytics, charged particle optics, ion-matter interactions and engineering
(mechanical, electronic, and software), providing the AINA group with the complete spectrum of know-how required to
convert innovative ideas and concepts into prototype instruments.
Our different research projects and technologies are performed in cooperation with leading international instrument
manufacturers and with research groups specialized in the relevant fields.
Luxembourg Institute of
Science and Technology (LIST)
5, avenue des Hauts-Fourneaux
L-4362 Esch/Azette
Tél. : 275 888 - 1
info@list.lu
LIST.lu
Follow us on social media
www.list.lu/social-media
AboutLIST
A key player in research and innovation in
Luxembourg, the Luxembourg Institute
of Science and Technology (LIST) covers
with its 630 employees the domains of
materials, environment and IT. As a RTO
(Research and Technology Organisation)
and with its interdisciplinary impact-
driven approach, LIST contributes to
the development of Luxembourg’s and
Europe’s economy and society.
More information  : LIST.lu
ENVIRONMENTAL
RESEARCH AND
INNOVATION (ERIN)
• Water security and safety
• Plant Science and biotechnologies
• Life cycle sustainability and risk
assessment
• Analysis and visualization of
environmental scientific data
MATERIALS RESEARCH
AND TECHNOLOGY (MRT)
• Nanomaterials and nanotechnologies
• Composite materials
IT FOR INNOVATIVE
SERVICES (ITIS)
• Decisional knowledge dynamics
• Trusted service systems
• Service engineering with impact
Francis BELL Emmanuel BIDAINE Dr Jean DI MARTINO Dr Thierry GIROT
info-MRT@list.luRDI PARTNERSHIP COORDINATION
MRT is organized to cooperate with industrial partners. It offers a large choice of project frameworks and services.
Collaborative projects are set up by a dedicated team which has a scientific and industrial background. The RDI
Partnership Coordination group is your contact:
NANOMATERIALS AND NANOTECHNOLOGY
The unit’s team of engineers, researchers and technologists combine their expertise to translate the enabling
capabilities of nanotechnology/nanomaterials into application-driven solutions. Based on the thorough understanding
of the properties of novel functional materials, the unit conducts research, development and innovation in the areas of:
uu The activities focus on the elaboration and understanding of ferroic materials for transducers which is a device
that convert one form of energy to another form of energy
uu Transparent semiconductors and optically tuneable nanocomposites addressing the dynamic growth of
invisible electronics or colour-based applications in the glass, display, sensor and consumer industries
uu Nano-enabled advanced technologies for the medical and cosmetics industries including diagnostics, prosthetic
devices and drug delivery systems
COMPOSITE MATERIALS
The mission of the unit is to study the behaviour of composite materials and to develop new environmentally friendly
functional composites using a combined experimental (synthesis, processing and testing) and numerical (modelling)
approach, in close collaboration with the composites industry and its suppliers.
The team focuses on two main areas:
uu The design and durability of high performance and multi-functional polymer-based-composites
uu Interface engineering: performance and durability are mainly driven by the quality of the interface between
fillers/fibres and the polymer matrix.
The unit’s activities include research and development concerning:
uu The design of multifunctional composites
uu Bio-based composites
uu Durability of composites
uu Adhesion and compatibilization of fibres/matrix
uu Complex architectures at the interface.
The Central Materials Laboratory develops cutting-edge expertise enabling the department’s objectives by focusing on:
uu Thin film coating and engineering
uu Polymer processing
uu Synthesis of nano-structures, nano-particles and organic chemistry
uu Prototyping, nanofabrication and functional measurements.
It benefits from the department’s expertise and equipment and is also open to collaborations with external partners.
CROSS-CUTTING SUPPORT & TAILORED SERVICES
MRT offers a wide variety of expertise and equipment through its Central Materials Laboratory and its platforms for
testing and advanced characterisation of materials.
From one-time analysis or testing needs to research contracts, we support RDI activities in the following areas:
uu Synthesis of nano-structures, nano-particles and organic chemistry
uu Prototyping/nanofabrication
uu Electrical, dielectric and photoelectric characterisation
uu Thin film processing, engineering and analysis
uu Polymer processing and composite manufacturing
uu Thermo-physical analysis: phase transitions, thermal diffusivity and conductivity, analysis of characteristic
decomposition patterns, mechanical stiffness and damping, dilatometry
uu Physical-chemical analysis: structure analysis, detection of trace elements, quantification of dopants, molecular
analysis, elemental identification, quantification and distribution
uu Surface analysis: morphology, topography, imaging, failure analysis, corrosion, contamination, depth profiling,
surface chemistry
uu Mechanical testing: impact, static and fatigue tests under severe temperature conditions, standard and customised
testing
uu Artificial accelerated aging: temperature, humidity and artificial light control, standard tests and tests combined
with electrical and/or mechanical endurance
uu Fire behaviour: smoke density and toxicity, ignition time, heat release.
Research units CENTRAL MATERIALS LABORATORYThe Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology’s (LIST)
Materials Research and Technology (MRT) department,
made up of around 150 collaborators, translates cutting edge
materials research into applicable technology. For this, the
department cultivates close relationships and joint projects
with both academic and industrial partners, and contributes
to Luxembourg’s and Europe’s innovation agenda in materials
research.
Our research and technology activities target two main areas:
nanomaterials and nanotechnology, and composite
materials.
NANOMATERIALS AND NANOTECHNOLOGY
uu Ferroic materials and transducers
uu Transparent and optical tuneable electronics
uu Nano-enabled medicine and cosmetics
COMPOSITE MATERIALS
uu Bio-based and functional composites
uu Adhesion and interface engineering
Further to this, a Central Materials Laboratory mutualises
the department’s expertise and equipment in several crucial
fields:
uu Thin film coating and engineering
uu Polymer processing
uu Synthesis of nano-structures, nano-particles &
organic chemistry
uu Prototyping, nanofabrication and functional
measurements.
The department is characterised by a young, engaged and
international staff, who are open to new collective challenges
and come from a variety of backgrounds: academic
institutions, RTOs and industry. Chemists, physicists,
materials and engineering scientists, and increasingly
scientists with a background in life science, all shape the
work at MRT. They work together in an interdisciplinary
manner, both within the LIST departments and with actors
from the Luxembourg public or industrial sectors.
Who we are
Central
Materials
Laboratory
Nano-enabled
medicine and
cosmetics
Transparent &
optical tuneable
electronics
Multifunctional
Ferroic
Materials
Bio-based &
functional
composites
Adhesion &
interface
engineering
Advanced
instrumentation
for Ion
Nano-Analytics
Nanomaterials&nanotechnolo
gy
Compositematerials
Technology lines
NANOMATERIALS AND NANOTECHNOLOGY
The unit’s team of engineers, researchers and technologists combine their expertise to translate the enabling
capabilities of nanotechnology/nanomaterials into application-driven solutions. Based on the thorough understanding
of the properties of novel functional materials, the unit conducts research, development and innovation in the areas of:
uu The activities focus on the elaboration and understanding of ferroic materials for transducers which is a device
that convert one form of energy to another form of energy
uu Transparent semiconductors and optically tuneable nanocomposites addressing the dynamic growth of
invisible electronics or colour-based applications in the glass, display, sensor and consumer industries
uu Nano-enabled advanced technologies for the medical and cosmetics industries including diagnostics, prosthetic
devices and drug delivery systems
COMPOSITE MATERIALS
The mission of the unit is to study the behaviour of composite materials and to develop new environmentally friendly
functional composites using a combined experimental (synthesis, processing and testing) and numerical (modelling)
approach, in close collaboration with the composites industry and its suppliers.
The team focuses on two main areas:
uu The design and durability of high performance and multi-functional polymer-based-composites
uu Interface engineering: performance and durability are mainly driven by the quality of the interface between
fillers/fibres and the polymer matrix.
The unit’s activities include research and development concerning:
uu The design of multifunctional composites
uu Bio-based composites
uu Durability of composites
uu Adhesion and compatibilization of fibres/matrix
uu Complex architectures at the interface.
The Central Materials Laboratory develops cutting-edge expertise enabling the department’s objectives by focusing on:
uu Thin film coating and engineering
uu Polymer processing
uu Synthesis of nano-structures, nano-particles and organic chemistry
uu Prototyping, nanofabrication and functional measurements.
It benefits from the department’s expertise and equipment and is also open to collaborations with external partners.
CROSS-CUTTING SUPPORT & TAILORED SERVICES
MRT offers a wide variety of expertise and equipment through its Central Materials Laboratory and its platforms for
testing and advanced characterisation of materials.
From one-time analysis or testing needs to research contracts, we support RDI activities in the following areas:
uu Synthesis of nano-structures, nano-particles and organic chemistry
uu Prototyping/nanofabrication
uu Electrical, dielectric and photoelectric characterisation
uu Thin film processing, engineering and analysis
uu Polymer processing and composite manufacturing
uu Thermo-physical analysis: phase transitions, thermal diffusivity and conductivity, analysis of characteristic
decomposition patterns, mechanical stiffness and damping, dilatometry
uu Physical-chemical analysis: structure analysis, detection of trace elements, quantification of dopants, molecular
analysis, elemental identification, quantification and distribution
uu Surface analysis: morphology, topography, imaging, failure analysis, corrosion, contamination, depth profiling,
surface chemistry
uu Mechanical testing: impact, static and fatigue tests under severe temperature conditions, standard and customised
testing
uu Artificial accelerated aging: temperature, humidity and artificial light control, standard tests and tests combined
with electrical and/or mechanical endurance
uu Fire behaviour: smoke density and toxicity, ignition time, heat release.
Research units CENTRAL MATERIALS LABORATORYThe Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology’s (LIST)
Materials Research and Technology (MRT) department,
made up of around 150 collaborators, translates cutting edge
materials research into applicable technology. For this, the
department cultivates close relationships and joint projects
with both academic and industrial partners, and contributes
to Luxembourg’s and Europe’s innovation agenda in materials
research.
Our research and technology activities target two main areas:
nanomaterials and nanotechnology, and composite
materials.
NANOMATERIALS AND NANOTECHNOLOGY
uu Ferroic materials and transducers
uu Transparent and optical tuneable electronics
uu Nano-enabled medicine and cosmetics
COMPOSITE MATERIALS
uu Bio-based and functional composites
uu Adhesion and interface engineering
Further to this, a Central Materials Laboratory mutualises
the department’s expertise and equipment in several crucial
fields:
uu Thin film coating and engineering
uu Polymer processing
uu Synthesis of nano-structures, nano-particles &
organic chemistry
uu Prototyping, nanofabrication and functional
measurements.
The department is characterised by a young, engaged and
international staff, who are open to new collective challenges
and come from a variety of backgrounds: academic
institutions, RTOs and industry. Chemists, physicists,
materials and engineering scientists, and increasingly
scientists with a background in life science, all shape the
work at MRT. They work together in an interdisciplinary
manner, both within the LIST departments and with actors
from the Luxembourg public or industrial sectors.
Who we are
Central
Materials
Laboratory
Nano-enabled
medicine and
cosmetics
Transparent &
optical tuneable
electronics
Multifunctional
Ferroic
Materials
Bio-based &
functional
composites
Adhesion &
interface
engineering
Advanced
instrumentation
for Ion
Nano-Analytics
Nanomaterials&nanotechnolo
gy
Compositematerials
Technology lines
NANOMATERIALS AND NANOTECHNOLOGY
The unit’s team of engineers, researchers and technologists combine their expertise to translate the enabling
capabilities of nanotechnology/nanomaterials into application-driven solutions. Based on the thorough understanding
of the properties of novel functional materials, the unit conducts research, development and innovation in the areas of:
uu The activities focus on the elaboration and understanding of ferroic materials for transducers which is a device
that convert one form of energy to another form of energy
uu Transparent semiconductors and optically tuneable nanocomposites addressing the dynamic growth of
invisible electronics or colour-based applications in the glass, display, sensor and consumer industries
uu Nano-enabled advanced technologies for the medical and cosmetics industries including diagnostics, prosthetic
devices and drug delivery systems
COMPOSITE MATERIALS
The mission of the unit is to study the behaviour of composite materials and to develop new environmentally friendly
functional composites using a combined experimental (synthesis, processing and testing) and numerical (modelling)
approach, in close collaboration with the composites industry and its suppliers.
The team focuses on two main areas:
uu The design and durability of high performance and multi-functional polymer-based-composites
uu Interface engineering: performance and durability are mainly driven by the quality of the interface between
fillers/fibres and the polymer matrix.
The unit’s activities include research and development concerning:
uu The design of multifunctional composites
uu Bio-based composites
uu Durability of composites
uu Adhesion and compatibilization of fibres/matrix
uu Complex architectures at the interface.
The Central Materials Laboratory develops cutting-edge expertise enabling the department’s objectives by focusing on:
uu Thin film coating and engineering
uu Polymer processing
uu Synthesis of nano-structures, nano-particles and organic chemistry
uu Prototyping, nanofabrication and functional measurements.
It benefits from the department’s expertise and equipment and is also open to collaborations with external partners.
CROSS-CUTTING SUPPORT & TAILORED SERVICES
MRT offers a wide variety of expertise and equipment through its Central Materials Laboratory and its platforms for
testing and advanced characterisation of materials.
From one-time analysis or testing needs to research contracts, we support RDI activities in the following areas:
uu Synthesis of nano-structures, nano-particles and organic chemistry
uu Prototyping/nanofabrication
uu Electrical, dielectric and photoelectric characterisation
uu Thin film processing, engineering and analysis
uu Polymer processing and composite manufacturing
uu Thermo-physical analysis: phase transitions, thermal diffusivity and conductivity, analysis of characteristic
decomposition patterns, mechanical stiffness and damping, dilatometry
uu Physical-chemical analysis: structure analysis, detection of trace elements, quantification of dopants, molecular
analysis, elemental identification, quantification and distribution
uu Surface analysis: morphology, topography, imaging, failure analysis, corrosion, contamination, depth profiling,
surface chemistry
uu Mechanical testing: impact, static and fatigue tests under severe temperature conditions, standard and customised
testing
uu Artificial accelerated aging: temperature, humidity and artificial light control, standard tests and tests combined
with electrical and/or mechanical endurance
uu Fire behaviour: smoke density and toxicity, ignition time, heat release.
Research units CENTRAL MATERIALS LABORATORYThe Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology’s (LIST)
Materials Research and Technology (MRT) department,
made up of around 150 collaborators, translates cutting edge
materials research into applicable technology. For this, the
department cultivates close relationships and joint projects
with both academic and industrial partners, and contributes
to Luxembourg’s and Europe’s innovation agenda in materials
research.
Our research and technology activities target two main areas:
nanomaterials and nanotechnology, and composite
materials.
NANOMATERIALS AND NANOTECHNOLOGY
uu Ferroic materials and transducers
uu Transparent and optical tuneable electronics
uu Nano-enabled medicine and cosmetics
COMPOSITE MATERIALS
uu Bio-based and functional composites
uu Adhesion and interface engineering
Further to this, a Central Materials Laboratory mutualises
the department’s expertise and equipment in several crucial
fields:
uu Thin film coating and engineering
uu Polymer processing
uu Synthesis of nano-structures, nano-particles &
organic chemistry
uu Prototyping, nanofabrication and functional
measurements.
The department is characterised by a young, engaged and
international staff, who are open to new collective challenges
and come from a variety of backgrounds: academic
institutions, RTOs and industry. Chemists, physicists,
materials and engineering scientists, and increasingly
scientists with a background in life science, all shape the
work at MRT. They work together in an interdisciplinary
manner, both within the LIST departments and with actors
from the Luxembourg public or industrial sectors.
Who we are
Central
Materials
Laboratory
Nano-enabled
medicine and
cosmetics
Transparent &
optical tuneable
electronics
Multifunctional
Ferroic
Materials
Bio-based &
functional
composites
Adhesion &
interface
engineering
Advanced
instrumentation
for Ion
Nano-Analytics
Nanomaterials&nanotechnolo
gy
Compositematerials
Technology lines
LIST’s Materials Research and Technology (MRT) department translates cutting-
edge materials research into applicable technology. MRT research activities
focus on two Key Enabling Technologies (KETs): Advanced Materials and
Nanotechnology. Its Central Materials Laboratory and Platform for Advanced
Characterization offer high-level expertise and equipment to industry.
More information at LIST.lu/mrt
Materials
Research and
Technology
( MRT )
RDI Department
Our RDI Departments
and their
competence domains
© LIST - April 2015 - printed on FSC certified paper
TECHNOLOGY LINE
DEPARTMENT MANAGEMENT
Prof. Dr Jens KREISEL
Director
Dr Damien Lenoble
Deputy Director
MRT’s Technology Line groups together activities that cover a large range on the Technology Readiness Level (TRL)
scale, going up to industrial transfer. Currently, the Technology Line is comprised of the Advanced Instrumentation
for Ion Nano-Analytics (AINA) group.
The AINA group focuses on the development of scientific instruments based on charged particle beams, covering
fundamental investigations, instrument development and applications. Its targeted fields of application are nano-
imaging and nano-analysis.
The team comprises specialists in nano-analytics, charged particle optics, ion-matter interactions and engineering
(mechanical, electronic, and software), providing the AINA group with the complete spectrum of know-how required to
convert innovative ideas and concepts into prototype instruments.
Our different research projects and technologies are performed in cooperation with leading international instrument
manufacturers and with research groups specialized in the relevant fields.
Luxembourg Institute of
Science and Technology (LIST)
5, avenue des Hauts-Fourneaux
L-4362 Esch/Azette
Tél. : 275 888 - 1
info@list.lu
LIST.lu
Follow us on social media
www.list.lu/social-media
AboutLIST
A key player in research and innovation in
Luxembourg, the Luxembourg Institute
of Science and Technology (LIST) covers
with its 630 employees the domains of
materials, environment and IT. As a RTO
(Research and Technology Organisation)
and with its interdisciplinary impact-
driven approach, LIST contributes to
the development of Luxembourg’s and
Europe’s economy and society.
More information  : LIST.lu
ENVIRONMENTAL
RESEARCH AND
INNOVATION (ERIN)
• Water security and safety
• Plant Science and biotechnologies
• Life cycle sustainability and risk
assessment
• Analysis and visualization of
environmental scientific data
MATERIALS RESEARCH
AND TECHNOLOGY (MRT)
• Nanomaterials and nanotechnologies
• Composite materials
IT FOR INNOVATIVE
SERVICES (ITIS)
• Decisional knowledge dynamics
• Trusted service systems
• Service engineering with impact
Francis BELL Emmanuel BIDAINE Dr Jean DI MARTINO Dr Thierry GIROT
info-MRT@list.luRDI PARTNERSHIP COORDINATION
MRT is organized to cooperate with industrial partners. It offers a large choice of project frameworks and services.
Collaborative projects are set up by a dedicated team which has a scientific and industrial background. The RDI
Partnership Coordination group is your contact:
LIST’s Materials Research and Technology (MRT) department translates cutting-
edge materials research into applicable technology. MRT research activities
focus on two Key Enabling Technologies (KETs): Advanced Materials and
Nanotechnology. Its Central Materials Laboratory and Platform for Advanced
Characterization offer high-level expertise and equipment to industry.
More information at LIST.lu/mrt
Materials
Research and
Technology
( MRT )
RDI Department
Our RDI Departments
and their
competence domains
© LIST - April 2015 - printed on FSC certified paper
TECHNOLOGY LINE
DEPARTMENT MANAGEMENT
Prof. Dr Jens KREISEL
Director
Dr Damien Lenoble
Deputy Director
MRT’s Technology Line groups together activities that cover a large range on the Technology Readiness Level (TRL)
scale, going up to industrial transfer. Currently, the Technology Line is comprised of the Advanced Instrumentation
for Ion Nano-Analytics (AINA) group.
The AINA group focuses on the development of scientific instruments based on charged particle beams, covering
fundamental investigations, instrument development and applications. Its targeted fields of application are nano-
imaging and nano-analysis.
The team comprises specialists in nano-analytics, charged particle optics, ion-matter interactions and engineering
(mechanical, electronic, and software), providing the AINA group with the complete spectrum of know-how required to
convert innovative ideas and concepts into prototype instruments.
Our different research projects and technologies are performed in cooperation with leading international instrument
manufacturers and with research groups specialized in the relevant fields.
Luxembourg Institute of
Science and Technology (LIST)
5, avenue des Hauts-Fourneaux
L-4362 Esch/Azette
Tél. : 275 888 - 1
info@list.lu
LIST.lu
Follow us on social media
www.list.lu/social-media
AboutLIST
A key player in research and innovation in
Luxembourg, the Luxembourg Institute
of Science and Technology (LIST) covers
with its 630 employees the domains of
materials, environment and IT. As a RTO
(Research and Technology Organisation)
and with its interdisciplinary impact-
driven approach, LIST contributes to
the development of Luxembourg’s and
Europe’s economy and society.
More information  : LIST.lu
ENVIRONMENTAL
RESEARCH AND
INNOVATION (ERIN)
• Water security and safety
• Plant Science and biotechnologies
• Life cycle sustainability and risk
assessment
• Analysis and visualization of
environmental scientific data
MATERIALS RESEARCH
AND TECHNOLOGY (MRT)
• Nanomaterials and nanotechnologies
• Composite materials
IT FOR INNOVATIVE
SERVICES (ITIS)
• Decisional knowledge dynamics
• Trusted service systems
• Service engineering with impact
Francis BELL Emmanuel BIDAINE Dr Jean DI MARTINO Dr Thierry GIROT
info-MRT@list.luRDI PARTNERSHIP COORDINATION
MRT is organized to cooperate with industrial partners. It offers a large choice of project frameworks and services.
Collaborative projects are set up by a dedicated team which has a scientific and industrial background. The RDI
Partnership Coordination group is your contact:

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Presentation leaflet - "Materials Research and Technology" (MRT) department

  • 1. LIST’s Materials Research and Technology (MRT) department translates cutting- edge materials research into applicable technology. MRT research activities focus on two Key Enabling Technologies (KETs): Advanced Materials and Nanotechnology. Its Central Materials Laboratory and Platform for Advanced Characterization offer high-level expertise and equipment to industry. More information at LIST.lu/mrt Materials Research and Technology ( MRT ) RDI Department Our RDI Departments and their competence domains © LIST - April 2015 - printed on FSC certified paper TECHNOLOGY LINE DEPARTMENT MANAGEMENT Prof. Dr Jens KREISEL Director Dr Damien Lenoble Deputy Director MRT’s Technology Line groups together activities that cover a large range on the Technology Readiness Level (TRL) scale, going up to industrial transfer. Currently, the Technology Line is comprised of the Advanced Instrumentation for Ion Nano-Analytics (AINA) group. The AINA group focuses on the development of scientific instruments based on charged particle beams, covering fundamental investigations, instrument development and applications. Its targeted fields of application are nano- imaging and nano-analysis. The team comprises specialists in nano-analytics, charged particle optics, ion-matter interactions and engineering (mechanical, electronic, and software), providing the AINA group with the complete spectrum of know-how required to convert innovative ideas and concepts into prototype instruments. Our different research projects and technologies are performed in cooperation with leading international instrument manufacturers and with research groups specialized in the relevant fields. Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST) 5, avenue des Hauts-Fourneaux L-4362 Esch/Azette Tél. : 275 888 - 1 info@list.lu LIST.lu Follow us on social media www.list.lu/social-media AboutLIST A key player in research and innovation in Luxembourg, the Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST) covers with its 630 employees the domains of materials, environment and IT. As a RTO (Research and Technology Organisation) and with its interdisciplinary impact- driven approach, LIST contributes to the development of Luxembourg’s and Europe’s economy and society. More information  : LIST.lu ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH AND INNOVATION (ERIN) • Water security and safety • Plant Science and biotechnologies • Life cycle sustainability and risk assessment • Analysis and visualization of environmental scientific data MATERIALS RESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGY (MRT) • Nanomaterials and nanotechnologies • Composite materials IT FOR INNOVATIVE SERVICES (ITIS) • Decisional knowledge dynamics • Trusted service systems • Service engineering with impact Francis BELL Emmanuel BIDAINE Dr Jean DI MARTINO Dr Thierry GIROT info-MRT@list.luRDI PARTNERSHIP COORDINATION MRT is organized to cooperate with industrial partners. It offers a large choice of project frameworks and services. Collaborative projects are set up by a dedicated team which has a scientific and industrial background. The RDI Partnership Coordination group is your contact:
  • 2. NANOMATERIALS AND NANOTECHNOLOGY The unit’s team of engineers, researchers and technologists combine their expertise to translate the enabling capabilities of nanotechnology/nanomaterials into application-driven solutions. Based on the thorough understanding of the properties of novel functional materials, the unit conducts research, development and innovation in the areas of: uu The activities focus on the elaboration and understanding of ferroic materials for transducers which is a device that convert one form of energy to another form of energy uu Transparent semiconductors and optically tuneable nanocomposites addressing the dynamic growth of invisible electronics or colour-based applications in the glass, display, sensor and consumer industries uu Nano-enabled advanced technologies for the medical and cosmetics industries including diagnostics, prosthetic devices and drug delivery systems COMPOSITE MATERIALS The mission of the unit is to study the behaviour of composite materials and to develop new environmentally friendly functional composites using a combined experimental (synthesis, processing and testing) and numerical (modelling) approach, in close collaboration with the composites industry and its suppliers. The team focuses on two main areas: uu The design and durability of high performance and multi-functional polymer-based-composites uu Interface engineering: performance and durability are mainly driven by the quality of the interface between fillers/fibres and the polymer matrix. The unit’s activities include research and development concerning: uu The design of multifunctional composites uu Bio-based composites uu Durability of composites uu Adhesion and compatibilization of fibres/matrix uu Complex architectures at the interface. The Central Materials Laboratory develops cutting-edge expertise enabling the department’s objectives by focusing on: uu Thin film coating and engineering uu Polymer processing uu Synthesis of nano-structures, nano-particles and organic chemistry uu Prototyping, nanofabrication and functional measurements. It benefits from the department’s expertise and equipment and is also open to collaborations with external partners. CROSS-CUTTING SUPPORT & TAILORED SERVICES MRT offers a wide variety of expertise and equipment through its Central Materials Laboratory and its platforms for testing and advanced characterisation of materials. From one-time analysis or testing needs to research contracts, we support RDI activities in the following areas: uu Synthesis of nano-structures, nano-particles and organic chemistry uu Prototyping/nanofabrication uu Electrical, dielectric and photoelectric characterisation uu Thin film processing, engineering and analysis uu Polymer processing and composite manufacturing uu Thermo-physical analysis: phase transitions, thermal diffusivity and conductivity, analysis of characteristic decomposition patterns, mechanical stiffness and damping, dilatometry uu Physical-chemical analysis: structure analysis, detection of trace elements, quantification of dopants, molecular analysis, elemental identification, quantification and distribution uu Surface analysis: morphology, topography, imaging, failure analysis, corrosion, contamination, depth profiling, surface chemistry uu Mechanical testing: impact, static and fatigue tests under severe temperature conditions, standard and customised testing uu Artificial accelerated aging: temperature, humidity and artificial light control, standard tests and tests combined with electrical and/or mechanical endurance uu Fire behaviour: smoke density and toxicity, ignition time, heat release. Research units CENTRAL MATERIALS LABORATORYThe Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology’s (LIST) Materials Research and Technology (MRT) department, made up of around 150 collaborators, translates cutting edge materials research into applicable technology. For this, the department cultivates close relationships and joint projects with both academic and industrial partners, and contributes to Luxembourg’s and Europe’s innovation agenda in materials research. Our research and technology activities target two main areas: nanomaterials and nanotechnology, and composite materials. NANOMATERIALS AND NANOTECHNOLOGY uu Ferroic materials and transducers uu Transparent and optical tuneable electronics uu Nano-enabled medicine and cosmetics COMPOSITE MATERIALS uu Bio-based and functional composites uu Adhesion and interface engineering Further to this, a Central Materials Laboratory mutualises the department’s expertise and equipment in several crucial fields: uu Thin film coating and engineering uu Polymer processing uu Synthesis of nano-structures, nano-particles & organic chemistry uu Prototyping, nanofabrication and functional measurements. The department is characterised by a young, engaged and international staff, who are open to new collective challenges and come from a variety of backgrounds: academic institutions, RTOs and industry. Chemists, physicists, materials and engineering scientists, and increasingly scientists with a background in life science, all shape the work at MRT. They work together in an interdisciplinary manner, both within the LIST departments and with actors from the Luxembourg public or industrial sectors. Who we are Central Materials Laboratory Nano-enabled medicine and cosmetics Transparent & optical tuneable electronics Multifunctional Ferroic Materials Bio-based & functional composites Adhesion & interface engineering Advanced instrumentation for Ion Nano-Analytics Nanomaterials&nanotechnolo gy Compositematerials Technology lines
  • 3. NANOMATERIALS AND NANOTECHNOLOGY The unit’s team of engineers, researchers and technologists combine their expertise to translate the enabling capabilities of nanotechnology/nanomaterials into application-driven solutions. Based on the thorough understanding of the properties of novel functional materials, the unit conducts research, development and innovation in the areas of: uu The activities focus on the elaboration and understanding of ferroic materials for transducers which is a device that convert one form of energy to another form of energy uu Transparent semiconductors and optically tuneable nanocomposites addressing the dynamic growth of invisible electronics or colour-based applications in the glass, display, sensor and consumer industries uu Nano-enabled advanced technologies for the medical and cosmetics industries including diagnostics, prosthetic devices and drug delivery systems COMPOSITE MATERIALS The mission of the unit is to study the behaviour of composite materials and to develop new environmentally friendly functional composites using a combined experimental (synthesis, processing and testing) and numerical (modelling) approach, in close collaboration with the composites industry and its suppliers. The team focuses on two main areas: uu The design and durability of high performance and multi-functional polymer-based-composites uu Interface engineering: performance and durability are mainly driven by the quality of the interface between fillers/fibres and the polymer matrix. The unit’s activities include research and development concerning: uu The design of multifunctional composites uu Bio-based composites uu Durability of composites uu Adhesion and compatibilization of fibres/matrix uu Complex architectures at the interface. The Central Materials Laboratory develops cutting-edge expertise enabling the department’s objectives by focusing on: uu Thin film coating and engineering uu Polymer processing uu Synthesis of nano-structures, nano-particles and organic chemistry uu Prototyping, nanofabrication and functional measurements. It benefits from the department’s expertise and equipment and is also open to collaborations with external partners. CROSS-CUTTING SUPPORT & TAILORED SERVICES MRT offers a wide variety of expertise and equipment through its Central Materials Laboratory and its platforms for testing and advanced characterisation of materials. From one-time analysis or testing needs to research contracts, we support RDI activities in the following areas: uu Synthesis of nano-structures, nano-particles and organic chemistry uu Prototyping/nanofabrication uu Electrical, dielectric and photoelectric characterisation uu Thin film processing, engineering and analysis uu Polymer processing and composite manufacturing uu Thermo-physical analysis: phase transitions, thermal diffusivity and conductivity, analysis of characteristic decomposition patterns, mechanical stiffness and damping, dilatometry uu Physical-chemical analysis: structure analysis, detection of trace elements, quantification of dopants, molecular analysis, elemental identification, quantification and distribution uu Surface analysis: morphology, topography, imaging, failure analysis, corrosion, contamination, depth profiling, surface chemistry uu Mechanical testing: impact, static and fatigue tests under severe temperature conditions, standard and customised testing uu Artificial accelerated aging: temperature, humidity and artificial light control, standard tests and tests combined with electrical and/or mechanical endurance uu Fire behaviour: smoke density and toxicity, ignition time, heat release. Research units CENTRAL MATERIALS LABORATORYThe Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology’s (LIST) Materials Research and Technology (MRT) department, made up of around 150 collaborators, translates cutting edge materials research into applicable technology. For this, the department cultivates close relationships and joint projects with both academic and industrial partners, and contributes to Luxembourg’s and Europe’s innovation agenda in materials research. Our research and technology activities target two main areas: nanomaterials and nanotechnology, and composite materials. NANOMATERIALS AND NANOTECHNOLOGY uu Ferroic materials and transducers uu Transparent and optical tuneable electronics uu Nano-enabled medicine and cosmetics COMPOSITE MATERIALS uu Bio-based and functional composites uu Adhesion and interface engineering Further to this, a Central Materials Laboratory mutualises the department’s expertise and equipment in several crucial fields: uu Thin film coating and engineering uu Polymer processing uu Synthesis of nano-structures, nano-particles & organic chemistry uu Prototyping, nanofabrication and functional measurements. The department is characterised by a young, engaged and international staff, who are open to new collective challenges and come from a variety of backgrounds: academic institutions, RTOs and industry. Chemists, physicists, materials and engineering scientists, and increasingly scientists with a background in life science, all shape the work at MRT. They work together in an interdisciplinary manner, both within the LIST departments and with actors from the Luxembourg public or industrial sectors. Who we are Central Materials Laboratory Nano-enabled medicine and cosmetics Transparent & optical tuneable electronics Multifunctional Ferroic Materials Bio-based & functional composites Adhesion & interface engineering Advanced instrumentation for Ion Nano-Analytics Nanomaterials&nanotechnolo gy Compositematerials Technology lines
  • 4. NANOMATERIALS AND NANOTECHNOLOGY The unit’s team of engineers, researchers and technologists combine their expertise to translate the enabling capabilities of nanotechnology/nanomaterials into application-driven solutions. Based on the thorough understanding of the properties of novel functional materials, the unit conducts research, development and innovation in the areas of: uu The activities focus on the elaboration and understanding of ferroic materials for transducers which is a device that convert one form of energy to another form of energy uu Transparent semiconductors and optically tuneable nanocomposites addressing the dynamic growth of invisible electronics or colour-based applications in the glass, display, sensor and consumer industries uu Nano-enabled advanced technologies for the medical and cosmetics industries including diagnostics, prosthetic devices and drug delivery systems COMPOSITE MATERIALS The mission of the unit is to study the behaviour of composite materials and to develop new environmentally friendly functional composites using a combined experimental (synthesis, processing and testing) and numerical (modelling) approach, in close collaboration with the composites industry and its suppliers. The team focuses on two main areas: uu The design and durability of high performance and multi-functional polymer-based-composites uu Interface engineering: performance and durability are mainly driven by the quality of the interface between fillers/fibres and the polymer matrix. The unit’s activities include research and development concerning: uu The design of multifunctional composites uu Bio-based composites uu Durability of composites uu Adhesion and compatibilization of fibres/matrix uu Complex architectures at the interface. The Central Materials Laboratory develops cutting-edge expertise enabling the department’s objectives by focusing on: uu Thin film coating and engineering uu Polymer processing uu Synthesis of nano-structures, nano-particles and organic chemistry uu Prototyping, nanofabrication and functional measurements. It benefits from the department’s expertise and equipment and is also open to collaborations with external partners. CROSS-CUTTING SUPPORT & TAILORED SERVICES MRT offers a wide variety of expertise and equipment through its Central Materials Laboratory and its platforms for testing and advanced characterisation of materials. From one-time analysis or testing needs to research contracts, we support RDI activities in the following areas: uu Synthesis of nano-structures, nano-particles and organic chemistry uu Prototyping/nanofabrication uu Electrical, dielectric and photoelectric characterisation uu Thin film processing, engineering and analysis uu Polymer processing and composite manufacturing uu Thermo-physical analysis: phase transitions, thermal diffusivity and conductivity, analysis of characteristic decomposition patterns, mechanical stiffness and damping, dilatometry uu Physical-chemical analysis: structure analysis, detection of trace elements, quantification of dopants, molecular analysis, elemental identification, quantification and distribution uu Surface analysis: morphology, topography, imaging, failure analysis, corrosion, contamination, depth profiling, surface chemistry uu Mechanical testing: impact, static and fatigue tests under severe temperature conditions, standard and customised testing uu Artificial accelerated aging: temperature, humidity and artificial light control, standard tests and tests combined with electrical and/or mechanical endurance uu Fire behaviour: smoke density and toxicity, ignition time, heat release. Research units CENTRAL MATERIALS LABORATORYThe Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology’s (LIST) Materials Research and Technology (MRT) department, made up of around 150 collaborators, translates cutting edge materials research into applicable technology. For this, the department cultivates close relationships and joint projects with both academic and industrial partners, and contributes to Luxembourg’s and Europe’s innovation agenda in materials research. Our research and technology activities target two main areas: nanomaterials and nanotechnology, and composite materials. NANOMATERIALS AND NANOTECHNOLOGY uu Ferroic materials and transducers uu Transparent and optical tuneable electronics uu Nano-enabled medicine and cosmetics COMPOSITE MATERIALS uu Bio-based and functional composites uu Adhesion and interface engineering Further to this, a Central Materials Laboratory mutualises the department’s expertise and equipment in several crucial fields: uu Thin film coating and engineering uu Polymer processing uu Synthesis of nano-structures, nano-particles & organic chemistry uu Prototyping, nanofabrication and functional measurements. The department is characterised by a young, engaged and international staff, who are open to new collective challenges and come from a variety of backgrounds: academic institutions, RTOs and industry. Chemists, physicists, materials and engineering scientists, and increasingly scientists with a background in life science, all shape the work at MRT. They work together in an interdisciplinary manner, both within the LIST departments and with actors from the Luxembourg public or industrial sectors. Who we are Central Materials Laboratory Nano-enabled medicine and cosmetics Transparent & optical tuneable electronics Multifunctional Ferroic Materials Bio-based & functional composites Adhesion & interface engineering Advanced instrumentation for Ion Nano-Analytics Nanomaterials&nanotechnolo gy Compositematerials Technology lines
  • 5. LIST’s Materials Research and Technology (MRT) department translates cutting- edge materials research into applicable technology. MRT research activities focus on two Key Enabling Technologies (KETs): Advanced Materials and Nanotechnology. Its Central Materials Laboratory and Platform for Advanced Characterization offer high-level expertise and equipment to industry. More information at LIST.lu/mrt Materials Research and Technology ( MRT ) RDI Department Our RDI Departments and their competence domains © LIST - April 2015 - printed on FSC certified paper TECHNOLOGY LINE DEPARTMENT MANAGEMENT Prof. Dr Jens KREISEL Director Dr Damien Lenoble Deputy Director MRT’s Technology Line groups together activities that cover a large range on the Technology Readiness Level (TRL) scale, going up to industrial transfer. Currently, the Technology Line is comprised of the Advanced Instrumentation for Ion Nano-Analytics (AINA) group. The AINA group focuses on the development of scientific instruments based on charged particle beams, covering fundamental investigations, instrument development and applications. Its targeted fields of application are nano- imaging and nano-analysis. The team comprises specialists in nano-analytics, charged particle optics, ion-matter interactions and engineering (mechanical, electronic, and software), providing the AINA group with the complete spectrum of know-how required to convert innovative ideas and concepts into prototype instruments. Our different research projects and technologies are performed in cooperation with leading international instrument manufacturers and with research groups specialized in the relevant fields. Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST) 5, avenue des Hauts-Fourneaux L-4362 Esch/Azette Tél. : 275 888 - 1 info@list.lu LIST.lu Follow us on social media www.list.lu/social-media AboutLIST A key player in research and innovation in Luxembourg, the Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST) covers with its 630 employees the domains of materials, environment and IT. As a RTO (Research and Technology Organisation) and with its interdisciplinary impact- driven approach, LIST contributes to the development of Luxembourg’s and Europe’s economy and society. More information  : LIST.lu ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH AND INNOVATION (ERIN) • Water security and safety • Plant Science and biotechnologies • Life cycle sustainability and risk assessment • Analysis and visualization of environmental scientific data MATERIALS RESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGY (MRT) • Nanomaterials and nanotechnologies • Composite materials IT FOR INNOVATIVE SERVICES (ITIS) • Decisional knowledge dynamics • Trusted service systems • Service engineering with impact Francis BELL Emmanuel BIDAINE Dr Jean DI MARTINO Dr Thierry GIROT info-MRT@list.luRDI PARTNERSHIP COORDINATION MRT is organized to cooperate with industrial partners. It offers a large choice of project frameworks and services. Collaborative projects are set up by a dedicated team which has a scientific and industrial background. The RDI Partnership Coordination group is your contact:
  • 6. LIST’s Materials Research and Technology (MRT) department translates cutting- edge materials research into applicable technology. MRT research activities focus on two Key Enabling Technologies (KETs): Advanced Materials and Nanotechnology. Its Central Materials Laboratory and Platform for Advanced Characterization offer high-level expertise and equipment to industry. More information at LIST.lu/mrt Materials Research and Technology ( MRT ) RDI Department Our RDI Departments and their competence domains © LIST - April 2015 - printed on FSC certified paper TECHNOLOGY LINE DEPARTMENT MANAGEMENT Prof. Dr Jens KREISEL Director Dr Damien Lenoble Deputy Director MRT’s Technology Line groups together activities that cover a large range on the Technology Readiness Level (TRL) scale, going up to industrial transfer. Currently, the Technology Line is comprised of the Advanced Instrumentation for Ion Nano-Analytics (AINA) group. The AINA group focuses on the development of scientific instruments based on charged particle beams, covering fundamental investigations, instrument development and applications. Its targeted fields of application are nano- imaging and nano-analysis. The team comprises specialists in nano-analytics, charged particle optics, ion-matter interactions and engineering (mechanical, electronic, and software), providing the AINA group with the complete spectrum of know-how required to convert innovative ideas and concepts into prototype instruments. Our different research projects and technologies are performed in cooperation with leading international instrument manufacturers and with research groups specialized in the relevant fields. Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST) 5, avenue des Hauts-Fourneaux L-4362 Esch/Azette Tél. : 275 888 - 1 info@list.lu LIST.lu Follow us on social media www.list.lu/social-media AboutLIST A key player in research and innovation in Luxembourg, the Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST) covers with its 630 employees the domains of materials, environment and IT. As a RTO (Research and Technology Organisation) and with its interdisciplinary impact- driven approach, LIST contributes to the development of Luxembourg’s and Europe’s economy and society. More information  : LIST.lu ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH AND INNOVATION (ERIN) • Water security and safety • Plant Science and biotechnologies • Life cycle sustainability and risk assessment • Analysis and visualization of environmental scientific data MATERIALS RESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGY (MRT) • Nanomaterials and nanotechnologies • Composite materials IT FOR INNOVATIVE SERVICES (ITIS) • Decisional knowledge dynamics • Trusted service systems • Service engineering with impact Francis BELL Emmanuel BIDAINE Dr Jean DI MARTINO Dr Thierry GIROT info-MRT@list.luRDI PARTNERSHIP COORDINATION MRT is organized to cooperate with industrial partners. It offers a large choice of project frameworks and services. Collaborative projects are set up by a dedicated team which has a scientific and industrial background. The RDI Partnership Coordination group is your contact: