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

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