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