Silicon Valley start-up Civil Maps and the University of Luxembourg’s Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust (SnT) announce a research partnership focused on autonomous driving technology. The partnership is supported by Luxinnovation and expands the country’s research focus on self-driving vehicles.
The University of Luxembourg received excellent grades in this year’s edition of U-Multirank, the European Commission’s benchmarking tool for universities. It received 16 “A” grades out 32 possible, in particular for its international outlook and research.
The University of Luxembourg ranks 12th in the 2020 edition of the Times Higher Education Young University Ranking. It moves up 5 places compared to 2019.
The 2020 Environmental Performance Index (EPI) considers Luxembourg as the world’s 2nd most sustainable country in its analysis of sustainability around the world.
Maana Electric has developed a revolutionary technology for producing solar panels from sand. Attracted to Luxembourg by the country’s drive to support the new space sector, the start-up is developing a cost-effective and clean way of producing solar energy that can be used on Earth as well as in space.
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