British Chamber of Commerce in partnership with the University of Luxembourg’s Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust (SnT) and Delano are pleased to invite you to a live event focused on higher innovation, from research to spinoffs.
Luxembourg is leading the way in exciting academic research with practical applications, ranging from autonomous vehicles, space resources and beyond.
The British Chamber of Commerce's Business and Innovation Group invites you to discover SnT, the hidden jewel in Luxembourg’s innovation ecosystem.
SnT conducts internationally competitive research in ICT targeting initiatives with the potential to create a significant socio-economic impact. But SnT is not just academia, it works closely with over 55 industry partners targeting six strategic areas to address ICT challenges confronting industry, public and private sectors, including fintech, autonomous vehicles, Internet of Things, cybersecurity, secure and compliant data management, and space systems.
Several successful projects have resulted in technology transfer or even the creation of spinoff companies, proving that the SnT has truly become the bridge between academia and business.
Hear about SnT's current research projects and strategic priorities for 2021, and discover through a research partner the anticipated competitive advantage for Luxembourg and the international business community. Lastly, learn more about how research can become a reality through business creation.
Event speakers include:
• Carlo Duprel (Head of Technology Transfer, SnT – Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust, University of Luxembourg).
• Andrey Martovoy (Digital Strategy, FinTech & Innovation Adviser at the Luxembourg Bankers' Association, ABBL)
• Dr German Castignani (CEO of Motion-S) - pictured, photo: Patricia Pitsch/Maison Moderne
The discussion will be moderated by Natalie Gerhardstein, Delano journalist.