SnT is an internationally leading research and innovations centre that together with partners works to establish Luxembourg as a European centre of excellence for secure, reliable, and trustworthy ICT systems and services. In this context SnT achieves excellence by targeting research topics that create high impact, well beyond the academic community.
This requires a balance between high-risk and long-term research activities and a goal-oriented, demand-driven approach. To achieve SnT's objectives, the long-term research is rooted in a thorough understanding of societal and industrial challenges. Promising outcomes and results from high-risk research are refined by tackling precisely defined, relevant problems and investigating solutions that are applicable and scalable in actual industrial and societal contexts.
Against this backdrop, SnT focuses on partnership, interdisciplinarity and competitiveness at an international level:
- Cooperation with external partners is critical to the Centre’s success. A partnership program allows external partners with a long term interest in developing secure and reliable ICT systems to contribute to the development of SnT at all levels.
- Achieving secure, reliable and trustworthy ICT requires input from several research disciplines. Our application area focus fosters an interdisciplinary environment bringing together expertise from engineering, natural, law, and human/social sciences to address common challenges.
- Excellence in research requires the Centre to be highly competitive at an international level. Within our strategic areas, SnT’s portfolio of European projects funded by the European Commission and the European Space Agency plays key role in establishing critical mass.
- SnT is collaborating with different international partners from industry and academia on research projects.
Find out more about our research projects here.
Our research groups are:
APSIA - The Applied Security and Information Assurance Group (Prof. Peter Ryan)
Automation Research Group (Prof. Holger Voos)
CritiX - Critical and Extreme Security and Dependability Research Group (Prof. Paulo Esteves Veríssimo)
CryptoLux (Prof. Alex Biryukov)
NetLab - Networking Research Group (Prof. Thomas Engel)
SEDAN - Service and Data Management in Distributed Systems (Dr. Radu State)
SerVal - Security Design and Validation Research Group (Prof. Yves Le Traon)
SIGCOM - Satellite Communications and Signal, Image and Data Processing Aspects of Computer Vision (Prof. Björn Ottersten)
V&V Lab - Software Verification and Validation Research Group (Prof. Lionel Briand)