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Luxembourg ICT Cluster

 

The Luxembourg ICT Cluster brings together various actors in the field of ICT in Luxembourg with the goal of fostering new and sustainable business opportunities through collaborative research, development and innovation projects. It aims at optimising the uptake of ICT as an enabling technology for various sectors and the further development of the existing ICT sector in Luxembourg by encouraging networking and collaboration between the private and public sectors. 

The cluster provides specific support activities and services to its members and offers a platform for networking, collaboration and exchange of experience.

Opportunities

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Check out all open Calls for proposals on the Luxembourg Portal for Innovation and Research

News

  • 29-03-2017 Luxembourg at the centre of a European network of supercomputers

    On March 23, 2017, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of the Economy Étienne Schneider, signed a declaration of European cooperation within the framework of the "High Performance Computing" (HPC) Collaboration between the signatory states (Germany, Spain, France, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands and Portugal) for the strategic purpose of setting up a European HPC network in which the Grand Duchy was the initiator.

  • 28-03-2017 Lancement de l’édition 2017 de la Business Partnership Facility

    L’objectif consiste à encourager le secteur privé luxembourgeois et européen à s’associer avec des partenaires publics ou privés actifs dans les pays en développement pour mettre en place des projets commerciaux durables. Les notes conceptuelles sont à remettre jusqu’au 14 avril 2017.

  • 27-03-2017 Luxembourg confirms its position as European leader in the field of digitalisation

    On the occasion of the celebration of the 60th anniversary of the Rome Treaty, the European Commission organised “Digital Day”. This was a high-level meeting on 23 March, 2017, in the Italian capital confirming the ambition to position the EU amongst the top global rankings in the field of High Performance Computing (HPC) and establishing a transnational framework for connected driving tests.