CRP Henri Tudor

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Claude Turmes and Janez Potočnik, during the conference-debate: «Économie circulaire et nouvelles formes de consommation. Stratégies européennes et perspectives luxembourgeoises» Oktober 20, 2014 at the CRP Henri-Tudor in Kirchberg, Luxembourg.

Coordinates: 49°29′58.24″N 5°59′11.62″E / 49.4995111°N 5.9865611°E / 49.4995111; 5.9865611The Public Research Centre Henri Tudor (or CRP Henri Tudor) is a Luxembourg-based research institute. Created in late 1987, in the framework of the Luxembourgish law of 9 March 1987 about public research, the CRP Henri Tudor took its name from Henri Owen Tudor, a famous Luxembourgish engineer.

CRP Henri Tudor's main mission was to contribute to the improvement and the strengthening of the innovation capacities of enterprises and public organizations. On 1st January 2015, the Public Research Centre Henri Tudor and the Public Research Center Gabriel Lippmann merged to form a new Research and Technology Organization (RTO), the Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology.

Activities and services[edit]

Applied, experimental and doctoral research; development of tools, methods, labels, certifications and standards; technological assistance, consulting and watch services; knowledge and competence transfer; incubation of high-tech companies as well as training and high-level qualification were part of CRP Henri Tudor’s scope of activities.

Competence domains[edit]

With the signature of the Performance Contract 2008–2010 with the Luxembourgish State, CRP Henri Tudor’s activities were oriented towards five scientific and technological fields:

  • Information and Communication Technologies (ICT)
  • Environmental Technologies
  • Health Care Technologies
  • Materials Technologies
  • Business Organisation and Management


Departments of the Public Research Centre Henri Tudor were:

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