Researchers from the School of Computer Science and Information Technology play an active role in scientific discourse by releasing publications on these topics and making an active contribution to conferences and research seminars at home and abroad.
The Lucerne School of Computer Science and Information Technology operates various labs:
Our research teams are very interested in international research collaborations with practice partners and universities. For a possible collaboration, please contact the International Office at
The Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts is a member of Scholars at Risk, an international network of academic institutions that supports and defends the principles of academic freedom and the human rights of scholars around the world The Guidlines for Scholars at Risk Applications are to be sonsulted. There are no deadlines.
Researchers at the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts are successfully involved in international projects of application-oriented research and development.
HSLU participation Horizon EU Projekt PERCEIVE
Perceptive enhanced realities of colored collections through AI and virtual experiences
It aims at creating a new way to perceive, preserve, curate, exhibit, understand and access colored Cultural Heritage collections and Digital Artworks, promoting their re-appropriation.
HSLU participation Horizon EU Project ENFLATE
Eabling FLexibility provision by all Actors and sectors through markets and digital Technologies
In the Paris Agreement on Climate change, the signatory states are committed to climate neutrality by 2050 at the latest. The European Horizon project ENFLATE is making an important contribution to this overall goal with a dedicated platform for flexibility.