OVAM and Flemish Material Program win Circular Economy Award in Davos (Switzerland)
OVAM and Flemish Material Program have been awarded a Circular Economy Award for their dedication and efforts in projects on circular economy.
Industry Contact Days at UGent - 15 March 2016
Are you interested in the developments in the field of composite materials, polymer processing, additive manufacturing? Ghent University invites you to the Industry Contact Days.
Belgian Francqui chair 2015 - 2016
Prof. Dr. Herman Terryn (VUB) is the laureate of the Belgian Francqui chair 2015-2016. Find out more about the Francqui chair lectures on protective coatings in March and April.
Manfred Curbach @ UGent Labo Magnel
Prof. Dr. Manfred Curbach from TU Dresden is visiting Ghent University and will give a presentation about the C³ research project on February 17th at Labo Magnel. See complete news item for more information.
Kim Verbeken gets Minerva-Award
Kim Verbeken is awarded by UGent and gets a Minerva-Award.
Masterclass Data-driven innovation Sirris
The Sirris Data Innovation team organises a masterclass 'Data-driven innovation beyond the hype’ on October 7, 10:00 – 16:30 @ Diamant Building in Brussels (Bd. A Reyerslaan 80, 1030 Brussels).
Laureates FWO excellence awards
The Board of Directors of FWO has announced the five laureates of the FWO Excellence Awards. Every 5 years, an international jury awards five leading scientisist for their research career. The awards are considered the "Flemish Nobel prizes".
Yves Van Ingelgem (VUB) MIT Innovator of the Year
Yves Van Ingelgem (VUB) has been proclaimed "Innovator of the Year" by the prestigious MIT Technology Review.
EIT Raw Materials seeks CLC manager in Leuven
The Knowledge and Innovation Community (KIC) "Raw Materials" is looking for a Co-Location Centre manager in Leuven.
Belgian Universities ranking high
14 Belgian university degrees are ranked within the top 50 of their field in the QS World University Rankings. KULeuven has 8 degrees in the top 50, UGent and UCL (Université Catholique de Louvain) both have three degrees in the top 50.