A passion for technology to share
Many universities are proud to have been founded a long time ago and to be shaped by centuries-old traditions. Though usually younger, schools of engineering often also show the same love of history.
There is of course value in history and tradition, nevertheless a school of engineering should not be a guardian of tradition, but a driver of innovation. As never before, technology is modeling society and shaping our future. The School of Engineering of the University of Liège is a driver of this process: by educating and by our research, we aim at creating and promoting technological innovation, together with its responsible use to build a better world.
We offer a broad range of educational programs in engineering and computer science at the Bachelor’s, Master’s and Doctoral levels. With first-class facilities our research is cutting edge and covers a variety of areas of engineering and computer science.
Do look up our education programs, read about our research, get in touch with us, join us and let’s shape the future.
Information session for those students who will have to carry out an internship or a master thesis during the academic year 2017-2018.
With his PhD research about "Performance and Robustness of Nonlinear Systems Using Bifurcation Analysis", Thibaut Detroux, a PhD student in Applied Sciences from the University of Liege, is the laureate of the BNCTAM Award for the Best PhD Thesis (2017 edition).
The Faculty of Applied Sciences of ULg and HEC Liège present a new double Master's degree in 3 years in Digital Business.
Every year, students of the Faculty of Applied Sciences present the projects carried out within the framework of their curriculum. Consult the calendar 2016-2017 and some examples from previous years.
Audrey Mertens et Gaëlle Baudoux, lauréate du concours « Accessibilité et architecture 2017 ».
Par Jacques Teller, ULg - LEMA, Xavier Langhendries (Wannapplay), Xavier Tackoen (Espaces-Mobilités), Frédéric Verdin (Tracé Libre), représentants du MaestroMobile, et Jean-François Leblanc, Ville de Liège.
Bloc encadrée pour les étudiants de bloc 1.
The jury will measure the resistance of the structures in a competition, until the bridge collapses !
By Olivier Brochet, Architecte Associé de l’Agence Brochet /Lajus /Pueyo in Bordeaux, as part of lectures "Projet urbain".
Great final of the competition. Which glider will fly the farthest?