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.
After OUFTI-1, the University of Liège is continuing its strategy of designing nanosatellites for pedagogical, scientific and economic purposes.
New training of master, from the beginning of 2017.
Registrations are open until June 26, 2017, for the 1st session (3 and 4 July 2017)
Opening of the Hack4Steel challenge (15-17 September in Ghent) focusing on 'Smart Factory' and 'Industry 4.0' for students or young engineers.
The Faculty (in particular the Department of Chemical Engineering) and ULg are in charge of this Interreg project.
Applications are expected by 15 September 2017.
These glasses that detect the sleep of drivers have been developed by Prof. Jacques Verly (Institut Montefiore).
The schedule of the June exam session is online!
The research center has been designated as the Belgian contact point for the URBACT program, which promotes integrated urban development in Europe.