University of Namur
University of Namur
With a budget increase of 30% vis-à-vis the current Horizon 2020 programme, the Commission is launching its most ambitious framework programme in order to keep the European Union (EU) at the forefront of Research and Innovation and to support its objectives of sustainable development and the fight against climate change.
Given the evolution of the epidemic, the options taken by the higher education actors and the coordination committee enforce new measures to insure everybody's security within our University from 19 October 2020.
In late November, Professor Olivier Deparis and the Pergamenum21 team organized a conference on the Physics of parchment. Numerous participants had expressed their interest in more thoroughly carrying on their multidisciplinary interactions about the identification of animal skins used as writing support.
Accueil UNamur > Nouvelles > Professors and researchers model the expansion of the coro rus in Belgium and project scenarios for tomorrow On the initiative of the University of Namur, researchers and professors of some of the French speaking Universities collaborate and their knowledge to model scenarios, among which deconfinement and help in decision-making.
Patrick Heymans et Pierre-Yves Schobbens, professeurs à la Faculté d'informatique, et leurs collègues se sont vus décerner le "Most Influential Paper Award" pour leur papier intitulé "Model checking lots of systems: efficient verification of temporal properties in software product lines".
The Lasers, Optics and Spectroscopies (LOS) technological platform has just received a new spectrometer. Its particularity? It can be used in many fields and allows the study of phenomena with very high spectral resolution and at very high speed - of the order of a microsecond.
They did not sit back during the lockdown! As scientists worldwide, the UNamur researchers were in the battle against Covid-19 since the beginning of the crisis. Their expertise bore around 20 research projects, often in collaboration with other Belgian or foreign universities.
In the context of its newly remodelled master program, the Faculty of Computer Science and the Namur Digital Institute (NaDI) invite, thanks to an International Francqui Chair, the Professor Yves Le Traon from the University of Luxembourg.