electrical and mechanical engineering

Astronomy - Electroengineering - Nov 6, 2019
On behalf of the ESA, UCLouvain has developed antennas for the LaRa instrument that will go to Mars in 2020 to study the red planet's habitability. From concept to creation, the antennas were manufactured in three months - quite a feat! The originality of UCLouvain's concept: the antennas are produced from a single block of aluminium to achieve lightness (132g!), miniaturisation (hand-sized) and great resistance (particularly to day-night temperature variations of more than 200° C).
Electroengineering - Innovation - Nov 19, 2018
Electroengineering - Innovation

imec, Ghent University, and SEED Co., Ltd. have developed a contact lens with autonomous electronics, opening the door to unique applications such as lenses with sensors and/or drug-delivery systems for the treatment of eye disorders.

Physics - Electroengineering - Jul 19, 2018

Inleiding: Mystifying results in excitonic Coulomb drag experiments obtained independently by two research groups in the USA explained by the CMT group (M. Zarenia, D. Neilson and F. Peeters) in a recent Physical Review Letters paper.

Electroengineering - Computer Science - Oct 12, 2017

Imagine a society without secrets. A kind of space-time where everything and everyone would be known. Possible? Desirable? The exhibition 'Top secret! Decrypting the world', presented in collaboration with UCL at the Mundaneum in Mons, addresses these questions.

Mechanical Engineering - Sep 11, 2018

A team of researchers at COSIC, an imec research group at the University of Leuven, has uncovered serious security flaws in the Passive Keyless Entry and Start (PKES) system used by some luxury vehicles.

Physics - Mechanical Engineering - Mar 9, 2018

An assistant professor at Brussels' Vrije Universiteit and a visiting professor at Harvard, Vincent Ginis is a brilliant scientist who won a Solvay Award in 2014 and was designated as one of the top 50 tech pioneers in Belgium in 2017.

Computer Science - Electroengineering - Aug 16, 2017

Cutting your hand, tearing a muscle, or even breaking a bone - these are all injuries that heal over time. Researchers at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel have also endowed robots with this self-healing property, as illustrated in   Text and figures are available at Press Relations VUB.


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