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Computer Science - May 14
Researchers from the Department of Computer Science have helped to expose a security flaw in Intel processors. More than 80 per cent of all computers and servers use these processors. The security flaw makes the hardware vulnerable to hackers. "Our research focuses on designing secure computer processors, among other things," says Jo Van Bulck from the KU Leuven Department of Computer Science.
Computer Science - Apr 25

A cardboard sign with a colourful print. That's all researchers from the Faculty of Engineering Technology at KU Leuven needed to fool a smart camera. To be clear: Wiebe Van Ranst, Simen Thys, and Toon Goedemé from the EAVISE research group don't have evil intentions.

Computer Science - Nov 19, 2018

Inleiding: The Faculty of Law and the Institute for Development policy (IOB) are seeking to fill a full-time vacancy for a Research professor in the area of sustainable development and environmental justice.

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.

Sport Sciences - Computer Science - Feb 26

Professional football players need to keep a cool head during a match, but some are better at this than others. Cristiano Ronaldo seems to be immune to pressure, while Neymar's performance crumbles under it.

Computer Science - Aug 14, 2018

Technology giant Intel has been including an innovative security method in its processors for a number of years. This method works as a vault for your personal data. However, KU Leuven researchers have shown that the system can, in fact, be hacked using the Foreshadow attack.

Computer Science - Jun 22, 2017

Small, unmanned aircrafts that deliver parcels, help put out a fire or save lives' The CargoCopter, a new type of drone developed by engineer Bart Theys, makes all that possible. The CargoCopters are unmanned aircrafts that can lift off by themselves, cover fifty-kilometre distances, and reach speeds of up to 150 kilometres per hour.


Selected Jobs
Life Sciences - 10.07
Postdoctoral position, Bio-informatics Universiteit Antwerpen
Computer Science/Telecom - 09.07
Postdoctoral position, R&D and Innovation indicators Universiteit Antwerpen
Computer Science/Telecom - 02.07
PhD position, Natural language processing - Conversational agents Universiteit Antwerpen