Meet&Greet#6 - Cyber-attack: who is next?


The next Meet & Greet will take place 23rd of March 2017. Dr Tommi Tapanainen, postdoctoral researcher at HEC-ULg et Jonathan Lesceux, Conseiller Service d'Etudes, de Représentation et de Positionnement, from UCM will introduce this evening with a co-presentation about their professional occupation: cybercrime and the management of cyber-attacks.

Espace Opéra

Finale ULg - Ma thèse en 180 secondes


Une thèse de doctorat ? Ouf, trop compliqué à comprendre ! Vraiment ? Et si on en reparlait après le concours « Ma thèse en 180 secondes » ? Le 22 mars, une dizaine de doctorants relèveront le défi de vulgariser leur sujet de recherche pour le grand public. Une opportunité ludique pour le grand public de voir la recherche scientifique sous un autre angle !

Salle académique (XX Août)

Workshop Ethics, Research & Society - scientific ecosystems and research reproductibility


This 23rd of March the Board for Ethics and Scientific Integrity (CEIS) invites you to its second "Ethics, Research & Society" annual workshop. This year, our keynote spearker, Marcus Munafo, Professor of Biological Psychology at the University of Bristol (UK) will draw the attention of scientific communities to the serious damage the revealed methodological deficiencies and lack of results reproducibility cause to the reliability and credibility of science.

Exèdre Dick Annegarn (B8, Sart Tilman)

Researcher at the ULg

Doing research at university, and in particular at the ULg means

  • joining excellent research centres to devote yourself to a passion, develop in this passion, and contribute, within a team, to the development of new knowledge;
  • meeting with other national and international researchers;
  • belonging to a nice millennium town, at the crossroads of 4 countries, with its rich and flourishing industrial past and its culture, dynamic in its re-development.

Each year, the ULg welcomes around one hundred new young researchers, granted on research contracts or preparing a doctoral thesis, as well as visiting lecturers and foreign researchers. As a European mobility centre, approved by the Belgian government for writing the convention related to the “scientific visa”, the ULg provides researchers with its expertise and experience to enable them, in Liege and abroad, to have a successful stay, both on a personal and professional level. The assistance and proximity of the lecturers and researchers who welcome them more directly is extremely important. 

Also each year, more than 150 Doctoral students present their thesis and consider continuing this adventure which they have a passion for.  Numerous researchers are also appointed by contract, and wonder about their future in this career. Whether you are from here or from elsewhere, welcome to the University of Liege.

Your life as a researcher will definitely be on the same scale as your passion …  

Researcher at the ULg Going abroad Useful and practical information


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