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.
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)
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)
Undertaking a doctoral program means choosing to follow your master's studies by intensive research training, possibly in preparation for a promising career as a researcher.
Indeed, it is estimated that roughly 500,000 researchers will be needed to create the knowledge-based economy that Europe aims at making the most competitive in the world. However, there is currently a shortage of young people with a passion for this career full of discovery and promise both in our universities and our cutting-edge companies. Why not take the plunge?
The doctoral degree is obtained "after the presentation of a dissertation in which the candidate demonstrates creativity as well as capacity to perform scientific research and report its results". Doctoral training and research work are therefore the foundations of the doctoral program, which takes a minimum of three years to complete (180 credits).
In order to acquire the highest scientific qualification in his/her domain and optimize his/her future employability, the student takes part in drawing up his/her own program. It is organized loosely around three major axes: thematic disciplinary training, transversal training and scientific production. For the research component, the doctoral student is integrated into the best scientific teams; he/she is supervised by professors or experienced researchers who will guide and advise him/her. The university promotes his/her exposure to what is happening outside Belgium by providing the means (financial and other) for him/her to take part in conferences and scientific stays abroad.
Graduates who are contemplating beginning a doctoral program often have questions about program expectations, subjects offered, practical organization, admission procedures, financial support available, etc. On this website you will find information to help you make informed choices. Professors will, of course, be the first people graduates should turn to, unless they first wish to confer with students from the ULg Network of Doctoral Students...
Practical Guide to doctoral students from the University of Liège, it contains a wealth of essential information!
Check it out at www.ulg.ac.be/books/en/pars-en-these
Contact(s) : ARD, Evelyne Favart