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Energy and Materials in Infrastructure and Buildings (EMIB) University of Antwerp

EMIB stands for "Energy and Materials in Infrastructure and Buildings". The research group consists of a complementary team of engineers from different aspects of the built environment and electromechanics. Innovation, sustainability and quality are principal research objectives. The research group is organized in three sections:• The section "Green Building Engineering" studies the optimisation of the sustainability of building designs and ...

Flemish Planning Bureau for the Environment and Spatial Development Departement of spatial development, environment, energy, climate, green economy, animal welfare

  • Research, monitoring & evaluation
  • Pooling activities and resources for environmental research, environment and health, soil protection, subsoil, natural resources, deep subsoil
  • Pooling of monitoring and evaluation activities and resources
  • Structural relationships with MIRA and NARA/INBO, including in the area of the research agenda
  • Environmental pollution by electromagnetic waves

Studies in Media, Innovation and Technology Vrije Universiteit Brussel


The research centre for Studies on Media, Information and Telecommunication was set up in 1990 by Prof. Dr. Jean-Claude Burgelman at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel, within the department of Communication Studies. In 2000, Prof. Dr. Caroline Pauwels became director of the centre. SMIT research focuses on socio-economic and policy aspects of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) and underlying infrastructures. It combines both ...

Media, ICT and interpersonal relations in Organisations and Society (MIOS) University of Antwerp

MIOS is a research group within the Department of Communication Studies at the Faculty of Political and Social Sciences. The research team aims at analysing individuals' and organizational uses of ICT (and other media) to gain insight into (computer) mediated communication, its uses and effects, and to pursue evidence-based communication strategies and policy. The research activities of MIOS can be linked to two communication levels, which ...

Department of Movement and Sports Sciences Ghent University

The Department of Movement and Sports Sciences is part of the faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences at Ghent University. The research is strongly developed around a number of lines of research: Movement learning, Exercise physiology and Training theory, Sport management, Physical activity, fitness and health.

Web and Information System Engineering Vrije Universiteit Brussel


The WISE lab is a research unit of the department of Computer Science of the Vrije Universiteit Brussel. It was founded in 1998 by Prof. dr. Olga De Troyer. Currently WISE comprises the research activities of Prof. Dr. Olga De Troyer and Prof. Dr. Beat Signer.

Over the years, the focus of the research evolved from traditional web and information systems to innovative and intelligible information systems.

Broadly speaking, the ...

Design and Engineering of Construction and Architecture KU Leuven


The Architectural Engineering Section aims for innovation in the design of buildings by approaching architecture from an engineering point of view. The emphasis is on the technical aspects of architecture: structure, materials, services, and comfort requirements are considered in a multidisciplinary setting in order quantify, assess, and improve the quality, cost, and sustainability of buildings and the built environment. In order to achieve ...

Movement and Nutrition for Health and Performance Vrije Universiteit Brussel


The merged research group MOVE (= former BEGE+BEPR+MODI groups) was founded in 2020, with Prof. Dr. Eva D’Hondt as current chair, and is part of the Department of Movement and Sport Sciences (BESW) of the Faculty of Physical Education and Physiotherapy (LK). The ‘Movement and Nutrition for Health and Performance’ research group unites the enthusiasm and expertise of young and more experienced researchers, focusing on 3 prominent lines of ...

Nanostructured and organic optical and electronic materials (NANOrOPT) University of Antwerp

Optical spectroscopy (absorption and emission, raman scattering, ultrafast laser spectroscopy) and electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR; continuous and pulsed, in X-band, 9.5 GHz, and at high frequency in W-band, 95 GHz) spectroscopy are applied in the research group in order to investigate the properties of different condensed matter systems, and in particular: (i) Defects and impurities in technologically relevant crystalline materials e.g., ...