Human Physiology and Sports Physiotherapy Research Group Vrije Universiteit Brussel
The research group MFYS explores the interaction of exercise on neurochemistry and neurophysiology. The research is concentrated at several levels: Fundamental – Physiological research; Applied – Clinical research and Benchmarking – Policy making research.
Most of the research projects progress through these 3 levels, starting from fundamental studies (e.g. animal studies) through applied, clinical trials, which could lead to ...
Research Centre for Visual Poetics University of Antwerp
Advanced Rehabilitation Technology & Science Vrije Universiteit Brussel
The Advanced Rehabilitation Technology & Science research group involves six research groups of the Vrije Universiteit Brussel. Four groups are part of the faculty of Physical Education and Physiotherapy, one group is part of the faculty of Medicine and one of the faculty of Engineering.
Building Physics Section KU Leuven
The research of the laboratory focuses on heat and mass transfer in building parts, energy demand and energy use, durability of building materials, sound insulation, room acoustics and noise control in the built environment. * Performance assesment of building envelopes: highly insulated envelope parts, sound insulation of the facade. * VLIET K20 experimental building. * Active envelope systems. * Durability of building systems. * New ...
Department of Art, music and theatre sciences Ghent University
Sports policy and management Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Mission statement: SBMA is an expertise centre for policy and management in sport. Vision : - acquiring knowledge through applied and fundamental scientific research - use and communicate our expertise in the (inter)national sports world on all levels through: 1) formation 2) guidance and counseling 3) publications on national and international level
Sports Policy factors Leading to International Sporting Success Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Development of design methodologies for Very Large Scale Integration (VLSI) systems within the application area of digital signal processing. Development of submicron processes and interconnecting techniques supporting the next generation VLSI chips, opto-electronic components, sensors, solar cells. Characterization and reliability techniques. Training of VLSI design and of processing engineerings for industry.
VIVES, the Research Centre for Regional Economics conducts fundamental and applied research on regional economics and regional economic policy to support the public debate on the economic and social development of regions, with a particular emphasis on Flanders.
The research is organised around three core themes:
- Fiscal policy and political economics
- Regional growth and industrial policy
- Regional labour ...