Geography Vrije Universiteit Brussel
The ongoing research is concentrated in the fields of: 1. Human Geography: - Urban and social geography; - Urban and regional planning; - Geography of development; - Geography of Health. 2. Physical Geography: - Ice and climate; - Soil erosion and landscape studies. 3. Cartography and Geographic Information Systems.
Division of Geography and Tourism KU Leuven
Within the Department of Geography and Tourism spatial patterns at the surface of the earth are studied and the dynamic interaction between the (bio-) physical environment and society takes a central place.
Centre for Migration and Intercultural Studies (CeMIS) University of Antwerp
Department of Agricultural economics Ghent University
Social-cultural food-research Vrije Universiteit Brussel
FOST aims at the study of the history, sociology, geography, politics, philosophy, archaeology, linguistics, and etnology of food in Europe since Antiquity. It is a multidisciplinary and inter-faculty research unit, with international contacts in Europe and the USA. FOST co-ordindates (PhD) research with regard to food, gastronomy, culinary culture, table manners, and all issues related to common and festive food. It welcomes researchers from ...
Education, Culture and Society KU Leuven
The research group Education, Culture and Society consists of the following two divisions:
- History of Education
- Education and Society
Cosmopolis Centre for Urban Research Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Cosmopolis is a research centre within the Department of Geography of the Vrije Universiteit Brussel and is dedicated to research and teaching in geography, spatial planning and urban design. Committed to pursuing both academic and practice relevant research, Cosmopolis actively engages policy makers, governments, citizen networks and other urban partners to transform knowledge into action.