Engineering at the VUB. Help shape tomorrow's world.

We live in a high-tech world. Every day new technologies and scientific breakthroughs make the headlines. Which is precisely why becoming an engineer is so exciting. Because you can help shape the world we live in. We are all too keenly aware of this at the VUB, which is why our engineering programmes are considered to be among the best, as is the scientific research of our many research groups. Do you want to be where the action is? Then enrol in the Faculty of Engineering at the VUB – the first faculty in Flanders to have a woman as dean. Yet another example of our pioneering spirit.

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Wednesday 25 July, 14:00 - 17:00 U

Faculteit ES - Thesis Café 2017-2018

Let’s write together...

Let’s write together...

Thursday 25 October, 09:00 - 13:30 U

International EAPC RN seminar on public health research in palliative care



Friday 26 October, 12:00

Food for Thought - October Edition

More information & registration coming soon              

More information & registration coming soon              

Tuesday 30 October, 18:00

Joes Segal: Art and Crisis

Over the past two centuries, artists have regularly engaged in war and struggle, both in support and in a critical sense. But artists are by no means always in control of the interpretation of their own work. Critics, intellectuals, historians, journalists and politicians formed...

Over the past two centuries, artists have regularly engaged in war and struggle, both in support ...

Monday 26 November, 13:00 - 16:15 U

Anthropology of Religion, Ethics and Commodification

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Abstract                    ...

Monday 26 November, 13:00 - 19:00 U

Sexual and Gendered Moralities

The international conference ‘Sexual and Gendered Moralities’ under the auspices of the International Association for the study of Religion and Gender (IARG) will take place in Ghent with keynotes of Vineeta Sinha and Peter Nynäs.  More details about the programme will soon follow....

The international conference ‘Sexual and Gendered Moralities’ under the auspices of the Inte...

ETRO. Ground-breaking electronics and IT.

The ETRO department recently celebrated its fortieth anniversary. Over time it has become thé reference in the field of electronics and IT, in terms of research and education. Companies, non-profit organisations and public institutions also collaborate with ETRO on various projects. Add the dedicated professors, assistants and researchers to this equation and the conclusion is obvious: if you want to be at the forefront in electronics and IT, this is the place to go.

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  • Acoustics & Vibration Research Group
  • Applied Physics
  • Architectural Engineering-Lab (ae-lab)
  • Brussels Photonics Team
  • Center for Advanced Surfaces and Interfaces Science & Engineering (VUB-ULB)
  • Digital Speech and Audio Processing
  • Fluid Mechanics & Thermodynamics Research Group
  • Physical Chemistry and Polymer Science (FYSC)
  • Multidimensional signal processing and communication
  • Micro-electronics
  • Mobility and Automotive Technology Research Group
  • Research group Industrial Engineering
  • Robotics & Multibody Mechanics Research Group
  • Electrochemical and Surface Engineering
  • Laboratory Digital Telecommunications / Parallel Systems


  • Architectural Engineering (ARCH)
  • Chemical Engineering and Industrial Chemistry (CHIS)
  • Electricity (ELEC)
  • Electric Engineering and Energy Technology (ETEC)
  • Electronics and Informatics (ETRO)
  • Hydrology and Hydraulic Engineering (HYDR)
  • Engineering Technology (INDI)
  • Materials and Chemistry (MACH)
  • Mechanical Engineering (MECH)
  • Mechanics of Materials and Constructions (MEMC)
  • Applied Physics and Photonics (TONA)
  • Mathematics (WISK)

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