Dries Vandamme becomes a member of the Young Academy
Prof. dr. Dr Dries Vandamme (imo-imomec) is a member of the Young Academy since 1 April. He researches how new biomaterials can be made from waste streams. Being a member of the Young Academy you gives you the opportunity to participate in and weigh in on the social debate. It is also a great opportunity to contribute to the public image of science.
BIOMED conducts multidisciplinary research in three main disease areas: immunology, neuroscience and cardiovascular disease and aims to translate scientific discoveries into applications that contribute to a healthy society in line with the civic ambition of Hasselt University.
CMK research addresses environmental challenges of high societal urgency that cut across the boundaries of specific disciplines, such as, for example, air and soil pollution and the associated health effects, biodiversity loss, and global climate change.
DSI unites data scientists from various disciplines to innovate concepts, methods and software tools for data contextualization, extraction, integration, analysis, modelling, interpretation and data sharing. DSI's methods and tools are applied to important societal challenges in full collaboration with partners in the life science, environmental, logistics, BI, .. sectors and with an open science mindset.
Imo-imomec brings together chemists, physicists and engineers to conduct multidisciplinary materials research. This with a focus on advanced material systems for a sustainable and healthy society. Our core domains: energy conversion, energy storage, sustainable materials, sensors & healthcare materials, and quantum technologies.
The research of the Expertise centre for Digital Media focuses on several core competences: Visual Computing, Networked & Secure Systems, Intelligible Interactive Systems, Computational Science, Computational Design & Fabrication and Data Intelligence & Computation. EDM is active in the full range of the research continuum: from fundamental to basic and applied research as well as contract R&D
The Limburg Clinical Research Centre (LCRC) is a unique collaboration between Hasselt University, Jessa Hospital and the Ziekenhuis Oost-Limburg (ZOL). We want to improve our healthcare, by combining both academic research and clinical practice. As an internationally oriented academic-medical knowledge center in Limburg, LCRC aims to form an important stimulus for top medical care, academic education and healthcare innovation in Limburg and Flanders.