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Hasselt University


Lifecycle:1 Oct 1973 →  Today
Organisation profile:

Hasselt University is an independent innovative university which is regionally anchored and has a pronounced international orientation. The university stands for excellence in education, top research in spearhead fields and active engagement in innovation and entrepreneurship. The overall objective is to combine academic excellence with economic and social relevance.

Keywords:Contract research, Education, Research
Disciplines:Algebra, Analysis, Applied mathematics in specific fields, History and foundations, Statistics and numerical methods, Artificial intelligence, Computer architecture and networks, Information sciences, Information systems, Scientific computing, Theoretical computer science, Visual computing, Condensed matter physics and nanophysics, Materials physics, Quantum physics, Analytical chemistry, Inorganic chemistry, Macromolecular and materials chemistry, Organic chemistry, Physical chemistry, Animal biology, Biochemistry and metabolism, Ecology, Evolutionary biology, Genetics, Microbiology, Molecular and cell biology, Plant biology, Aquatic sciences, challenges and pollution, Environmental science and management, Infrastructure, transport and mobility engineering, Structural engineering, Urban and regional design, development and planning, Sensors, biosensors and smart sensors, Energy generation, conversion and storage engineering, Materials science and engineering, Polymeric materials, Bioinformatics and computational biology, Gerontology and geriatrics, Neurosciences, Orthopaedics, Regenerative medicine, Cardiac and vascular medicine, Immunology, Public health care, Public health sciences, Public health services, Social medical sciences, Human movement and sports sciences, Rehabilitation sciences, Biophysics, Morphological sciences, Applied psychology, Applied economics, Business administration and accounting, Economic development, innovation, technological change and growth, Management, Marketing, Mathematical and quantitative methods, Microeconomics, Tourism, Education curriculum, Education systems, Instructional sciences, Law, Architecture, Interior architecture, Visual arts