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Plein gaz : enjeux et perspectives sur la valorisation du CO2. La plateforme FRITCO2T (Federation of Researchers in Innovative Technologies for CO2 Transformation) regoupe au sein de l' Université de Liège les experts de 4 laboratoires actifs dans les secteurs de la pharmacie, les matériaux de construction, les polymères et le génie chimique.


Twenty years after a previous edition in January 1999, the University of Liège is proud to invite again PhD students, researchers and industrial practitioners from across Europe to the CAPE Forum 2019! The main aim is to expose and debate over current cutting edge developments in the field of Computer-Aided Process Engineering.


The 5th European Conference on Sludge Management, ECSM’2019, organized by the University of Liège, and with the support of Phos4You Interreg project, will be held in Liège, Belgium, October 6-8, 2019.


The work done in the Research Unit of the Chemical Engineering Department is among the 10 topics mentioned in the article published in the newspaper "Le Soir" of May 4 and 5, 2019.


The latest equipment, a laboratory decanter/centrifuge, has just arrived, completing the panel of dehydration machines available in the platform.


Pour la première fois depuis plus de 25 ans, le Département de Chemical Engineering parraine le Docteur Honoris Causa de la Faculté des Sciences appliquées. A l’occasion de sa venue à Liège le 22 mars pour recevoir les insignes de DHC, le Professeur Uwe Hampel donnera une conférence intitulée : " Multiphase flow imaging and measurement techniques for process engineering applications"


Bilateral project on sludge drying and CT with China accepted.


For International Women's day (March 8), one of our researchers gives her view on the place of women in science.


Angel Merchan Arribas will defend his PhD thesis on Thursday 24 January at 10:00 am (A4, Galerie des Arts). The subject is "Environmental impact assessment of rail freight intermodality in Belgium using a Life Cycle Assessment approach".


Saïcha Gerbinet will defend her PhD thesis on Monday 17 December at 4.30 pm (B7b, room A3). The subject is "LCA of building materials that include a biobased binder : lessons and challenges".