Programme

9 February 2023 | University of Namur, Belgium

 

 8:30

     Welcome and registration
       
 09:15    

Opening remarks

 09:30    

Keynote 1 - Peeping at the Universe through a keyhole | Prof. Stéphanie Roccia  - Université Grenoble Alpes, France

 10:15    

Talk 1 - Oil as an enabler for nanotomography analyses | Dr. Céline Noël - IMEC, Belgium

 10:35    

Flash talks | Early-stage researchers - 3 minutes per talk

       
 10:55       Coffee break
       
 11:25    

Talk 2 - Survival in extreme conditions | Prof. Alice Dennis - UNamur, Belgium

 11:45    

Talk 3 - Celestial mechanics and mathematical tools for space debris | Prof Anne Lemaître - UNamur, Belgium

 12:05    

Talk 4 - A serendipitous discovery – How some bacterial pathogens kill themselves, and why it matters | Dr. Katy Poncin - UNamur, Belgium

 12:25    

Flash talks | Early-stage researchers - 3 minutes per talk

       
      12:45      Lunch and Poster session
       
 14:30    

Keynote 2 - On relevance and responsibility - from piano to policy | Prof. Cynthia Liem  - TU Delft, The Netherlands

 15:15    

Talk 5 - Building machines that learn and use language in a similar way than we do | Prof. Katrien Beuls - UNamur, Belgium

 15:35    

Talk 6 - Atmospheric trends of halocarbons derived from 15 years of IASI space observations | Hélène De Longueville - ULB, Belgium

15:55       Coffee break
16:25    

Panel session about the place of women and girls in science and how to make scientific careers easier for women

17:15    

Closing remarks | Prof Carine Michiels - Vice-rector in charge of research, UNamur

       
      17:30       Drink, networking and poster session
       
       All the abstracts are available here...