Engineers talk about their job

In order to ensure close and meaningful contact between its students and the professional world, the School of Engineering of the University of Liège has for a long time been organising visits, internships and master's theses in companies. In the same spirit, the School of Engineering organises a series of conferences entitled 'Engineers talk about their job'.

Through the testimonies of engineers, the lectures paint a picture of the place of engineers in companies, the current diversity of engineers' career paths and the contributions of engineers to society.

Schedule 2023-2024

Wednesday 20 September

4PM - 6PM

Amphi A300 (B7a) - to be confirmed

Mr Luc WARICHET

Electromechanical engineer (aerospace)

RESA - deputy general manager

Wednesday 4 October

4PM - 6PM

Amphi A300 (B7a) - to be confirmed

To be determined

Wednesday 18 October

4PM - 6PM

Amphi A300 (B7a) - to be confirmed

Mr William CHEVREMONT

Chemical and material science engineer

ESRF - Grenoble

Wednesday 7 February

4PM - 6PM

Amphi A304 (B4) - to be confirmed

Mr Vincent KEUNEN

Electrical Engineer (computer science)

Andaman7 - Founder & CEO

Wednesday 21 February

4PM - 6PM

Amphi A304 (B4) - to be confirmed

Ms Valérie BOLETTE

Civil Engineer

AIDE - Head of department

Wednesday 28 February or Wednesday 6 March

4PM - 6PM

Amphi A304 (B4) - to be confirmed

To be determined

 

The lectures are held in the university lecture halls on the Sart Tilman campus.  They are open, free of charge and without prior registration, to all secondary school students (and their supervisors) who want to know more about engineering.

The conference to be held on February 28 or March 6, 2024 can be usefully combined with the "Open Classes ULiège" operation organized during the Carnival vacation.

Contact
Faculté des Sciences Appliquées

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