Discover the latest news about our Master of Science in Photonics Engineering!
Are you ready to discover Brussels, one of our two university cities? The Brussels Studies Institute (BSI) launches the first MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) entirely dedicated to this city-region under its multiple historical, geographical, sociological, political, administrative or urbanistic facets.
All students in the final year of the Master of Science in Photonics Engineering programme carry out a master thesis project during which they have the opportunity to perform new research on the topic of their choice. VUB master thesis student David De Vocht saw his work published in the renowned journal of Optics Letters.
Despite the fact that 2020 was full of difficulties to keep the spirit of the students, to organise events, and to promote the chapter’s vision, the members of the Student Chapter in Brussels pull together lots of new ideas and initiatives, making these challenging times brighter and opening new possibilities for its members. The Chapter takes a look back at 2020 and looks forward to its transition from SPIE Student Chapter to B-PHOT Student Chapter and the prospective plans for 2021!
Last summer, Tanvi Pradhan did an internship at CEA-LETI in Grenoble. She worked in the THz imaging group in the Optics and Photonics Division of the microelectronics and nanotechnology giant in France.
Choosing where and what to study is one of the most important decisions you will make in your life. Many things will influence your final choice: the quality of education, future career prospects, living cost, student life. Before you make your final decision you should answer 2 questions.
Two weeks ago, we virtually closed an unusual academic year. After a semester dominated by the Coronavirus and the measures that followed, our second-year master students celebrated the end of the academic year with a Summer Symposium.
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