This gives you, graduate and undergraduate students, the opportunity to enroll in short-duration specializations in fluid dynamics, essential research’s field which contributes to the scientific development of your country in several domains as aerospace, turbomachinery, industrial processes, environment (including atmospheric flow, renewable energy and pollutions and explosions) and fluids engineering and measurement.
We will present the VKI Academic programmes
- 1. Research Master in Fluid Dynamics (Master-after-master level)for graduate students
- 2. Short Training Programmefrom two to six months for undergraduate students and for PhD
- 3. Doctoraland Post-doctoral opportunities
Alumni and a current student will share their experience with you.
To attend this info session, the interested persons can register by sending an email to the VKI secretariat (firstname.lastname@example.org, phone: +32 2 359 96 04), indicating their name, last name and university. The information to join the session will be sent after registration.
Note that VKI fellowships are also available and there is no tuition fee for students of the citizens of Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Luxembourg, Norway, Portugal, Romania, Turkey and the United States of America.
You will have access to a fleet of wind tunnels covering all regimes, from low subsonic to hypersonic flow and will have a free access to the internationally renowned VKI Lecture Series, a lifelong learning program. You will be part of a huge network of top-level scientists and top managers all over the world and in the research departments of industry and university (Airbus, Automotive, General Electric, Rolls-Royce, SNECMA, Siemens, Caltech, MIT, Safran, SINTEF, NTNU, IFE …), in government agencies and international research centers (ESA, DLR, NASA, ONERA, …), or pursue their education in a doctoral programme.
More information about the VKI Academic Programmes: www.vki.ac.be
We are looking to see you at this online info session.