WEL-T 2022

Results of the 1st WEL-T call



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Following the first WEL-T call launched last December, 14 research programmes in the fields of engineering sciences, chemistry and physics have been selected.  

The aim of these programmes is to generate breakthrough discoveries that will lead to applications promoting sustainable transition, a strategic sector for the Walloon Region, in areas such as renewable energy, new materials, recyclable materials and agile and safe production methods.

The selected researchers, who will join the WEL-T department of the WEL Research Institute on October 1st, 2023, receive substantial support to enable the development of ambitious programmes tackling major societal challenges for our present and future society.

Find out more about the new Investigators at the WEL Research Institute here .

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