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(there will still be some additions to the schedule)

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Quadri Building, Room Limburg 0.18
9 am-9.30 am: Welcome and introduction

9.30 am-10.30 am: Keynote speaker:  Paul Coomans, Director Network Management at Fluvius on ‘S Lim, Limburg as a smart region’

10.30 am-10.45 am: Coffee break

10.45 am-11.30 am: Presentation of the case study, setting up international teams

11.30 am-12.15 pm: Lunch

1.30 pm -2.30 pm: Steven Vandeput, Mayor City of Hasselt on ‘Hasselt, a Smart City’
Leen Scheelen, Advisor International Cooperation City of Hasselt on
‘Hasselt, a Smart City’

2.30 pm-2.45 pm: Coffee break

2.45 pm-3.45 pm: Tour of the campus

5 pm-7 pm: Getting to know each other (game) at Hostel H

7 pm-9 pm: Dinner for Lecturers, Restaurant Kookpunt, Hemelrijk 13, Hasselt

Quadri Building, Room Limburg 0.18

9.15 am-10.15 am: Start-up Project work

10.15 am-10.30 am: Break

10.30 am-12 pm Thomas Vanhove and Thomas Henderickx, lecturers and researchers of the Research Group Energy at UCLL  on ‘The cooperation of UCLL and the Pop Festival Pukkelpop’ (https://www.pukkelpop.be/en/best-of )

12 pm-1 pm: lunch

1 pm- 2 pm: Ilja Theuwissen, CEO at Mobiqam on ‘Safety Cameras in the city of Hasselt’

2pm-3pm: Bert Lambie, Programme Director Chemistry and lecturer at UCLL on ‘Green roofs’


3 pm-4pm: Mumin Enis Leblebici, Professor at KU Leuven on ‘Upscaling flowchemistry’  applications towards sustainability’

7-8 pm: surprise activity

Meeting Room Technology Centre

9.30 am-10.30 am: Ilse Vermeulen, lecturer and researcher at UCLL on ‘Real-time air quality monitoring using drones’

10.30 am-11.30 am:  Peter Joosten, Biohacker and DIY futurist  on’ ‘Artificial Intelligence’

11.30 pm-1.15 pm: Lunch and free time

Room S 312

1.15 pm-2.15 pm: Emanuel Mareel, Business Development and City Account Manager at Siemens Belgium on ‘Siemens’ answers to the global challenges’

2.15 pm-2.30 pm: coffee break

2.30 pm-3.30 pm: Jesse Van Dooren, Growth Hacker on ‘Why do people want a smart-city?

What makes a city smart? How smart are cities right now? ROI of smart solutions

3.30 pm-4.15 pm:  Marc Pecqueur, lecturer at Thomas More on ‘Autonomous Driving’

T2 Campus Genk Room 2.33

9 am- 9.30 am: Project work


9.30 am-11 am: Prof. Isidro Calvo, lecturer at University College Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain on ‘The application of Internet of Things,  Smart Grids’

11pm – 12 pm: Tour of Energyville

12 pm-1 pm: Lunch

2 pm – 3 pm: Project work

3 pm-4 pm: Stijn De Rammelaere, Professor Mechatronics at University of Antwerp on ‘Self-Driving cars and their impact on how we live’

4 pm-5 pm: Project work, case study, rehearsal presentations

Room S 313

8.30 am-11.30 am: Student presentations

11.30 am-12.30 pm: Award ceremony and reception