The Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering Department at the University of Liege conducts research in the areas of Computational and Experimental Mechanics and more particularly in the fields of Solid Mechanics and Materials, Fluid Mechanics, Biomechanics, Energetics and Applied Thermodynamics.
The Department is composed of 23 Faculty members and more than 100 research engineers, doctoral and postdoctoral fellows. Its mission is threefold: Education, Research and Service.
The Department offers accredited undergraduate and graduate programs leading to Bachelor, Master and Ph.D. degrees in Aerospace, Mechanical, Electromechanical and Physics engineering.
Research activities encompass the broad areas of Aerospace, Aeronautics and Mechanics with close ties with industry and international research centers.
On the service side, the facilities include a large subsonic wind-tunnel, a machine shop for manufacturing in-house equipment and several state-of-the-art laboratories for advanced computation, combustion, fabrication, metrology of mechanical systems, vehicle dynamics, vibration testing, metallic and composite materials, packaging, thermodynamics and turbomachine.