Through numerous information stands and activities, pupils, students, parents, teachers and any interested visitor can discover the University’s course programmes, student life and student services.
- With a model of the Galileo antenna at hand, scientists will explain how the European GPS system Galileo functions.
- Two HoloLens – a virtual reality headset that already delighted visitors in 2017 - will be ready for testing with scientists.
- A particular chess game will explore artificial intelligence.
- The SciTeach Centre, which offers advice and material to secondary teachers for science classes, will present its assortment of resources.
- Visitors can witness the STARR tool, consisting of a camera with a motion detector and a screen, which is being developed to help improve physiotherapy for stroke patients.
Guided tours on the campus (in collaboration with Fonds Belval) and UNI-VAL University accommodation are planned.