News

  • December 16, 2020
Winnaars

Team RMA wins the NATO Innovation Challenge

A multi-disciplinary and multi-departmental team of RMA researchers and the Belgian Navy has won the NATO Innovation Challenge. The team consists of Daniela Doroftei (MECA), Frik Vanderstraeten (ex-SSOC), Michaël Dewyn (FILO), Salvatore Lo Bue (PSPS), Geert De Cubber (MECA) and Tom De Vleeschauwer (COMPOSNAV).
Can you solve it
  • November 26, 2020

RMA team reaches the finals of the NATO Innovation Challenge

A multi-disciplinary and multi-departmental team of RMA researchers has reached the finals of the NATO Innovation Challenge. The team consists of Daniela Doroftei (MECA), Frik Vanderstraeten (ex-SSOC), Michaël Dewyn (FILO), Salvatore Lo Bue (PSPS), Geert De Cubber (MECA) and Tom De Vleeschauwer (COMPOSNAV).
Microsoft HoloLens 2
  • April 27, 2020

Microsoft HoloLens 2 for our XR Lab

The XR Lab of the Royal Military Academy, Department of Mathematics, is proud to be among the first organizations in Belgium to receive the Microsoft HoloLens 2.
Mechanica
  • October 5, 2020

Start of the project “CBRN dispersion and response modeling in the cloud”

On 21 September, the Mechanics department welcomed Tristan Carion as a new team member. He will be working on the project “CBRN dispersion and response modeling in the cloud”.
Rekenen tegen Corona
  • March 23, 2020

New computing power against COVID-19

On Wednesday 11 March, just before the COVID-19 lockdown in Belgium, the nVidia DGX Station for the SSAVE project arrived at the Royal Military Academy. In the meantime, the COVID-19 crisis struck hard, and the Folding@Home project announced that it is launching computations in support of the search for drug binding sites on the new virus. We decided to immediately deploy the DGX station to donate spare computing cycles to this project.
Mechanica
  • October 5, 2020

New project: “Near-field pollutant dispersion due to explosions”

The Mechanics department is proud to announce that on 21 September Pierrette Atikpo joined our team. She will be working on the project “Near-field pollutant dispersion due to explosions”.
Onderzoeker
  • December 24, 2019

Michal Shimoni recently became Senior-Member IEEE

Michal Shimoni is a researcher and project officer since 1999 in the Hyperspectral Unit of the Department of Communications, Information, Systems, and Sensors (CISS). In the frame of the International Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), she obtained in December 2019 a ‘Senior Member’ Grade for her scientific achievements.