The University of Liège, or ULiège, is a major public university of the French Community of Belgium based in Liège, Wallonia, Belgium. Its official language is French. As of 2020, ULiège is ranked in the 301–350 category worldwide according to Times Higher Education, 451st by QS World University Rankings, and between the 201th and 300th place by the Academic Ranking of World Universities. More than 2000 people, academics, scientists and technicians, are involved in research of a wide variety of subjects from basic research to applied research.
The University was founded in 1817 by William I of the Netherlands, then King of the United Kingdom of the Netherlands, and by his Minister of Education, Anton Reinhard Falck. The foundation of the university was the result of a long intellectual tradition which dates back to the origins of the Prince-Bishopric of Liège.
Bernard Tychon is Professor at the University of Liege. He’s the Head of the Water-Environment-Development Education and Research Lab, Department of Environmental Sciences and Management. Bernard holds a PhD in Environmental Science and has more than 25 years of relevant experience. Bernard has actively participated in numerous projects for agricultural water monitoring and management for more than 20 years. His research unit has a long experience in crop yield forecasting through numerous research projects combining remote sensing and agro-meteorological data for analyzing crop growth in different contexts and at different scales (field, regional and/or national level). Bernard has published 86 papers with an h-index of 17.
Prof. Bernard Tychon
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