Go to Top

Home

ICI Belgium

The ICI’s primary aim is to enhance CBRNE risk mitigation at regional, national and international levels, in particular through its two Knowledge Centres (CBRN & E).
The ICI engages in a wide range of CBRNE-related activities including developing and supporting academic and policy-related research, organising conferences, seminars and workshops, as well as professional development programmes for responders by means of courses and master classes.


Knowledge centres

The ICI unique Knowledge Centres address topics from crisis/consequence management to scientific issues, emergency planning, or technological challenges and development.

High-level professionals

KC members are very high-level professionals from all backgrounds (international organizations, armed forces, first responder community, scientists, equipment providers, etc.) ready to assist, inform and advise on best practices about CBRNE matters.

At the forefront

The ICI collaborates with other partners such as institutional, academic and corporate bodies and aims to be at the forefront of CBRNE-related activities, from policy to practical application


Join Now!

Latest news

15th International symposium on Mine Action, EKC contributions

Members of European FP7-TIRAMISU/ICI-EKC still active in Humanitarian Demining.

Professor Motoyuki SATO (Tohoku University, Japan) has presented his new ALIS MD-GPR detector of Explosive devices during the 15th International Symposium on Mine actions in Slano (Dubrovnik, Croatia)

The NATO study on detection of explosives with honeybees entered in his first milestone, getting CTRO (coordinator),

Read More

21st International meeting of National Mine Action

On February 13, representatives of ICI – EKC participated in the international conference on humanitarian demining in Geneva. The purpose of this participation was to promote both the Institute and the materials developed during the Tiramisu project. The presentation of Yvan Baudoin was entitled: “New JED Challenges Imply New Tools”

read more:

Read More

Current sponsors

Advertising Place