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See detailLes arts du feu mérovingiens dans la vallée de la Meuse moyenne
Van Wersch, Line ULiege; Saussus, Lise; Vallée, Amélie

in Clotuche, Raphaël; Pagès, Gaspard (Eds.) Le rôle de l’artisanat dans la genèse et la structuration des agglomérations. Actes des trois tables rondes organisées à Nanterre (in press)

Après la chute de l’Empire romain d’Occident, les rares sources écrites donnent une vision assez léthargique des agglomérations, de la production et des échanges. Or, les vestiges archéologiques de plus ... [more ▼]

Après la chute de l’Empire romain d’Occident, les rares sources écrites donnent une vision assez léthargique des agglomérations, de la production et des échanges. Or, les vestiges archéologiques de plus en plus nombreux et les nouvelles méthodes d’investigation tendent à en donner une autre image. Pour aborder ce thème, le bassin de la Meuse moyenne constitue une zone de recherche privilégiée. Appelé à occuper le devant de la scène avec l’ascension des Pippinides, il a livré de nombreux sites alto-médiévaux fournissant un mobilier abondant. En croisant les données géographiques avec l’étude de la céramique, du verre et de la métallurgie, nous aborderons l’artisanat, le rôle de ses producteurs et consommateurs au travers des lieux d’implantations, des matériaux employés et de la diffusion des produits entre la fin du Ve et le VIIIe siècle. [less ▲]

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See detailUne statue à l’héroïque de militaire : l’Hadrien controversé de l’Odéon de Carthage
Baratte, François; Neri, Elisabetta ULiege; Béjaoui, Fathi

in Biard, Guillaume; Gaggadis Robin, Vassiliki; De Larquier, Nicolas (Eds.) Les multiples visages de l’honneur. Formes et fonctions de la statuaire honorifique à l’époque impériale, Actes des IIIes rencontres autour de la sculpture romaine (in press)

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See detailLe vocabulaire médical attesté dans les lettres grecques de l’Égypte byzantine
Ricciardetto, Antonio ULiege

in Médecine et christianisme : sources et pratiques. Actes du colloque international (in press)

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See detailA New Look at Turin Coptic Codex XVI (CLM 61)
Carlig, Nathan ULiege

in Capasso, Mario (Ed.) Proceedings of the 29th International Congress of Papyrology (Lecce, 28 July - 3 August 2019) (in press)

Revised version of the paper "Scoperte recenti nel codice copto XVI del Museo Egizio di Torino" presentend at the Congress.

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See detailRéflexivité et classes sémantiques dans le lexique verbal français
Mazziotta, Nicolas ULiege; Stein, Achim

in XXXIII. Tagung des Deutschen Romanistenverbands (DRV) (in press)

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See detailVécu de la maladie et expression des émotions d’après la correspondance privée de l’Égypte gréco-romaine et byzantine
Ricciardetto, Antonio ULiege

in Arnette, Marie-Lys; Merzeban, Rania (Eds.) Visualiser les émotions en Égypte ancienne (in press)

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See detailUn banquet d'esprit: gourmandises de la réception taoïste depuis '68
Thele, Andreas ULiege

in Servais, Paul (Ed.) Actes du Colloque internationale "Connaissons-nous la Chine?" (in press)

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See detailAccueillir la paix, souffrir la guerre, célébrer Rome. La réception des paix de Westphalie par les nonciatures apostoliques de Vienne, Paris, Madrid et Bruxelles (1647-1650)
Regibeau, Julien ULiege

in Jalabert, Laurent; Brian, Isabelle (Eds.) Actes du colloque Paix et Religion, du Moyen Âge à l’époque contemporaine: Université de Lorraine, Nancy, 11-12 octobre 2018 (titre provisoire) (in press)

The systematic protests of the nuncio Fabio Chigi against the peace treaties negotiated at the Congress of Wesphalia (1643-1649) have long been interpreted as a symptom of the papacy's diplomatic ... [more ▼]

The systematic protests of the nuncio Fabio Chigi against the peace treaties negotiated at the Congress of Wesphalia (1643-1649) have long been interpreted as a symptom of the papacy's diplomatic withdrawal in reaction to the development of the European system of states. This paper aims to move away from this univocal reading of the phenomenon. Through the study of the correspondence of the nuncios posted in Madrid, Paris, Brussels and Vienna, it analyses the reception of the Peace of Westphalia, which contrasts with the policy pursued by Chigi in Münster. The nunciatures developed multiple discourses on peace in fragmented contexts, where the German peace was only one part of a situation dominated by the continuation of conflicts. The main characteristic of these discourses is that they were subject to the localised action of each nuncio. This study offers a European and interconnected understanding of papal diplomacy at the time of the Congress of Westphalia. It aims to better understand how the apostolic nuncios contribute to the redefinition of the diplomatic identity of the Holy See through the various uses they make of the notion of peace. [less ▲]

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See detailProcess Oriented Characterisation of Copper Slag Processed by Flotation in View Metals Recovery
Aatach, Mohamed ULiege; Milen, Kadiyski; Stoilov, Viktor et al

in Proceedings of the 7th International Slag Valorisation Symposium: Shifting Gears to a Climate-neutral & Resource Efficient Society (in press)

Profound process oriented characterisation on samples collected during plant survey of the slag flotation plant belonging to Aurubis AD, Bulgaria has been realized in order to evaluate the form under ... [more ▼]

Profound process oriented characterisation on samples collected during plant survey of the slag flotation plant belonging to Aurubis AD, Bulgaria has been realized in order to evaluate the form under which Cu, Ni, Mo and Co bearing phases occurred and likewise their mineralogical composition. The slag subjected to flotation consisted in majority of fayalite, magnetite-iron oxides and a glass-resembling phase. Ni and Mo have been found to be closely associated to iron-bearing phases. The flotation tailings sample has been subjected to sulphation roasting followed by water leaching as a hydrometallurgical route to recover the remaining Cu, Mo, Ni and Co. Based on the various sulphation roasting process conditions (acid dosage, duration, temperature), copper, nickel and cobalt were brought in solution to a different extent. Sulphation roasting performed at 350 °C has secured the best extraction degree for Mo and Co, while maximum recovery of Ni and Cu has been documented when roasting was done at 150 °C and 450 °C respectively. EDS-SEM observations of various products do support the experimental findings. [less ▲]

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See detailMarcantonio e il ritratto inciso di ‘Pietro Aretino poeta famosissimo
Geremicca, Antonio ULiege

in Cerboni Baiardi, Anna; Faietti, Marzia (Eds.) Marcantonio Raimondi, il primo incisore di Raffaello (in press)

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See detailLa mobilité des sociétés en droit belge : une libéralisation à contretemps
Aydogdu, Roman ULiege

in La réforme du droit belge des sociétés : un exemple à suivre pour le Luxembourg ? (in press)

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See detailLa Mosella di Ausonio: reminiscenze classiche e motivi testuali rilevati con il Deep Learning
Longrée, Dominique ULiege; Vandersmissen, Marc ULiege

in Poesia tardoantica e medievale. Atti del VIII Convegno internazionale di studi, Campobasso, 19-21 novembre 2019 (in press)

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See detailQue nous disent les discours de l’Académie française (sur la langue) ? Analyse textométrique
Longrée, Dominique ULiege; Dister, Anne

in Piron (Ed.) Actes du Colloque Les discours de référence sur la langue française Université du Québec à Montréal (Québec) 23-24 janvier 2020 (in press)

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See detailAu service de Louise de Savoie et de son fils, François
Fagnart, Laure ULiege

in Carrangeot, Delphine (Ed.) Artistes et collections royales et princières. France. XVIe-XVIIIe siècles (in press)

Si les contours de la collection de livres de Louise de Savoie sont désormais connus, il reste encore beaucoup à découvrir en ce qui concerne sa collection particulière d’objets et d’œuvres d’art, comme ... [more ▼]

Si les contours de la collection de livres de Louise de Savoie sont désormais connus, il reste encore beaucoup à découvrir en ce qui concerne sa collection particulière d’objets et d’œuvres d’art, comme ses rapports avec l’architecture et, plus largement, le rôle qu’elle a joué dans la politique culturelle et artistique de son fils, François Ier. Les personnalités attachées à sa maison demeurent aussi à distinguer. Les « rôles des officiers » et les comptes fournissent quelques noms, comme Robinet Testart, Bartolomeo Ghetti ou Matteo del Nassaro. D’autres sources nous permettent d’associer encore Antoine Juste, Léonard de Vinci, Andrea del Sarto, Girolamo della Robbia, Pierre Paule ou Pierre Mangot à la mère de François Ier. Au-delà de l’évocation des productions réalisées à l’attention de la comtesse puis duchesse d’Angoulême, nous tentons de définir la position que ces artistes occupèrent auprès de la princesse. Nous insistons aussi sur le fait que mère et fils emploient les mêmes personnalités : Madame recommanderait-elle les artistes à engager, participant de ce fait à la construction des collections royales sous François Ier ? [less ▲]

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See detailPersonnalisation de l'expérience de visite en sites historiques avec les technologies mobiles
Allani, Raihana ULiege; Belkaid, Alia; Kharrat, Fakher et al

in Patrimoine et développement local, enjeux et défis (Rencontre El Jem 2019) (in press)

Avec l’avènement des nouvelles technologies, de nombreux guides numériques ont été développés pour offrir une expérience personnalisée aux visiteurs des sites culturels et historiques. Parallèlement, la ... [more ▼]

Avec l’avènement des nouvelles technologies, de nombreux guides numériques ont été développés pour offrir une expérience personnalisée aux visiteurs des sites culturels et historiques. Parallèlement, la démocratisation de ces technologies a transformé l’expérience spatiale des piétons urbains qui s’appuient désormais sur ces systèmes de guidage pour se déplacer. L’objectif de cet article est d’explorer l’implication de ces technologies mobiles dans l’expérience de visite des sites historiques. Notre but est de repenser l’interaction entre le visiteur et son environnement en lui offrant une visite personnalisée. Cet article décrit notre approche méthodologique pour analyser l’expérience des visiteurs dans la médina Tunis. Caractérisé par un tissu organique, le centre historique de Tunis recèle plusieurs monuments en dehors de ses parcours touristiques qui présentent une valeur architecturale et historique importante mais qui restent méconnus et peu visités jusqu’ici. Nous discutons l’apport de la méthode du space syntax dans l’analyse de la configuration spatiale de ses parcours et son influence sur l’expérience du visiteur. Nous procédons par la suite à une première expérience par la technologie mobile P@trimonia afin de visualiser le comportement des visiteurs, mieux identifier leurs attentes et la possibilité de les impliquer dans l’identification et la mise en valeur de ce patrimoine délaissé. [less ▲]

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See detailUnicode Control Characters for Ancient Egyptian
Nederhof, Mark-Jan; Polis, Stéphane ULiege; Rosmorduc, Serge

in el-Aguizi, Ola; Kasparian, Burt (Eds.) Proceedings of the International Congress of Egyptologists XII (in press)

This paper discussed the digital encoding of ancient Egyptian texts and focuses on the so-called 'control characters' in Unicode, which allow positioning signs next to one another, above one another, or ... [more ▼]

This paper discussed the digital encoding of ancient Egyptian texts and focuses on the so-called 'control characters' in Unicode, which allow positioning signs next to one another, above one another, or in other spatial arrangements. To critically assess the coverage of the nine control characters currently available in Unicode, monumental inscriptions from the Old Kingdom, the New Kingdom, and the Ptolemaic era are investigated [less ▲]

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See detailLa critique génétique dans la collection "Poétique". Une théorisation en acte.
Lorent, Fanny ULiege

in Tononi, Daniela; Pellegrini, Florence (Eds.) Critique génétique. Histoire, méthode, corpus (in press)

La critique génétique est, comme le dit bien Jean-Louis Jeannelle, une « théorie en quête d’elle-même » , tiraillée entre la tradition philologique et les avancées structuralistes. Elle doit sans cesse, à ... [more ▼]

La critique génétique est, comme le dit bien Jean-Louis Jeannelle, une « théorie en quête d’elle-même » , tiraillée entre la tradition philologique et les avancées structuralistes. Elle doit sans cesse, à la fois, se défaire des suspicions positivistes qui pèsent sur elle et justifier son appartenance possible à la (une ?) poétique . <br />Nous voudrions étudier, dans cette communication, les mécanismes de légitimation de cette discipline aux contours épistémologiques complexes au sein même de la collection « Poétique », qui accueillit, en 1998, Les brouillons de soi de Philippe Lejeune et, en 2011, Logiques du brouillon de Daniel Ferrer. Comment les auteurs vont-ils, dans leur ouvrage, justifier leur parution au sein d’une collection dont les présupposés théoriques semblent, a priori, contraires à ceux présidant à leur travail ? Quelles en sont alors les implications méthodologiques, pour chacune des deux disciplines ? [less ▲]

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See detailLes papyrus d’Achmîm : une mise au point
Carlig, Nathan ULiege

in Boud'hors, Anne; Garel, Esther; Louis, Catherine (Eds.) et al Études coptes XVII. Dix-neuvième journée d’étude (Ottawa, 19-22 juin 2019) (in press)

Version remaniée et amplifiée de la communication présentée à Ottawa, en juin 2019. On propose un état des lieux de la recherche sur le lot des "Papyrus d'Achmîm", avec une attention particulière aux ... [more ▼]

Version remaniée et amplifiée de la communication présentée à Ottawa, en juin 2019. On propose un état des lieux de la recherche sur le lot des "Papyrus d'Achmîm", avec une attention particulière aux questions liées à la provenance géographique et au contexte de production et d'utilisation de ces papyrus. [less ▲]

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See detailSignes, symboles et ornementation de l’Hadrianus de Montserrat (P.Monts.Roca III, inv.162 → - 165 ↓)
Berg, Tatiana ULiege

in Carlig, Nathan; Motte, Aurore; Sojic, Nathalie (Eds.) et al Signes dans les textes. Continuités et ruptures des pratiques scribales en Égypte pharaonique, gréco-romaine et byzantine (in press)

Texte latin profane, l’Hadrianus appartient au célèbre codex miscellaneus en papyrus de Montserrat, dont il représente la sixième partie, la dernière à avoir fait l’objet d’une édition. Daté ... [more ▼]

Texte latin profane, l’Hadrianus appartient au célèbre codex miscellaneus en papyrus de Montserrat, dont il représente la sixième partie, la dernière à avoir fait l’objet d’une édition. Daté paléographiquement de la seconde moitié du IVe siècle, ce dernier présente la particularité de contenir des textes à la fois grecs et latins, profanes et chrétiens, tous écrits par la même main. Après avoir décrit et analysé les signes, symboles et ornementation attestés dans l’Hadrianus, on les comparera avec ceux que l’on trouve dans le reste du codex de Montserrat, ainsi que dans d’autres papyrus datés de la même époque. [less ▲]

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See detailThe Messy Scribe from Deir el-Medina. A Paleographical Journey through the Texts of a Draughtsman and Scribe from the 19th Dynasty: Pay (i)
Polis, Stéphane ULiege

in Gülden, Svenja; Verhoeven, Ursula (Eds.) Ägyptologische ‚Binsen‘-Weisheiten IV. Akten der internationalen und interdisziplinären Tagung in der Akademie der Wissenschaften und der Literatur | Mainz im December 2019 (in press)

This paper gathers a number of texts that it argues were written by a single scribe from Deir el-Medina who lived during the first half of the 19th Dynasty and who was active mostly during the reign of ... [more ▼]

This paper gathers a number of texts that it argues were written by a single scribe from Deir el-Medina who lived during the first half of the 19th Dynasty and who was active mostly during the reign of Ramesses II. The identification of these texts takes as its point of departure the archeological context of ‘Maison G/J’, situated north of the Ptolemaic temple and to the east of the Grand Puits. Based on paleographic, orthographic, and thematic evidence, the paper shows that this scribe wrote a series of hymns to Amun that are expressive of a vivid personal piety. By correlating certain features of this scribe’s handwriting, it further argues that the same scribe was also responsible for hymns addressed to the deities Mut, Taweret, and Iaret, as well as for a hymn to Thebes. Outside of the literary realm, the same hand is attested in administrative documents, including letters that allow us to situate the scribe in question within a family of draughtsmen. The paper identifies this polygraph as Pay (i) – the first of this line of draughtsmen from Deir el-Medina – to whom dozens of hieratic texts can be attributed. [less ▲]

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See detailPortraits figurés et imaginés de Louise de Savoie
Fagnart, Laure ULiege

in Chennetier, Charlotte; Verdier, Thierry (Eds.) 9e rencontres de Bournazel. Portraits de femmes à la Renaissance (in press)

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See detailAuro tecta. Thésaurisation et dévotion dans le décor pariétal des églises (IV-VIe s.)
Neri, Elisabetta ULiege

in Salamito, JM (Ed.) Actes du Colloque « L’argent des dieux » (in press)

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See detailLe site des Etablissements Soufflet-Leblond (Antoing) : témoignage remarquable du patrimoine industriel en Pays Blanc
Peters, Arnaud ULiege; Louis, Xavier ULiege

in Actes du Xe Congrès de l'Association des Cercles francophones d'histoire et d'archéologie et 57e Congrès de la fédération des cercles d’archéologie et d’histoire de Belgique. Congrès d’Arlon. (in press)

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See detailTHE INTANGIBLE HERITAGE OF OLYMPIC STADIUMS
Kiuri, Miranda ULiege

in WMF (Ed.) Significance of SVP Stadium, Ahmedabad, India (in press)

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See detailLe projet EpistolART à la lumière de lettres évoquant Léonard de Vinci
Fagnart, Laure ULiege

in Girotto, Carlo Alberto; Lucas-Fiorato, Corinne (Eds.) L'écriture épistolaire entre Renaissance et Âge baroque. Pratiques, enjeux, pistes de recherche (in press)

Le projet EpistolART explore le matériau épistolaire dans le but de mieux préciser le statut socio-professionnel des artistes de la Renaissance italienne. Dans ce cadre, le "Carteggio inedito d’artisti ... [more ▼]

Le projet EpistolART explore le matériau épistolaire dans le but de mieux préciser le statut socio-professionnel des artistes de la Renaissance italienne. Dans ce cadre, le "Carteggio inedito d’artisti dei secoli XIV, XV, XVI" de Johann Wilhelm Gaye (1839-1840) constitue l’un de nos corpus privilégiés. Méritoire le travail de Gaye n’en demeure pas moins dépassé : les transcriptions, souvent partielles et contestables, requièrent une actualisation, suivant les critères de la philologie, de la codicologie et de la paléographie moderne. Cette contribution s'organise autour de trois lettres évoquant Léonard de Vinci, lettres publiées dans les volumes de Gaye et dont les membres du projet EpistolART proposent une nouvelle édition. Elles constituent des documents extrêmement précieux pour écrire l’histoire des relations entre le maître florentin et la France. Si les historiens qui se sont penchés sur la vie et l’œuvre de Léonard de Vinci connaissent ces correspondances, rares sont ceux qui ont recouru aux documents épistolaires originaux. Or, ce n’est qu’au départ d’un texte sûr, appréhendé tant dans sa matérialité que dans ses contenus, que peuvent se déployer des analyses scientifiquement fondées. [less ▲]

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See detailLa guerra nell’Inamoramento de Orlando. Spazio tempo immagine
Morato, Nicola ULiege

in Barbieri, Alvaro (Ed.) Il discorso occidentale sulla guerra tra storia e letteratura (XLVII Convegno Interuniversitario di Bressanone (in press)

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See detailFigures de mécènes à Liège, autour d’Érard de la Marck
Marchandisse, Alain ULiege

in Allart, Dominique (Ed.) L'art à Liège au XVIe siècle (in press)

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See detailLa réception de l’Abrégé d'art militaire de Végèce en France au XVIIIe siècle
Famerie, Etienne ULiege

in Cavalieri, Marco (Ed.) Étude et réception de l’Antiquité romaine au siècle des Lumières : perspectives croisées (in press)

Etude de la réception en France de l'Abrégé d'art militaire de Végèce fondée sur l'analyse des traductions françaises de l'oeuvre au XVIIIe siècle

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See detailEt ainsi furent les colliers baillez. Le voyage de Toison d'or en 1461
Marchandisse, Alain ULiege; Schnerb, Bertrand

in Devaux, Jean; Marchal, Matthieu; Velissariou, Alexandra (Eds.) Écrire le voyage au temps des ducs de Bourgogne (in press)

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See detailPat Buchanan, Ethnic loyalty and Democracy
Jamin, Jérôme ULiege

in McAdams, James; Castrillon, Alejandro (Eds.) Far Right Thinkers and the Future of Liberal Democracy (in press)

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See detailInstinkt oder Entschluss? Anfang des Philosophierens bei Kant, Descartes und Bradley
Lejeune, Guillaume ULiege

in Asmuth, Christoph; Rasmussen, Jespers (Eds.) Anfang der Philosophie (in press)

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See detailCreuser l’écart. Des usages de sources renouvelés pour des histoires à réécrire
Goderniaux, Alexandre ULiege; Regibeau, Julien ULiege

in Actes du colloque Formuler l’hypothèse, établir la preuve : du travail sur les sources à l’écriture de l’histoire, Paris, 28-29 octobre 2020 (titre provisoire) (in press)

Cette proposition de communication à quatre mains part du refus conjoint d’envisager les sources qui composent nos corpus comme autant d’exemples de processus historiques qui les débordent et de notre ... [more ▼]

Cette proposition de communication à quatre mains part du refus conjoint d’envisager les sources qui composent nos corpus comme autant d’exemples de processus historiques qui les débordent et de notre souhait de les considérer plutôt comme les productrices des normes et des écarts qu’elles mettent en texte. Nous souhaiterions revenir sur ce parti-pris méthodologique désormais largement partagé dans la recherche historique afin de montrer, à travers nos deux recherches doctorales, qu’il suppose de chaque chercheur une réflexion personnalisée sur l’usage de la source comme preuve de ses hypothèses. Dans le sillage des travaux de C. Ginzburg, J. Revel ou encore B. Lepetit, nous voudrions mettre en évidence que chaque construction de la preuve découle d’un dialogue mené entre l’objet étudié, les hypothèses posées et les corpus rassemblés. De cet exercice pragmatique naissent alors deux méthodologies distinctes et ancrées qui sont le fruit du même type de postulats. En présentant nos recherches de manière combinée, nous aimerions précisément faire émerger à la fois une communauté d’approche épistémologique et les variétés de méthodologie, de sources et de résultat que celle-ci autorise. Julien Régibeau aimerait insister sur le rôle charnière joué par ses hypothèses et l’historiographie dans la construction d’une approche spécifique des sources et de leur usage. Dans sa thèse, il a étudié la reconfiguration du rôle politico-diplomatique de la papauté face à l’épreuve du congrès de paix de Westphalie (1639-1651). Son questionnement s’est construit contre, tout contre, une historiographie massive qui tendait, de manière répétée, à considérer la papauté comme la perdante de l’Europe nouvelle qui émergerait des traités signés en 1648. Émettant l’hypothèse que cette interprétation sans aspérité mériterait d’être complexifiée, il fonde sa méthodologie sur le dialogue avec les historiens qui l’ont précédé et sur la nécessité de sans cesse faire un pas de côté par rapport aux analyses existantes. Appliquant cette approche de l’écart à l’administration de la preuve, il a choisi de reprendre les corpus de ses devanciers – de la correspondance diplomatique – tout en donnant un nouveau statut à la source. Utilisant le moins possible l’exemplification, il exploite les documents sous la forme du cas ; que celui-ci soit paradigmatique ou limite dépend alors de son contenu propre et de l’écart qu’il s’agit de créer. Alexandre Goderniaux souhaiterait quant à lui évoquer la manière dont une lecture indiciaire de la polémique produite durant les guerres de Religion permet d’émettre des hypothèses inédites à partir de ces textes et de résoudre des problèmes que les différentes approches historiographiques (propagande, opinion publique, lecture anthropologique) par le prisme desquelles ces sources ont été étudiées au XXe siècle n’ont pu élucider. Une série d’études de cas identifiera les résultats d’une analyse fondée sur l’interprétation, au sein de micro-corpus cohérents, d’éléments précis d’argumentation ou de constructions discursives : pour le chercheur, leur répétition constitue l’indice du besoin de défense de l’assertion ainsi justifiée, et leur apparition ou leur disparition soudaines en fonction d’éléments contextuels ou des positions politiques défendues permet de déterminer les objectifs de la production des textes étudiés. Ainsi, cette lecture indiciaire, puisant ses outils tant dans l’histoire culturelle que dans la rhétorique ou l’analyse du discours, exploite des traces qui enrichissent notre connaissance du passé de manière indirecte : elle permet tout à la fois, par la déduction, de combler les lacunes (anonymat, nature implicite des intentions de publication) propres à la polémique produite durant les guerres de Religion et, par l’inscription de ces éléments inédits dans leur contexte, de proposer une relecture des enjeux et du déroulement précis des conflits qu’ils mettent en texte. [less ▲]

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See detailEarly Ptolemaic Halikarnassos (ca. 280-260 BC) and its Network of Interactions
Carbon, Jan-Mathieu ULiege; Isager, Signe

in Pedersen, Poul; Lund, John; Poulsen, Birte (Eds.) Karia and the Dodekanese, Cultural interrelations in the south-eastern Aegean c. 500 BC – AD 500 (in press)

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See detailThe hymn to Ptah as a demiurgic and fertility god on O. Turin CG 57002. Contextualising an autograph by Amennakhte son of Ipuy
Dorn, Andreas; Polis, Stéphane ULiege

in Poole, Federico; Töpfer, Susanne; del Vesco, Paolo (Eds.) et al Proceedings of the Conference ‘Deir el-Medina Through the Kaleidoscope’ (in press)

In this paper, we provide a revised hieroglyphic transcription, an annotated translation and comments on the content and motivations for composing this hymn to Ptah. In a second step, we situate the text ... [more ▼]

In this paper, we provide a revised hieroglyphic transcription, an annotated translation and comments on the content and motivations for composing this hymn to Ptah. In a second step, we situate the text within the growing corpus of Amennakhte’s literary compositions. We then contextualize the hymn among the scribe’s expressions of religious piety and discuss the Sitz im Leben of this particular hymn. Finally, we argue that this text is likely to be an autograph. As such, the date of copy can be used as a chronologically fixed point for the analysis of Amennakhte’s handwriting. [less ▲]

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See detailÉloge des heures oisives: Montaigne et la pensée japonaise
Thele, Andreas ULiege

in Bonneels, Pierre (Ed.) Philosophie de la religion et spiritualité japonaise (in press)

À première vue, Montaigne ne semble pas avoir de point commun avec la pensée japonaise. Or, en y regardant de plus près, plusieurs similarités et affinités deviennent perceptibles. Ainsi, certains thèmes ... [more ▼]

À première vue, Montaigne ne semble pas avoir de point commun avec la pensée japonaise. Or, en y regardant de plus près, plusieurs similarités et affinités deviennent perceptibles. Ainsi, certains thèmes chers à Montaigne peuvent être comparés aux notions récurrentes des penseurs et écrivains japonais, qu’il s’agisse de leur rapport avec la nature, des relations entre individu et communauté ou du rôle des traditions et croyances dans la société. L’exposé rapprochera certaines facettes des « Essais » de Montaigne à la pensée japonaise. L’analyse de notions comme souplesse, mouvement, modération ou oisiveté, permettra de découvrir dans la sagesse de Montaigne une contribution originale et trans-culturelle. Dans ce contexte comparatif, une attention particulière sera accordée aux écrits du moine Kenkō et aux notions du bouddhisme-zen. En comparant certaines conceptions des « Essais » avec la pensée de Kenkō, comme la spontanéité, l’ignorance, l’inconstance ou le changement, l’exposé permettra de considérer Montaigne comme un précurseur de la pensée comparée. [less ▲]

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See detailLes types de supports pour l’étude des sciences influencent-ils l’apprentissage des élèves ?
Hindryckx, Marie-Noëlle ULiege; Poffé, Corentin ULiege

in Simons, Germain; Detroz, Pascal; Henry, Valérie (Eds.) Actes du deuxième colloque du Didactifen (in press)

Lors d’une recherche sur la construction de supports pour l’étude des élèves (de 15 à 18 ans) par des futurs enseignants de sciences en formation initiale (Poffé, Laschet & Hindryckx, 2015a et c) les ... [more ▼]

Lors d’une recherche sur la construction de supports pour l’étude des élèves (de 15 à 18 ans) par des futurs enseignants de sciences en formation initiale (Poffé, Laschet & Hindryckx, 2015a et c) les chercheurs formateurs ont remarqué que ces derniers illustraient les notions enseignées par de nombreuses représentations graphiques. Au travers de l’analyse de 215 périodes d’enseignement accompagnées de leurs supports pour l’étude, le but de la recherche était de mettre en évidence les difficultés et donc les inégalités d’apprentissage potentielles engendrées par ces supports et leur contenu qui doivent pourtant servir à l’apprentissage et à l’étude des élèves (Bautier & Rayou, 2009 ; Beckers, Crinon & Simons, 2012). À la suite de cette recherche, un module de formation dédié à la confection de supports efficaces pour l’apprentissage et l’étude a été mis en place dans le cadre de la formation initiale des futurs enseignants du secondaire supérieur en sciences biologiques en fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles (Belgique) (Poffé, Laschet & Hindryckx, 2015b). Ce module consiste en une analyse d’extraits choisis de supports pour l’étude conçus par les futurs enseignants qui avaient fait l’objet de la recherche, pour en identifier les points forts et les points faibles pouvant mener à des inégalités d’apprentissage. Ensuite, une liste des points d’attention pour réaliser des supports pour l’étude est dressée avec les futurs enseignants. Cette recherche n’avait pas mené d’investigations du côté des élèves, de leurs difficultés réelles et de l’effet de ces supports sur leurs apprentissages. Les chercheurs formateurs ont voulu alors aller plus loin et tester l’influence du type de supports proposés à des élèves à propos d’un sujet scientifique déterminé, sur le choix du type de support, mais également sur leurs apprentissages (Lebrun, Lacelle & Boutin, 2012). À cette fin, 116 élèves de cinq classes de cinquième et de sixième secondaire (16-17 et 17-18 ans), avec trois ou six périodes de sciences par semaine, ont été soumis à une séquence didactique particulière décrite ci-dessous (Slomian, 2019). Le thème choisi pour la séquence fait partie des apprentissages à mettre en œuvre au cycle supérieur (15 à 18 ans) dans le domaine de l’environnement : l’impact de l’homme sur les écosystèmes (Ministère FWB, 2014, p. 34). L’intention des chercheurs, en plus de tester l’efficacité d’un type de support, était dans le même temps d’établir un premier contact pour des jeunes de cet âge avec la recherche en sciences ainsi que le monde des chercheurs, suscitant éventuellement des orientations de ces élèves vers des études supérieures dans le domaine scientifique. En effet, Legendre (2012) et Pronovost, Cormier, Potvin & Riopel (2017) ont constatés que de moins en moins de jeunes se dirigent vers des métiers et donc des études à tendance scientifique. Les chercheurs ont donc choisi de travailler des concepts relevant de l’impact de l’homme sur les écosystèmes et de sensibiliser les élèves au métier de chercheur en partant d’un véritable article de recherche récent (Collard et al., 2017) qui serait adapté sous différentes formes d’écrits et présenté aux élèves pour apprendre les notions abordées. Une spécialiste de la vulgarisation scientifique à partir d’articles de recherches réalisées à l’Université de Liège dans le domaine des sciences, a veillé à la transposition de l’article rédigé en anglais en trois formes accessibles à des élèves de cet âge (Davis & Russ, 2015 ; Verhaegen, 1990 ; Britton, Glynn, Meyer & Penland, 1982). Ainsi, ces derniers avaient le choix entre une présentation sous une forme évoquant une bande dessinée, une carte conceptuelle détaillant la problématique par mots clés et un texte continu illustré par des images représentatives des notions décrites. Ces documents seront présentés lors de l’intervention au colloque. La séquence prévue durait deux périodes de 50 minutes, groupées ou non. La première partie consistait en un pré-test ciblant les habitudes des élèves partenaires en termes de lecture ; leur profil d’apprentissage ; leurs goût envers les sciences, ainsi que leurs connaissances générales à propos de problèmes environnementaux (Lafontaine, Crépin, Quittre, 2017). Ensuite, les élèves ont pu faire connaissance, par l’intermédiaire d’une courte vidéo, avec la chercheuse titulaire de la recherche sur la présence de microplastiques dans le foie des anchois (Collard et al., 2017). La deuxième partie consistait à présenter brièvement aux élèves les trois types de supports puis de leur proposer d’en choisir un seul, en fonction de leurs goûts. Individuellement, ils devaient ensuite procéder à la lecture du document avec pour objectif d’essayer de comprendre et mémoriser ce dont il retournait dans le document en vue d’un post test de connaissance. Ce dernier clôturait cette seconde partie de la séquence. Après analyse des données des pré et post tests, les chercheurs ont pu mesurer quel mode de présentation des notions était le plus choisi et par quel type d’élèves, en fonction de leur profil. Ils ont pu montrer également l’influence de ce choix du support au niveau de l’apprentissage (Marin, Crinon, Legros & Avel, 2007). Ce sont ces résultats qui seront présentés de manière détaillée lors de l’intervention au colloque. Ajoutons que cette séquence issue de la recherche dont les résultats sont éclairants est dorénavant proposée, sous la forme d’un atelier à vivre, aux futurs enseignants en formation initiale. Ils sont soumis aux mêmes tests et procèdent aux mêmes choix que les élèves lors de la séquence d’enseignement. Les résultats de la recherche menée avec les élèves sont ensuite envisagés avec les futurs enseignants, afin qu’ils réalisent l’impact de la forme des supports pour l’étude sur l’apprentissage de leurs futurs élèves. En plus de cette sensibilisation, cet atelier permet également aux futurs enseignants de réaliser qu’il existe une recherche en didactique des sciences et que cette dernière peut influencer leurs modes d’enseigner pour favoriser l’apprentissage chez leurs élèves. [less ▲]

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See detailLe soi-disant senatus consultum 'Licinianum' (RDGE 13) : nouveau texte, nouveau contexte
Famerie, Etienne ULiege

in Lohsse, Sebastian (Ed.) Texte wiederherstellen, Kontexte rekonstruiren (in press)

Nouvelle édition du sénatusconsulte RDGE 13, impliquant de dissocier une fois pour toutes ce document du statut de la Phrygie après la mort d'Attale III

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See detailMonkeys and Chariots: observations on a “satirical” production from Deir el-Medina and elsewhere
Pietri, Renaud ULiege

in Poole, Federico; Töpfer, Susanne; del Vesco, Paolo (Eds.) Proceedings of the Conference ‘Deir el-Medina Through the Kaleidoscope’ (in press)

Beginning in the second half of the XVIIIth dynasty, a well-known corpus of small figurines are attested that depict monkeys imitating various human activities such as playing music, dancing or driving a ... [more ▼]

Beginning in the second half of the XVIIIth dynasty, a well-known corpus of small figurines are attested that depict monkeys imitating various human activities such as playing music, dancing or driving a chariot. Of these, a special subcorpus of figurines depicting monkeys driving chariots derives predominately from the village of Deir el-Medina. This subcorpus includes a total of 28 figurines, dating from the end of the XVIIIth Dynasty to the Ramesside period. The purpose of this paper is to present this subcorpus, which has been gathered as part of a doctoral thesis entitled “The Chariot in the Egyptian Mind”. Among the 30 collected figurines, variations are attested, from carefully worked and painted miniature sculptures to rough – and sometimes unfinished – two-faced bas-reliefs. Iconographic variants show one or several monkeys on the chariot, the vehicle itself being pulled by horses, lions or dogs. Those figurines can be compared with some figured satirical ostraca from Deir el-Medina and of course with the so-called “erotic” papyrus of Turin. These comparisons allow the “satirical” nature of the figurines to be discussed, as they are in many cases likely mocking the social elites of Egypt – and even in some cases Pharaoh himself – , but in other cases are clearly a kind of toy, given that they were designed to be equipped with small wheels and a pulling string. The paper concludes with reflections on what this production implies about the significance of the chariot in the Ramesside Egyptian mind. [less ▲]

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See detailPractising theory, theorising the practice: from C. Brandi to S.Munoz Vinas.
Verbeeck, Muriel ULiege

in Congreso Internacional de Teorías e Historia de la Conservación (in press)

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See detailIntégration de la dimension étymologique dans le modèle OntoLex-Lemon : le cas particulier de la lexicographie historique romane
Renders, Pascale ULiege

in Actes du XXIX Congrès international de linguistique et philologie romanes (Copenhague 2019) (in press)

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See detailLouise, François, Claude et les autres ... A propos de l'emblématique de Louise de Savoie
Fagnart, Laure ULiege; Girault, Pierre-Gilles

in Hablot, Laurent (Ed.) La devise. Un code emblématique européen (1350-1550) (in press)

Prolongeant les travaux d'Anne-Marie Lecoq (1987), cette étude est dédiée au discours héraldique de la comtesse et duchesse d'Angoulême, Louise de Savoie, l'influente mère de François Ier. Y sont ... [more ▼]

Prolongeant les travaux d'Anne-Marie Lecoq (1987), cette étude est dédiée au discours héraldique de la comtesse et duchesse d'Angoulême, Louise de Savoie, l'influente mère de François Ier. Y sont présentées et explicitées ses devises favorites, à savoir la cordelière, qui évoque autant le nœud de Savoie que la cordelière franciscaine, le vol, sans doute choisi puisque l’aile évoque le L de Louise par homophonie, le bouquet de lis ou le cygne « navré », mais aussi les écus et les monogrammes qui lui sont associés et qui ponctuent enluminures, tapisseries, bas-reliefs et éléments sculptés de l’architecture. Notre intention est de montrer d’une part comment Louise de Savoie manifeste, par l’intermédiaire de ces signes emblématiques, son identité et son pouvoir, d’autre part comment elle construit, par leur biais, un patrimoine, mental, susceptible de renforcer son clan et ses héritiers. [less ▲]

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See detailSur les traces des potiers mérovingiens. Analyses physico-chimiques de céramiques à décors identiques
Van Wersch, Line ULiege; Chene, Grégoire ULiege; Strivay, David ULiege et al

in Henningfeld, Yves; Peytremann, Edith (Eds.) Un monde en mouvement : la circulation des hommes, des biens et des idées à l’époque mérovingienne (Ve-VIIIe siècle) (in press)

Sur le territoire des Pays-Bas actuels, le même décor à la molette est présent sur des pots mis au jour dans les nécropoles de Sittard (tombe 86), d’Obbicht (tombe 43) et de Rhenen (tombe 159) ainsi que ... [more ▼]

Sur le territoire des Pays-Bas actuels, le même décor à la molette est présent sur des pots mis au jour dans les nécropoles de Sittard (tombe 86), d’Obbicht (tombe 43) et de Rhenen (tombe 159) ainsi que dans l’atelier de potiers de Maastricht-Wyck. Si Sittard et Obbicht ne sont qu’à une vingtaine de km de Maastricht, Rhenen est en revanche éloigné de plus de 100 km. Ces céramiques nous permettent donc d’envisager le déplacement des biens et des personnes. L’observation minutieuse des objets et l’analyses des matières utilisées pour leur fabrication nous a permis de déterminer que le vase de Rhenen avait été fabriqué en premier lieu et avec des argiles différentes de celles des pots limbourgeois. Dès lors, ce n’est plus la diffusion des vases qui est envisagée mais bien celle de l’outil utilisé pour leur décoration. Plusieurs scenarii pourraient expliquer le déplacement des artisans et l’échange de leurs outils. [less ▲]

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See detailIntroduction
Bert, Mathilde ULiege; Fagnart, Laure ULiege

in Bert, Mathilde; Dekoninck, Ralph; Fagnart, Laure (Eds.) Zeuxis redivivus. Art et émulation dans l'Europe du XIVe au XVIIe siècle (in press)

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See detailLéonard de Vinci dans les textes de théorie de l'art publiés en France au XVIIe siècle. Propos choisis
Fagnart, Laure ULiege

in Quagliano, Margherita; Sconza, Anna (Eds.) Léonard de Vinci et les mots de la peinture en Europe : sources et réception (in press)

L’étude de la réception des écrits de Léonard de Vinci peut trouver un utile contrepoint dans l’évocation de propos tenus sur l’artiste et sur son œuvre peint dans les textes de théorie de l’art publiés ... [more ▼]

L’étude de la réception des écrits de Léonard de Vinci peut trouver un utile contrepoint dans l’évocation de propos tenus sur l’artiste et sur son œuvre peint dans les textes de théorie de l’art publiés en France au XVIIe siècle. Pour décrire le physique et le caractère du maître, les Français abondent d’adjectifs convenus, la plupart inspirés de Giorgio Vasari. Ils insistent aussi sur sa « grande variété de connoissance », son ingéniosité et son inconstance. En outre, ils ne remettent jamais en question l’importance décisive de Léonard dans l’évolution de la peinture, telle que Vasari l’avait exaltée en plaçant le maître en tête des peintres modernes. Cette affirmation n’en demeure pas moins paradoxale : alors que nombre d’œuvres peintes de Léonard sont conservées sur le sol français depuis l’époque de François Ier, certains auteurs avouent méconnaître son art. De plus, ses inventions peintes ne sont pas regardées comme des modèles à étudier ou à copier tandis qu’aucune de ses peintures n’est présentée lors des premières conférences de l’Académie royale de peinture et de sculpture. Cet exposé – qui s’attardera sur les termes et les notions employés dans les textes publiés en France pour décrire Léonard et ses tableaux – contribuera à mieux définir la renommée du peintre en France à l’époque moderne. [less ▲]

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See detailOn the alleged involvement of Deir el-Medina crew in the making of elite tombs in the Theban Necropolis during the 18th dynasty. A reassessment
Laboury, Dimitri ULiege

in Bryan, Betsy M.; Dorman, Peter F. (Eds.) The Theban Workshop: Tomb Decoration (in press)

It has often been assumed that the artists and artisans responsible for the making of elite tombs in the Theban Necropolis during the New Kingdom were to be equated with the Deir el-Medina crew or, as ... [more ▼]

It has often been assumed that the artists and artisans responsible for the making of elite tombs in the Theban Necropolis during the New Kingdom were to be equated with the Deir el-Medina crew or, as John Romer aimed to demonstrate in an article published in 1994 (in Essays in Egyptology in honor of Hans Goedike), were part of the same administration and under the same authority. The paper will propose a reassessment of the evidence used to support such a hypothesis and, taking into account the achievements of the members of Deir el-Medina community of the 18th dynasty when they worked for themselves, it will suggest another model to answer the question raised by J. Romer: “Who made the private tombs of Thebes?” [less ▲]

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See detailCrossing Invisible Boundaries. An Erased Letter to the Chief of the Storehouse Ḥwy
Gabler, Kathrin; Hertel, Elena; Loprieno, Antonio et al

in el-Aguizi, Ola; Kasparian, Burt (Eds.) Proceedings of the International Congress of Egyptologists XII (in press)

In this paper, we briefly introduce the ‘Crossing Boundaries’ project and showcase some of its methods and goals based on a small sheet of erased papyrus that contains the beginning of a 19th Dynasty ... [more ▼]

In this paper, we briefly introduce the ‘Crossing Boundaries’ project and showcase some of its methods and goals based on a small sheet of erased papyrus that contains the beginning of a 19th Dynasty letter written by a lady to her son, the chief of magazine Ḥwy. [less ▲]

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See detailA Pair of Brothers in the Court of Antiochos I: A New Honorific Decree from Halikarnassos
Carbon, Jan-Mathieu ULiege

in Brun, Patrice; Capdetrey, Laurent; Fröhlich, Pierre (Eds.) L’Asie Mineure au IIIe siècle a.C. (in press)

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See detailLe portrait d'un musicien
Fagnart, Laure ULiege

in Brioist, Pascal; Fagnart, Laure (Eds.) Léonard de Vinci. Invention et innovation (in press)

Only one male portrait by Leonardo survives. Kept at the Pinacoteca Ambrosiana in Milan, it depicts a young man who, in one of his hands, holds a folded sheet on which one can make out letters and musical ... [more ▼]

Only one male portrait by Leonardo survives. Kept at the Pinacoteca Ambrosiana in Milan, it depicts a young man who, in one of his hands, holds a folded sheet on which one can make out letters and musical notes. Due to the poor conservation of this part of the picture, the music is now illegible, but it is definitely mensural notation and thus in all likelihood polyphonic music. During this intervention, I would like to return on the general attitude of the model, that of a young man captivated by the music he had just composed or sung. The next paradox will also be pointed: why face the sheet of music towards the outer portion of the tableau when the young man seems so focused on his internal thoughts? [less ▲]

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See detailLe mariage de Marguerite de Dampierre et d’Alexandre d’Écosse (1282). Les actes d’un épisode qui tourna court
Marchandisse, Alain ULiege; Wymmersch, Guillaume ULiege

in Nieus, Jean-François; Bodard, Dominique (Eds.) Le pouvoir princier en ses archives. Autour du chartrier médiéval des comtes de Namur (in press)

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See detailLe projet « Ovidian Textual Motifs » du LASLA : motifs textuels ovidiens et poésie latine tardo-antique
Vandersmissen, Marc ULiege; Longrée, Dominique ULiege

in Poesia tardoantica e medievale. Atti del VIII Convegno internazionale di studi, Campobasso, 19-21 novembre 2019 (in press)

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See detailFrançais langue du monde, langue de la francophonie
Defays, Jean-Marc ULiege

in Actes du 3e Congrès européen de la FIPF : « le français, une passion pour demain ! » (in press)

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See detailL’Economie solidaire - Rapport belge
Aydogdu, Roman ULiege

in La Solidarité (in press)

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See detailLes dynamiques de construction de problèmes publics dans le processus de transition démocratique tunisien. Cas d’étude : l’affaire du viol de Meriem Ben Mohamed
Luceno Moreno, Marta ULiege

in Klaus, Enrique (Ed.) Les médias dans la transition démocratique tunisienne (in press)

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See detailAblatif absolu, ordre des mots et figement lexical dans les Métamorphoses d’Apulée : une étude contrastive à la lumière d’Hyperbase Web Edition
Longrée, Dominique ULiege; Dalbera, Joseph

in Martin Rodriguez, Antonio (Ed.) Proccedings 20th International Colloquium on Latin Linguistics (ICLL 2019), Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, 17-21 Juin 2019 (in press)

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See detailL'Europe (et la Belgique) face à la crise migratoire : analyse critique de l’accueil
Mescoli, Elsa ULiege

in Jovelin, E. (Ed.) Crise Migratoire et crise de l’accueil des réfugiés en Europe (in press)

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See detailDons de livres à Louise de Savoie
Fagnart, Laure ULiege

in Heering, Caroline; de Mûelenaere, Gwendoline (Eds.) Le don mis en scène. Représentations visuelles et textuelles de l'acte de donation dans les arts de la première Modernité (in press)

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See detailNon-contact thermal characterization using IR camera for compact metal-oxide gas sensor
Stoukatch, Serguei ULiege; Fagnard, Jean-François ULiege; Dupont, François ULiege et al

in 2021 IEEE 23rd Electronics Packaging Technology Conference (EPTC) (2022, January 05)

Following a demand for thermal management there is need to measure precisely a temperature on the most critical part of microassembly. The widely-used contact type of measurements is often not suitable ... [more ▼]

Following a demand for thermal management there is need to measure precisely a temperature on the most critical part of microassembly. The widely-used contact type of measurements is often not suitable for micro parts of assembly as small as 0.5 mm and smaller. The non-contact measurements currently available are not always directly applicable on complex heterogeneous microassemblies structures such as miniaturized metal-oxide (MOX) gas sensor. In response to this, we have developed a simple technique using IR thermography for accurate and non-contact temperature measurements of electronic microassemblies, and validate this approach with MOX sensors heated to operating temperature of 250-300°C. [less ▲]

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See detailInfluence of Leading-Edge Protuberances on the Flow Physics of Stall
Bose, Chandan ULiege; Terrapon, Vincent ULiege; Dimitriadis, Grigorios ULiege

in Proceedings of AIAA SCITECH 2022 Forum (2022, January)

This paper investigates the underlying flow physics of static stall on a finite wing in the presence of bio-inspired leading-edge protuberances (LEPs) at a Reynolds number of 6 X 104. We present Unsteady ... [more ▼]

This paper investigates the underlying flow physics of static stall on a finite wing in the presence of bio-inspired leading-edge protuberances (LEPs) at a Reynolds number of 6 X 104. We present Unsteady Reynolds Average Navier-Stokes (URANS) flow simulations of the static stall behavior of a three-dimensional wing (spanning from wall to wall) with a sinusoidal leading edge shape of different amplitudes and wavelengths. Numerical simulations have been performed using the incompressible pisoFoam solver with the Langtry-Menter k-omega-SST turbulence model, available in the OpenFOAM framework, to capture the differences in the underlying flow physics of four different wing geometries. The unsteady temporal evolution of the flow structures is studied and compared to that obtained for the base configuration of an SD7003 wing without LEPs. Improved mean lift generation in the post-stall regime is observed due to the effect of LEPs for all four cases compared to the base case. The present study will be extended to capture the impact of LEPs on the dynamic stall phenomenon for pitching motion in our future study. The findings of this study can directly benefit the design of a bio-inspired leading-edge control device applicable to many engineering systems. [less ▲]

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See detailLa terminologie de la librairie dans le Corpus Hippiatricorum Graecorum
Marganne, Marie-Hélène ULiege

in Marganne, Marie-Hélène; Ricciardetto, Antonio (Eds.) « Éditer, traduire et commenter les textes vétérinaires grecs et latins de l'Antiquité et du Moyen Âge ». Actes du VIe colloque international d'histoire de la médecine vétérinaire de Liège (2022)

À côté des données de la papyrologie, de la codicologie et de l'analyse textuelle, une étude systématique du vocabulaire de la librairie attesté dans les textes du Corpus Hippiatricorum Graecorum peut ... [more ▼]

À côté des données de la papyrologie, de la codicologie et de l'analyse textuelle, une étude systématique du vocabulaire de la librairie attesté dans les textes du Corpus Hippiatricorum Graecorum peut contribuer à l'histoire de leur mise par écrit, de leur copie, de leur transmission et de leur diffusion, tout en permettant d’évaluer leur importance. [less ▲]

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See detailKemit, writing-boards, and palaeographic studies
Motte, Aurore ULiege

in Verhoeven, Ursula (Ed.) Ägyptologische „Binsen“-Weisheiten IV. Hieratisch des Neuen Reiches: Akteure, Formen und Funktionen (2022)

This paper is conceived as a case study to examine how relevant the Kemit script is for a better understanding of New Kingdom cursive scripts. In this perspective, I concentrate on the wooden tablets that ... [more ▼]

This paper is conceived as a case study to examine how relevant the Kemit script is for a better understanding of New Kingdom cursive scripts. In this perspective, I concentrate on the wooden tablets that bear extract(s) of this literary letter. After a concise description of each tablet, I consider its layout and its mise-en-texte. I then devote my attention to the recorded handwriting(s). To illustrate this point, I selected five signs: the yodh, the owl-sign, the hare-sign, the third h (x), and one eye-sign (combination of Gardiner D5-6 and D9). I compare them with earlier, contemporaneous, and later witnesses of the Kemit written on ostraca or papyrus to provide a diachronic perspective and to draw some preliminary conclusions. [less ▲]

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See detailIl progetto 'epistolarITA' e una proposta di applicazione di algoritmi di prossimità testuale su documenti epistolari italiani (XV-XVII s.)
Valenti, Gianluca ULiege; Zeisberg, Alexander

in XI Convegno Annuale AIUCD. Culture digitali. Intersezioni: filosofia, arti, media (2022)

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See detailAlessandro Farnese ai Capizucchi. Considerazioni retorico-pragmatiche a margine di un carteggio inedito
Valenti, Gianluca ULiege

in Procaccioli, Paolo (Ed.) Per un epistolario farnesiano. Atti della giornata di studio (Viterbo, 28 gennaio 2021) (2022)

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See detailConsidering Architects and Clients’ Interactions Through the Design Thinking Framework
Mertens, Audrey ULiege; Hamarat, Yaprak ULiege; Elsen, Catherine ULiege

in Proceedings of the Design Thinking Research Symposium 13 (2022)

As the quality of the relationship between designers and users highly contributes to the success of the design process, involving users in the design process is more than ever crucial to the project. This ... [more ▼]

As the quality of the relationship between designers and users highly contributes to the success of the design process, involving users in the design process is more than ever crucial to the project. This paper argues that Design Thinking could help architectural routines evolve regarding the interactions between end-users and architects. Though the Design Thinking principles may serve as an inspirational framework, we claim they still need to be adapted to architects’ needs and fields’ constraints. This paper focusses on the Belgian housing design field, specifically questioning the posture architects tend to have towards their end-users through 5 narratives collected from on-field practitioners. The aim is to establish a parallel between day-to-day architectural practice and Design Thinking as a mindset and as a process, as to delineate the essential points architects might benefit from and as to question the role that end-users could furthermore play throughout housing design processes. [less ▲]

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See detailIkhwāniyyāt Letters in the Mamluk Period: A Document (Muṭālaʿa) Issued by al-Muʾayyad Shaykh’s Chancery and a Contribution to Mamluk Diplomatics
Bauden, Frédéric ULiege

in Levanoni, Amalia (Ed.) Egypt and Syria under Mamluk Rule: Political, Social and Cultural Aspects (2022)

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See detail2-D simulation of flow entering a building
Paquier, André; Mangara, Cheikh; Mignot, Emmanuel et al

in Advances in Hydroinformatics (2022)

As one task of the research project DEUFI (DEtailing Urban Flood Impact), laboratory experiments were performed representing the flow intrusion from a street into a building through openings representing ... [more ▼]

As one task of the research project DEUFI (DEtailing Urban Flood Impact), laboratory experiments were performed representing the flow intrusion from a street into a building through openings representing open doors or windows. Various obstacles (representing cars, trees, etc) were inserted in the street in order to deviate the flow and to measure their effect on the flow discharge through the opening. In this paper, various models solving 2-D shallow water equations are used to simulate these experiments. Main conclusion is that the intrusion discharge is always underestimated if the water elevation in the street in front of the opening is well predicted. This latter flow discrepancy does not appear to be linked with a discrepancy in the representation of the detailed flow pattern. The value of the intrusion flow depends on the turbulence model that changes the velocity field close to the opening and only slightly on the other parameters of the numerical model (topography, mesh, boundary conditions, friction). The percentage of change in the intrusion flow due to the obstacles is not accurately modelled although the trend is generally satisfactory. This latter result means that the representation of the obstacles in the model is only necessary if the expected effect is high, and that the calculated intrusion discharge should be used carefully. [less ▲]

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See detailLes papyrus paralittéraires : histoire et dénominations d'une catégorie particulière
Ricciardetto, Antonio ULiege

in Fournet, Jean-Luc; Ricciardetto, Antonio (Eds.) Appréhender la culture écrite des Anciens. Actes du colloque international (2022)

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See detailLe traité conclu entre le roi d’Aragon Jacques II et le sultan mamelouk Khalīl en 692/1293 : étude diplomatique et nouvelle lecture
Bauden, Frédéric ULiege

in Huschner, Wolfgang (Ed.) 15th International Congress of Diplomatics: Sources for the History of “International” Relations between Political Centres in Europe and the Mediterranean (ca. 800–1600): Letters – Charters – Treaties (2022)

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See detailLa dernière chance pour la réforme de la France et la rhétorique royale. La harangue rédigée pour Henri III aux États généraux de 1588
Goderniaux, Alexandre ULiege

in Greengrass, Mark; Martysheva, Lana (Eds.) Les figures oubliées d’un passeur de son temps : Jacques Davy Du Perron (1556-1618) (2022)

Henri III took the decision to make a speech at the opening of the Estates General at Blois in 1588, the text of which was subsequently printed and distributed throughout the realm. We happen to know that ... [more ▼]

Henri III took the decision to make a speech at the opening of the Estates General at Blois in 1588, the text of which was subsequently printed and distributed throughout the realm. We happen to know that it was initially drafted for the king by Jacques Davy Du Perron, the original manuscript of which survives in Du Perron’s handwriting, and which served as the copy that the king then worked on. This article aims to explore the challenges that underlay the drafting of this text, and the rhetorical effort that went into it. It places it in its historical context in order to examine precisely what it sought to achieve, considering in turn its rhetorical and political aspects, and investigating what it can tell us about the collaborative relationship between the Valois king and his councillor. [less ▲]

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See detailExperimental Characterization of the VKI Longshot Mach 14 Contoured Nozzle
Kovács, Dániel Gábor ULiege; Zdenek, Ilich; Guillaume, Grossir et al

in Experimental Characterization of the VKI Longshot Mach 14 Contoured Nozzle (2021, December 29)

This paper presents the experimental characterization of the recently commissioned Mach~14 hypersonic nozzle of the Longshot gun tunnel. The Longshot facility of the von Karman Institute for Fluid ... [more ▼]

This paper presents the experimental characterization of the recently commissioned Mach~14 hypersonic nozzle of the Longshot gun tunnel. The Longshot facility of the von Karman Institute for Fluid Dynamics is a short-duration hypersonic wind tunnel, which is capable of reproducing the high Mach and Reynolds numbers experienced during most atmospheric re-entries. The free-stream flow conditions were measured at several stream-wise locations with a sting-supported arrangement of a pitot rake, a reference total pressure probe, a static pressure probe, a heat-flux probe, and an acoustic probe. The flow characteristics were inferred from the free-stream measurements using an elaborated rebuilding technique. The investigations cover the assessment of: flow uniformity in terms of Pitot pressure, tunnel noise level, core flow diameter, and useful test time. [less ▲]

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See detailA comparison of media channels in pandemic warnings and the consent levels of Vietnamese youths in implementing preventative measures during Covid-19
Bui Trung Hiep, ULiege; Luong Thuy Tien

in Phan Ngoc, Chinh (Ed.) A comparison of media channels in pandemic warnings and the consent levels of Vietnamese youths in implementing preventative measures during Covid-19 (2021, December)

Understanding the characteristics of media channels in health communication will considerably support optimising society's resources. During the pandemic outbreaks with the pervasive coverage of fake news ... [more ▼]

Understanding the characteristics of media channels in health communication will considerably support optimising society's resources. During the pandemic outbreaks with the pervasive coverage of fake news, the governments should use appropriate media types to convey critical health information to the community. Therefore, analysing the effectiveness of media channels in warning disease will provide critical knowledge to aid in pandemic prevention, avoid the collapse of healthcare systems and reduce the risk of losing social control. This study applied Friedman's ANOVA to compare different media types in terms of 'the frequency of receiving disease warnings from' and 'the usefulness in warning disease' among 4,648 Vietnamese youths. Moreover, their 'agreement to implement the preventive measures', 'travel plan adaptations', 'trust in the Government management' after receiving COVID-19 warnings were also explored. The results revealed that Short Message Service (from the Ministry of Health and other state agencies) and Television/Radio were the two channels frequently reached by young Vietnamese and had the highest usefulness assessments. Furthermore, youths received disease alerts most often from social networks, but this platform was not high-rated for usefulness. The Vietnamese government earned a considerably high trust level from young people, so they were willing to actively cancel their travel plans and adhere to preventive measures following disease warnings. Females had higher consent levels in complying with the health recommendations. Increasing the frequency of receiving disease alerts and the overall perception of the media usefulness were linked to a higher probability of adherence to preventive activities among Vietnamese youths. The findings suggest that managers should focus more on utilising relevant media types in pandemic preparedness and response. [less ▲]

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See detailCONFINEMENT LIÉ A LA CRISE SANITAIRE COVID-19 : IMPACT DU TÉLÉTRAVAIL CONTRAINT SUR LE BIEN-ÊTRE ET LA PERFORMANCE
Babic, Audrey ULiege; Leclercq, Céline ULiege; Miesse, Florence et al

in Bobillier Chaumon, Marc-Eric; Gangloff, Bernard; Gilbert, Patrick (Eds.) et al Les incidences psycho-sociales et socio-organisationnelles de la crise sanitaire Covid sur le travail et la santé des salariés. (2021, December)

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See detailInteroperability and collaboration in Computational Design: A Grimshaw case study of distributed authoring environments for fast pace design iterations
de Boissieu, Aurélie ULiege; Watts, Andy

in Roxin, Ana (Ed.) Nouvelles perspectives du BIM, jumeau numétrique et smart building (2021, December)

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See detailTCPLS: Modern Transport Services with TCP and TLS
Rochet, Florentin; Assogba, Emery; Piraux, Maxime et al

in International Conference on emerging Networking EXperiments and Technologies (CoNEXT) (2021, December)

TCP and TLS are among the essential protocols in today's Internet. TCP ensures reliable data delivery while TLS secures the data transfer. Although they are very often used together, they have been ... [more ▼]

TCP and TLS are among the essential protocols in today's Internet. TCP ensures reliable data delivery while TLS secures the data transfer. Although they are very often used together, they have been designed independently following the Internet layered model. This paper demonstrates the various benefits that a closer integration between TCP and TLS would bring. By leveraging the extensible TLS 1.3 records, we combine TCP and TLS into TCPLS to build modern transport services such as multiplexing, connection migration, stream steering, and bandwidth aggregation. These services do not modify the TCP wire format and are resistant to middleboxes. TCPLS offers a powerful API enabling applications to precisely express the required transport services, ranging from a single-path single-stream connection to a multi-stream connection over several network paths, enabling choices between aggregated bandwidth and head-of-line blocking avoidance.Compared to MPTCP, our TCPLS prototype offers more control to the application and can be easily deployed as an extension to user-space TLS libraries, while being implemented at a low cost. Measurements demonstrate that it offers higher performance than existing QUIC libraries with a super set of transport services. [less ▲]

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See detailLa première ligne et ses pratiques de santé communautaire
Kirkove, Delphine ULiege; Voz, Bernard ULiege; Pétré, Benoît ULiege

in Les cahiers du colloque de la première ligne (2021, December)

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See detailManagement of a tennis athlete with low back pain: a case report
Grosdent, Stéphanie ULiege

in Abstract Book of the 10th Biennial Congress of the Belgian Back Society: Spinal pain in sports (2021, November 27)

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See detailL’autonomie du travailleur : réflexions inachevées sur l'avenir du travail et du droit du travail
Kéfer, Fabienne ULiege

in Joassart, Pierre (Ed.) La disparition des statuts en droit social / Het verdwijnen van de statuten in het sociaal recht (2021, November 26)

Le droit du travail s’est construit sur le modèle de l’entreprise fordiste, l’usine avec sa production de masse, caractérisée par une unité de lieu et de temps de travail, une forte verticalité dans les ... [more ▼]

Le droit du travail s’est construit sur le modèle de l’entreprise fordiste, l’usine avec sa production de masse, caractérisée par une unité de lieu et de temps de travail, une forte verticalité dans les relations interpersonnelles, une organisation collective de travailleurs occupés dans la même fabrique, etc. Le droit de la sécurité sociale s’est lui aussi forgé sur le modèle du travailleur d’usine, occupé à temps plein et pour une durée indéterminée. C’est de cette époque aussi que date la dichotomie salarié/indépendant. Le législateur – international, européen, national – doit réfléchir à une nouvelle manière d’apporter une protection sociale au travailleur d’aujourd’hui, œuvrant dans un environnement économique globalisé très compétitif, soumis à des « nouvelles manières de travailler » (New Ways Of Working) et doté d’une autonomie de conception et d’exécution de son travail sans précédent, qui porte en elle autant de menaces que de bienfaits. Cette autonomie menace le salarié en ce qu’elle pourrait conduire à constater qu’il n’est pas subordonné. Mais elle protège aussi le travailleur de la concurrence des robots. Le modèle de protection élaboré par le législateur ne correspond plus au travailleur d’aujourd’hui, qui se caractérise, dans bien des cas, par une autonomie beaucoup plus grande dans la conception et l’exécution de son travail. L’autonomie apparait ainsi comme un élément central de la réflexion sur l’avenir du travail et du droit du travail. [less ▲]

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See detailThe Assessment of Outdoor Thermal Comfort inside Oasis Settlements in North Africa -Algeria
Matallah, Mohamed Elhadi; Djamel, Alkama; Mahar, Waqas Ahmed ULiege et al

in Scartezzini, Jean-Louis; Smith, Barbara (Eds.) Journal of Physics: Conference Series (2021, November 18)

Oasis settlements are the most common form in the Saharan regions of North Africa, identified by a strong harmony between urban forms and palm groves, which present the economic capital for these regions ... [more ▼]

Oasis settlements are the most common form in the Saharan regions of North Africa, identified by a strong harmony between urban forms and palm groves, which present the economic capital for these regions. On the other hand, these oases are significantly growing and impacting people’s livelihood and thermal well-being, especially during the summer season. This study aims at first to identify the close correlation between cultivated area (palm grove) and the built-up area throughout the Tolga Oasis Complex in Algeria, which is recognised by its palm groves and well-known as one of the largest oasis settlements of the Saharan regions in North Africa. Furthermore, the current work assesses the impact of palm groves by investigating the ‘oasis effect’ on the thermal heat stress levels during July and August daytime hours within 9 conducted stations. Surprisingly, the so-called oasis effect generated by palm groves was insignificant during the extremely hot days. On the other hand, the palm groves were extremely hot affected by a warming effect during daytime hours. [less ▲]

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See detailLanguage and Writing in the Middle Euphrates valley during Šakkanakku period (ca. 2300-1940 BC)
Colonna d'Istria, Laurent ULiege

in Transfer, Adaption und Neukonfiguration von Schrift- und Sprachwissen im Alten Orient (2021, November 15)

During the latest archaeological works on Mari (2002-2010), texts belonging to different phases of šakkanakku period (ca 2300-1940 BC) have been discovered. Although the distribution according to the ... [more ▼]

During the latest archaeological works on Mari (2002-2010), texts belonging to different phases of šakkanakku period (ca 2300-1940 BC) have been discovered. Although the distribution according to the phases is not homogeneous these documents show “ruptures” and “continuities” within the scribal practice and the dialect used. The late phase, the best documented, is characterized by an archaic graphic tradition, “archaic logograms” (no used in southern Mesopotamia since the end of the 3rd millennium) and an Euphratic dialect (close to the Ebla dialect). For the other phases (old phases), we have few tablets and some official inscriptions : tablets expose a graphic style close to Agadean ductus and Akkadian expressions that will no longer be used during the late phase. In order to better understand the oldest šakkanakkus documents with features inherited from the Agadean tradition, these items will be confronted with the textual data of the Mari Ville II (phase said presargonic). [less ▲]

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See detailUltra-Thinned Individual SOI Die ACF FC Bonded on Rigid and Flex PCB
Stoukatch, Serguei ULiege; Nicolas, Andre; Dupont, François ULiege et al

in 2021 23rd European Microelectronics and Packaging Conference & Exhibition (EMPC) (2021, November 13)

We have developed a straightforward die-level thinning process suitable for Silicon-On-Insulator (SOI) dies. The process has been demonstrated on SOI CMOS die assembled on rigid and flexible PCBs using ... [more ▼]

We have developed a straightforward die-level thinning process suitable for Silicon-On-Insulator (SOI) dies. The process has been demonstrated on SOI CMOS die assembled on rigid and flexible PCBs using previously-developed anisotropic conductive adhesive flip-chip method. Unlike standard wafer-level thinning processes, in the demonstrated process the full thickness SOI die is directly mounted on PCB and after that thinned. The demonstrated process is simple and robust; it comprises fewer process steps compared to conventional die thinning process. The ultra-thinning process has no effects on the assembly integrity and device performance. [less ▲]

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See detail3D Landslide Models in VR
Havenith, Hans-Balder ULiege

in Proc. of 5th World Landslide Forum 'Understanding and Reducing Landslide Disaster Risk' (2021, November)

The present paper describes the elaboration of 3D surface and geological models generated for a series of landslide sites, zones marked by large incipient slope failures, or those presenting structural ... [more ▼]

The present paper describes the elaboration of 3D surface and geological models generated for a series of landslide sites, zones marked by large incipient slope failures, or those presenting structural characteristics of an ancient giant mass movement. For both, surface and geological models, high-resolution satellite or drone imagery was draped on the digital elevation model constructed from the same imagery or using Radar or LiDAR data. The geological models further include geophysical data, supported by differential GPS measurements, complemented by georeferenced geological and tectonic maps and related geological sections. The soft layer thickness information and borehole data are typically represented in terms of logs inside the model. For several sites also slope stability analyses were performed, either in 2D or in 3D. Inputs for those analyses were directly extracted from the 3D geomodels, outputs were again represented in the models. Some of those models, such as the one produced for the right-bank slopes of the Rogun Dam construction site can be quite complex and we clearly could notice that an immersive analysis using VR technology helps understand their internal structure and perform a better slope stability analysis. Still these analyses have their limits, as a study in Virtual Reality is purely individual (at present time, the visiting researcher is separated from the rest of the World). Therefore, we suggest that a real advancement can only be achieved if the technological developments go along with a stronger collaboration between scientists from the various geo-domains, who could also be immersed in the same virtual model (~collaborative VR). [less ▲]

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See detailStructural and Dynamic Numerical Models of Rockslides in the Carpathians and the Alps
Lemaire, Emilie; Mreyen, Anne-Sophie ULiege; Havenith, Hans-Balder ULiege

in Proc. of 5th World Landslide Forum 'Understanding and Reducing Landslide Disaster Risk' (2021, November)

The stability of rock slopes is often guided by the structural geology of the rocks composing the slope. In this work, we analyse the influence of structural characteristics, and of their seismic response ... [more ▼]

The stability of rock slopes is often guided by the structural geology of the rocks composing the slope. In this work, we analyse the influence of structural characteristics, and of their seismic response, on large and deep-seated rock slope failure development. The study is focused on the Tamins and Fernpass rockslides in the Alps and on the Balta and Eagles Lake rockslides in the southeastern Carpathians. These case studies are compared with catastrophic rock slope failures with ascertained or very likely seismic origin in the Tien Shan Mountains. The main goal is to identify features allowing to identify seismically induced deformation modes based on the source zone rock structures. We will present examples of classical anti-dip slope and along-strike rock structures that hint at a possible/partial seismic origin, but we will also consider a series of mixed structural types, which are more difficult to be interpreted. This morpho-structural study is supported by distinct element numerical modelling results showing that seismic shaking typically induces deeper seated deformation in initially ‘stable’ rock slopes. In addition, for failures partially triggered by dynamic shaking, these studies can help identify the contribution of the seismic factor to slope movements. The identification of the partial seismic origin on the basis of the dynamic response of rock structures can be particularly interesting for case histories in less seismically active mountain regions (in comparison with the Andes, Tien Shan, Pamirs), such as in the Alps and the Carpathian Mountains. [less ▲]

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See detailWhere is the Light(ning) in the Taproot Dawn? Unveiling the Bitcoin Lightning (IP) Network
Casas, Pedro; Romiti, Matteo; Holzer, Peter et al

in EEE International Conference on Cloud Networking (CloudNet) (2021, November)

Proposed in 2016 and launched in 2018, the Bitcoin (BTC) Lightning Network (LN) can scale-up the capacity of the BTC blockchain network to process a significantly higher amount of transactions, in a ... [more ▼]

Proposed in 2016 and launched in 2018, the Bitcoin (BTC) Lightning Network (LN) can scale-up the capacity of the BTC blockchain network to process a significantly higher amount of transactions, in a faster, cheaper, and more privacy preserving manner. The number of LN nodes has been significantly increasing since 2018, and today there are more than twelve thousand nodes actively participating of so-called LN payment channels. The upcoming Taproot upgrade to the Bitcoin protocol would further boost the development and adoption of the LN. Taproot is the most significant upgrade to the Bitcoin network since the block size increase of 2017, and it will make LN transactions cheaper, more flexible, and more private. We focus on the characterization of the LN network topology, using network active measurements. By crawling the underlying P2P network supporting the Bitcoin LN over a span of 10-months, we unveil the LN in terms of size and location of its nodes as well as connectivity protocols, comparing it to the P2P IP network supporting the BTC blockchain. Among our findings, we show that IP addresses exposed by LN nodes correspond mainly to customer networks, even if most BTC nodes are actually deployed at major cloud providers, and that LN nodes significantly rely on anonymized networks and protocols such as Onion, with more than 40% of LN nodes connect through Tor. [less ▲]

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See detailFrom the Regulation of Artificial Intelligence by Society to the Regulation of Society by Artificial Intelligence: All Along the Watchtower
De Cooman, Jérôme ULiege

in Jacquemin, Hervé (Ed.) Time to Reshape the Digital Society: 40th anniversary of the CRIDS (2021, November)

This paper discusses the bidimensional definition of regulation by design, i.e., “any alteration of human or technological behaviour through algorithmic code or data” (p. 448). The author argues that ... [more ▼]

This paper discusses the bidimensional definition of regulation by design, i.e., “any alteration of human or technological behaviour through algorithmic code or data” (p. 448). The author argues that cyberspace made possible the advent of the digital society. If code is the new regulation, coders are the new regulators. Questions nevertheless remain as to how law can ensure appropriate regulation by design mechanisms in the AI Age. This conceptual paper identifies these questions and proposes two solution – a procedural and a substantive – that would render by-design regulation through AI more fundamental righs-proof. [less ▲]

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See detailLa Joconde et le Mustang. Réflexions sur les paradoxes contemporains en conservation-restauration
Verbeeck, Muriel ULiege

in Menu, Michel; Mailho, Lorraine (Eds.) LE CENTRE DE RECHERCHE ET DE RESTAURATION DES MUSÉES DE FRANCE, 20 ANS DÉJÀ ! PARIS - 2019 (2021, November)

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See detailCalendars, Festivals, and Rituals at Mari during the šakkanakku Period: From the End of the Third to the Beginning of the Second Millennium BC
Colonna d'Istria, Laurent ULiege

in “Cultures and Societies in the Middle Euphrates and Habur Areas in the Second Millennium BC: Calendars and Festivals” (2021, October 29)

The order of the months in the calendar at the end of the šakkanakkū period (19th century B.C.) is now well established. This calendar is largely similar to the one in use during the amorite period. This ... [more ▼]

The order of the months in the calendar at the end of the šakkanakkū period (19th century B.C.) is now well established. This calendar is largely similar to the one in use during the amorite period. This paper will focus on the rituals and festivals at Mari during the end of the šakkanakkū period: expenditures for temples, deities and rituals are mentioned in many administrative texts dated to the mid-19th century. Nevertheless, these texts are very patchy and the festivals are not clearly named. The latest excavation archaeological excavations at the site of Tell Hariri-Mari provided us with eleven administrative texts dated to the middle of the šakkanakkū period (i.e. UrIII period or slightly earlier). These texts reveal a calendar which is partly similar to the late šakkanakkū one. [less ▲]

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See detailCrack Propagation and Calving Front Monitoring Using SATO Filter
Glaude, Quentin ULiege; Lizin, Stéphane ULiege; Pattyn, Frank et al

in 2021 IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium IGARSS (2021, October 12)

Ice shelves, the floating extensions of the Antarctic Ice Sheet, are important regulators of the ice discharge and need to be monitored. Among others, calving processes and fractures control their ability ... [more ▼]

Ice shelves, the floating extensions of the Antarctic Ice Sheet, are important regulators of the ice discharge and need to be monitored. Among others, calving processes and fractures control their ability to restrain the upward ice flow. While models integrate calving laws, their comparison with observations is still sparse and is mainly performed through visual inspection. In the present work, we hypothesized that the combination of high revisit rate SAR remote sensing products with medical imaging techniques can automatically detect cracks and monitor the calving front location. We focused our study on the Pine Island Glacier, in the Amundsen Sea Sector, with Sentinel-1 data over the period 2017 to 2020. Results show that the Sato filtering technique managed to precisely delineate the calving front, the icebergs, and the fractures on the ice shelf. [less ▲]

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See detailLouise de Savoie et Marguerite d'Autriche, dames Concordes
Dumont, Jonathan ULiege; Fagnart, Laure ULiege

in Dumont, Jonathan; Girault, Pierre-Gilles; Fagnart, Laure (Eds.) et al La paix des Dames. 1529 (2021, October)

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See detailFrançois-Joseph Bélanger, architecte et "jardineur" auprès du prince de Ligne à Beloeil
De Harlez De Deulin, Nathalie ULiege

in De Harlez De Deulin, Nathalie; Lebeurre, Alexia; Ollagnier, Claire (Eds.) François-Joseph Bélanger, artiste architecte (1744-1818) (2021, October)

Dans l’attente d’un inventaire des archives de la Maison de Ligne, le manque de sources historiques touchant le domaine de Beloeil – exception faite d’un beau plan en couleurs représentant les jardins de ... [more ▼]

Dans l’attente d’un inventaire des archives de la Maison de Ligne, le manque de sources historiques touchant le domaine de Beloeil – exception faite d’un beau plan en couleurs représentant les jardins de Beloeil et une suite de vues projetées des fabriques –, explique que le programme du jardin anglais du prince Charles-Joseph de Ligne a longtemps été approché presque exclusivement à travers ses écrits, en particulier le Coup d’œil sur Beloeil, édité à trois reprises (1781, 1786 et 1791). Le prince y évoque un programme à la fois ambitieux et éclectique dans le choix des thèmes et des dédicaces associé à des ambitions philosophiques et symboliques. Or, ces jardins ont en grande partie disparu (Baudour) ou sont restés inachevés (Beloeil) donnant à son œuvre écrite, a posteriori, une importance par trop considérable. L’examen de nouvelles sources provenant des archives du château de Beloeil et de l’Université de Gand permet d’éclairer ponctuellement le programme d’aménagement des deux jardins où le prince a effectivement multiplié les constructions pittoresques (Baudour) et imaginé une scénographie éminemment symbolique (Beloeil). L’abondante correspondance de l’intendant général des biens du prince, Jacques-Ignace vanden Broucke, avec le prince lui-même et avec divers intervenants de terrain recèle quantité d’informations sur les embellissements réalisés dans ces deux domaines entre 1770 et 1780. Ces courriers contiennent divers détails touchant les chantiers de construction et de plantation, révélant quelques-unes des intentions du prince pour son château et ses jardins. Parmi les correspondants figure, dès 1769, l’architecte François-Joseph Bélanger, auteur d’un plan et de divers projets pour les fabriques du jardin de Beloeil, dont au moins un dessin signé a été retrouvé. Bélanger a également servi d’intermédiaire pour la commande d’arbres et arbrisseaux de collection provenant de pépinières à Paris. L’analyse conjointe des écrits, plans et projets de fabriques dressés du vivant du prince et l’examen des constructions conservées permettent d’apporter des réponses quant aux intentions du prince, à un éventuel sens caché de leur mise en scène et à l’identité de leur(s) concepteur(s). Enfin de présenter quelques réflexions sur les constructions elles-mêmes et sur le rôle de l’architecte François-Joseph Bélanger en tant que concepteur et « jardineur » auprès de celui qui fut une des figures les plus originales de la société des Lumières dans les Pays-Bas méridionaux dans la seconde moitié du XVIIIe siècle. [less ▲]

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Fagnart, Laure ULiege; Le Roux, Nicolas

in Dumont, Jonathan; Girault, Pierre-Gilles; Fagnart, Laure (Eds.) et al La paix des Dames. 1529 (2021, October)

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See detail1. On the Effect of Hardening/Softening Structural Non-linearities on an Array of Aerodynamically Coupled Piezoelectric Harvesters
Roccia, Bruno A.; Verstraete, Marcos L.; Ceballos, Luis R. et al

in Puncheta, Martin; Cadona, Alberto; Preidikman, Sergio (Eds.) et al Multibody Mechatronic Systems (2021, October)

In this work, we study the non-linear dynamic response of two vertically-arranged aero-piezoelastic harvesters. The numerical framework consists of the following: i) an aerodynamic model based on the ... [more ▼]

In this work, we study the non-linear dynamic response of two vertically-arranged aero-piezoelastic harvesters. The numerical framework consists of the following: i) an aerodynamic model based on the unsteady vortex-lattice method; ii) a three degree-of-freedom lumped-parameter model for each harvester; iii) an inter-model connection to exchange information between models at each time step; and iv) a numerical scheme based on Hamming’s fourth-order predictor–corrector method to integrate all the governing equations. Particularly, the effect of nonlinear hardening/softening springs on the harvested output power is investigated. Among the results obtained, an interesting finding is that hardening springs yield larger LCO amplitudes and higher harvested power than softening springs. [less ▲]

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See detailLes gravures sur bois illustrant les pièces d'actualité liées à la paix des Dames
Fagnart, Laure ULiege; Girault, Pierre-Gilles

in Dumont, Jonathan; Girault, Pierre-Gilles; Fagnart, Laure (Eds.) et al La paix des Dames. 1529 (2021, October)

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See detailReconstruction of low-voltage networks with limited observability
Marulli, Daniele; Mathieu, Sébastien; Benzerga, Amina ULiege et al

in IEEE PES Innovative Smart Grid Technologies Conference Europe (2021, October)

This work addresses the problem of reconstructing topology and cable parameters of three-phase low-voltage networks when no a priori information about them is provided and not all the nodes in the grid ... [more ▼]

This work addresses the problem of reconstructing topology and cable parameters of three-phase low-voltage networks when no a priori information about them is provided and not all the nodes in the grid are equipped with smart meters. This paper presents a methodology to obtain an estimation of the electrical model of each phase of the network, analysing voltage and current time-series measurements provided by the available meters. The proposed methodology involves an iterative algorithm developed to tackle the network reconstruction problem when unmetered nodes are located reasonably far from each other. The algorithm is tested on a 30-node network with different sets of metered nodes, providing relevant solutions in most scenarios having more than 80% of metered nodes. [less ▲]

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See detailDEMMOW – detailed model of a morphing wing: development of separate components models
Bruyneel, Michaël ULiege

in NAFEMS World Congress 2021 (2021, October)

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See detailLes équipements emblématiques des jeux Olympiques
Kiuri, Miranda ULiege

in Atalli, Michaël (Ed.) Héritage social d'un événement sportif (2021, October)

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See detailHygrothermal Modeling of Green Roof Made with Substrate and Drainage Layers of Coarse Recycled Materials
Kazemi, Mostafa ULiege; Courard, Luc ULiege; Attia, Shady ULiege

in Proceeding of the International Building Simulation Conference (2021, September 03)

The thermal performance of an extensive green roof can be influenced by the initial hygrothermal conditions of substrate and drainage layers. Moreover, coarse recycled materials can affect the thermal ... [more ▼]

The thermal performance of an extensive green roof can be influenced by the initial hygrothermal conditions of substrate and drainage layers. Moreover, coarse recycled materials can affect the thermal resistance of green roof layers, while there is a demand for optimizing their thickness. Therefore, the main objective of this study is to optimize the thickness of green roof layers, once coarse recycled materials were used for substrate and drainage layers: WUFI software has been used for such application, which was suitable for modeling the initial hygrothermal conditions (heat and moisture properties) of green roof layers. According to the results, Rc-value for the green roof without coarse recycled materials was found slightly higher than that of the specimen with coarse recycled materials (4.1%), indicating nearly the same thermal resistance of the former and the latter. The green roof model with 15-cm substrate and 6-cm drainage layer can be regarded as the best appropriate system concerning their better thermal resistance and lower weight. [less ▲]

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See detailClimate Change Sensitive Overheating Assessment in Dwellings: A Case Study in Belgium
Rahif, Ramin ULiege; Fani, Abdulrahman; kosinski, Piotr et al

in Helsen, Lieve (Ed.) Proceeding of the International Building Simulation Conference (2021, September 01)

Due to the current rate of global warming, overheating in buildings is expected to be more frequent and intense in future climates. High indoor temperature affects occupant productivity, comfort, and ... [more ▼]

Due to the current rate of global warming, overheating in buildings is expected to be more frequent and intense in future climates. High indoor temperature affects occupant productivity, comfort, and health. Thus, it is necessary to predict the thermal performance of buildings concerning climate change. This paper applies a climate change sensitive overheating assessment method to a lightweight timber house in Eupen, Belgium. Three metrics are used, namely Indoor Overheating Degree (𝐼𝑂𝐷), Ambient Warmness Degree (𝐴𝑊𝐷), and Building Climate Vulnerability Factor (𝐵𝐶𝑉𝐹). The overheating risk is assessed under four climate scenarios representing historical and future scenarios using dynamic simulation tool EnergyPlus v9.0. This method accounts for overheating severity and frequency, considering zonal occupancy profiles and thermal comfort models. The results indicate BCVF<1 for the Passive House case study showing its high potential in suppressing the outdoor thermal stress in the long-term. Finally, the increase in ventilation rate proves to be an adequate measure by decreasing the zonal peak temperatures up to 10℃ and indoor overheating risk by ~60%. [less ▲]

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See detailModeling the Impact of Climate Change on the Future Heating Demand in Different Types of Buildings in the Belgian Residential Building Stock
El Nagar, Essam ULiege; Doutreloup, Sébastien ULiege; Lemort, Vincent ULiege

in Helsen, Lieve (Ed.) Proceeding of the International Building Simulation Conference (2021, September 01)

In coming years, global warming will have a large impact on many aspects of the environment and human activities in buildings. The objective of the ongoing study, of which some results are presented in ... [more ▼]

In coming years, global warming will have a large impact on many aspects of the environment and human activities in buildings. The objective of the ongoing study, of which some results are presented in this paper, is to upscale the impact of climate change on the Belgian residential building stock and to evaluate its influence on the future heating and cooling demands. In order to quantify the impact of climate change, this study used MAR regional atmospheric model using MPI and BCC as forcing GCMs for Liege city during the period of 2012-2100. Energy simulations are obtained using MATLAB for four different types of residential buildings (Freestanding, semi-detached, terraced and apartment) in four different representative years (2012, 2021, 2050 and 2100). The present paper focuses on results associated with predicted future heating demands. [less ▲]

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See detailA portrait of the Trans-Neptunian Object (143707) 2003 UY117 from a stellar occultation and photometry data.
Ortiz, Jose L.; Santos-Sanz, Pablo; Sicardy, Bruno et al

in EPSC Abstracts Vol. 15 (2021, September 01)

Within the Lucky Star international collaboration* on stellar occultations by TNOs and other outer solar system bodies, we predicted the occultation by the TNO (143707) 2003 UY117 of an mV ~ 14.6 mag star ... [more ▼]

Within the Lucky Star international collaboration* on stellar occultations by TNOs and other outer solar system bodies, we predicted the occultation by the TNO (143707) 2003 UY117 of an mV ~ 14.6 mag star on 23 October 2020. Around a week before the occultation date, we updated and refined the prediction using high precision astrometry obtained using the 2 m Liverpool telescope located at El Roque de Los Muchachos Observatory on La Palma, Spain. The update resulted in a shadow path with good observability potential. We carried out a specific campaign involving 27 observing sites in the south of Spain and North of Africa to observe the occultation. We recorded 4 positive detections and several very close misses to the south of the body. With this information we determined the silhouette of 2003 UY117 at the moment of the occultation. We also obtained the geometric albedo and the size for this object. In addition to this, we carried out several photometric runs with large telescopes to determine the rotation period and rotational phase at the time of the occultation. The body presents a clear double-peaked rotational light curve consistent with a triaxial ellipsoid of considerable elongation, which means that a rotational light curve analysis is critical to correctly interpret the occultation results. The preliminary analysis indicates a larger equivalent diameter than that determined from Herschel thermal data, although consistent within the large error bars of the thermal determination. We will present the preliminary results and discuss their implications.*Lucky Star (LS) is an EU-funded research activity to obtain physical properties of distant Solar System objects using stellar occultations. LS collaboration agglomerates the efforts of the Paris, Granada, and Rio teams. https://lesia.obspm.fr/lucky-star/ Acknowledgements:JLO, PS-S, NM, MV, and RD acknowledge financial support from the State Agency for Research of the Spanish MCIU through the `Center of Excellence Severo Ochoa' award for the Instituto de Astrofísica de Andalucía (SEV-2017-0709), they also acknowledge the financial support by the Spanish grant AYA-2017-84637-R and AYARTI2018- 098657-J-I00 `LEO-SBNAF' (MCIU/AEI/FEDER, UE). [less ▲]

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See detailFeI and NiI in comets
Hutsemekers, Damien ULiege; Manfroid, Jean ULiege; Jehin, Emmanuel ULiege

in EPSC Abstracts Vol. 15, EPSC2021-178 (2021, September 01)

Metals have been found in cometary dust by in-situ experiments onboard the Giotto and Rosetta spacecrafts[4,10] as well as in dust particles collected by the Stardust spacecraft[11]. They appear in ... [more ▼]

Metals have been found in cometary dust by in-situ experiments onboard the Giotto and Rosetta spacecrafts[4,10] as well as in dust particles collected by the Stardust spacecraft[11]. They appear in silicate, sulfide and metal grains. Two sungrazing comets, the Great Comet of 1882[2] and C/1965 S1 (Ikeya-Seki)[9], approached the Sun so close that dust grains have vaporized, revealing lines of several metals in the coma spectrum, in particular FeI and NiI. However, it came as a surprise to find numerous FeI and NiI emission lines in high-resolution spectra of comets observed at large heliocentric distances[7], where the equilibrium temperature T~280r-1∕2K is far too low to allow sublimation of silicates (Tsub≥1200K) and sulfides (Tsub≥600K). In the present contribution, we summarize this discovery and the challenges it raises. Dozens of FeI and NiI emission lines were recently found in the spectral region 3000-4000Å for 17 comets at heliocentric distances between 0.68 and 3.25 au[7]. These comets were observed with the high-resolution spectrograph UVES mounted on the ESO VLT. FeI and NiI lines can also be detected in archival data obtained with other telescopes, as shown in Fig.1 for comet Hyakutake. The spatial extension of the lines is very short indicating that the FeI and NiI atoms originate from the inner coma, close to the nucleus. To compute the FeI and NiI production rates we built a fluorescence model that accounts for the complex absorption structure of the solar spectrum (Swings effect). In Fig.2 we show that the FeI+NiI production rate is correlated with the production rate of major constituents of cometary ices, either H2O or CO. The NiI/FeI abundance ratios are shown in Fig.3. They cluster around NiI/FeI~1 whatever the comet heliocentric distance. The NiI/FeI ratio does not depend on the comet type but there is evidence (indicated by a F-test) that its variance is higher in the Jupiter-family sample than in the Oort cloud sample. This is reminiscent of the wider range of C2/CN abundances observed in Jupiter-family comets[5]. The average abundance ratio is log(NiI/FeI)=-0.07 with a standard deviation of 0.29. This value differs from the ratio log(Ni/Fe)=-1.10±0.23 estimated in the dust of P/Halley[4] and log(NiI/FeI)=-1.11±0.09 in the coma of the sungrazing comet Ikeya-Seki[7]. The latter ratios are similar to the ratio measured in the Sun and the meteorites. Interestingly, the NiI/FeI ratio measured in the interstellar comet 2I/Borisov is in agreement with the ratio found in the solar system sample[8]. These observations raise two questions, still open. How can FeI and NiI atoms be released at such low temperatures? Why is the NiI/FeI abundance ratio one order of magnitude higher than the solar value? The release of FeI and NiI atoms from sulfides is appealing since their sublimation temperature is lower than silicates. Moreover FeNi alloys and sulfides formed in the low temperature range are Ni-rich, such as kamacite and pentlandite[6], so that their sublimation could explain the high NiI/FeI ratios we observed. Superheating is nevertheless required to reach T~600K, which might be possible if the grains are very small, like the metallic nanoparticles found in comet 81P/Wild2[11]. Collisions of cometary dust with high-velocity particles could also produce impact vapor with T~1000K[3]. Alternatively, FeI-NiI atoms could be released from organometallic complexes, yet undetected in the cometary material, such as carbonyls that have much lower sublimation temperatures. In particular Fe(CO)5 and Ni(CO)4 are expected to sublimate at Tsub~100K, intermediate between the sublimation temperature of H2O and CO2[7]. The higher sublimation rate of Ni(CO)4 with respect to Fe(CO)5 would naturally explain the overabundance of nickel. More work is clearly needed to test these hypotheses, both observationnaly and theoretically. The discovery of FeI and NiI atoms in distant comets neverthless indicates that constituents of the nucleus or processes in the coma are still missing. References [1]A'Hearn, M.F., Wellnitz, D.D., Meier, R.: urn:nasa:pds:gbo-kpno:hyakutake_spectra::1.0, NASA Planetary Data System (2015) [2]Copeland, R., Lohse, J.G.: Copernic.Int.J.Astron. 2, 225 (1882) [3]Ip, W.H., Jorda, L.: ApJL 496, L47 (1998) [4]Jessberger, E.K., Christoforidis, A., Kissel, J.: Nature 332, 691 (1988) [5]Levison, H.F.: ASPC 107, 173 (1996) [6]Lewis, J.S.: Physics and chemistry of the solar system, 2dEd., Elsevier (2004) [7]Manfroid, J., Hutsemékers, D., Jehin, E.: Nature 593, 372 (2021) [8]Opitom, C., Jehin, E., Hutsemékers, D., et al.: A&A, submitted (2021) [9]Preston, G.W.: ApJ 147, 718 (1967) [10]Stenzel, O., Hilchenbach, M., Merouane, S., et al.: MNRAS 469, S492 (2017) [11]Zolensky, M.E., Zega, T.J., Yano, H. et al.: Science 314, 1735 (2006) Figure 1: Example of NiI and FeI lines detected in the spectrum of comet C/1996B2 (Hyakutake) obtained on March 26, 1996[1]. Figure 2: Abundance correlations involving CO, H2O and FeI+NiI. Jupiter-family comets are in red. The CO-rich interstellar comet 2I (Borisov) (in blue) appears close to C/2016 R2[8]. Figure 3: NiI/FeI abundance ratios for 18 solar system comets at various heliocentric distances, including C/1996B2 Hyakutake observed using 4 offset slit positions[1]. The solar Ni/Fe ratio is indicated. Jupiter-family comets are in red. [less ▲]

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See detailHigh resolution optical spectroscopy of 2I/Borisov: a surprising similarity to solar system comets
Opitom, Cyrielle; Jehin, Emmanuel ULiege; Hutsemekers, Damien ULiege et al

in EPSC Abstracts Vol. 15, EPSC2021-178 (2021, September 01)

2I/Borisov - hereafter 2I - is the first visibly active interstellar comet observed in the solar system. It was discovered on August 20, 2019 and remained visible for several months, permitting ... [more ▼]

2I/Borisov - hereafter 2I - is the first visibly active interstellar comet observed in the solar system. It was discovered on August 20, 2019 and remained visible for several months, permitting observations with various telescopes around the world and in space. We observed 2I with UVES, the high-resolution optical spectrograph mounted on the UT2 telescope at Paranal observatory in Chile, with the objective to characterize its composition. We collected spectra at 12 different epochs between November 15, 2019, and March 16, 2020, covering a heliocentric distance range from 2.1 au pre-perihelion to 2.6 au post-perihelion.Our observations allowed us to make several key measurements, some being made for the first time in the coma of an interstellar comet. We detected emissions from the radicals OH, NH, CN, CH, C2, and NH2, the [OI]forbidden oxygen lines at 557.73, 630.03, and 636.37 nm, as well as several FeI and NiI lines. We derived the abundance of FeI and NiI in the coma using the model described in [1] and find log Q(NiI)=21.88±0.07 molecules/s and Q(FeI)=21.67±0.16 molecules/s, corresponding to log(NiI/FeI)=0.21±0.18. This ratio agrees with the value recently found in solar system comets [1], as shown in Fig. 1.NH2 ortho and para lines from the ro-vibronic (0,8,0) and (0,9,0) bands were measured and allowed us to derive a NH2 ortho-to-para ratio (OPR) of 3.21±0.15, corresponding to an OPR and spin temperature of ammonia of 1.11±0.08 and 31+10/-5 K, respectively. These values are consistent with measurements in solar system comets and likely reflect the physico-chemical conditions in the comet inner coma.We measured the three forbidden oxygen lines and determined the ratio between the intensity of the green [OI] line and the red doublet. We obtained a rather high value G/R=0.31±0.05 close to perihelion, with possibly an increasing trend while the comet moved away from the Sun. This is consistent with the high CO abundance in the coma of 2I and the increase of the CO/H2O ratio with the heliocentric distance [2,3].Finally, from the OH (0-0) emission band around 309 nm we derived a water production rate of (2.2±0.2) x 1026 molecules/s close to perihelion on December 24 and 26, 2019.In conclusion, high spectral resolution observations of 2I/Borisov and the associated measurements of the NH2OPR and the Ni/Fe abundance ratio are remarkably similar to solar system comets. The measured G/R ratio is unusually high but consistent with the high abundance ratio of CO/H2O found by other investigators [2,3] and potentially suggesting formation in a colder environment. Figure 1: Comparison between the log(Ni/Fe) ratio of 2I and the values measured by [1] for a sample of solar system comets (Jupiter Family Comets (JFC), Oort Cloud Comets (OC), and Halley Type Comets (HTC)). The horizontal line represents the average value for solar system comets from [1]. References:[1] Manfroid, J., Hutsemékers, D., & Jehin, E. 2021, Nature, 593, 372[2] Cordiner, M. A., Milam, S. N., Biver, N., et al. 2020, Nature Astronomy, 4, 861[3] Bodewits, D., Noonan, J. W., Feldman, P. D., et al. 2020, Nature Astronomy, 4,86 [less ▲]

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