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See detailLes acteurs civils dans la conservation de la biodiversité au Sud Sri Lanka : Ethnographie d'une ONG environnementale locale
Rosillon, Caroline ULiege

Conference (2013, June)

L’article se centre sur les résultats d’une enquête ethnographique menée au sein d’une ONG locale menant des projet de développement « durable » dans un village du Sud du Sri Lanka. À partir de cet ... [more ▼]

L’article se centre sur les résultats d’une enquête ethnographique menée au sein d’une ONG locale menant des projet de développement « durable » dans un village du Sud du Sri Lanka. À partir de cet exemple, la question posée est la suivante : « Comment les politiques locales et globales de la conservation de la biodiversité structurent-elles l’arène locale du village, s’intègrent aux formes de gouvernance locale et/ou participent à leur reconfiguration ?». [less ▲]

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See detailThe academic writing : what the students think of it
Scheepers, Caroline ULiege

Conference (2013, June)

The data which will be studied in this contribution arose from a Master's degree course in languages and French literatures. Our course aimed to support students in thesis writing, seeking to acculture ... [more ▼]

The data which will be studied in this contribution arose from a Master's degree course in languages and French literatures. Our course aimed to support students in thesis writing, seeking to acculture the students (Pollet) in the discursive peculiarities of this aspect of research in training (Reuter). During the course, we studied the aspects of this form of writing (« indications of of scientificity ») that need to be acquired by confirmed or young researchers: we consider phenomena such as enonciative care (Reuter, Vanhulle), modalisations (Bronckart), argumentation (Amossy, Plantin), discursive polyphony (Boch, Grossmann, Rinck)… At the end of the course, the students draft their own discursive analysis of a thesis. The analysis is at the same time descriptive (what indicators does the thesis contain that have been studied in the course?) and normative (does the thesis respect the standards seen in the course?). We shall study analyses drafted by the students under this focus : what reveal these works of the representations which the students built up themselves about the academic writing? The method of collecting data is very simple : we’ve studied the works of our students. In 68 works received, we shall identify the standards which the students track down, implicitly or explicitly, concerning the writing of the thesis. We shall confront the conceptions of the students with those emanating from researchers who work about academic literacies (Boch, Crinon, Delcambre, Grossmann, Guigue, Pollet, Rinck). The analysis, always current, shows in particular that the representations of the students and the experts do not coincide in every case: the writing has to remain neutral, the student cannot take a stand, he cannot discuss his sources... Certain student conceptions should be answered and reveal levels of literacy differentiated. Furthermore, these erroneous representations could represent an obstacle when the students will draft their own thesis. The questions are : what is the origin of these representations? How to lead all the students towards a more expert and more scientific knowledge of the academic writing? [less ▲]

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See detailTrees communities and filters to restoration along a periurban gradient of tropical forest degradation
Hick, Aurélie ULiege; Tooth, Martin; Tshibungu, Alain et al

Conference (2013, June)

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See detailDetermination of activation yields for fusion plasma escaping charged particles diagnostics
Chene, Grégoire ULiege; Bonheure, George; Delvigne, Thierry et al

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See detailSpecies delimitation and diversification in the widespread tree genus Milicia (Moraceae)
Daïnou, Kasso ULiege; Mahy, Grégory ULiege; Duminil, Jérôme et al

Conference (2013, June)

The long generation time and large effective size of widespread forest tree species can result in slow evolutionary rate and incomplete lineage sorting, complicating species delimitation. We addressed ... [more ▼]

The long generation time and large effective size of widespread forest tree species can result in slow evolutionary rate and incomplete lineage sorting, complicating species delimitation. We addressed this issue with the African timber tree genus Milicia that comprises two morphologically similar and often confounded species: M. excelsa, widespread from West to East Africa, and M. regia, endemic to West Africa. We combined information from nuclear microsatellites (nSSRs), nuclear and plastid DNA sequences, and morphological systematics to identify significant evolutionary units and infer their evolutionary and biogeographical history. We detected five geographically coherent genetic clusters using nSSRs and three levels of genetic differentiation. First, one West African cluster matched perfectly with the morphospecies M. regia, which formed a monophyletic clade at both DNA sequences. Second, a West African M. excelsa cluster formed a monophyletic group at plastid DNA and was more related to M. regia than to Central African M. excelsa, but shared many haplotypes with the latter at nuclear DNA. Third, three Central African clusters appeared little differentiated and shared most of their haplotypes. Although gene tree paraphyly could suggest a single species in Milicia following the Phylogenetic Species Concept, the existence of mutual haplotypic exclusivity and non-admixed genetic clusters in the contact area of the two taxa indicate strong reproductive isolation, and thus, two species following the Biological Species Concept. Molecular dating of the first divergence events showed that speciation in Milicia is ancient (Tertiary), indicating that long-living tree taxa exhibiting genetic speciation may remain similar morphologically. [less ▲]

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See detailHow Intellectual Capital Influences Innovation in Belgian Luxury Houses
Riguelle, France ULiege; Van Caillie, Didier ULiege

Conference (2013, June)

Since almost three decades, luxury houses have been tackling the increasing importance of groups and of private investment funds specialized in the luxury sector (Roux & Floch, 1996). Therefore innovation ... [more ▼]

Since almost three decades, luxury houses have been tackling the increasing importance of groups and of private investment funds specialized in the luxury sector (Roux & Floch, 1996). Therefore innovation has become an important source of value creation and of competitive advantage for them (Chevallier & Mazzalovo, 2008; Kapferer & Bastien, 2009). Reciprocally, luxury houses usually demonstrate a strong intellectual capital according to the definitions of Bontis (1998). Although the impact of intellectual capital on innovation has been widely demonstrated by scholars in a general scope (Subramaniam & Youndt, 2005), the existence and the nature of this influence has not been investigated in the luxury sector yet. The aim of our research is to highlight if a causal relationship exists in Belgian luxury houses, in order to validate or invalidate the results obtained by Subramaniam & Youndt (2005) and by Wu, Chang, & Chen (2008) within the luxury sector. [less ▲]

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See detailDetermination of activation yield curves for fusion escaping particle diagnostics
Strivay, David ULiege; Bonheure, George; Delvigne, Thierry et al

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See detailThe first three billion years of life Evolution
Javaux, Emmanuelle ULiege

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See detailComportement biogéochimique des métaux lourds des sédiments de Sebou en ressuspension à l'aval de la ville de Fès
Hassimi, H.; Debbaut, Vincent ULiege; Diouri, S. et al

Conference (2013, June)

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See detailModeling of damage to crack transition using a coupled discontinuous Galerkin/cohesive extrinsic law framework
Wu, Ling ULiege; Becker, Gauthier; Noels, Ludovic ULiege

Conference (2013, June)

One current challenge related to computational fracture mechanics is the modelization of ductile fracture and in particular the damage to crack transition. In this paper we propose to achieve this goal by ... [more ▼]

One current challenge related to computational fracture mechanics is the modelization of ductile fracture and in particular the damage to crack transition. In this paper we propose to achieve this goal by combining 1. A non-local damage model 2. The hybrid discontinuous Galerkin (DG)/extrinsic cohesive law (ECL) formulation As classical damage models for finite element formulations lose the solution uniqueness and face the strain localization problem when strain softening of materials is involved, the damage model is herein formulated in a so-called implicit non-local approach, following the developments in [1]. In this formulation, a new non-local variable, the non-local accumulated plastic strain eg, representative of an internal variable and its derivatives, results from the resolution of a new boundary value problem. Besides the advantage of using C0 elements, although the elements have now one additional degree of freedom per node, this approach also possesses the feature of being fully non-local. The hybrid DG/ECL method was recently proposed [2] to circumvent the drawbacks of the cohesive element methods. Indeed, with this DG/ECL method, prior to fracture, the flux and stabilization terms arising from the DG formulation at interelement boundaries are enforced via interface elements in a way that guarantees consistency and stability, contrarily to traditional extrinsic cohesive zone methods. Upon the onset of fracture, the traction–separation law (TSL) governing the fracture process becomes operative without the need to modify the mesh topology as the the cohesive elements required to integrate the TSL are already present. This DG/ECL method has been shown to be an efficient numerical framework that can easily be implement in parallel with excellent scalability properties to model fragmentation, dynamic crack propagation in brittle and smallscale yielding materials, for 3D problems and for thin structures [3,4]. In this work, the DG/ECL method is extended to account for the damage process, as described in the non-local setting. One main advantage of the DG/ECL formulation is the existence of interface elements in which the damage model can be solved, the hydrostatic pressure can be resolved, and through which discontinuities can easily be introduced with a physically-based criterion. [less ▲]

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See detailEVALUATION OF PERFORMANCES OF HYBRID ELECTRIC ENERGY STORAGE SYSTEM (LI-ION BATTERIES/ SUPERCAPACITORS) EV AND HEV APPLICATIONS
Lemaire, Julien ULiege; Nzisabira, Jonathan ULiege; Duysinx, Pierre ULiege

Conference (2013, June)

Electric and hybrid electric vehicles sound the best alternative to internal combustion engines. However, energy storage systems must have a sufficient power and energy density (to answer accelerations ... [more ▼]

Electric and hybrid electric vehicles sound the best alternative to internal combustion engines. However, energy storage systems must have a sufficient power and energy density (to answer accelerations, regenerate breaking power and have sufficient autonomy). The advantage of batteries is their relatively large energy capacity. But batteries life time and capacity are limited by the number and the magnitude of current peaks [1]. The efficiency also depends on the discharge current regime. More there is high peak current, more the efficiency decreases [2]. Electrical double layer capacitors (EDLC) have a huge specific power and long life cycle because of their internal working principles especially based on charges transfer [3]. The main disadvantage is low specific energy. A combination of the two systems is interesting to gain energy capacity and lengthens the life of the batteries by limiting current peaks inside. The aim of this study is to evaluate the performances of a hybrid energy storage system (Li-ion batteries and EDLC) using a simulation tool. Batteries and EDLC are assembled in parallel in a high power bus. Batteries are directly linked on the bus because their nearly constant voltage. Conversely EDLC have to be connected with a DC/DC converter. Efficiencies of the elements are dependent on the actual current within each component. Given a total energy capacity and a current profile, the difference in final energy capacity may vary from about 15% whether the storage system is composed of batteries and EDLC or not. With hybrid energy storage the batteries are less discharged because of presence of EDLC (particularly due to efficiency difference) and their life cycle is longer. [less ▲]

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See detailTime Controlled Cryogenic Zone Compression (t-CZC) GC-HRMS - A Novel Tool for Target Analyses at Ultra Trace Levels
Krumwiede, D; Mehlman, H; Focant, Jean-François ULiege et al

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See detailCadaveric VOC Profiles for Forensic Investigations
Stefanuto, Pierre-Hugues ULiege; Stadler, S; Forbes, S et al

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See detailRecent Advances in Blood Analyses of POPs
Brasseur, Catherine ULiege; L'Homme, Benjamin ULiege; Focant, Jean-François ULiege

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See detailLe juge, la loi et la nationalité belge - Quel rôle et quelle marge de manoeuvre pour le juge?
Wautelet, Patrick ULiege

Conference (2013, June)

Cette présentation a formé le support d'une intervention lors d'une conférence consacrée à la réforme du Code de la nationalité belge. L'intervention avait pour objectif de mesurer la marge de manoeuvre ... [more ▼]

Cette présentation a formé le support d'une intervention lors d'une conférence consacrée à la réforme du Code de la nationalité belge. L'intervention avait pour objectif de mesurer la marge de manoeuvre et d'appréciation du juge dans l'examen des demandes fondées sur le Code. L'analyse montre que la réforme de décembre 2012 a introduit un système limitant de manière importante la liberté d'appréciation du juge. Ceci apparaît clairement dans les demandes fondées sur l'acquisition de la nationalité par déclaration. [less ▲]

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See detailThe Evolution of Couple and Family Therapy in Europe: complex but not diverse enough
D'Amore, Salvatore ULiege

Conference (2013, June)

In Europe, family therapy has achieved an extraordinary level of development through the creation of schools, centers, journals and in particular in the European Family Therapy Association. Aside from the ... [more ▼]

In Europe, family therapy has achieved an extraordinary level of development through the creation of schools, centers, journals and in particular in the European Family Therapy Association. Aside from the traditional topics, it strikes me that European couple and family therapy develops complexity through neurobiology, evidence based family and couple therapy; and through the development of narrativist and constructivist approaches. But, the European take on the complexity approach does have certain limitations partly due to, not thoroughly enough, considering the concept of diversity. [less ▲]

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See detailVenus night side measurements of winds at 115 km altitude from NO bright patches tracking.
Bertaux, J.-L.; Gérard, Jean-Claude ULiege; Stiepen, Arnaud ULiege et al

Conference (2013, June)

N and O atoms produced by photo-dissociation of CO2 and N2 on the day side of Venus are transported to the night side in the thermospheric circulation. When the air parcel is descending, the recombination ... [more ▼]

N and O atoms produced by photo-dissociation of CO2 and N2 on the day side of Venus are transported to the night side in the thermospheric circulation. When the air parcel is descending, the recombination N+O→ NO produces the famous γ and δ bands of NO emission. Pioneer Venus (1978) suggested that the statistical center of the emission is off from the anti-solar point, about one- two hours in Local time after midnight. This is confirmed from SPICAV/VEX results, and the explanation generally accepted is the influence of retrograde super rotation. However, the emission takes place at 115 km, while VIRTIS/VEX, with maps of O2 emission (peak altitude 95 km) in the night side of Venus (recombination of O+O coming from the day side), has shown that the maximum of emission is statistically centered on the antisolar point. Therefore, there is no influence of super-rotation at 95 km. One way to explain this paradox is that the cause of the super rotation is different at 115 km and in the lower atmosphere. Alternately, some gravity waves could propagate from below, crossing the altitude 95 km with minimal interaction, and breaking around 115, depositing their momentum. Another consideration is that the altitude of N2 photo-dissociation is higher in the thermosphere than CO2, therefore the thermospheric circulation pattern may be different for the transport of N atoms, and O atoms. We have started building maps of the NO emission by moving around the spacecraft along its orbit on the night side. The idea is that NO emission is concentrated generally in rather well defined patches of light. Therefore, by comparing maps taken at 1 hour or 24 hr interval, we can make a “bright patch tracking”, and derive directly the velocity of the moving air parcel containing N and O (we are aware that a part of the motion could be due to a phase shift of a gravity wave, if it has some influence on the NO emission). Preliminary results from this exercise with Venus Express will be presented and discussed. [less ▲]

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See detailA ligament influences the diversification of damselfishes (Pomacentridae)
Frederich, Bruno ULiege; Olivier, Damien ULiege; Litsios, Glenn et al

Conference (2013, June)

The Pomacentridae (damselfishes) is one of the most successful families of reef-associated fishes (386 species). In 1981, Stiassny described a synapomorphic trait of the Pomacentridae: the cerato ... [more ▼]

The Pomacentridae (damselfishes) is one of the most successful families of reef-associated fishes (386 species). In 1981, Stiassny described a synapomorphic trait of the Pomacentridae: the cerato-mandibular ligament (CML) joining the hyoid bar (ceratohyal) to the internal part of the mandible (coronoid process of the articulo-angular). Here, we highlight that this ligament is lacking in at least 18 damselfish species from different subclades (i.e. Chrominae, Abudefdufinae and Pomacentrinae) and we explore the impact of its disappearance on lineage, morphological and ecological diversification through their evolutionary history. Using a time-calibrated phylogeny including 208 species, we found no support for different rates of lineage diversification between species that lack the CML and the others. Yet, the CML clearly governs a part of the morphological diversity in damselfishes. Indeed, the body and mandible shapes differ significantly between species without CML and the others. Evolutionary modeling of some phenotypic traits (i.e. body and mandible shape) mainly supports models with two rates of morphological diversification across the time-tree with the species without CML having a higher rate of morphological diversification than the others. Mapping the diet of all studied species illustrates that damselfishes lacking CML are highly zooplanktivorous species. Their shapes suggest they feed on planktonic copepods with a higher contribution of ram-feeding (i.e. predator movement towards prey) in comparison with the other planktivorous damselfishes. Finally, the CML could have promoted easy shifts among the three main trophic guilds in damselfishes (i.e. grazers, zooplanktivorous and omnivorous) during evolution but the disappearance of the CML allowed a functional specialization linked to prey-capture strategies. These results support the primary role of the CML in the evolution and diversification of pomacentrids. [less ▲]

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See detailp27(Kip1) as a master regulator of cortical neuron migration.
Godin, Juliette ULiege; Thomas, Noémie; Laguesse, Sophie ULiege et al

Conference (2013, June)

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See detailDynamics of the auroral bifurcations at Saturn and their role in magnetopause reconnection
Gérard, Jean-Claude ULiege; Radioti, Aikaterini ULiege; Grodent, Denis ULiege

Conference (2013, June)

We summarize recent results obtained with the UVIS instrument on board Cassini. They demonstrate that auroral signatures of magnetic field reconnection events in the flanks of the magnetopause are ... [more ▼]

We summarize recent results obtained with the UVIS instrument on board Cassini. They demonstrate that auroral signatures of magnetic field reconnection events in the flanks of the magnetopause are observed in the UV images collected by UVIS. [less ▲]

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See detailLes procédures européennes IPE & RPL
Berthe, Aude ULiege

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See detailDeveloping sustainable competences through the whole professional life
Dujardin, Jean-Marie ULiege

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See detailProbing single molecules with the AFM: force, dynamics, and function
Duwez, Anne-Sophie ULiege

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See detailThe Upper Paleolithic of the Ikh Tulberin Gol (Northern Mongolia): new excavation at the Tolbor 16 site
Zwyns, N.; Gladyshev, S.A.; Gunshinsuren, B. et al

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See detailReforming the Postal Universal Service
Gautier, Axel ULiege; Poudou, Jean-Christophe

Conference (2013, June)

The postal sector has undergone dramatic changes over the recent years under the double effect of ongoing liberalization and increased competition with alternative communication channels (e-substitution ... [more ▼]

The postal sector has undergone dramatic changes over the recent years under the double effect of ongoing liberalization and increased competition with alternative communication channels (e-substitution). As a result, the mail volume handled by the historical operator has declined sharply while the latter's ability to match the same standard of universal service may be under threat. Thus, a reform of the postal universal service is on the agenda. This paper examines possible reforming options ranging from keeping universal service within the postal sector to redefining universal service as spanning postal and electronic technologies. [less ▲]

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See detailAn incremental-secant mean-field homogenization scheme for elasto-plastic and damage-enhanced elasto-plastic composite materials
Wu, Ling ULiege; Noels, Ludovic ULiege; Adam, Laurent et al

Conference (2013, June)

This paper presents an incremental secant mean-field homogenization process for composite materials made of elasto–plastic constituents, which can exhibit damage. In this formulation, the residual stress ... [more ▼]

This paper presents an incremental secant mean-field homogenization process for composite materials made of elasto–plastic constituents, which can exhibit damage. In this formulation, the residual stress and strain states reached in the phases upon a fictitious elastic unloading, are considered as starting point to apply the secant method. The mean stress fields in the phases are then computed using isotropic secant tensors, which are naturally used to define the Linear Comparison–Composite. The method, remains simple in its formulation, is applied on various problems involving elastic, elasto–plastic and perfectly–plastic phases, to demonstrate its accuracy compared to other existing MFH methods. The method is particularly attractive when the damaging process is accounted for in the matrix phase. Indeed, during the damaging process of one phase, the secant method can account for the resulting unloading of the other phase, ensuring an accurate prediction of the scheme, when compared to direct numerical simulations. [less ▲]

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See detailClassification of foreign entities for corporate income tax purposes
Peeters, Bart ULiege

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See detailLa gestion des compétences tout au long de la vie
Dujardin, Jean-Marie ULiege

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See detailDéveloppement de méthodes de quantification en milieu complexe par chromatographie liquide microfluidique couplée à la spectrometrie de masse
Houbart, Virginie ULiege; Rozet, Eric ULiege; Crommen, Jacques ULiege et al

Conference (2013, June)

L’hepcidine est un biomarqueur peptidique dont l’intérêt tant comme outil de diagnostic que de suivi de pathologies est de plus en plus solidement établi. Il existe donc une demande forte d’outils ... [more ▼]

L’hepcidine est un biomarqueur peptidique dont l’intérêt tant comme outil de diagnostic que de suivi de pathologies est de plus en plus solidement établi. Il existe donc une demande forte d’outils sensibles et robustes afin de la doser au sein de milieux biologiques tels que le plasma ou le sérum. Une méthode analytique a été développée à l’aide d’un système chromatographique miniaturisé (nanoLC-chip) couplé à un spectromètre de masse permettant d’assurer un dosage de l’hepcidine à la fois sensible et fiable. Lors du développement de cette méthode, il a été constaté que la composition de l’échantillon avait une influence majeure sur la réponse analytique. Or, l’utilisation de systèmes chromatographiques miniaturisés implique souvent l’injection de volumes proportionnellement très importants par rapport aux dimensions du système, ce qui amplifie encore l’impact de sa composition. C’est pourquoi il est capital d’avoir une bonne compréhension des phénomènes qui ont lieu entre l’injection de l’échantillon dans le système chromatographique et la détection par spectrométrie de masse, et particulièrement lors du développement de méthodes analytiques quantitatives. Dans cette étude, nous avons utilisé la planification expérimentale afin de mieux comprendre le comportement chromatographique des peptides, ainsi que les facteurs qui influencent la sensibilité de la méthode développée. Un mélange de peptides a été sélectionné, varié tant du point de vue du poids moléculaire que du point isoélectrique et de l’hydropathie. Un plan de criblage a permis de délimiter le domaine expérimental ainsi que les facteurs significatifs parmi la composition de la phase mobile (proportion et nature de l’agent de paire d’ions) et de l’échantillon en lui-même (nature de l’agent de paire d’ions et proportion de solvant organique). Ensuite, un plan d’expériences factoriel complet a été mis en œuvre afin d’observer plus finement le rôle de chaque facteur ainsi que les interactions éventuelles qui les lient. Certains facteurs ont montré un effet très marqué tant sur l’intensité de la réponse que sur la rétention. Entre autres, la composition de l’échantillon, facteur parfois négligé lors du développement de méthodes, a démontré son importance capitale, en particulier sur les phénomènes de rétention des peptides. Les données obtenues ont également permis de dégager des conditions optimales d’analyse en termes de rétention et de sensibilité. Enfin, une analyse en composantes principales a également été réalisée sur le grand nombre de données récoltées dans le but de mettre en évidence d’éventuels propriétés physicochimiques des peptides qui pourraient avoir un impact significatif sur les réponses étudiées. [less ▲]

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See detailApplying a second gradient theory on reinforced concrete structural elements
Soufflet, Marc; Jouan, Gwendal ULiege; Kotronis, Panagiotis et al

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See detailMasculine Identities in the Metaphysical Detective Story: The Case of Paul Auster
Dechene, Antoine ULiege

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See detailTreatment for patients with disorder of consciousness
Thibaut, Aurore ULiege

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See detailIT Centralization and Enterprise-Wide IT Capabilities and Outcomes: A Public Sector Study
Markus, M. Lynne; Jacobson, Dax D.; Bui, Quang Neo et al

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IT capabilities, including IT governance, are widely believed to affect the value organizations derive from IT. This paper focuses on what may be an important strategy for building enterprise-wide IT ... [more ▼]

IT capabilities, including IT governance, are widely believed to affect the value organizations derive from IT. This paper focuses on what may be an important strategy for building enterprise-wide IT capabilities in large decentralized organizations: undertaking an IT centralizing reorganization to concentrate authority for IT activities and decisions at the headquarters level of an enterprise. IT centralizing reorganizations are theorized to change an organization’s IT governance in ways that promote capability development and enable enterprise-wide IT initiatives such as IT consolidation and outsourcing. These ideas are explored through a multi-method study of US state governments. [less ▲]

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See detailA micro-model of the intra-laminar fracture in fiber-reinforced composites based on a discontinuous Galerkin/extrinsic cohesive law method
Wu, Ling ULiege; Tjahjanto, Denny; Makradi, Ahmed et al

Conference (2013, June)

The hybrid discontinuous Galerkin (DG)/extrinsic cohesive law (ECL) method was recently proposed [1] to circumvent the drawbacks of the cohesive element methods. With the DG/ECL method, prior to fracture ... [more ▼]

The hybrid discontinuous Galerkin (DG)/extrinsic cohesive law (ECL) method was recently proposed [1] to circumvent the drawbacks of the cohesive element methods. With the DG/ECL method, prior to fracture, the flux and stabilization terms arising from the DG formulation at interelement boundaries are enforced via interface elements in a way that guarantees consistency and stability, contrarily to traditional extrinsic cohesive zone methods. At the onset of fracture, the traction–separation law (TSL) governing the fracture process becomes operative without the need to modify the mesh topology since the cohesive elements required to integrate the TSL are already present. This DG/ECL method has been shown to be an efficient numerical framework that can easily be implement in parallel with excellent scalability properties to model fragmentation, dynamic crack propagation in brittle and small-scale yielding materials, both for 3D problems and for thin structures [1, 2]. In this work, following the developments in [3], the DG/ECL method is extended to the study of composite materials failures at the micro-scale. The method is applied to study the transverse traction of composite materials in characteristic micro-volumes of different sizes. The method captures the debonding process, assimilated to a damaging process before the strain softening onset. It is shown that the density of dissipated energy resulting from the damage (debonding) remains the same for the different studied cell sizes. During the strain softening phase, a micro-crack initiates and propagates, in agreement with experimental observations. After strain softening onset, the extracted macroscale cohesive law, obtained by the method proposed in [4], is ultimately shown to converge for the different cell sizes. The predicted behaviors are then compared to experimental results obtained from laminate tests, and are found to be in good agreement. [less ▲]

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See detailNon-local multiscale analyzes of composite laminates based on a damage-enhanced mean–field homogenization formulation
Wu, Ling ULiege; Noels, Ludovic ULiege; Adam, Laurent et al

Conference (2013, June)

Properties of carbon fiber reinforced epoxy laminates are studied using an anisotropic gradient–enhanced continuum damage model embedded in a mean–field homogenization (MFH) procedure. The fibers are ... [more ▼]

Properties of carbon fiber reinforced epoxy laminates are studied using an anisotropic gradient–enhanced continuum damage model embedded in a mean–field homogenization (MFH) procedure. The fibers are assumed to remain elastic, and the matrix material obeys an elasto–plastic behavior enhanced by the proposed damage model. The resulting multi– scale model is then applied to study the damage process at the meso–scale of laminates, and in particular the damaging of plies in a composite stack. By using the gradient–enhanced continuum damage model, the problem of losing uniqueness and strain localization, which happens in classical finite element simulations when strain softening of materials is involved, is avoided. As a demonstration a stack with a hole is studied and it is shown that the model predicts the damaging process in bands oriented with the fiber directions, accordingly to the conducted experimental results. [less ▲]

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See detailFactor complexity of S-adic sequences
Leroy, Julien ULiege

Conference (2013, June)

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See detailTowards a comprehensive framework for the assessment of groundwater drought in temperate regions
Tsakiris, Georges; Nalbantis, Ioannis; Vangelis, Harris et al

Conference (2013, June)

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See detailRéalité clinique d'une prise en charge orthodontique et pédodontique
CHARAVET, Carole ULiege; FOUCHER, France ULiege

Conference (2013, June)

Orthodontistes et pédodontistes travaillent en étroite collaboration dès le plus jeune âge chez l'enfant. En effet, nous recevons en consultation de nombreux patients nécessitant une prise en charge ... [more ▼]

Orthodontistes et pédodontistes travaillent en étroite collaboration dès le plus jeune âge chez l'enfant. En effet, nous recevons en consultation de nombreux patients nécessitant une prise en charge pluridisciplinaire. La communication entre ces deux disciplines s'illustre donc par un plan de traitement conjoint. Cette prise en charge sera argumentée au travers de différents cas cliniques issus de nos consultations : - Malocclusion dentaires : Dépistage et Interception précoce : * Aspects préventifs : Suppression des troubles fonctionnels, éducation du comportement alimentaire, encourager les fonctions préhension morsure et une mastication efficace. * Aspects interceptifs : Réalisation de meulages occlusaux pour réhabiliter une fonction masticatrice efficace, appareils de gymnastique * Gestion préventive des pertes de place - La dent de 6 ans : * Résorption atypique (Cas de premières molaires définitives bloquées résorbant les deuxièmes molaires lactéales) : Que faire ? Mise en place d'un mini fixe orthodontique * Première molaire définitive fortement cariée : Extraire ou conserver ? Quel est le bon moment pour extraire? Faut il symétriser ces extractions ? Dans le cas d'une édentation distale, comment appréhender ce problème pour éviter une prognatie mandibulaire ? Tout au long de cette communication, nous essayerons de mettre en évidence les stratégies adéquates pour ces traitements pluridisciplinaires auxquels nous sommes confrontés au quotidien. [less ▲]

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See detailThe amylolysin from Bacillus amyloliquefaciens GA1
Fickers, Patrick ULiege

Conference (2013, June)

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See detailDe l’expérimentation à la modélisation des propriétés hygrothermiques de parois isolées en paille
Louis, Arnaud ULiege; Evrard, Arnaud; Biot, Benjamin et al

Conference (2013, May 31)

First results of aPROpaille project are presented. The goal of this project is to improve the knowledge about hygrothermal performances of walls in which thermal insulation is mainly provided by straw ... [more ▼]

First results of aPROpaille project are presented. The goal of this project is to improve the knowledge about hygrothermal performances of walls in which thermal insulation is mainly provided by straw. Besides an overall properties characterization of straw and two types of earth plaster, a series of tests was performed to determine the hygrothermal properties of these materials: porosity, sorption curve, water vapour diffusion, capillary absorption, total water absorption, specific heat and thermal conductivity. The determination of these parameters required sometimes the implementation of unusual protocols or unreleased materials. Numerical simulations based on the properties defined in the test campaign are also presented. Results clearly point out the influence of the type of plaster and the orientation of fibres into straw bale. [less ▲]

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See detailLocal acceptance of windmills and lessons learned for nuclear projects
Rossignol, Nicolas ULiege; Schröder, Jantinne

Conference (2013, May 31)

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Diepart, Jean-Christophe ULiege; Dupuis, David

Conference (2013, May 31)

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See detailValue of PCR in the diagnosis of Group B Streptococcus (GBS) neonatal infection
PIERART, Julie ULiege

Conference (2013, May 31)

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See detailLa finestra in De Roberto, Pirandello e Borgese
de Seta, Ilaria ULiege

Conference (2013, May 31)

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See detailThe proposal for a financial transaction tax. Regulatory differentiation in the service of ‘fast track’ Europe
Van Cleynenbreugel, Pieter ULiege

Conference (2013, May 30)

In this presentation, I discussed the still-pending EU proposal for a financial transaction tax, the use of the enhanced cooperation procedure and the impact its adoption would have on the functioning of ... [more ▼]

In this presentation, I discussed the still-pending EU proposal for a financial transaction tax, the use of the enhanced cooperation procedure and the impact its adoption would have on the functioning of the EU internal market. [less ▲]

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See detailUsagers de l'eau et citoyens, acteurs d'une gestion intégrée des ressources en eau.
Rosillon, Francis ULiege

Conference (2013, May 30)

Après avoir défini la notion d’intégration environnementale et sociale dans le domaine de l’eau, nous verrons comment les usagers locaux et des citoyens peuvent intervenir dans ce domaine. Ceux-ci sont ... [more ▼]

Après avoir défini la notion d’intégration environnementale et sociale dans le domaine de l’eau, nous verrons comment les usagers locaux et des citoyens peuvent intervenir dans ce domaine. Ceux-ci sont invités à apporter leur contribution en vue d’une gestion intégrée des ressources et des milieux aquatiques à travers des approches participatives comme les contrats de rivière. Des exemples de pratiques locales à l’échelle de sous-bassin ou de masse d’eau seront présentés en lien avec l’application de la directive (européenne) cadre eau. Enfin, le caractère universel d’une démarche intégrée et participative nous conduira vers quelques applications du modèle wallon de contrat de rivière dans les pays en développement. [less ▲]

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See detailPrise en charge de l'hyperuricémie
Krzesinski, Jean-Marie ULiege

Conference (2013, May 30)

Plan du diaporama : •Métabolisme de l’acide urique •Risques de l’hyperuricémie•Goutte •Autres •Traitements •De la crise aiguë •De fond •Hyperuricémie asymptomatique •Cas cliniques

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See detailProblématiser les rapports entre extrême droite, médias et démocratie : les pistes de la médiation
Devresse, Jenifer ULiege

Conference (2013, May 30)

Cette communication s'inscrit dans le cadre d'une recherche doctorale en cours, intitulée "L'extrême droite dans l'espace public: le Front National français médiat(is)é". Il s'agit ici d'explorer et de ... [more ▼]

Cette communication s'inscrit dans le cadre d'une recherche doctorale en cours, intitulée "L'extrême droite dans l'espace public: le Front National français médiat(is)é". Il s'agit ici d'explorer et de discuter quelques fondements méthodologiques de ma recherche, en particulier la notion de "médiation" en tant qu'elle permettrait de problématiser les rapports entre extrême droite, médias et démocratie. [less ▲]

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See detailPrevalence of nowhere analytic functions
Esser, Céline ULiege

Conference (2013, May 30)

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See detailRéflexions sur la constitution d'un corpus nécessairement hétérogène
Hurel, Pierre-Yves ULiege

Conference (2013, May 30)

Comment aborder la participation dans les récits interactifs ? Afin d'apporter quelques éléments de réponse à cette vaste question, nous commencerons par définir l'objet « récit interactif » en le ... [more ▼]

Comment aborder la participation dans les récits interactifs ? Afin d'apporter quelques éléments de réponse à cette vaste question, nous commencerons par définir l'objet « récit interactif » en le comparant au courant plus connu des narrations émergentes. Cela nous permettra de montrer que les objets induisent une certaine idée de leur public et, en conséquence, de la participation. Nous passerons ensuite en revue quatre questions qui nous semblent essentielles dans le cadre d'une recherche sur ce sujet : Quelles sont les caractéristiques fondamentales de la participation ? Quelle est la place effective du public ? Comment cette place lui est présentée ? Quelles sont les prédispositions du public ? [less ▲]

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See detailA LATERAL SENSOR FOR THE ALIGNMENT OF TWO FORMATION-FLYING
Roose, Stéphane ULiege; Stockman, Yvan ULiege

Conference (2013, May 30)

The coarse lateral sensor is a system able to measure the lateral position between two satellites. It bridges the gap between the alignment accuracy achieved with the radio frequency metrology, and the ... [more ▼]

The coarse lateral sensor is a system able to measure the lateral position between two satellites. It bridges the gap between the alignment accuracy achieved with the radio frequency metrology, and the alignment accuracy required the highprecision optical metrology (fine-lateral and longitudinal sensor). The coarse lateral sensor developed at Centre Spatial de Liège (CSL) is a standalone unit. Once connected to an unregulated 28V power-supply, it delivers, the lateral position of a corner cube retro-reflector (within an angle of 10 arcdeg and from 25 to 250 m) and tracks this position at a rate of 10 Hz. The system is operational with the sun in its fieldof- view. Real time centroidisation algorithms allow tracking the image position and feed the on-board computer with this information via a RS422 link, allowing further position stabilization. The coarse lateral sensor has successfully undergone thermal qualification (40°C and -30 °C), and vibration test (high-level sinus, random and shock test in the 3– axis). [less ▲]

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See detailLa forêt vue du ciel ou comment quantifier la ressource forestière par LiDAR
Bonnet, Stéphanie ULiege

Conference (2013, May 30)

Présentation basée sur le principe du Pecha Kucha

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Radoux, Fabian ULiege

Conference (2013, May 29)

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See detailTernary LLE for systems composed of Biofuel Blends and Water
Pirard, Sophie ULiege; Dechambre, Dominique; Greiner, Lasse et al

Conference (2013, May 29)

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See detailHigh-Performance Work Systems and Well-Being: Mediating role of Work-Home Interference
Babic, Audrey ULiege; STINGLHAMBER, Florence; Hansez, Isabelle ULiege

Conference (2013, May 28)

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See detailThe evaluation of singing voice accuracy: How tolerant are we?
Larrouy, Pauline ULiege; Blanckaert, Ellen; Morsomme, Dominique ULiege

Conference (2013, May 28)

The evaluation of the singing voice accuracy is partly based on the precision of the intervals between the tones of a sung performance. This study aims to observe the listeners’ tolerance when judging ... [more ▼]

The evaluation of the singing voice accuracy is partly based on the precision of the intervals between the tones of a sung performance. This study aims to observe the listeners’ tolerance when judging melodies in order to properly evaluate the singing voice accuracy in a melodic context For this purpose, an interval contained in familiar and unfamiliar sung performances was manipulated in two directions (compression and enlargement from 10 to 60 cents). This material was presented through the method of limits procedure to 30 non-musicians. They were asked to define whether the melodies proposed were “in tune” or “out of tune” in a test and a retest. The accuracy thresholds for compression and enlargement errors as well as the tolerance zone were computed. The results showed that participants were consistent in their evaluation between the test and the retest. The tolerance zone (M = 42 cents, ES = 1.60) was not affected by the familiarity of the melody. Concerning the accuracy thresholds, participants were more tolerant when the interval was compressed (M = 25.68 cents, ES = .1.34) than when it was enlarged (M = 16.32 cents, ES = .91), for the familiar (t(30) = 4.94, p < .001) and non familiar melody (t(30) = 3.27, p = .003). This study highlights the ability of non-musicians to evaluate familiar and unfamiliar melodies with a similar tolerance. Furthermore, the error direction is relevant in perceptive rating and should be taken into account when defining a sung performance as “in tune” or “out of tune”. [less ▲]

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See detailHygrothermal behavior modeling of different Lime-Hemp Concrete mixes
Dubois, Samuel ULiege; Lebeau, Frédéric ULiege

Conference (2013, May 28)

This paper studies the specific hygrothermal behavior of Lime-Hemp concretes through analysis of non-linear coupled heat and moisture transfer using a research model. Three compositions were studied ... [more ▼]

This paper studies the specific hygrothermal behavior of Lime-Hemp concretes through analysis of non-linear coupled heat and moisture transfer using a research model. Three compositions were studied, varying the type of binder. First Moisture Buffer Value determination tests are lead experimentally using the NORDTEST protocol. These dynamic experiments, which reveal the moisture storage and exchange capacity together with latent heat effects, are then modeled using a set of partial differential equations. The reduction of humidity buffering capacity induced by hydraulic binder incorporation is properly evaluated and the hygrothermal parameters can be assessed by inverse modeling. [less ▲]

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See detailArts et sciences de l'art... en questions
Havelange, Carl ULiege

Conference (2013, May 28)

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See detailPavé-pelle-machette. Faut-il voir des films pour faire du cinéma (qui pense)?
Hamers, Jérémy ULiege

Conference (2013, May 28)

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See detailCan you resist the influence of others? Altercentrism, egocentrism and interpersonal personality traits
Bukowski, Henryk; Courtain, Audrey ULiege; Samson, Dana

Conference (2013, May 28)

As egocentric individuals, we spontaneously rely on our own knowledge and feelings when thinking about others. However, we are also altercentric individuals since our knowledge and feelings can be biased ... [more ▼]

As egocentric individuals, we spontaneously rely on our own knowledge and feelings when thinking about others. However, we are also altercentric individuals since our knowledge and feelings can be biased by what someone else (we think) is thinking. This study aimed to document the presence of egocentrism and particularly altercentrism and their potential relations to personality traits. One hundred participants completed a visual perspective-taking task optimised to measure both egocentric and altercentric biases. We further tested the presence of altercentrism in a task where participants had to make finger movements while inhibiting the imitation of someone else’s finger movements.This latter relatively simple and low-level altercentric interference measure correlated with participants’ altercentric interference in the visual perspective-taking task. I will describe how egocentrism and altercentrism propensities are distributed across individuals and how they relate to various interpersonally relevant personality traits (such as narcissism, machiavelism, and dispositional empathy). [less ▲]

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See detailImpact of benevolent sexism on assessment of dangerousness by novice and expert policemen: a study by eye tracking
Blavier, Adelaïde ULiege; Cardyn, Perrine; Gelon, Emilie et al

Conference (2013, May 28)

Our aim was to study how professional expertise may influence both visual perception of a scene and verbal judgment and how these 2 components interact and are influenced by benevolent sexism attitude. We ... [more ▼]

Our aim was to study how professional expertise may influence both visual perception of a scene and verbal judgment and how these 2 components interact and are influenced by benevolent sexism attitude. We studied how stereotype (here, benevolent sexism) influences both the eye movements and the verbal judgment according to the expertise. 3 groups of subjects (10 expert policemen-policewomen, 10 novice policemen-policewomen and 10 control subjects) answered to ASI questionnaire and assessed dangerousness of 15 images of domestic violence (individually and randomly presented). Eye movements were recorded while subjects looked at the domestic violence images. Our results showed the more benevolent sexist are the subjects (particularly the women), the more they looked at the victim and the lower they assessed the dangerousness. Moreover, novices answered more slowly and assessed ambiguous situations as more dangerous than experts. The differences between novices and experts were more important for women than for men, suggesting that professional experience has a stronger impact on women than men. Our findings confirm our main hypothesis suggesting sexism influences the visual analysis of a scene and thus the judgment attributed to the scene. Moreover, it seems professional experience does not modify the stereotype, particularly for benevolent sexist men. The discussion of all our results emphasizes their implication for a better understanding of our visual cognitive system (particularly the interaction between low-level visual analysis by eye movements and verbal judgment) and for the training of policemen (by taking into account the importance of their stereotype in complex interventions). [less ▲]

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See detailLe système social belge. Résilience et résistance à la globalisation d'un néo-corporatisme consociatif.
Verjans, Pierre ULiege

Conference (2013, May 27)

L'évolution du système social belge témoigne de la capacité à la fois de résilience des institutions et des acteurs face à la globalisation et de la résistance de ces mêmes institutions et acteurs aux ... [more ▼]

L'évolution du système social belge témoigne de la capacité à la fois de résilience des institutions et des acteurs face à la globalisation et de la résistance de ces mêmes institutions et acteurs aux contraintes du nouveau système de production. L'évolution des dernières décennies et les mouvements de ces dernières années permettent d'illustrer que le modèle de l'Etat social actif est défendu par les partis de gauche flamands et par le parti de droite francophone tandis que le modèle néo-libéral est prôné par les partis de droite flamands et que le maintien tant que faire se peut d'un système social est défendu par les partis de gauche en Wallonie. Une tension supplémentaire dans le système social et politique, donc. [less ▲]

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See detailThe Rewriting Ethos of Vertigo Comics, or, Critical Perspectives on Memory-Making, Canonization, and the Logic of Fields
Dony, Christophe ULiege

Conference (2013, May 25)

Vertigo, DC’s adult-oriented imprint, is often praised for having “fully joined the fight for adult readers” in the early 1990s (Weiner 2010: 10). Yet, little attention has been devoted to how this ... [more ▼]

Vertigo, DC’s adult-oriented imprint, is often praised for having “fully joined the fight for adult readers” in the early 1990s (Weiner 2010: 10). Yet, little attention has been devoted to how this “fight” has been played out. My contention is that Vertigo may have “redefined” the comics medium in developing a specific poetics which can be subsumed, albeit perhaps reductively, under the idea of “rewriting.” Intertextual strategies indeed pervade the Vertigo catalogue. The core titles that launched the label in the early 1990s (The Sandman, Animal Man, Swamp Thing, Hellblazer, Shade The Changing Man, and Doom Patrol), for example, are all critical transformations of characters from the DC universe. Other series such as Fables and Preacher critically engage with the revision and challenging of certain genres such as the Western or the fairy-tale. Yet other Vertigo narratives such as Uncle Sam, The Nobody, and Greendale rewrite and reinvent existing icons, stories, and cultural artefacts. This “rewriting ethos” seems pivotal to Vertigo’s development of a critical discourse on the history of the medium, to comics’ renewed perception and search for legitimacy. In exploring the specificities and implications of these intro- and retrospective discourses, I would like to show that Vertigo participates in a logic of commemoration and canon-making. More specifically, I would like to argue that Vertigo has used strategies of rewriting to support a distinctive agenda in the field of comics historiography, acquire “symbolic capital” (honor, prestige) and thereby possibly create a canon of its own which 1. undermines the dynamics of power relations structuring the field of American comics and 2. challenges Thierry Groensteen’s claim that comics is an “art without memory” that “gladly cultivates amnesia” (2006: 67, my translation). [less ▲]

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See detailQuel suivi pour le grand prématuré après la néonatologie ?
VIELLEVOYE, Renaud ULiege

Conference (2013, May 25)

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See detailBelgium’s ordinary landscapes seen by Belgians
Vanderheyden, Vincent ULiege

Conference (2013, May 24)

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See detail"Sound & Disgust"
Delville, Michel ULiege; Norris, Andrew

Conference (2013, May 24)

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See detailLight as a modulator of cognitive brain functions
Vandewalle, Gilles ULiege

Conference (2013, May 24)

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See detailConclusions
Delville, Michel ULiege; Von Hoffmann, Viktoria ULiege; Norris, Andrew

Conference (2013, May 24)

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See detailDes barricades au no man’s land. Paris et la guérilla urbaine de la RAF
Hamers, Jérémy ULiege

Conference (2013, May 24)

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See detailEstablishing Reference Systems on Soil Quality: Example of the “ReQuaSud” Laboratory Network in Wallonia – Belgium
Colinet, Gilles ULiege; Renneson, Malorie ULiege; Genot, Valérie ULiege et al

Conference (2013, May 24)

Soil quality is a central concern regarding sustainable multifunctionnality of cultivated and natural territories : food and non-food biomass production, environmental and ecosystemic services… Quality ... [more ▼]

Soil quality is a central concern regarding sustainable multifunctionnality of cultivated and natural territories : food and non-food biomass production, environmental and ecosystemic services… Quality indicators and reference levels are needed in order to evaluate the state of the soil resources from a given land, for land-use planning or and to detect any temporal evolution. Our department has been involved for years in the implementation of substantial databases about soil quality in the Walloon region. The communication aims at sharing our experience in the establishment of soil evaluation references and tools, geographic databases, time monitoring, analysis networking, applied to the questions of soil fertility and soil contaminations. The Requasud network is a regional initiative aiming at harmonizing the methods for soil sampling, analysis, and interpretation. We will present how 20 years of applied research led to the sound implementation of a dataset of more than 200,000 samples in cultivated fields all across Wallonia, and where are the remaining questions and needs for future research. Discussions should then focus to comparisons with the situations encountered by the participants to the Workshop. [less ▲]

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