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See detailLe dialogue social face aux nouvelles formes de sous-traitance dans le secteur de la construction
Pichault, François ULiege; Xhauflair, Virginie ULiege

in Arcq, E.; Capron, M.; Leonard, E. (Eds.) et al Dynamiques de la concertation sociale (2010)

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See detailDialoguer avec le Tiers paysage.
Hamers, Jérémy ULiege

Conference (2017, February 10)

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See detailDialogues interculturels entre Liège, Manaus et Quito
Vanden Berghe, Kristine ULiege

in Vanden Berghe, Kristine (Ed.) Amazonía: civilisations et barbaries (2009)

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See detailDialogues journalistiques
Vanesse, Marc ULiege; Delfosse, Luc; Delfosse, Colin

Conference given outside the academic context (2011)

Conférence conclusive du premier cycle des Jeudis du journalisme, suivie d'un entretien avec Luc Delfosse, ancien rédacteur en chef-adjoint du Soir, et son fils Colin, photojournaliste.

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See detailDialogues sur la Diversité
Brahy, Rachel ULiege; Dumont, Elisabeth

Conference given outside the academic context (2017)

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See detailDialogues sur la diversité
Brahy, Rachel ULiege; Dumont, Elisabeth

Book published by Presses Universitaires de Liège (2015)

D-I-V-E-R-S-I-T-É. Neuf lettres pour écrire un mot et bien plus qu’un mot : un enjeu fondamental de la vie en société. Egrenant chaque lettre de ce concept autour d’un chapitre spécifique, cet ouvrage est ... [more ▼]

D-I-V-E-R-S-I-T-É. Neuf lettres pour écrire un mot et bien plus qu’un mot : un enjeu fondamental de la vie en société. Egrenant chaque lettre de ce concept autour d’un chapitre spécifique, cet ouvrage est construit sur le principe du dialogue, du regard croisé à chaque fois posé entre un chercheur et un acteur spécialiste du terrain. Neuf mots, neuf concepts sont alors abordés pour éclairer cette diversité autour de thèmes : Discrimination, Intégration, Vie sociale, Extrême droite, Racisme, Stéréotype, Immigration, Territoire, Ethnicité et Classes sociales. Autant de mots souvent entendus, parfois galvaudés qui se retrouvent ici interrogés, débattus et argumentés, sous un regard neuf et original, à partir d’une approche interdisciplinaire. Tour à tour, le thème de la diversité est présenté au défi de sa gestion et de sa gouvernance, renvoyé à la question de la justice sociale, interpellé par la montée des peurs et des dérives les plus sombres. Liés aux tensions entre le social et l’économique, au poids des normes, à la question des identités, au jeu des oscillations entre visibilité et invisibilité, aux jeux de pouvoir et à la perte de souveraineté des États, les enjeux abordés et les niveaux de lecture sont multiples. Ils se laissent alors approcher pas à pas, pour mieux en saisir la dynamique. [less ▲]

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See detailDiametral dimension and property Omega Bar for spaces Snu
Demeulenaere, Loïc ULiege

Conference (2017, June 08)

Spaces Snu are metrizable sequence spaces defined by Jaffard in the context of multifractal analysis and signal treatment. From a functional analysis point of view, the study of these spaces points out ... [more ▼]

Spaces Snu are metrizable sequence spaces defined by Jaffard in the context of multifractal analysis and signal treatment. From a functional analysis point of view, the study of these spaces points out some topological properties, such as the facts they are locally pseudoconvex in general and locally p-convex in certain cases, Schwartz, and non-nuclear. In this talk, we focus on two topological invariants, namely the diametral dimension (Bessaga, Mityagin, Pelczynski, Rolewicz) and the property "Omega Bar" (Vogt, Wagner). Firstly, we revisit a result of Aubry and Bastin giving the diametral dimension of locally p-convex spaces Snu and extend it to some non-locally p-convex spaces Snu. Secondly, we explain how these developments can be used to prove that a subclass of spaces Snu (among which the locally p-convex ones) verifes the condition Omega Bar. [less ▲]

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See detailDiametral Dimension of some pseudoconvex multiscale spaces
Aubry, Jean-Marie ULiege; Bastin, Françoise ULiege

in Studia Mathematica (2010), 197(1), 27-42

Stemming from the study of signals via wavelet coefficients, the spaces S\nu are complete metrizable and separable topological vector spaces, parametrized by a function \nu, whose elements are sequences ... [more ▼]

Stemming from the study of signals via wavelet coefficients, the spaces S\nu are complete metrizable and separable topological vector spaces, parametrized by a function \nu, whose elements are sequences indexed by a binary tree. Several papers were devoted to their basic topology; recently it was also shown that depending on \nu, S\nu may be locally convex, locally p-convex for some p > 0, or not at all, but under a minor condition they are always pseudoconvex. We tackle here some more sophisticated properties: their diametral dimensions show that they are Schwartz but not nuclear spaces. Moreover, Ligaud’s example of a Schwartz pseudoconvex non p-convex space is actually a particular case of S\nu. [less ▲]

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See detailDiametral Dimension of topological vector spaces
Demeulenaere, Loïc ULiege

Scientific conference (2014, April 29)

We present the definition and the main properties of the diametral dimension. We give an application to prove that two spaces are non-isomorphic. We also consider the case of Snu spaces.

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See detailDiametral dimension(s) and prominent bounded sets
Demeulenaere, Loïc ULiege

Conference (2017, June 20)

The classical diametral dimension (Bessaga, Mityagin, Pelczynski, Rolewicz), denoted by "Delta", is a topological invariant which can be used to characterize Schwartz and nuclear locally convex spaces ... [more ▼]

The classical diametral dimension (Bessaga, Mityagin, Pelczynski, Rolewicz), denoted by "Delta", is a topological invariant which can be used to characterize Schwartz and nuclear locally convex spaces. Mityagin also introduced a variant of this diametral dimension, denoted by "Delta_b", using bounded sets in its definition, contrary to "Delta". In this talk, we present some conditions assuring the equality of these two diametral dimensions for Fréchet spaces. Among these conditions, there is the notion of existence of prominent bounded sets, due to Terzioglu. In fact, it appears that the existence of prominent sets is implied by the property "Omega Bar" of Vogt and Wagner. Finally, we describe a construction which gives Schwartz and nuclear non-Fréchet spaces E verifying "Delta_b(E) = \Delta(E)". [less ▲]

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See detailDiametral dimensions of Fréchet spaces
Demeulenaere, Loïc ULiege; Frerick, Leonhard; Wengenroth, Jochen

in Studia Mathematica (2016), 234(3), 271-280

This article provides new results concerning the equality between two diametral dimensions. It shows that this equality is true for hilbertizable Fréchet-Schwartz spaces. Moreover, it studies the notion ... [more ▼]

This article provides new results concerning the equality between two diametral dimensions. It shows that this equality is true for hilbertizable Fréchet-Schwartz spaces. Moreover, it studies the notion of prominent sets of Terzioglu and proves that the property "omega bar" of Vogt and Wagner implies the existence of prominent sets. Finally, it shows that the converse implication is true for regular Köthe sequence spaces and brings some spaces with prominent sets but which do not verify “omega bar” (among which there is the space H(D) x H(C)). [less ▲]

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See detailDiamine oxidase and disaccharidase activities in small intestinal biopsies of children
Forget, P; Grandfils, Christian ULiege; Van Cutsem, J.L et al

in Pediatric Research (1984), 18

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See detailDiamine oxidase in Serum and Small Intestinal Biopsy Tissue in Childhood Celiac Disease
FORGET, Patricia ULiege; Grandfils, Christian ULiege; Van Cutsem, J. L. et al

in Journal of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition (1986), 5

A relationship between disaccharidase and diamine oxidase (DAO) activities was looked for by measuring these enzyme activities in histologically normal small intestinal biopsies of 18 children. The range ... [more ▼]

A relationship between disaccharidase and diamine oxidase (DAO) activities was looked for by measuring these enzyme activities in histologically normal small intestinal biopsies of 18 children. The range for disaccharidase activities expressed in U g-1 wet weight was 0.1-5.7, 7.1-36.7, and 2.3-8.5 for lactase, maltase, and sucrase, respectively. The range for DAO activities expressed in nmol h-1 g-1 wet weight was 202-974. Significant correlations were found between disaccharidase and DAO activities (lactase versus DAO: n = 17, r = 0.80, P < 0.001; maltase versus DAO: n = 18, r = 0.70, P < 0.001; sucrase versus DAO: n = 18, r = 0.55, P < 0.05). Our results further support the hypothesis that DAO is a marker of small intestinal functional integrity in children. [less ▲]

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See detailA diamond AGPM coronagraph for VISIR
Delacroix, Christian ULiege; Absil, Olivier ULiege; Mawet, Dimitri et al

in McLean, I; Ramsay, S; Takami, H (Eds.) Ground-based and Airborne Instrumentation for Astronomy IV (2012, July 05)

In recent years, phase mask coronagraphy has become increasingly efficient in imaging the close environment of stars, enabling the search for exoplanets and circumstellar disks. Coronagraphs are ideally ... [more ▼]

In recent years, phase mask coronagraphy has become increasingly efficient in imaging the close environment of stars, enabling the search for exoplanets and circumstellar disks. Coronagraphs are ideally suited instruments, characterized by high dynamic range imaging capabilities, while preserving a small inner working angle. The AGPM (Annular Groove Phase Mask, Mawet et al. 20051) consists of a vector vortex induced by a rotationally symmetric subwavelength grating. This technique constitutes an almost unique solution to the achromatization at longer wavelengths (mid-infrared). For this reason, we have specially conceived a mid-infrared AGPM coronagraph for the forthcoming upgrade of VISIR, the mid-IR imager and spectrograph on the VLT at ESO (Paranal), in collaboration with members of the VISIR consortium. The implementation phase of the VISIR Upgrade Project is foreseen for May-August 2012, and the AGPM installed will cover the 11-13.2 μm spectral range. In this paper, we present the entire fabrication process of our AGPM imprinted on a diamond substrate. Diamond is an ideal material for mid-infrared wavelengths owing to its high transparency, small dispersion, extremely low thermal expansion and outstanding mechanical and chemical properties. The design process has been performed with an algorithm based on the rigorous coupled wave analysis (RCWA), and the micro-fabrication has been carried out using nano-imprint lithography and reactive ion etching. A precise grating profile metrology has also been conducted using cleaving techniques. Finally, we show the deposit of fiducials (i.e. centering marks) with Aerosol Jet Printing (AJP). We conclude with the ultimate coronagraph expected performances. [less ▲]

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See detailDiamond subwavelength gratings for mid-infrared AGPM coronagraph: manufacturing assessment
Delacroix, Christian ULiege; Habraken, Serge ULiege; Karlsson, Mikael et al

Conference (2010, October 26)

We present the manufacturing and measurement results obtained with a mid-infrared (L-band ~ 3.8 µm) diamond Annular Groove Phase Mask (AGPM) coronagraph (Mawet et al 20051), using subwavelength gratings ... [more ▼]

We present the manufacturing and measurement results obtained with a mid-infrared (L-band ~ 3.8 µm) diamond Annular Groove Phase Mask (AGPM) coronagraph (Mawet et al 20051), using subwavelength gratings and diamond-optimized micro-fabrication techniques such as Nano-Imprint Lithography and Reactive Ion Etching. [less ▲]

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See detailDiane d'Andalo
Close, Florence ULiege

in Fella, Audrey (Ed.) Les femmes mystiques. Histoire et dictionnaire (2013)

notice biographique de la bienheureuse Diane d'Andalo (Bologne, ca. 1200-1236)

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See detailDiane Project: Women’s Entrepreneurship
Constantinidis, Christina ULiege; Cornet, Annie ULiege

in ICSB 2003 Proceedings (2003, June 16)

Our research project aims to inquire whether there are any specificities in female entrepreneurship and if necessary to point them out. Our study will take different angles: first, the women-owned ... [more ▼]

Our research project aims to inquire whether there are any specificities in female entrepreneurship and if necessary to point them out. Our study will take different angles: first, the women-owned societies’ profile, second the women entrepreneurs’ business processes and finally the women entrepreneurs’ profile. Tools will be shaped in accordance with this analysis, in order to increase the awareness of women and intermediates of business creation and development. [less ▲]

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See detailDiane Ward
Delville, Michel ULiege

in Riggs, Thomas (Ed.) Contemporary Poets (1996)

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See detail"Diane" de Ron Regé, Jr.
Crucifix, Benoît ULiege

Article for general public (2015)

Diane, qui est présenté comme une adaptation de Ron Regé, Jr. à partir des strips originaux de William Moulton Marston et H. G. Peter, invite en effet à une réflexion sur le rapport de la bande dessinée ... [more ▼]

Diane, qui est présenté comme une adaptation de Ron Regé, Jr. à partir des strips originaux de William Moulton Marston et H. G. Peter, invite en effet à une réflexion sur le rapport de la bande dessinée nord-américaine à son héritage, frappée d’une amnésie sélective, particulièrement en ce qui concerne l’idéal utopique-féministe cultivé par cette origin story. La relecture que fait Regé de ces strips renforce et thématise cette question de l’héritage du féminisme au sein de l’histoire, reprenant à son compte mais en tout respect la fable mythologique de Marston. [less ▲]

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