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See detailImpressions du temps présent. L’exposition de Toma Muteba Luntumbue, Aimé Ntakiyica et Aimé Mpané
Bawin, Julie ULg

in Art Même : Chronique des Arts Plastiques de la Communauté française de Belgique (2007), (34), 38-39

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See detailImpressum Leodii... L’imprimerie à Liège avant Morberius
Adam, Renaud ULg

in Marchandisse, Alain (Ed.) Florilège du livre en Principauté de Liège du IXe au XVIIIe siècle (2009)

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See detailL’imprimerie à Bruxelles au temps de Charles Quint
Adam, Renaud ULg

Conference given outside the academic context (2012)

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See detailL’imprimerie à Liège avant Morberius
Adam, Renaud ULg

Scientific conference (2008, December 12)

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See detailImprimeurs en Brabant et en Flandre au temps de Philippe le Beau
Adam, Renaud ULg

in Wijsman, Hanno (Ed.) Books in Transition at the Time of Philip the fair. Manuscripts and Printed Books in the Late fifteenth and Early Sixteenth Century Low Countries (2010)

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See detailImprimeurs et société dans les Pays-Bas méridionaux et en principauté de Liège (1473-ca 1520)
Adam, Renaud ULg

Doctoral thesis (2011)

La thématique placée au centre de cette dissertation doctorale pourrait se résumer à cette question : comment les premiers imprimeurs se sont intégrés au tissu socio-économique des Pays-Bas méridionaux et ... [more ▼]

La thématique placée au centre de cette dissertation doctorale pourrait se résumer à cette question : comment les premiers imprimeurs se sont intégrés au tissu socio-économique des Pays-Bas méridionaux et de la principauté de Liège aux tournants des XVe et XVIe siècles ? Cette étude a été structurée autour de trois axes. La vétusté des synthèses sur le sujet et l’évolution constante de la recherche ont rapidement imposé la nécessité de réécrire en premier lieu un historique détaillé, ville par ville, de l’introduction de l’art typographique et de son évolution jusqu’en 1520. Les regards se sont ensuite portés sur le métier d’imprimeur avec des questionnements centrés sur le statut juridique et l’organisation de cette profession, sur le fonctionnement interne d’une imprimerie ainsi que sur la commercialisation des livres et le profil de la clientèle. Les résultats de la dernière partie sont le fruit d’une investigation dans la composition de la communauté typographique et d’une tentative de décorticage des trames réticulaires nouées avec les autres acteurs de la société urbaine. [less ▲]

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See detailImprint and Brush Cytology in the Diagnosis of Canine Intranasal Tumours
Clercx, Cécile ULg; Wallon, J.; Gilbert, S. et al

in Journal of Small Animal Practice (1996), 37(9), 423-7

Fifty-four dogs with nasal tumours were included in this study. Based on histopathology 52 tumours were malignant (36 epithelial and 16 mesenchymal) and two were benign (one oncocytoma and one ... [more ▼]

Fifty-four dogs with nasal tumours were included in this study. Based on histopathology 52 tumours were malignant (36 epithelial and 16 mesenchymal) and two were benign (one oncocytoma and one pleiomorphic adenoma). Malignancy was significantly more frequently diagnosed by imprint cytology (81 per cent of the cases) than by brush cytology (56 per cent). Brush cytology was a significantly more sensitive technique in epithelial than in mesenchymal tumours, while the sensitivity of imprint cytology was not affected by the histological type. Brush cytology determined an epithelial origin in 88 per cent of epithelial tumours, and imprint cytology in 90 per cent. In mesenchymal tumours, the scores were significantly lower, the histological type being determined in only 20 per cent and 50 per cent, using brush and imprint cytology, respectively. [less ▲]

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See detailAn imprinted QTL with major effect on muscle mass and fat deposition maps to the IgfII locus in pigs
Nezer, C.; Moreau, L.; Brouwers, B. et al

in Nature Genetics (1999), 21

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See detailImprints of glacial refugia in the modern genetic diversity of Pinus sylvestris
Cheddadi, R.; Vendramin, G. G.; Litt, T. et al

in Global Ecology And Biogeography (2006), 15(3), 271-282

Aim To understand the impact of glacial refugia and migration pathways on the modern genetic diversity of Pinus sylvestris. Location The study was carried out throughout Europe. Methods An extended set of ... [more ▼]

Aim To understand the impact of glacial refugia and migration pathways on the modern genetic diversity of Pinus sylvestris. Location The study was carried out throughout Europe. Methods An extended set of data of pollen and macrofossil remains was used to locate the glacial refugia and reconstruct the migrating routes of P. sylvestris throughout Europe. A vegetation model was used to simulate the extent of the potential refugia during the last glacial period. At the same time a genetic survey was carried out on this species. Results The simulated distribution of P. sylvestris during the last glacial period is coherent with the observed fossil data, which showed a patchy distribution of the refugia between c. 40 degrees N and 50 degrees N. Several migrational fronts were detected within the Iberian and the Italian peninsulas, and outside the Hungarian plain and around the Alps. The modern mitochondrial DNA depicted three different haplotypes for P. sylvestris. Two distinct haplotypes were restricted to northern Spain and Italy, and the third haplotype dominated most of the present-day remaining distribution range of P. sylvestris in Europe. Main concluions During the last glacial period P. sylvestris was constrained under severe climatic conditions to survive in scattered and restricted refugial areas. Combining palaeoenvironmental data, vegetation modelling and the genetic data, we have shown that the long-term isolation in the glacial refugia and the migrational process during the Holocene have played a major role in shaping the modern genetic diversity of P. sylvestris in Europe. [less ▲]

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See detailImprints of the quasar structure in time-delay light curves: Microlensing-aided reverberation mapping
Sluse, Dominique ULg; Tewes, M.

in Astronomy and Astrophysics (2014), 571(A60), 10

Owing to the advent of large area photometric surveys, the possibility to use broad band photometric data, instead of spectra, to measure the size of the broad line region of active galactic nuclei, has ... [more ▼]

Owing to the advent of large area photometric surveys, the possibility to use broad band photometric data, instead of spectra, to measure the size of the broad line region of active galactic nuclei, has raised a large interest. We describe here a new method using time-delay lensed quasars where one or several images are affected by microlensing due to stars in the lensing galaxy. Because microlensing decreases (or increases) the flux of the continuum compared to the broad line region, it changes the contrast between these two emission components. We show that this effect can be used to effectively disentangle the intrinsic variability of those two regions, offering the opportunity to perform reverberation mapping based on single band photometric data. Based on simulated light curves generated using a damped random walk model of quasar variability, we show that measurement of the size of the broad line region can be achieved using this method, provided one spectrum has been obtained independently during the monitoring. This method is complementary to photometric reverberation mapping and could also be extended to multi-band data. Because the effect described above produces a variability pattern in difference light curves between pairs of lensed images which is correlated with the time-lagged continuum variability, it can potentially produce systematic errors in measurement of time delays between pairs of lensed images. Simple simulations indicate that time-delay measurement techniques which use a sufficiently flexible model for the extrinsic variability are not affected by this effect and produce accurate time delays. [less ▲]

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See detailImproper ferroelectricity and multiferroism in 2H-BaMnO3
Varignon, Julien ULg; Ghosez, Philippe ULg

in Physical Review. B, Condensed Matter and Materials Physics (2013), 87

Using first-principles calculations, we study theoretically the stable 2H hexagonal structure of BaMnO3. We show that from the stable high-temperature P63/mmc structure, the compound should exhibit an ... [more ▼]

Using first-principles calculations, we study theoretically the stable 2H hexagonal structure of BaMnO3. We show that from the stable high-temperature P63/mmc structure, the compound should exhibit an improper ferroelectric structural phase transition to a P63cm ground state. Combined with its antiferromagnetic properties, 2H-BaMnO3 is therefore expected to be multiferroic at low temperature. The phase transition mechanism in BaMnO3 appears similar to what was reported in YMnO3 in spite of totally different atomic arrangement, cation sizes, and Mn valence state. [less ▲]

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See detailImproper ferroelectricity in perovskite oxide artificial superlattices
Bousquet, Eric ULg; Dawber, Matthew; Stucki, Nicolas et al

in Nature (2008), 452(7188), 732-736

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See detailIMPROVE - Design of Improved and Competitive Products
Giuglea, S.; Chirica, I.; Giuglea, V. et al

in DBlaS'2008, I&CT Intern. Conf. (2008)

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See detailIMPROVE - Design of Improved and Competitive Products
Giuglea, S.; Chirica, I.; Giuglea, V. et al

in DBlaS'2008, I&CT Intern. Conf., Istanbul, Turkey, 16-18 June 2008 (2008, June)

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See detailIMPROVE - Design of Improved and Competitive Products using an Integrated Decision Support System for Ship Production and Operation
Rigo, Philippe ULg; Dundara; Guillaume-Combecave, J.-L. et al

in COMPIT’2008, Edit. Rigo-Bertram, Univ. of Liege, Belgium, ISBN-10 2-9600785-0-0 (2008)

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See detailIMPROVE - Design of Innovative Ship Concepts using an Integrated Decision Support System for Ship Production and Operation
Rigo, Philippe ULg

in IMPROVE Workshop (EU Project FP6 n°031382), DUBROVNIK 17-18 Sept. 2009, Croatia, Editor V. Zanic – Univ. of Zagreb (2009, September 17)

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See detailIMPROVE SHIP DESIGN COMPLEXITY (EASYSHIP)
Hage, André ULg; Rigo, Philippe ULg; Caprace, Jean-David ULg

Report (2012)

Nowadays productibility has become a major design attribute for shipbuilding industry. If a ship cannot be manufactured or assembled efficiently, it is not properly designed. To increase the ... [more ▼]

Nowadays productibility has become a major design attribute for shipbuilding industry. If a ship cannot be manufactured or assembled efficiently, it is not properly designed. To increase the productibility of ships, the scientific community and shipyards has developed the concept of Design For Production (DFP) which can be defined as "Design to reduce production costs to a minimum, compatible with the requirements of the vessel to fulfil its operational functions with acceptable safety, reliability and efficiency". DFP optimises all the manufacturing functions (fabrication, assembly, test, procurement, delivery, service, repair, etc.) that reduce the production work content while still meeting the specified design requirements and quality. The goal is to include the impact of design decisions on the production process. Time pressures on commercial ship contracts result in the overlapping of phases of design development, procurement and production. This makes the impact of engineering changes more difficult to manage. There is a need to systematically study the detail design process and its impact on construction with the objective to improve the process and its integration with construction. DFP can significantly reduce the costs, since ships can be quickly assembled from fewer parts. Thus, ships are easier to build and assemble, in less time, with better quality. Designers will save time and money by the reduction of the production complexity. [less ▲]

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