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See detailLiège en 2005 : réalités et espoirs
Merenne-Schoumaker, Bernadette ULg

in Renardy, Christine (Ed.) Liège et l’exposition universelle de 1905 (2005)

Situation of Liege in 2005; main strengths and challenges

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See detailLiège et Ianchelevici
Duchesne, Jean-Patrick ULg

in Catalogue de l'exposition Ianchelevici. Regard sur l'artiste (1997)

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See detailLiège et l’Allemagne au XXe siècle. Quelques réflexions sur un voisinage compliqué
Brüll, Christoph ULg

in Lanneau, Catherine (Ed.) Radicalités, identités, patries. Hommage au professeur Francis Balace (2009)

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See detailLiège et la cour de Rome au XIVe siècle
Kurth, Godefroid ULg

in Bulletin de l'Institut Historique Belge de Rome (1922), (2), 1-43

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See detailLiège et la France : de l’amitié à l’alliance
Balace, Francis ULg; Lanneau, Catherine ULg

Conference given outside the academic context (2014)

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See detailLiège et la publicité par affichage. Combien ça rapporte?
Ozer, Pierre ULg

Conference given outside the academic context (2015)

Conférence-débat avec : - Pierre-Jean Delahousse (Paysages de France) - Christine Mahy (Réseau Wallon de Lutte contre la Pauvreté) - Valérie Xhonneux (Inter Environnement Wallonie Asbl) - Un-e ... [more ▼]

Conférence-débat avec : - Pierre-Jean Delahousse (Paysages de France) - Christine Mahy (Réseau Wallon de Lutte contre la Pauvreté) - Valérie Xhonneux (Inter Environnement Wallonie Asbl) - Un-e représentant-e de la Ville de Liège - Pierre Ozer, chercheur et chargé de cours ULg En 2016, le contrat de 15 ans liant la Ville de Liège au groupe publicitaire JCDecaux arrivera à échéance. Le moment est donc idéal pour réfléchir à l'avenir de l'affichage publicitaire à Liège. Afin de lancer la réflexion, nous examinerons le cas de la Ville de Grenoble, qui a posé le choix audacieux de ne pas reconduire ce contrat. Quelles sont les raisons de cette décision ? Le contexte liégeois est-il similaire ? Quels sont les enjeux et perspectives de l'affichage dans l'espace public ? Le débat est ouvert ! [less ▲]

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See detailLiège et le palais des princes-évêques
Demoulin, Bruno ULg

Book published by Fonds Mercator (2008)

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See detailLiège et le TGV
Marchal, Jean ULg

in Journal des Ingénieurs (Le) (1986), (mensuel n°15), 8

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See detailLiège et Voltaire
Droixhe, Daniel ULg

in Bulletin de l'Académie Royale de Langue et de Littérature Françaises (2000), LXXVIII(1-2-3-4), 39-48

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See detailLiège experience in donation after cardiac death liver transplantation: 2003-2011
Le Dinh, Hieu ULg; DELWAIDE, Jean ULg; MONARD, Josée ULg et al

in Acta Chirurgica Belgica (2012, May), 112(3), 6811

Objectives: Results of DCD-LT at the University Hospital of Liège were evaluated from 2003 to 2011. Methods: Medical records of 56 DCD liver recipients were retrospectively reviewed with regard to patient ... [more ▼]

Objectives: Results of DCD-LT at the University Hospital of Liège were evaluated from 2003 to 2011. Methods: Medical records of 56 DCD liver recipients were retrospectively reviewed with regard to patient and graft survivals and biliary complications. Mean follow-up was 26.4 months. Mean donor age was 56.3±14.5 years (25 - 83). Donor causes of death were due to anoxia (51.8%), stroke (32.1%) and head trauma (14.3%). Mean WIT, CIT and suture time were 20.5±7.1min (10 – 39), 265.6±85.1min (105 – 576), and 40.8±7.8 min (25 – 61), respectively. 95% of liver grafts were locally shared. HTK was the most commonly used perfusion solution (86%). Mean recipient age was 56.6±10.5 years (29 – 73). Indications for LT included ESLD (53.6%) and HCC (46.6%). Mean MELD score at transplant was 15.6±6.1points (6 – 40). Results: No primary non-function grafts. Mean peak serum AST and bilirubin levels were 2520±3621UI/L and 50.2±49.2mg/L, respectively. Eight patients (14.3%) developed biliary complications. No intra-hepatic bile duct strictures or re-transplantation. Global patient and graft survival was 92.6% at 3 months, 92.6% at 1 year, 73.8% at 3 years and 60% at 5 years. Death-censored patient and graft survival at the corresponding time points was 92.6%, 92.6%, 87.7% and 87.7%. Thirteen liver grafts were lost during follow-up exclusively due to recipient deaths. The rate of HCC recurrence was 33.3%. Conclusions: Controlled DCD donors are a valuable source of transplantable liver grafts. Primary results are encouraging and apparently as good as those from brain-dead donation LT essentially due to short WIT and CIT. [less ▲]

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See detailThe Liège Game Lab: presentation of a young research center on videogames
Dozo, Björn-Olav ULg; Barnabé, Fanny ULg; Delbouille, Julie ULg et al

Conference (2016, June 09)

The main goals of the paper are, first, to present the Liège Game Lab, the different studies carried out in Liège on videogames and their specificities and, secondly, question our own position in the ... [more ▼]

The main goals of the paper are, first, to present the Liège Game Lab, the different studies carried out in Liège on videogames and their specificities and, secondly, question our own position in the research field. To do so, we will situate ourselves in relation to the main paradigms of game studies dominated in France by social sciences and in the world by English-speakers, with a particular attention to the domination’s concerns of a peripheral position. This paper will focus on presentation and discussion of the videogames’ study in a midsized French speaking University. The aim is, first and foremost, to question the domination’s issues related to a triple peripheral position: geographic, methodological and linguistic. - The University of Liège is indeed peripheral in Belgium, in comparison to the centrality, geographically speaking, of the Universities of Brussels and Leuven. - The main group working on videogames, in French speaking Belgium, is the LabJMV (the “Games and Virtual Worlds” Laboratory), where the anthropological and sociological perspectives are dominant, while in Liège we developed more a communicative and literary outlook. - The OMNSH (the main association about game studies in France), which could be our “natural” link to the field because of the sharing language, is also dominated by social sciences and separated by a political frontier which could be seen as a boundary. - The DIGRA (the Digital Games Research Association), at the opposite, is geographically close to us (given that they are present as a chapter in Flanders), but disconnected owing to the difference of language (they publish mainly in English, we publish mainly in French). Despite of this peripheral position and making of it a strategic observatory of the tendencies of game studies, an original research hub emerged in Liège for two years. We chose to work on objects and/or with methodological perspectives which diverge of mainstream game studies: amateur game making, videogame press, Belgian players’ uses and poetical perspective on gaming practices. Various contingencies brought together at the University of Liège several researchers working more or less directly on videogames: students’ demands to write master’s thesis on videogames, the rise of grants from funding agencies like FNRS to study this medium and the development of Digital Humanities in the University of Liège. It is time, now, to question ourselves about the situation of the game studies in the University of Liège, but also the place of this University in the international field of this discipline. In first approximation, we can postulate that this gathering of researchers generated a shared research process, whose specificities stem particularly from the triple peripheral position (geographic, methodological and linguistic) of the University of Liège in the game studies field – as explained earlier. However, we would like to discuss this hypothesis not only on our own,but publicly, in the context of an international conference. Consequently, with this paper, we aim to present our group questioning our shared position and, at the same time, to expose a comparison of our five perspectives on videogames in order to understand in what ways they match each other and in what ways they create fruitful opposition. Björn-Olav Dozo and Boris Krywicky are interested in French speaking videogame press with book history’s methods. Pierre-Yves Hurel examines amateur game design with sociological tools (the dominant methodology in French speaking game studies), but these are serving communication and political investigations. Fanny Barnabé studies the same kind of objects (players’ creative practices of “misappropriation”), but through a formal and poetic approach (she analyzes the works so produced and not the players’ activities). Julie Delbouille, at the opposite, adopted a sociological and quantitative methodology, but investigated a restricted category of gaming practices: the French speaking Belgian players. [less ▲]

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See detailThe Liege GRISM search for quasars
Gosset, Eric ULg; Surdej, Jean ULg; Cheng, F. H. et al

in Crampton, David (Ed.) Proceedings of a workshop "The Space Distribution of Quasars", ASP Conference Series, Vol. 21 (1991)

We report on an on-going grism survey in which nine fields, one degree in diameter, have been searched for quasar-candidates. The selection techniques, the different calibrations, as well as the ... [more ▼]

We report on an on-going grism survey in which nine fields, one degree in diameter, have been searched for quasar-candidates. The selection techniques, the different calibrations, as well as the spectroscopic follow-up are briefly described. [less ▲]

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See detailLiège nourrit Liège : un rêve ou une réalité ?
Ozer, Pierre ULg

Speech/Talk (2015)

Agriculteurs, citoyens, jardiniers… de nombreuses personnes se bougent pour un autre système alimentaire à Liège. Que ça soit en zone urbaine, péri-urbaine ou rurale, à petite ou grande échelle, toutes ... [more ▼]

Agriculteurs, citoyens, jardiniers… de nombreuses personnes se bougent pour un autre système alimentaire à Liège. Que ça soit en zone urbaine, péri-urbaine ou rurale, à petite ou grande échelle, toutes visent le même objectif : produire localement et rendre accessible la consommation de ces produits locaux, tant au niveau financier que géographique. Ce débat propose de partir de quelques témoignages d’acteurs locaux qui expérimentent des modèles alternatifs en matière de production, de transformation et de distribution alimentaire, pour ensuite questionner, avec le public, le rôle, l’impact et les ambitions de ces initiatives en région liégeoise. [less ▲]

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See detailThe Liège ORBi model: Mandatory policy without rights retention but linked to assessment processes
Rentier, Bernard ULg; Thirion, Paul ULg

Conference given outside the academic context (2011)

The decision to build an institutional repository at the University of Liège was taken in 2005. It took 3 years to prepare for a faultless start in November 2008. A strong communication campaign conveyed ... [more ▼]

The decision to build an institutional repository at the University of Liège was taken in 2005. It took 3 years to prepare for a faultless start in November 2008. A strong communication campaign conveyed the Open Access concept to the ULg research community. A name was coined to personalise the concept : ORBi (Open Repository and Bibliography, http://orbi.ulg.ac.be/), suggesting an improved worldwide audience. A special effort in internal communication was devoted to acceptance of the mandate. It appeared essential to make it plain that ORBi would offer an unprecedented increase in readership, but that it would only be valuable if all ULg members would abide by the new rules. Any mandate needs some coercitive persuasion. Rather than resting on advocacy, we linked internal assessment to the scientific production stored in ORBi. Those applying for promotion have no choice but to file all their production in full text. This created waves of progression. Since then, evidence for a much increased readership (about twice, http://opcit.eprints.org/) has transformed the early participants in strong advocates of the repository. 68,000 items have been filed, 41,000 (60,2%) with full text (only mandatory for documents published later that 2002). According to ROAR (http://roar.eprints.org ), out of 1,568 IRs, ORBi comes 27th for the number of references, 15th for « high activity level » and 1st for « medium activity level » (number of days with 10-99 deposits/day). ORBi is now considered a success by almost all ULg members. Its advantages to individual authors have become a better incentive than the mandate itself. [less ▲]

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See detailThe Liège Oscillation code
Scuflaire, Richard ULg; Montalban Iglesias, Josefa ULg; Théado, S. et al

in Astrophysics & Space Science (2008), 316

The Liège Oscillation code can be used as a stand-alone program or as a library of subroutines that the user calls from a Fortran main program of his own to compute radial and nonradial adiabatic ... [more ▼]

The Liège Oscillation code can be used as a stand-alone program or as a library of subroutines that the user calls from a Fortran main program of his own to compute radial and nonradial adiabatic oscillations of stellar models. We describe the variables and the equations used by the program and the methods used to solve them. A brief account is given of the use and the output of the program. [less ▲]

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See detailLiège prépare son avenir
Sporck, José A.; Baudot, Yves; Donnay, Jean-Paul ULg et al

Book published by EK. Wahle (1980)

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