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See detailLatest Devonian and early Carboniferous palynostratigraphy of northern Brazil and north Africa - a proposed integration of Western European and Gondwanan miospore biozonations.
Loboziak, S; Melo, J.H.G.; Streel, Maurice ULg

in Bulletin du Centre de Recherches Elf Exploration Production (2000), 22(2), 241-259

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See detailLatest Devonian to Early Carboniferous biostratigraphy of Northern Brazil: an update.
Melo, JHG; Loboziak, S; Streel, Maurice ULg

in Bulletin du Centre de Recherches Elf Exploration Production (1999), 22(1), 13-33

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See detailLatest discoveries in prostaglandin receptor modulators
Benoit, P.; De Leval, X.; Pirotte, Bernard ULg et al

in Expert Opinion on Therapeutic Patents (2002), 12

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See detailLatest results from the EXOZODI project
Bonsor, A.; Augereau, J. C.; Absil, Olivier ULg et al

Conference (2013, September 01)

High levels of warm dust observed in the inner regions of planetary systems are known as exozodis, reflecting their similarities with the Solar System's zodiacal cloud. Whilst the population of cold ... [more ▼]

High levels of warm dust observed in the inner regions of planetary systems are known as exozodis, reflecting their similarities with the Solar System's zodiacal cloud. Whilst the population of cold, outer debris discs is well characterised observationally and understood theoretically, many mysteries remain regarding the observations of exozodiacal dust. The observed small dust grains have a short lifetime against collisions and radiative forces. Even if they were resupplied from the collisional grinding of a population of larger parent bodies, as commonly suggested to explain cold, outer debris discs, the parent bodies could not sustain the observed dust levels in steady-state for anywhere near the age of the system. Further theoretical investigations, alongside observations of the population of exozodis, are required in order better understand the origin of the exozodiacal dust. Interferometry is perfectly suited to better characterising this population, as the emission from the exozodi can be readily disentangled from the stellar emission. We present results of a statistical survey that aims to characterise the population of exozodis around nearby stars using CHARA/FLUOR and VLTI/PIONIER, alongside theoretical investigations into the manner in which the observed exozodiacal dust may be linked with the dynamical evolution of the planetary system. [less ▲]

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See detailLatest results in forecasting and DLR related to Twenties and other projects
Nguyen, Huu-Minh ULg; Doutreloup, Sébastien; Erpicum, Michel ULg et al

Conference (2013, March 05)

The goal of the meeting was to further (see Minutes of the WG3-DLR meeting which took place in Liège, Belgium, November 27th-28th 2012) investigate the “Dynamic Line Rating DLR” potential for the ... [more ▼]

The goal of the meeting was to further (see Minutes of the WG3-DLR meeting which took place in Liège, Belgium, November 27th-28th 2012) investigate the “Dynamic Line Rating DLR” potential for the efficient management of electric grids in view of the increasing share of intermittent renewable energies (wind & solar) and to proceed with the preparation of two posi-tion papers dedicated to 1) DLR forecasting and 2) DLR planning. It was also aimed at finaliz-ing the Terms of Reference for the establishment of a new Working Group within the Cigré B2 Study Committee. [less ▲]

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See detailLatest results with LBTI's Vortex coronagraph: real-time tip/tilt sensing, new data reduction algorithms, and YSO observations
Defrere, Denis ULg; Hinz, Philip; Absil, Olivier ULg

Speech/Talk (2017)

Vortex coronagraphs are among the most promising solutions to perform high contrast imaging at small angular separations from bright stars. They enhance the dynamic range at very small inner working angle ... [more ▼]

Vortex coronagraphs are among the most promising solutions to perform high contrast imaging at small angular separations from bright stars. They enhance the dynamic range at very small inner working angle (down to the diffraction limit of the telescope) and provide a clear 360 degree discovery space for high-contrast direct imaging of exoplanets. In 2013, we installed and commissioned an L-band coronagraph in LBTI/LMIRCam and obtained outstanding images of the four planets around HR8799 during the first hours on sky. In this presentation, we will present the results of the latest data reduction performed with the VIP software that is developed at the University of Liège and that features state-of-the-art image processing algorithms inherited from the field of background subtraction in computer vision (including machine learning algorithms and low rank modeling algorithms). We will also present the results obtained with the second L- and M-band coronagraph that was recently installed in LMIRCam to enable binocular Vortex observations. During the first observations (October 2016), we tested and validated a new real-time post-coronagraphic tip-tilt sensing technique (called QACITS) to quickly align each beam on the center of their respective Vortex coronagraph and obtained observations of a young star showing disk features near the resolution limit of each aperture. Finally, we will present some exciting prospects for the Vortex coronagraph that will be installed on VISIR and ELT/METIS. [less ▲]

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See detailLatex, un peu, beaucoup (10. Miscellanées (1))
Dupont, Pascal ULg

in Losanges (2015), 31

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See detailLatex, un peu, beaucoup (11. Multitraitement)
Dupont, Pascal ULg

in Losanges (2016), 32

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See detailLaTeX, un peu, beaucoup (2. L'aspect terre-à-terre de la question)
Dupont, Pascal ULg; Henry, Valérie ULg; Sebille, Michel

in Losanges (2013)

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See detailLaTeX, un peu, beaucoup (3. Le béhaba)
Dupont, Pascal ULg

in Losanges (2014)

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See detailLaTeX, un peu, beaucoup (4. Les "équations" et leurs styles)
Dupont, Pascal ULg

in Losanges (2014)

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See detailLaTeX, un peu, beaucoup (5. Les macros)
Dupont, Pascal ULg

in Losanges (2014), 26

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See detailLaTeX, un peu, beaucoup (6. Tableaux)
Dupont, Pascal ULg

in Losanges (2014), 27

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See detailLaTeX, un peu, beaucoup (7. Tableaux (encore))
Dupont, Pascal ULg

in Losanges (2015), 28

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See detailLaTeX, un peu, beaucoup (8. Compteurs)
Dupont, Pascal ULg

in Losanges (2015)

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See detailLatex, un peu, beaucoup (9. Figures & tables)
Dupont, Pascal ULg

in Losanges (2015), 30

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See detailLes latifundia de l'agro romano
De Laveleye, Émile ULg

in Revue des Deux Mondes (Paris, France : 1948) (1872), Tome 99(période 2), 711-717

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See detailThe Latin American Exchange Rate Exposure of U.S. Multinationals
Verschoor, Willem; Muller, Aline ULg

in Journal of Multinational Financial Management (2008), 18(2), 112-130

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See detail“Latin American women in Brussels, defying their disadvantageous gendered positions through their Transnational Artistic Career.”
Vivas Romero, Maria ULg

Conference (2014, August 26)

The life goal of constructing Transnational Artistic Careers might open up opportunities for some migrant women who wish to participate in today’s global cities’ cultural domains. In this context, this ... [more ▼]

The life goal of constructing Transnational Artistic Careers might open up opportunities for some migrant women who wish to participate in today’s global cities’ cultural domains. In this context, this contribution is based on my first observations in the city of Brussels in which, I encountered complex dynamics of Latin American and Gender identities constructions, both among my participants and myself. Drawing from Transnational (Glick-Schiller and Levitt 2004) and Cosmopolitan Perspectives (Glick-Schiller, Tsypylma et al. 2011) I traced in a life-course fashion, the Transnational Artistic Careers (Martiniello and Rea 2011) that served the women invoked in my analysis, to develop cosmopolitan competencies. Such competencies, I argue became their tool to find recognition as well as to express, a sense of belonging that extended beyond ethnic categorizations deployed by more hegemonic perspectives. They described themselves as the entrepreneurs of their artistic careers while they developed through them alternative representations of how they wanted to be known by “others”. Concluding, by aiming to discover different forms of Transnational Artistic Careers this paper focused on the agency by which these women resisted and empowered themselves against racialized, and ethnicized global hierarchies of power. [less ▲]

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