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[more ▼]Ces dernières années, les institutions Européennes ont joué un rôle clé dans la régulation et l’orientation des politiques publiques pour l’emploi des États-membres (Amparo-Serrano et Martin-Martin, 2012). Dans ce cadre, la flexicurité s’est imposée comme une référence des politiques en matière de droit du travail, d’emploi, de sécurité sociale et de formation professionnelle (Conter et Orianne, 2011). En Belgique, cette exigence d’allier flexibilité et sécurité sur le marché du travail a constitué le cœur de nombreux discours et programmes politiques, pour finir par s’estomper progressivement, à la suite de crises financières et économiques l’ayant fortement éprouvé. Ce « concept » a-t-il pour autant effectivement disparu ? À partir d’une étude qualitative basée sur des entretiens semi-directifs menés auprès d’acteurs institutionnels – experts et analystes du marché du travail – nous nous sommes rendu compte que si la sémantique n’est plus, les principes de flexicurité sont, quant à eux, toujours présents dans le discours des individus. De plus, ces principes semblent détenir une portée normative de taille quant à la redéfinition de l’articulation des temporalités sociales : d’une sécurité de l’emploi, nous serions en train d’effectuer un glissement vers une sécurité en emploi de l’individu. La rhétorique n’est pas innocente : désormais, ce n’est plus tant l’individu qu’il s’agit de protéger (droit du travail, etc.) mais bien les transitions – multiples et sinueuses – opérées par ce dernier. Pour y parvenir, l’État le responsabilise : il doit désormais être capable de se prendre en mains : « c’est le passage d’un ‘État qui protège’ à un ‘État qui rend capable’ » (Vrancken, 2008). [less ▲]Detailed reference viewed: 29 (13 ULg) Quantitative Analysis of the Relative Abundance Changes Observed in Type I, III and V Collagen after Suspensory Ligament Injuries in HorsesShikh Al Sook, Mohamad Khir ; Baise, Etienne ; Piret, Joëlle et alin Anatomia, Histologia, Embryologia (2014, July)Introduction: The equine suspensory ligament (SL) injuries are an important cause of lameness in horses. Quantification of the relative abundance of the constitutive collagen types is essential to ... [more ▼]Introduction: The equine suspensory ligament (SL) injuries are an important cause of lameness in horses. Quantification of the relative abundance of the constitutive collagen types is essential to investigate the differences between normal and injured tissues. The aim of this original study was to precisely determine the different collagen ratios both in injured and normal SL. This approach is a rational step towards understanding the intimate mechanisms of SL repair and regeneration at the molecular and histological levels. Methods: Five Warmblood horses with visible signs of injury in only one forelimb SL were selected. Specimens were obtained from the central core of lesions in damaged SLs and from the corresponding regions in other healthy SLs. Collagen types I, III and V were purified by differential salt precipitation after collagen extraction with acetic acid containing pepsin and they were examined by transmission electron microscopy. The bands corresponding to types I, III, and V collagen were assessed by densitometry after SDS-PAGE. SAS software (SAS Institute 2001) was used for all statistical analyses. Results: Based on ultrastructural observations, purified fibers of types I, III, and V collagens have been identified. The relative proportions of type III and type V collagen were significantly higher in the specimens‎ from damaged tissue compared with specimens from normal tissue (P < 0.001). These changes were concomitant with significant decrease in type I collagen in the injured tissue (P < 0.001). Conclusions: Our study showed that after SL injury, the relative abundance of the different collagen types is modified. These changes are the molecular hallmark of a decrease in tissue quality and mechanical properties of the ligament. It lays down the bases of subsequent researches on the tissue regeneration that may lead to the development of new treatment strategies for damaged tissues, particularly in the equine SL injuries. [less ▲]Detailed reference viewed: 419 (100 ULg) Fatigue index reproducibility in isokinetic testingPaulus, Julien ; Croisier, Jean-Louis ; Bosquet, Laurent et alin De Haan, Arnold; De Ruiter, Jo; Tsolakidis, Elias (Eds.) Book of abstracts (2014, July)Detailed reference viewed: 39 (3 ULg) Risk assessment of soil compaction in Walloon RegionD'Or, Dimitri; Destain, Marie-France in Proceedings of geoENV2014 (2014, July)It is well established that soil compaction affects the growth and functioning of roots and disrupts the activity of microfauna and soil microorganisms, resulting in a loss of yields. Agriculture and ... [more ▼]It is well established that soil compaction affects the growth and functioning of roots and disrupts the activity of microfauna and soil microorganisms, resulting in a loss of yields. Agriculture and forestry using increasingly heavy machines, the risk of soil compaction is increasing accordingly. Chosen as indicator of the susceptibility of soils to compaction, the precompression stress (Pc) is calculated using the pedotransfer functions (PTFs) proposed by Horn and Fleige (2003). These PTFs involve eight parameters linked to the hydraulic and mechanical behaviour of soils: organic matter content, bulk density, air capacity, available and non-plant available water capacity, saturated hydraulic conductivity, cohesion and angle of internal friction. The challenge consists in producing Pc maps at the regional scale for Wallonia. Those maps should also be accompanied by estimation uncertainty map. Finally, the results should be exploited to produce compaction risk maps according to various frequent scenarios. In this paper, a methodology is proposed, combining geostatistics and Monte Carlo simulations, to achieve these goals. [less ▲]Detailed reference viewed: 34 (6 ULg) Synthesis of Pt/Carbon Xerogel Electrocatalysts for PEM Fuel Cells by the Multiple SEA MethodZubiaur, Anthony ; Chatenet, Marian; Maillard, Frédéric et alPoster (2014, July)Detailed reference viewed: 25 (1 ULg) HD 97658 and its super-Earth. Spitzer & MOST transit analysis and modeling of the host starVan Grootel, Valérie ; Gillon, Michaël ; Valencia, D. et alConference (2014, July)Super-Earths transiting nearby bright stars are key objects that simultaneously allow for accurate measurements of both their mass and radius, providing essential constraints on their internal composition ... [more ▼]Super-Earths transiting nearby bright stars are key objects that simultaneously allow for accurate measurements of both their mass and radius, providing essential constraints on their internal composition. We present here the confirmation, based on Spitzer transit observations, that the super-Earth HD 97658 b transits its host star. HD 97658 is a low-mass ($M_*=0.77\pm0.05\,M_{\odot}$) K1 dwarf, as determined from the Hipparcos parallax and stellar evolution modeling. To constrain the planet parameters, we carry out Bayesian global analyses of Keck-HIRES radial velocities, and MOST and Spitzer photometry. HD 97658 b is a massive ($M_P=7.55^{+0.83}_{-0.79} M_{\oplus}$) and large ($R_{P} = 2.247^{+0.098}_{-0.095} R_{\oplus}$ at 4.5 $\mu$m) super-Earth. We investigate the possible internal compositions for HD 97658 b. Our results indicate a large rocky component, by at least 60% by mass, and very little H-He components, at most 2% by mass. We also discuss how future asteroseismic observations can improve the knowledge of the HD 97658 system, in particular by constraining its age. Orbiting a bright host star, HD 97658 b will be a key target for coming space missions TESS, CHEOPS, PLATO, and also JWST, to characterize thoroughly its structure and atmosphere. [less ▲]Detailed reference viewed: 8 (1 ULg) How tDCS can help patients with disorders of consciousness?Thibaut, Aurore Conference (2014, July)Detailed reference viewed: 12 (1 ULg) Which are the determinants of homeownership ? A logit analysis for the case of BelgiumXhignesse, Guillaume ; Bianchet, Bruno ; Cools, Mario et alConference (2014, July)In market-oriented economies, high rates of homeowners are traditionally associated with positive economic effects and externalities. For this reason, public authorities have encouraged homeownership for ... [more ▼]In market-oriented economies, high rates of homeowners are traditionally associated with positive economic effects and externalities. For this reason, public authorities have encouraged homeownership for the last decades through taxation or subsidies policies. In Belgium, owner-occupation has been promoted since the end of the nineteenth century and homeownership policy is considered as a key element of the Welfare state. Furthermore, the effectiveness of these policies is fundamentally based on a clear understanding of what determines homeownership. Therefore, the analysis of tenure determinants can provide inputs for the definition or the renewal of housing, taxation and subsidies policies. Considering this interest, this paper investigates the issue of housing tenure in Belgium. On the basis of previous related research, a model of tenure choice is estimated using a sample of 6,962 households. The observations follow clearly the general trends described for other countries. Higher income and age, couple status and the presence of dependent children have positive influences on homeownership. In addition, locations presenting a high density of population and a high centrality are associated with a lower probability of homeownership compared with other areas. The underlying significations of these variables are discussed in the paper. [less ▲]Detailed reference viewed: 107 (49 ULg) Mars dayglow reviewStiepen, Arnaud Conference (2014, July)Detailed reference viewed: 13 (1 ULg) Early Prediction of Transient Voltage Sags caused by Rotor SwingsWeckesser, Tilman; Johannsson, Hjortur; Van Cutsem, Thierry in Proc. IEEE PES general meeting (2014, July)The paper investigates various methods to predict voltage sags at load buses caused by large generator rotor swings and following a transient disturbance. Three different prediction methods are proposed ... [more ▼]The paper investigates various methods to predict voltage sags at load buses caused by large generator rotor swings and following a transient disturbance. Three different prediction methods are proposed, which all use real-time measurements from PMUs. One of the methods uses a slightly extended version of the E-SIME method. The other two methods use measurements and process them by recursive least square estimation. It is shown that the prediction method employing E-SIME allows the earliest detection of a critical voltage sag with satisfactory accuracy. [less ▲]Detailed reference viewed: 28 (0 ULg) Nonparametric modelling of multi-stage assemblies of mistuned bladed disksNyssen, Florence ; Arnst, Maarten ; Golinval, Jean-Claude Conference (2014, July)Detailed reference viewed: 55 (18 ULg) Beyond the limits of a deductive approach based on ideal types and configurationsMoreau, Charlotte ; Pichault, François ; Mertens de Wilmars, Sybille Conference (2014, July)This paper presents an original theoretical model combining ideal-types and bundles in order to apprehend a poorly studied phenomenon, the professionalization of human resource management (HRM) in social ... [more ▼]This paper presents an original theoretical model combining ideal-types and bundles in order to apprehend a poorly studied phenomenon, the professionalization of human resource management (HRM) in social enterprises. This theoretical model elaborated from a literature review fits into a deductive approach. The first objective of this contribution is to show the added values and limits of such an a priori conceptualization. By replacing that model within the contextualist framework of analysis (Pettigrew, 1987) and by equipping that approach with adapted methodologies, some limits inherent in a deductive approach are avoided. The second goal of this paper is then to demonstrate how such a combination helps to pass over the limits of the theoretical model based on bundles and ideal types. [less ▲]Detailed reference viewed: 22 (3 ULg) application AND characterization of the lactoperoxidase system , a natural biological control of pest in cultivated and postharvest cropsBafort, Françoise ; Perraudin, Jean-Paul; Jijakli, Haissam Poster (2014, July)Detailed reference viewed: 8 (0 ULg) Smart Grid Energy Flexible Buildings through the use of Heat Pumps in the Belgian contextGeorges, Emeline ; Masy, Gabrielle; Verhelst, Clara et alin 3rd International High Performance Buildings Conference at Purdue (2014, July)Detailed reference viewed: 73 (11 ULg) At the Crossroads of Greek and Roman Medicine: the Contribution of Latin Papyri. I. Medical TextsMarganne, Marie-Hélène in Maire, Brigitte (Ed.) 'Greek' and 'Roman' in Latin Medical Texts. Studies in Cultural Change and Exchange in Ancient Medicine (2014, July)Far fewer Latin medical papyri, whether paraliterary, documentary or magical, have survived compared to Greek medical papyri, but they nonetheless provide interesting information about medical practices ... [more ▼]Far fewer Latin medical papyri, whether paraliterary, documentary or magical, have survived compared to Greek medical papyri, but they nonetheless provide interesting information about medical practices in the Graeco-Roman world, the relationship between Greek and Latin medical languages, and the choices made to use one rather than the other, a subject that has never been exhaustively studied. As part of the update undertaken by CEDOPAL since 2008 of the Corpus Papyrorum Latinarum, published fifty years ago by the late Robert Cavenaile, we have inventoried Latin papyri containing medical references, classifying them by type or nature of content, provenance, form, layout and writing. We finally analyse their content and what it reveals about the reception of Greek medicine by Latin or Latin-speeking writers. [less ▲]Detailed reference viewed: 39 (17 ULg) High throughput sequencing analysis reveals genetic variability and selection pressure in different murine norovirus genomic regions during in vitro replicationMauroy, Axel ; Taminiau, Bernard ; Nezer, Carine et alPoster (2014, July)Murine norovirus (MuNoV), a single stranded positive sense RNA virus belonging to the Caliciviridae family, is considered as a representative model for human norovirus infections, one of the most ... [more ▼]Murine norovirus (MuNoV), a single stranded positive sense RNA virus belonging to the Caliciviridae family, is considered as a representative model for human norovirus infections, one of the most important etiological cause of both epidemic and sporadic gastroenteritis cases worldwide. Four open reading frames are described into its genome: ORF1 codes the non-structural (NS) proteins, including the viral RNA dependent RNA polymerase (RdRp); ORF2 codes the single capsid protein (VP1), wherein two domains are present: a relatively conserved domain (“shell”) and a more variable domain (“protruding”); ORF3 codes a minor structural protein; and ORF4, currently only found in viruses genetically related to MuNoV codes a virulence factor. In this study, we demonstrated by high throughput sequencing that, during serial passages of MuNoV in cell culture, the substitution rates, estimated by Bayesian inferences, did not significantly differ across the five targeted genomic regions except one. These rates were similar in four genomic regions encompassing partial non-structural 1-2 protein (NS1-2)-, NS5-, NS6-, NS7 (RdRp)- and VP1-coding sequences (coding the conserved part of the protein also including the ORF4 region). In the partial minor structural protein-coding region, this substitution rate was however estimated to be at least one log higher when expressed as substitution/site/day. The precise localisation of the detected nucleotide point mutations (substitution, deletion and insertion) were reported as well as the quantitative increase or decrease of the sequences harbouring them along ten cell culture passages. The non-silent amino acid mutations were also depicted in 3D models for four out of the five studied regions. These results have important implications for different norovirus research fields, especially in terms of diagnosis, classification methodology and genetic evolution. [less ▲]Detailed reference viewed: 37 (0 ULg) Evaluation of process-driven spray retention model on ear-ly growth stage barleyMassinon, Mathieu ; Ouled Taleb Salah, Sofiene ; De Cock, Nicolas et alConference (2014, July)The efficiency of spray application of foliar plant protection products with hydraulic nozzles on vertically oriented and hydrophobic plants at early growth stages can be very low. The spray retention by ... [more ▼]The efficiency of spray application of foliar plant protection products with hydraulic nozzles on vertically oriented and hydrophobic plants at early growth stages can be very low. The spray retention by crop leaves is affected by application parameters resulting from nozzle kind, size and operating pressure as well as spray mixture physicochemical properties. When optimizing the spray application, such targets are often used to perform retention trials for comparative purpose, i.e. indoor grown monocotyledonous at two leaves stage. A typical arrangement consists in spraying few plants sufficiently spaced underneath the nozzle to avoid interference due to secondary droplets from impacts on other plants. However, retention trials turn out to ineffective for significantly discriminating between application methods and mixtures due to the high variability between trials resulting from the different droplets retained by each plant. An alternative to retention trials is to tackle spray retention with a physical approach at the droplet scale. Such tests are often performed using high speed imaging with high magnification optics to characterize droplet impacts; adhesion, rebound or shatter on small excised leaf areas and neglect, however, the overall plant architecture. The aim of this paper is to evaluate a droplet interception model connecting actual spray retention with process-driven retention models. In this study, barley plants (BBCH11) were sprayed with 2 formulations using the same nozzle. The actual spray retention was assessed by dosing a fluorescent tracer added to the sprayed mixture. The plants were placed linearly below the center of a single moving nozzle during sprayings. Each plant was reconstructed in 3D afterwards using a structured light 3D scanner and used as input for the model. A virtual nozzle was built on the base of droplet size distributions measured with high speed shadow imaging by performing an adjustment of the distribution by the method of moments. A ran-dom droplet distribution was allocated for each spraying of a barley plant. Droplet velocities were given to droplets on the basis of the droplet velocity – diameter correlation by resolving the droplet transport equations for different droplet sizes. Initial droplet positions were ran-domly given. The interception model is based on a mathematical formalism for the intercep-tion between triangles of the 3D plant and droplet directions. If the droplet impacts a leaf, the amount actually retained by the leaf was computed on the basis of the droplet impact energy and impact behavior from experiments with high speed shadow imaging. In conclusion, the interception model allowed determining the spray retention by plants and discriminating ap-plication parameters by explaining the variability resulting from various droplet size distribu-tions intercepted by single plant. [less ▲]Detailed reference viewed: 65 (20 ULg) Experimental analysis of 2:1 modal interactions with noncommensurate linear frequencies in an aerospace structureNoël, Jean-Philippe ; Renson, Ludovic ; Kerschen, Gaëtan in Proceedings of the 8th European Nonlinear Dynamics Conference (ENOC) (2014, July)Nonlinear interactions between modes with noncommensurate linear frequencies are studied. It is experimentally evidenced that a strongly nonlinear, full-scale aerospace structure may exhibit such 2:1 ... [more ▼]Nonlinear interactions between modes with noncommensurate linear frequencies are studied. It is experimentally evidenced that a strongly nonlinear, full-scale aerospace structure may exhibit such 2:1 interactions in typical testing conditions. The experimental observations are compared with numerical predictions. [less ▲]Detailed reference viewed: 28 (3 ULg) The Amik Lake in Southern Turkey over the last 4000 years, a new paleoseismological record of ruptures along the Northern Dead Sea FaultHubert, Aurelia ; El Ouahabi, Meriam ; Lebeau, Hèlène et alPoster (2014, June 30)The study focuses on the sedimentary record of the Amik Lake occupying the central part of a pull-apart basin. The Basin is crossed by The Dead Sea Fault (DSF), a major neotectonic structure in the Middle ... [more ▼]The study focuses on the sedimentary record of the Amik Lake occupying the central part of a pull-apart basin. The Basin is crossed by The Dead Sea Fault (DSF), a major neotectonic structure in the Middle East extending from the Red Sea in the south to the East Anatolian Fault Zone in the north. Around the Amik Basin, continuous human occupation is attested since 6000-7000 BC. Indeed the low-lying Amuq plain is covered by tell settlements first explored by Robert Braidwood in the 1930s. Our objective in this presentation is to look at major paleo-environmental changes recorded in the Amik Lake over the last 4000 years and in particular its potential paleoseimic sedimentary record. The lake has been drained and progressively dried up since the mid-50s so that it is not watered during the summer season and constitutes a unique opportunity to collect sediment records. Sediments were collected at 1 cm to 2 cm intervals in a trench and in cores up to a depth of 5 meters in the clay deposits. A diverse array of complementary methods is applied to study the records: magnetic susceptibility, grain size, organic matter and inorganic carbon (L.O.I), XRD mineralogy, XRF geochemistry, carbon geochemistry and clay mineralogy. The age of the record is constrained combining radionuclide and radiocarbon dating. The sedimentary record shows large earthquake related structural disturbances and smaller siliciclastic sedimentary events. The siliciclastic input would be related to enhanced detritical sedimentation related to earthquake shaking. The latter is further investigated looking at intensities and shake maps related to the last 19th century M>7 earthquakes in the area and landslide prone area in the lake catchment. [less ▲]Detailed reference viewed: 55 (6 ULg) Does neoadjuvant radiotherapy and the timing of surgery modify metastatic dissemination?Leroi, Natacha ; BLACHER, Silvia ; Marée, Raphaël et alConference (2014, June 29)Detailed reference viewed: 14 (3 ULg) Le questionnaire en recherche !Pétré, Benoît ; Guillaume, Michèle Conference (2014, June 28)Les pratiques médicales et paramédicales doivent prendre appui aujourd’hui sur les données dites probantes. Autrement dit, les données issues de la recherche guident l’action des professionnels de santé ... [more ▼]Les pratiques médicales et paramédicales doivent prendre appui aujourd’hui sur les données dites probantes. Autrement dit, les données issues de la recherche guident l’action des professionnels de santé! La qualité des résultats attendus au terme d’un processus de recherche dépend profondément de la qualité de l’outil de collecte des données utilisé. Parmi les outils disponibles, le questionnaire est certainement celui le plus utilisé dans le domaine de la recherche médicale et paramédicale. Si la conception d’un questionnaire parait simple aux premiers abords, une lecture plus fine des principes qui sous-tendent la mesure (fidélité, validité, objectivité) rend compte des difficultés rencontrées pour développer un outil de qualité. Après avoir resitué le questionnaire dans le processus plus général de la recherche, les étapes de construction du questionnaire seront précisées et les qualités de l’outil seront discutées. Cette présentation permettra la mise en lumière des avantages et des limites inhérentes au questionnaire. Il sera démontré que nul questionnaire n’est parfait et que les inférences et les interprétations qui peuvent être tirées des informations recueillies à partir de cet outil, doivent être réalisées avec précaution. [less ▲]Detailed reference viewed: 25 (10 ULg) Pitch fluctuations in accurate and inaccurate singers: are they the same?Larrouy, Pauline ; Pfordresher, Peter QConference (2014, June 28)The research presented here attempts to explore the fine-control of pitch during singing among accurate occasional singers and individuals whose singing reflects a Vocal Pitch Imitation Deficit (VPID ... [more ▼]The research presented here attempts to explore the fine-control of pitch during singing among accurate occasional singers and individuals whose singing reflects a Vocal Pitch Imitation Deficit (VPID). Most past research addresses individual differences at the level of entire sung notes or melodies. By contrast, in the present research we addressed whether VPID singers differ from accurate singers with respect to the way to reach, maintain, and stop a sung tone. In order to describe the “scoops” at the beginning and ends of tone, as well as other forms of instability, we adapted the model of Large et al. (2002), originally designed to model entrainment of timing during synchronization. This model was applied to 1461 notes performed by 12 VPID and 17 accurate singers from the database of Pfordresher and Mantell (2014). Finally, the parameter values across the VPID and accurate singers were compared. The results showed that the model fits tones performed by accurate and VPID singers similarly well. As expected, the median pitch across the entire sung note deviated from the target to imitate for VPID singers; at the same time, the proportion of these deviations that were overshoots (“sharp”) versus undershoots (“flat”) were the same for VPID and accurate singers (2/3rd under and 1/3rd above). Thus accurate and VPID singers differ in the magnitude but not the type of overall deviation they exhibit. Whereas no difference occurred between the singers regarding the direction of the scoop (up or down) at the start and the end of the tone, the amplitude of the scoops was significantly different between VPID and accurate singers. The present study highlights the difficulty of VPID singers to reach and stop a sung tone, which supports the hypothesis of a fine motor control deficit in this population. Furthermore, the pitch fluctuations described by the model would have to be investigated in research on pitch accuracy perception. [less ▲]Detailed reference viewed: 54 (1 ULg) Les botanistes verviétois au XIXème siècleGenin, Vincent Conference (2014, June 28)Detailed reference viewed: 37 (8 ULg) Workshop on Pitch Analysis for SingingLarrouy, Pauline Conference (2014, June 28)Two methods are actually used in order to determine if a vocal performance is “in tune” or “out of tune”, to better understand the causes of poor-pitch singing or to evaluate the quality/progression of a ... [more ▼]Two methods are actually used in order to determine if a vocal performance is “in tune” or “out of tune”, to better understand the causes of poor-pitch singing or to evaluate the quality/progression of a singer. The "subjective" method makes use of judges whereas the "objective" method uses computer tools to perform pitch analysis and to estimate the accuracy of sung performances. While the first method allows a rapid assessment, it lacks precision, which explains that the “objective” method seems currently preferred. However, several computer tools are available and each laboratory has its preference. In addition, the analytical procedure will depend on the purpose and data of the study. This workshop aims to provide an overview of the tools available and to discuss the advantages and limitations of existing methods. [less ▲]Detailed reference viewed: 11 (2 ULg) "La leçon d'Anatomie nerveuse"Bonnet, Pierre Conference (2014, June 27)Detailed reference viewed: 24 (2 ULg) AN INTEGRATED APPROACH FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF INHERITED DISORDERS IN BELGIAN BLUE CATTLE BREED IN BELGIUMSartelet, Arnaud ; Chapon, Samuel; Fasquelle, Corinne et alConference (2014, June 27)Detailed reference viewed: 24 (4 ULg) Optimizing the geometrical accuracy of 2D curvilinear finite element meshesRemacle, Jean-François; Lambrechts, Jonathan; Toulorge, Thomas et alConference (2014, June 27)Detailed reference viewed: 11 (0 ULg) Enforcement of accounting standards and their impact on the consistent application of IFRSYammine, Mira ; Olivier, HenriConference (2014, June 27)The objective of this study is to determine the impact of enforcement of accounting standards on earnings management. In line with previous studies, we have selected timely loss recognition, small ... [more ▼]The objective of this study is to determine the impact of enforcement of accounting standards on earnings management. In line with previous studies, we have selected timely loss recognition, small positive income, and earnings variability as proxies for earnings management. In order to reach our objective, we have defined our enforcement indexes using a survey on enforcement activities. The survey was prepared and sent directly to the institution oversight bodies that have an enforcement power on the application of IFRS in the studied countries. We find that the existence of an effective enforcement body that supervises the implementation and application of IFRS has reduced the frequency of large losses recognition, and have some impact in some situations on small positive income and earnings variability. Other tests are performed on specific enforcement activities such as pre-clearance and the sanctions imposed by the judicial system in a country. The study opens the door for additional investigations in the area of enforcement activities. [less ▲]Detailed reference viewed: 18 (1 ULg) Détection de l'érosion dans un bassin versant agricole par comparaison d'images multidates acquises par droneLisein, Jonathan ; Pineux, Nathalie ; Pierrot-Deseilligny, Marc et alConference (2014, June 26)Detailed reference viewed: 53 (9 ULg) Discrimination des essences forestières via des collections d'images multidates acquises par droneLisein, Jonathan ; Michez, Adrien ; Lejeune, Philippe Poster (2014, June 26)Detailed reference viewed: 28 (13 ULg) A probabilistic model of the adhesive contact forces between rough surfaces in the MEMS stiction contextHoang Truong, Vinh ; Wu, Ling ; Arnst, Maarten et alConference (2014, June 26)Stiction is a common failure mechanism in microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) in which two interacting bodies permanently adhere together. This problem is due to the comparability of adhesive surface ... [more ▼]Stiction is a common failure mechanism in microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) in which two interacting bodies permanently adhere together. This problem is due to the comparability of adhesive surface forces (e.g. Van der Waals forces, capillary forces) and body forces in the MEMS context. To predict the adhesive contact forces coupled with stiction phenomenon, the combination of the Nayak statistical approach with the asperity-based theories is a common solution. However, this method contains some limitations due to the underlying assumptions: infinite size of the interacting rough surfaces and negligibility of asperity interactions. Furthermore, the Nayak solution suffers from a considerable dependency on the choice of the minimum wave length considered in the surface representation, which remains diXcult to select. The main goal of our research is to propose an improved method (i) which accounts for the Vnite size of the interacting surfaces, (ii) accounts for the uncertainties related to these surface topologies, (iii) in which the minimum wave length selection is physically based, and (iv) in which the validity of the asperity-based theories is demonstrated. From the topology measurements of MEMS samples, an analysis of the power spectral density function is carried out to determine the minimum relevant wave length for the problem of interest (here capillary stiction). We also show that at this scale of interest the asperity-based theories remain valid for polysilicon materials. Moreover, instead of considering inVnite surfaces as in the Nayak approach, a set of surfaces, whose sizes are representative of the MEMS structure, is generated based on the approximated power spectral density analysis and using the Monte Carlo method. From this description of the contacting surfaces, the adhesive contact forces can be evaluated by applying the asperity contact theories, leading to a probabilistic distribution of the adhesive contact forces. In addition, as the contact forces are rooted from the micro-scale adhesive forces, while their consequence, stiction, happens at the macro-scale of the considered device, the multi-scale nature of the phenomenon is accounted for. To predict this macro-scale behavior in a probabilistic form, the uncertainty quantiVcation process is coupled with a multiscale analysis. [less ▲]Detailed reference viewed: 57 (9 ULg) Changements et enjeux définitionnels dans l’approche partisane. Entre changement "de" et changements/turbulences "dans la" trajectoire d’un problème publicPiet, Grégory Conference (2014, June 26)Detailed reference viewed: 35 (1 ULg) Bone markers in patients with CKDCAVALIER, Etienne Conference (2014, June 26)Detailed reference viewed: 10 (0 ULg) "La leçon d'Anatomie: Anatomy of a disaster: where are you when a complication happens?"Bonnet, Pierre Conference (2014, June 26)Detailed reference viewed: 10 (0 ULg) L’ancrage dans les herbiers à Posidonia oceanica. Conséquences chimiques de la destruction mécanique ?Abadie, Arnaud Poster (2014, June 26)La plante marine endémique de Méditerranée Posidonia oceanica, ou posidonie, forme en Corse des herbiers colonisant les substrats depuis la surface jusqu’à 40 m de profondeur. Ces herbiers constituent un ... [more ▼]La plante marine endémique de Méditerranée Posidonia oceanica, ou posidonie, forme en Corse des herbiers colonisant les substrats depuis la surface jusqu’à 40 m de profondeur. Ces herbiers constituent un véritable écosystème, l’un des plus riches en espèces de Méditerranée. Ils jouent un rôle écologique essentiel en oxygénant le milieu grâce à la photosynthèse et en séquestrant du CO2 au sein de leur complexe racinaire dans le sédiment (ou "matte"). Ces activités métaboliques entraînent une importante modification des conditions biogéochimiques du substrat qui favorisent le maintien de la plante. Les herbiers ont également une grande importance économique servant de nurserie pour de nombreuses espèces exploitées par la pêche commerciale et récréative. Les herbiers de posidonie se développant dans les zones côtières, ils sont impactés par les activités anthropiques (urbanisation, pollution, fermes aquacoles, ancrage) qui peuvent entraîner d’importantes destructions et des régressions de leur zone de recouvrement. L’ancrage intensif dans les herbiers à faible profondeur y génère des trouées, ou "intermattes". Les destructions engendrées par les navires de petite taille (< 10 m) peuvent, dans certaines conditions, être recolonisées par la posidonie. Cependant, dans la plupart des zones d’ancrage intensif en Corse, les intermattes ne sont pas recolonisées et leur surface peut souvent augmenter. De plus, certaines zones sont soumises à l’ancrage intensif de navires de plaisance de grande taille (> 20m), susceptibles de générer des intermattes d’une étendue plus importante. Ce phénomène d’expansion ne peut s’expliquer par la seule destruction mécanique. L’arrachage de la strate foliaire de la posidonie par les ancres semble entraîner de profondes modifications physiques et chimiques dans le sédiment. La photosynthèse via les feuilles étant ainsi altérée, il n’y a plus d’oxygénation du sédiment via les racines de la posidonie et un milieu anoxique défavorable à son développement paraît se créer. Des composés toxiques pour la plante, tel que le sulfure d’hydrogène (H2S), pourraient alors s’introduire dans ses tissues entraînant une limitation de son développement, voire sa disparition menant ainsi à une amplification des dégâts mécaniques de l’ancrage. Des observations seront réalisées tout autour de la Corse et notamment dans la Baie de Calvi, site atelier de la Méditerranée, qui a été définie pour mener la phase d’expérimentation. Les données récoltées à l’issue de ces travaux de recherches, réalisés dans le cadre d’un doctorat en entreprise (bourse CIFRE), seront compilées afin de mettre au point de nouveaux outils d’analyse de l’impact de l’ancrage. [less ▲]Detailed reference viewed: 54 (10 ULg) PLANTIGRADY DUE TO A LOCALIZED MYOPATHY IN TWO NEWBORN BELGIAN BLUE CALVESGenart, Marie; Evrard, Laurence ; Garcia da Fonseca et alPoster (2014, June 26)Detailed reference viewed: 20 (2 ULg) Antioxidant capacity and phenolic composition of red wines from various grape varieties : specificity of pinot noir.degives, Julien; Kevers, Claire ; DEFRAIGNE, Jean et alin Giuseppe Viali (Ed.) 3rd international conference on cellular environmental stressors in biology and medicine : focus on redox reactions (2014, June 25)Detailed reference viewed: 14 (3 ULg) A wavelet leaders-based climate classification of European surface air temperature signalsDeliège, Adrien ; Nicolay, Samuel Conference (2014, June 25)We present the wavelet leaders method as a tool to study the pointwise regularity of signals, which is closely related to some functional spaces. We use the associated multifractal formalism to show that ... [more ▼]We present the wavelet leaders method as a tool to study the pointwise regularity of signals, which is closely related to some functional spaces. We use the associated multifractal formalism to show that the surface air temperature signals are monofractal, i.e. these are regularly irregular. Then we use this result to establish a climate classification of weather stations in Europe which matches the Köppen-Geiger climate classification. This result could give rise to new criteria to determine the effectiveness of current climatic models. [less ▲]Detailed reference viewed: 5 (2 ULg) Trait decoupling promotes evolutionary diversification of the trophic and acoustic system of damselfishesFrederich, Bruno ; Olivier, Damien ; Litsios, Glenn et alConference (2014, June 25)Detailed reference viewed: 20 (0 ULg) Vehicle routing problems with multiple trips: using specific local search operatorsArda, Yasemin ; Crama, Yves ; François, Véronique et alConference (2014, June 25)In vehicle routing problems with multiple trips (VRPM), each vehicle is allowed to perform more than one trip during its working period. Classical solution techniques for this problem make use of existing ... [more ▼]In vehicle routing problems with multiple trips (VRPM), each vehicle is allowed to perform more than one trip during its working period. Classical solution techniques for this problem make use of existing VRP heuristics to create trips, together with bin packing methods aimed at assigning these trips to the available vehicles. The first contribution of this work is to propose specific local search operators for the VRPM. The operators directly integrate the multi-trip structure of the problem within well-known VRP operators. As a second contribution, heuristics using these operators are compared with classical solution techniques mentioned above. The comparison is performed by using the adaptive large neighborhood search metaheuristic as a common basis for both methods. The most classical version of the problem is studied as well as a variant involving time windows [less ▲]Detailed reference viewed: 58 (6 ULg) Study of virus-like particles of human papillomavirus (HPV-VLP) by capillary electrophoresisBettonville, Virginie ; Bastin, Renaud ; Thelen, Nicolas et alConference (2014, June 25)Detailed reference viewed: 28 (16 ULg) A wavelet leaders-based climate classification of European surface air temperature signalsDeliège, Adrien ; Nicolay, Samuel in Ruiz Garcia, Gonzalo; Rojas Ruiz, Ignacio (Eds.) Proceedings of the International work-conference on Time Series: Volume 1, Granada 25-27 June 2014 (2014, June 25)We explain the wavelet leaders method, a tool to study the pointwise regularity of signals, which is closely related to some functional spaces. We use the associated multifractal formalism to show that ... [more ▼]We explain the wavelet leaders method, a tool to study the pointwise regularity of signals, which is closely related to some functional spaces. We use the associated multifractal formalism to show that surface air temperature signals are monofractal, i.e. these climate time series are regularly irregular. Then we use this result to establish a climate classification of weather stations in Europe which matches the Köppen-Geiger climate classification. This result could give rise to new criteria to determine the efficiency of current climatic models. [less ▲]Detailed reference viewed: 30 (6 ULg) La cartographie cognitive des chargés de relations partenariales en processus de sélection des opérateurs privés.Remy, Céline Conference (2014, June 24)Detailed reference viewed: 11 (2 ULg) Effects of Eisenia fetida on metal uptake by Vicia faba and Zea mays from polluted soilsLemtiri, Aboulkacem ; Liénard, Amandine ; Colinet, Gilles et alConference (2014, June 24)Detailed reference viewed: 33 (12 ULg) Probing the conformational changes during desolvation of ions using orthogonal mobility methods (CE-IM MS)Far, Johann ; Kune, Christopher ; Delvaux, Cédric et alPoster (2014, June 24)Routine analyses using Mass Spectrometry (MS) detection became a very popular due to the low limit of detection, great sensitivity, selectivity and specificity. Moreover MS enables structural elucidation ... [more ▼]Routine analyses using Mass Spectrometry (MS) detection became a very popular due to the low limit of detection, great sensitivity, selectivity and specificity. Moreover MS enables structural elucidation and physical (or physicochemical) properties determination using low amount of not especially pure samples. One of these properties is substantially the stoichiometry determination of non-covalent complexes such as Ligand receptor systems (e.g. DNA-drugs, Hormones/drugs-receptor, quaternary structure arrangement of polypeptides, …). MS determination in native condition (Native MS) of this stoichiometry allows large scale screening of potential drugs candidates in pharmaceutical context. The addition of Ion-Mobility (IM) to mass spectrometry (IM-MS) with computational chemistry support allows the structural conformation monitoring (as Collisional Cross Section or CCS) and the elucidation of interactions of the non-covalent complexes. Nonetheless such determinations suppose/assume that desolvation steps and gas phase transfer during MS detection do not modify the tridimensional structure of these systems or the magnitude order of the involved interactions (dipole-dipole, dipole-ion, ion-ion, hydrophobic interactions). Further studies (Circular Dichroism, Nuclear Magnetic resonance, UV-Visible spectra …) are generally required to confirm the MS data but there are unfortunately time consuming. This project proposes the coupling of Capillary Electrophoresis (CE) to IM-MS in order to obtain in one injection the quantitative and qualitative data of non-covalent complexes and the monitoring of tridimensional conformation modification between the liquid and gas phase. Indeed CE allows the determination of numerous physicochemical properties (dissociation constant, pK values, hydrodynamic radius determination …). The structural data (i.e. hydrodynamic radius and CCS) are compared to the data obtained by IM-MS as a proof of concept using tryptic digest of Bovine Serum Albumine (BSA). [less ▲]Detailed reference viewed: 35 (8 ULg) La dimension écologique du changement professionnel : Le cas des réformes de la psychiatrie en BelgiqueThunus, Sophie Conference (2014, June 24)Le changement des pratiques professionnelles est un enjeu de longue date dans le champ de la santé mentale en Belgique. Depuis les années 1970, les réformes se succèdent afin de stimuler l’évolution d’une ... [more ▼]Le changement des pratiques professionnelles est un enjeu de longue date dans le champ de la santé mentale en Belgique. Depuis les années 1970, les réformes se succèdent afin de stimuler l’évolution d’une psychiatrie résidentielle, dans laquelle l’hôpital psychiatrique est l’acteur central du système de soins, vers une psychiatrie communautaire et des pratiques de réseaux, en vertu desquels l’hôpital est un acteur parmi d’autres ressources psychosociales et communautaires. En 2010, les ministres en charge de la santé mentale annoncent la mise en place d’une nouvelle réforme. L’objectif est de substituer un modèle de soins fonctionnel au modèle institutionnel ; c’est-à-dire d’achever le processus de transformation du système entamé plusieurs décennies auparavant. A partir d’une analyse longitudinale des principales réformes belges de la psychiatrie et de la santé mentale (1974-1989-2007-2010), nous proposons de conceptualiser le champ comme composé d’écologies liées (Abbott, 1988), sous-tendues par un système d’action concret persistant (Michel Crozier & Friedberg, 1980; Erhard Friedberg, 1997), dont les dynamiques particulières font obstacle à l’implémentation des réseaux de soins communautaires. Ensuite, en nous reposant sur cette conceptualisation, nous formulons une problématisation alternative du changement des pratiques professionnelles, dépassant les thématiques de la défense des privilèges acquis, de l’autonomie dans le travail (Freidson, 1988), ou encore des luttes juridictionnelles (Abbott, 1988). Au niveau méthodologique, l’analyse repose sur une recherche documentaire approfondie (sources primaire et secondaire ; documents politiques et organisationnels) ainsi que sur des entretiens semi-directifs (n=45) et des observations (n=75) réalisées entre 2008 et 2014. [less ▲]Detailed reference viewed: 4 (0 ULg) Turning land to livelihood : what are the socio-economic and institutional determinations of local land use in Red River Delta region ?Nguyen Thi, Dien; Lebailly, Philippe ; Vu Dinh, TonConference (2014, June 24)This research analyzes the determinations of household land use strategy in the context of the rapid rural changes due to the industrialization and urbanization in Vietnam. The mechanism that turns land ... [more ▼]This research analyzes the determinations of household land use strategy in the context of the rapid rural changes due to the industrialization and urbanization in Vietnam. The mechanism that turns land to livelihood from both productive and non-productive processes is investigated to understand the different land use strategies of smallholders in Red River Delta region. Based on the presence of migrating members, the total selected 191 households in Hai Duong province were divided into 3 different groups to do the surveys. The research results show that local land use strategies are various in which 79.06% of surveyed households maintain the allocated land for agricultural production while 65.97% of households leave land idly at least once a year. The factors from productive process such as small landholding, high production cost and overall downward income from agricultural production meantime the greater opportunities from non-farm jobs are the main socio-economical determinations of agricultural land abandonment or less effective use. The security questions of shifting livelihood between farming and non – farming sectors, the inter-household arrangements, the social supports and the institutional constraints are non-productive elements that make the exchange and other forms of commercializing agricultural land are less prominent. The complexity of household land use strategy and its determinations not only reflects the dynamism and flexibility of peasant’s livelihood adaptation but also explain why the land concentration does not proceed faster in Red River Delta region of Vietnam. [less ▲]Detailed reference viewed: 13 (4 ULg) Standardisation of 25(OH)-vitamin D assays: beware of limitationsCAVALIER, Etienne Conference (2014, June 24)Detailed reference viewed: 18 (0 ULg) A Phylogenomic analysis of the origin of plastidsCornet, Luc ; Javaux, Emmanuelle ; Wilmotte, Annick et alConference (2014, June 24)Cyanobacteria are a morphologically diverse phylum, with their first occurrence dating from the Precambrian. Oxygenic photosynthesis appeared in this group during the same geological period. Several ... [more ▼]Cyanobacteria are a morphologically diverse phylum, with their first occurrence dating from the Precambrian. Oxygenic photosynthesis appeared in this group during the same geological period. Several publications have established, without any doubt, that plastids (both primary and complex) form a monophyletic ensemble emerging from Cyanobacteria. However, the exact position of plastids within Cyanobacteria is still uncertain, with several recent papers leading to very different hypotheses. Here we present a phylogenomic analysis of the origin of plastids. Our study takes advantage of all the available genomes and thus represents the best taxonomic sampling seen so far: 140 genomes of Cyanobacteria, 101 genomes of plastids and 27 outgroups taken in Melainabacteria and Chloroflexi. It results in an analysis using state-of-the-art methods (e.g., orthology assessment using USEARCH and OrthoMCL, phylogenetic inference using CAT and CAT-GTR models) based on more than 160 protein alignments totalizing over 20,000 unambiguously aligned amino acids. To confirm our results, we performed gene jackknife inferences and gene reconciliation analyses on the same dataset. We expect that out approach accounts for potential phylogenetic artefacts due to changes in the evolutionary process having occurred when the guest cyanobacterium became an endosymbiont and eventually a plastid. Meanwhile, we improve the phylogeny of Cyanobacteria per se, notably because of the presence of Melainabacteria in our dataset. [less ▲]Detailed reference viewed: 111 (9 ULg) Alteration of decoherence-free states caused by dipole-dipole interactionsDamanet, François ; Martin, John Poster (2014, June 23)Decoherence, known as the consequence of the coupling of any quantum system to its environment, causes information loss in the system and represents a major problem in the physical realization of quantum ... [more ▼]Decoherence, known as the consequence of the coupling of any quantum system to its environment, causes information loss in the system and represents a major problem in the physical realization of quantum computers [1]. Decoherence-Free States (DFS) are considered as a possible solution to this problem. A set of trapped cold atoms placed in a DFS state will be immune against decoherence due to spontaneous emission. However, because of dipole-dipole interactions between atoms, induced dephasing effects are likely to destroy the coherence and drive the system out of its DFS [1, 2]. In this work, we study numerically the dynamics of a set of two-level atoms initially in a DFS with respect to dissipative processes by solving the master equation including both dissipative dynamics and dipole dipole interactions. We fo- cus our attention on the infuence of dipolar coupling on the radiated energy rate and coherence of the system as in [3]. In particular, by averaging over many realizations of close randomly distributed atomic positions, we show the formation of a superradiant-like pulse and we study its properties as a function of the dipolar coupling strength. [1] D. A. Lidar & K. B. Whaley, Lectures Notes in Phys., Vol. 622, p83-120, Springer (2003). [2] M. Gross & S. Haroche, Physics reports 93, 301-396 (1982). [3] W. Feng, Y. Li & S-Y. Zhu, Phys. Rev. A 88, 033856 (2013). [less ▲]Detailed reference viewed: 17 (1 ULg) Symmetric N-qubit anticoherent statesBaguette, Dorian ; Bastin, Thierry ; Martin, John Poster (2014, June 23)Entanglement is among the key features of quantum mechanics. In the last decade, a lot of efforts has been made to quantify the amount of entanglement of various multipartite states, either pure or mixed ... [more ▼]Entanglement is among the key features of quantum mechanics. In the last decade, a lot of efforts has been made to quantify the amount of entanglement of various multipartite states, either pure or mixed. In particular, the search for maximally entangled states (states maximizing certain measures of entanglement) has focused a great deal of attention, see e.g. Refs. [1–4]. In this work, we present a comprehensive study of maximally entangled symmetric N-qubit states with respect to the definition of Gisin [1]. According to this definition, a state is maximally entangled if all its one-qubit reduced density matrices are maximally mixed. These states maximize various entanglement measures, such as von Neumann and Meyer-Wallach entropies [5]. They are unique up to local unitaries within the class of states interconvertible under stochastic local operations and classical communication (SLOCC) [3]. Besides, they are conjectured to be maximally entangled with respect to the Negative Partial Transpose measure of entanglement [6]. As appreciated by B. Kraus, they play an important role in the determination of the local unitary equivalence of multiqubit states [7]. Moreover, they are maximally fragile (in the sense that they are the states which are the most sensitive to noise) and therefore have been proposed as ideal candidates for ultrasensitive sensors [1]. We provide general conditions for a symmetric state with an arbitrary number of qubits to be maximally entangled and identify families of SLOCC classes which do not contain any such states. We also compute various measure of entanglement associated with those states in order to characterize them further and find all maximally entangled states up to 4 qubits. We finally prove that maximally entangled states coincide with anticoherent states of order 1. According to the definition of Ref. [8], a symmetric state of N qubits is anticoherent to order t iff 〈(S·n)k〉 is independent of n for k = 1, . . . , t where n is a tridimensional unit vector and S is the collective spin operator associated to the N-qubit system. [1] N. Gisin, H. Bechmann-Pasquinucci, Phys. Lett. A 246 (1998). [2] A. Higuchi, A. Sudbery, Phys. Lett. A, 272, 213 (2000). [3] F. Verstraete, J. Dehaene, B. De Moor, Phys. Rev. A 68, 012103 (2003). [4] J. Martin, O. Giraud, P. A. Braun, D. Braun and T. Bastin, Phys. Rev. A 81, 062347 (2010). [5] D. A. Meyer, N. R. Wallach, J. Math. Phys. 43, 4273 (2002). [6] I. D. K. Brown, S. Stepney, A. Sudbery, and S. L. Braunstein, J. Phys. A 38, 1119 (2005). [7] B. Kraus, Phys. Rev. Lett. 104, 020504 (2010). [8] J. Zimba, EJTP 3, 10 (2006). [less ▲]Detailed reference viewed: 38 (8 ULg) Beyond Corruption. The everyday life of a justice of the peace court in the Democratic Republic of CongoRubbers, Benjamin Conference (2014, June 23)Detailed reference viewed: 11 (0 ULg) NMR in the Pharmaceutical and Biomedical areas for identification and quantification of drugs and metabolomics applicationsLAMBERT, Vincent ; Dufour, Gilles ; Chiap, Patrice et alConference (2014, June 23)Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) is probably, with mass spectrometry, the most powerful analytical tool for the structural determination of organic compounds. For a long time and due to technical ... [more ▼]Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) is probably, with mass spectrometry, the most powerful analytical tool for the structural determination of organic compounds. For a long time and due to technical limitations, the main applications of NMR were focused on chemistry (organic, inorganic and medicinal chemistry) or biochemistry (i.e. proteins and proteins ligands analysis). Indeed, despite of very interesting potential in terms of structural information, reproducibility, specificity, quantification, NMR suffered of a lack of sensitivity and sometime of resolution in the case of complex mixture analysis in comparison with other technics. However, since several years, important technical improvements such as huge increase in sensitivity, hyphenation of NMR with LC system, automation and development of 2D and presaturation sequences have opened new putative applications for NMR, specifically in the pharmaceutical and biomedical areas. Then, beside the mass and chromatographic technics classically used for drug analysis, NMR represents an interesting and complementary tool for many applications. In this presentation, we will describe some NMR applications related to the pharma area. Starting from the identification of xenobiotic metabolites by coupling LC-SPE-NMR data with LC-MS/MS results, quantification of cyclodextrines in complex media, identification of illicit compounds, we will finish with our recent metabolomics NMR developments. [less ▲]Detailed reference viewed: 46 (12 ULg) Chemical abundances of fast-rotating OB starsCazorla, Constantin ; Morel, Thierry ; Nazé, Yaël et alPoster (2014, June 23)Fast rotation in massive stars is predicted to induce mixing in their interior, but recent observations have challenged this concept by revealing a population of fast-rotating stars with normal nitrogen ... [more ▼]Fast rotation in massive stars is predicted to induce mixing in their interior, but recent observations have challenged this concept by revealing a population of fast-rotating stars with normal nitrogen abundances at their surface (Hunter et al. 2009, A&A, 496, 841; Brott et al. 2011, A&A, 530, A116, but see Maeder et al. 2014, A&A, 565, A39). However, as the binary fraction of these stars is unknown, the importance of mass-transfer processes cannot be quantified. As a result, no definitive statements about the ability of single-star evolutionary models including rotation to reproduce these observations can be made. Our work combines for the first time a detailed surface abundance analysis with a radial-velocity monitoring for a sample of bright, fast-rotating Galactic OB stars to put strong constraints on stellar evolutionary and interior models. [less ▲]Detailed reference viewed: 12 (7 ULg) Evaluation of SFC interest for the determination of cholecalciferol and its impurities un pharmaceuticalsAndri, Bertyl ; Dispas, Amandine ; Klinkenberg, Régis et alPoster (2014, June 23)Detailed reference viewed: 23 (1 ULg) Multi-period vehicle assignment with stochastic load availabilityPironet, Thierry Conference (2014, June 23)This work investigates optimization techniques for a vehicle-load assignment problem. A company owning a limited fleet of vehicles wants to maximize its operational profit over an infinite horizon divided ... [more ▼]This work investigates optimization techniques for a vehicle-load assignment problem. A company owning a limited fleet of vehicles wants to maximize its operational profit over an infinite horizon divided into periods. The profit stems from revenues for transporting full truckloads and costs derived from waiting idle and moving unladen. The stochastic component of the problem arises from projections on the realization of each transportation order, i.e. load. The methodology is based on optimizing decisions for deterministic scenarios. Several policies are generated in this way, from simple heuristics to more complex approaches, such as consensus and restricted expectation algorithms, up to policies derived from network flow models formulated over subtrees of scenarios. Myopic and a-posteriori deterministic optimizations models are used to compute bounds allowing for performance evaluation. Tests are performed on various instances featuring different number of loads, graph sizes, sparsity, and probability distributions. Performances are compared statistically over paired samples. The robustness of various policies with respect to erroneous evaluations of the probability distributions is also analyzed. [less ▲]Detailed reference viewed: 6 (1 ULg) Development of a multiplexed surface-enhanced Raman scattering quantitative approach for bisphenols detectionDe Bleye, Charlotte ; Dumont, Elodie ; Sacre, Pierre-Yves et alConference (2014, June 23)Over the last decade, bisphenol A (BPA) attracted a lot of attention. This molecule, commonly used as a precursor to produce epoxy-resin and plastics, is an endocrine disruptor presenting an estrogenic ... [more ▼]Over the last decade, bisphenol A (BPA) attracted a lot of attention. This molecule, commonly used as a precursor to produce epoxy-resin and plastics, is an endocrine disruptor presenting an estrogenic activity [1]. Despite its health toxicity, BPA is present in a broad variety of consumer goods released from plastic bottles and packaging for example. Since the discovery of its adverse health effect of BPA, the manufacturers tend to use structural analogues of BPA such as BPS, BPF and BPB to produce plastic materials [2]. However, the health safety of these molecules is still not demonstrated. Currently, bisphenols are actively researched and quantified using solid phase extraction and chromatography techniques which are time and solvents consuming. Therefore, it could be very interesting to quantify simultaneously bisphenols using a fast and “green” technique. Surface-enhanced Raman scattering (SERS) exalts dramatically the Raman scattering of molecules adsorbed or very closed to metallic surface enabling to detect very low amounts of analytes while keeping the structural information obtained from the spectrum which is very interesting to consider multiplexed analyses [3-4]. Moreover, SERS, which is a solvent free and fast acquisition technique, is an attractive tool in “Green Chemistry” [5]. In this context, the development of a multiplexed quantitative approach to detect bisphenol was considered. Silver nanoparticles (AgNps) were selected as SERS substrate and their functionalization was investigated taking into account the weak affinity of phenolic molecules for gold and silver surface [6]. Pyridine was selected as surface modifier and allowed to attract bisphenols around metallic surface thanks to hydrophobic interaction and hydrogen bonds [7]. Afterwards, the SERS samples preparation was optimized playing on the concentrations of pyridine and aggregating agent used to get the nanoparticles closer to each other which promotes the SERS effect. Tap water samples were spiked with different concentration of BPA from 5 ppb to 1000 ppb and analyzed using the optimized SERS sample preparation. A good linearity of the response was observed and a calibration curve with coefficient of determination (R2) of 0.9922 was obtained by plotting the intensity of a principal band of BPA versus the concentration. This last step was repeated using BPB as analyte and a calibration curve with a R2 of 0.9991 was obtained for the same range of concentration using a specific band intensity of BPB. Finally, tap water samples were spiked with different concentrations of BPA and BPB simultaneously and analyzed using SERS and it was possible to detect selectively the two molecules thanks to specific bands and a good linearity of the response was observed for both. To conclude, promising results were obtained which pave the way to “green” multiplexed quantitative analyses of very low concentrated analytes using SERS. References: [1] J.-H. Kang et al., Toxicology 226 (2006) 79-89 [2] C. Liao et al., J. Agric. Food Chem. 61 (2013) 4655-4662 [3] K. Kneipp et al., Chem. Rev. 99 (1999) 2957-2975. [4] R.F. Aroca et al., Adv.Colloid Interface Sci. 116 (2005) 45-61. [5] C. De Bleye et al., Talanta 116 (2013) 899-905. [6] X.X. Han et al., Anal. Chem., 83 (2011) 8582-8588. [7] B. San Vicente et al., Anal. Bioanal. Chem. 380 (2004) 115-122. [less ▲]Detailed reference viewed: 108 (12 ULg) Generation of artificial magnetic fields using dipole-dipole interactionsCesa, Alexandre ; Martin, John Poster (2014, June 23)In 1996, Lloyd [1] showed that the dynamics of complex many-body quantum systems can be efficiently simulated by quantum computers, an idea first put forward by Manin [2] and further developed by Feynman ... [more ▼]In 1996, Lloyd [1] showed that the dynamics of complex many-body quantum systems can be efficiently simulated by quantum computers, an idea first put forward by Manin [2] and further developed by Feynman [3]. Although the first quantum computers of a few qubits have been realised experimentally [4, 5], the advent of scalable quantum computers might take another few decades. An alternative tool in the context of simulation is a highly controllable quantum system able to mimic the dynamics of other complex quantum systems, known as an analog quantum simulator. Cold neutral atoms and trapped ions have been shown to be versatile quantum simulators [6, 7] thanks to their high flexibility, controllability, and scalability. They permit one to study a wide range of problems arising from atomic physics, relativistic quantum physics, or cosmology [8]. Since neutral atoms do not carry any net charge, the simulation of electric and magnetic condensed matter phenomena, such as the spin Hall effect, seems out of reach. To overcome this apparent difficulty, the idea has been proposed to create artificial electromagnetic potentials for neutral atoms based on atom-light interaction [9– 12]. These artificial potentials act on neutral atoms as real electromagnetic potentials act on charged particles. Many works on artificial gauge potentials induced by atom-light interactions adopt a single-particle approach [12]. The predicted potentials are then supposed to be valid for a system of weakly interacting atoms. So far, the consequences of atom-atom interactions on the generation of artificial gauge fields has little been studied. The aim of this work is to study the artificial gauge fields arising from the interaction of two Rydberg atoms driven by a common laser field [13]. In this situation, we show that the combined atom-atom and atom-field interactions give rise to nonuniform, artificial gauge potentials. We identify the mechanism responsible for the emergence of these gauge potentials. Analytical expressions for the latter indicate that the strongest artificial magnetic fields are reached in the regime intermediate between the dipole blockade regime and the regime in which the atoms are sufficiently far apart such that atom-light interaction dominates over atom-atom interactions. We discuss the differences and similarities of artificial gauge fields originating from resonant dipole-dipole [14] and van der Waals [15] interactions. We also give an estimation of experimentally attainable artificial magnetic fields resulting from this mechanism and we discuss their detection through the deflection of the atomic motion. [1] S. Lloyd, Science 273, 1073 (1996). [2] Yu. I. Manin, Computable and uncomputable, Sovetskoye Radio, Moscow, 1980. [3] R. P. Feynman, Int. J. Theor. Phys. 21, 467 (1982). [4] L. DiCarlo, J. M. Chow, J. M. Gambetta, Lev S. Bishop, B. R. Johnson, D. I. Schuster, J. Majer, A. Blais, L. Frunzio, S. M. Girvin, and R. J. Schoelkopf, Nature 460, 240 (2009). [5] N. Xu, J. Zhu, D. Lu, X. Zhou, X. Peng, and J. Du, Phys. Rev. Lett. 108, 130501 (2012). [6] I. Buluta and F. Nori, Science 326, 108 (2009). [7] I. Bloch, J. Dalibard and S. Nascimbéne, Nature Physics 8, 267 (2012). [8] R. Blatt and C. F. Roos, Nature Physics 8, 277 (2012). [9] G. Juzeliunas and P. Öhberg, Phys. Rev. Lett. 93, 033602 (2004). [10] G. Juzeliunas, P. Öhberg, J. Ruseckas, and A. Klein, Phys. Rev. A 71, 053614 (2005). [11] G. Juzeliunas, J. Ruseckas, P. Öhberg, and M. Fleischhauer, Phys. Rev. A 73, 025602 (2006). [12] J. Dalibard, F. Gerbier, G. Juzeliu ̄nas, and P. Öhberg, Rev. Mod. Phys. 83, 1523 (2011). [13] A. Cesa and J. Martin, Phys. Rev. A 88,062703 (2013). [14] A. Gaëtan, Y. Miroshnychenko, T. Wilk, A. Chotia, M. Viteau, D. Comparat, P. Pillet, A. Browaeys, and P. Grangier, Nature Physics 5, 115 (2009). [15] L. Béguin, A. Vernier, R. Chicireanu, T. Lahaye, and A. Browaeys, Phys. Rev. Lett. 110, 263201 (2013). [less ▲]Detailed reference viewed: 60 (6 ULg) Paul Hymans et le Droit international (1919-1927). Arbitre belge de l’Europe, avocat des « petits pays »Genin, Vincent Conference (2014, June 21)Detailed reference viewed: 52 (17 ULg) The BCCM/ULC collection to safeguard and exploit polar cyanobacterial diversityWilmotte, Annick Conference (2014, June 21)Detailed reference viewed: 10 (1 ULg) Questions about Transference and Countertransference in the psychoanalytic work with homosexual patientsNaziri, Despina Conference (2014, June 21)Detailed reference viewed: 19 (1 ULg) Etude transfrontalière des besoins de formation en Education Thérapeutique du Patient pour la prise en charge du diabète de type 2 et de l’obésité:Enquête par méthode du groupe nominal auprès des professionnels de santéPétré, Benoît ; Ketterer, Frédéric ; Vanmeerbeek, Marc et alConference (2014, June 21)Detailed reference viewed: 25 (7 ULg) The Belgian Tetris: assessing the political impact of metaphors on citizens' perceptions of Belgian federalismPerrez, Julien ; Reuchamps, MinConference (2014, June 20)In the literature, the political impact of metaphors has often been taken for granted from metaphor analysis in political discourse, be it elite discourse or media discourse. However, a more global ... [more ▼]In the literature, the political impact of metaphors has often been taken for granted from metaphor analysis in political discourse, be it elite discourse or media discourse. However, a more global understanding of what this political impact could consist of, is still lacking from the current research agenda. As Koller (2009:121) puts it: “metaphor helps construct particular aspects of reality and reproduce (or subvert) dominant schemas.” To be able to account for how metaphors, through discourses, actively shape the political reality, it is important to look at the relationships between metaphorical discourses and their environment. Based on the idea that metaphors do not only reflect the perceived reality, but also function as cues through which citizens come to understand complex political processes and through which they shape political behaviors, the aim of this study is precisely to look at how specific metaphors might impact on the citizens’ framing of Belgian federalism. To measure the impact of metaphors on the citizens’ political representations and attitudes, we developed an experimental set-up based on an article published in the Belgian newspaper Le Soir (13-14 July 2013) in which Belgian federalism was deliberately compared to a Tetris game. The original article included a picture and a text (208 words), which were used as authentic experimental material. For this experiment, we distinguished three experimental conditions and one control condition. In the first experimental condition (full condition), the participants were exposed to the original article (including the text and the picture). In the second and third experimental conditions, the participants were respectively exposed either to the text (text condition) or the picture (picture condition). In the control condition, the participants weren’t exposed to any metaphorical material at all. In the second stage of the experiment, the participants were asked to achieve three interrelated tasks: (i) a free description task, based on a free description of their own perception of Belgian federalism, (ii) an association task, in which they had to select a picture which they found the most appropriate to describe Belgian federalism, and finally (iii) a questionnaire measuring the participants’ political knowledge of Belgian federalism and attitudes towards its future development. In a post-test held four weeks after the first experiment, the three tasks of the second stage have been replicated. This experiment has been conducted in autumn 2013 among 400 students. Comparing the various experimental conditions will make it possible (i) to measure the impact of the Tetris metaphor on the citizens’ perceptions and representations of Belgian federalism, (ii) to assess to what extent the different metaphorical media differently contribute to this impact and (iii) to measure the long-term impact of this metaphor on the citizens’ political representations and attitudes. In answering these questions, this study will contribute to a better understanding of the role and functions metaphors play in political discourse, and more globally in our everyday political interactions. [less ▲]Detailed reference viewed: 57 (1 ULg) Le français cadien, un français acadien? Enjeux sociaux d’une parenté linguistiqueArrighi, Laurence; Urbain, Emilie Conference (2014, June 20)Detailed reference viewed: 11 (1 ULg) Una proposta per la pubblicazione (e la lettura) intuitiva delle edizioni critiche occitaneValenti, Gianluca Conference (2014, June 20)Detailed reference viewed: 2 (0 ULg) De l’exemple à la situation Corps et émotion dans Huis clos et en psychopathologieEnglebert, Jérôme Conference (2014, June 20)Detailed reference viewed: 16 (0 ULg) SPATIODATA, un modèle de bâtiment non-constructif, collaboratif et multi-usageDelfosse, Vincent ; Boulanger, Christelle ; Jeunejean, Aurélie et alin Actes du 6ème Séminaire de Conception Architecturale Numérique (2014, June 19)There is an increasing number of mobile applications supporting specific activities related to the indoor building environment. SpatioData is a research project aiming at the development of a ... [more ▼]There is an increasing number of mobile applications supporting specific activities related to the indoor building environment. SpatioData is a research project aiming at the development of a collaborative platform for the effective sharing of building-related data and supporting a wide range of different activities. This paper discusses the specific data model at the heart of the project. A comparison with the traditional BIM models is given in order to motivate the choices made in this project. [less ▲]Detailed reference viewed: 36 (9 ULg) Un panorama du temps. Robida chroniqueur des Expositions universellesStienon, Valérie Conference (2014, June 19)Robida est familier des Expositions universelles. Sa carrière de dessinateur-journaliste est en grande partie rythmée par les événements sociaux qu’elles constituent. Il illustre le démontage de ... [more ▼]Robida est familier des Expositions universelles. Sa carrière de dessinateur-journaliste est en grande partie rythmée par les événements sociaux qu’elles constituent. Il illustre le démontage de l’Exposition de Paris de 1867 dans le Journal Amusant du 9 novembre 1867. Il est envoyé à Vienne comme dessinateur-correspondant du Monde illustré pour celle de 1873. Il visite l’Exposition de 1889 et en rend compte en double-page dans La Vie Parisienne du 11 mai 1889 (« Demandez, l’inauguration officielle de la Tour ! »). Enfin, il participe activement à l’Exposition de 1900 avec la reconstitution minutieuse, pendant près de deux ans, du « Vieux Paris », une attraction à succès située entre le Pont de l’Alma et la passerelle Debilly. En tant que manifestation très fréquentée, qui fait l’objet d’une abondante publicité et qui engage l’image d’une ville à dimension internationale, l’exposition dans ses diverses formes (universelle, internationale, industrielle) constitue un nouveau mode de communication et un lieu de sociabilité spécifique dans la seconde moitié du XIXe siècle. Le chroniqueur, le journaliste et le dessinateur sont amenés à commenter et à représenter ce type d’événement célébratif qui implique tout à la fois une esthétique de la monstration, une rhétorique publicitaire et une réflexivité patrimoniale sur le siècle. Lieu de présentation de l’innovation, animé par un imaginaire du progrès technique et industriel, l’exposition a pu ainsi constituer une matrice féconde pour l’œuvre d’anticipation de Robida. Cette communication propose d’examiner ce que la production de Robida doit aux discours et aux représentations liés aux Expositions universelles dans les deux décennies de 1880 et 1890. Des thématisations explicites, des visites fictives en mots et en images, ainsi qu’un abondant intertexte d’actualité témoignent de ce rapport à un discours social qui traverse une œuvre conjecturale ambiguë. Si les liens thématiques du Vingtième Siècle à l’Exposition Internationale d’Électricité de 1881 sont bien connus, il faut aussi envisager les aspects de la production de Robida qui impliquent le support journalistique. C’est le cas des dessins de presse qui préparent de manière critique la réception des Expositions, comme le montre la couverture de La Caricature du 16 juin 1886 faisant, trois ans à l’avance, l’éloge paradoxal du projet de métro aérien coupable d’encombrer le ciel parisien. C’est aussi le cas des inventions moquées dans sa correspondance fictive avec le dessinateur Christophe entre 1896 et 1901 dans « La Boîte aux lettres » du Petit Français illustré, où Robida-Théodule Asenbrouck imagine des machines telles que la « pince-scie-brosse-polissoir électrique » pour découper la Lune en douze tranches afin d’éclairer les grandes capitales, en particulier la Ville-Lumière. L’Exposition constitue également un cadre de transposition fictive créatif, comme en témoigne le récit sériel Jadis chez aujourd’hui du Petit Français illustré, imaginant Louis XIV et sa cour transportés à l’Exposition universelle de 1889 et visitant la Galerie des Machines avec un regard décalé sur l’époque contemporaine. Des éléments graphiques et stylistiques récurrents résultent de ce commentaire journalistique des Expositions, à l’image d’une tour Eiffel dont un seul pied suffit à constituer un indicateur chrono-topographique symbolisant la modernité contestée. Enfin, on peut considérer comment Robida prolonge à sa manière des inventions existantes, notamment dans l’illustration du texte d’Octave Uzanne La Locomotion future, paru dans Le Monde Moderne en 1895, ou avec la voiture aéroplane déclinée à partir du quadricycle Daimler apparu à l’Exposition de 1889. Le dialogue attentif et moqueur de Robida avec les projets et les discours des Expositions universelles permet de reconsidérer l’humour de l’anticipateur en le situant plus résolument dans les registres satirique et fantaisiste propres à prendre en charge les facéties du « feu congelé », du « poney-vapeur » ou du « perce-brouillard à hélice nasale », que dans la seule prospective pessimiste d’un génial visionnaire. Cet angle d’étude de l’œuvre d’anticipation offre aussi l’occasion d’examiner la part de l’intertexte d’actualité intervenant dans une pratique générique, graphique et éditoriale du panorama temporel. Entendons par là la littérature des guides pour visiteurs d’Expositions qui renoue avec une tradition des Petits-Paris initiée dans la littérature « panoramique » des années 1840. Ces parcours-découvertes balisés et ces bilans des curiosités urbaines ne sont pas sans évoquer ceux auxquels contribue Robida dans Le Vieux Paris. Guide historique, pittoresque et anecdotique (une cinquantaine de dessins), dans l’illustration du guide satirique L’Exposition comique (Dentu, 1889) ou encore dans le récit illustré du Dix-neuvième Siècle. S’ils s’articulent à un passé patrimonial sous la forme d’un inventaire du siècle qui se regarde réflexivement, ils ont aussi pu contribuer à l’anticipation en associant scènes dynamiques et vues d’ensemble dans un parcours temporel indissociable de ses dimensions topographiques. [less ▲]Detailed reference viewed: 19 (1 ULg) Contribution of ion mobility for structural analysis and analytical chemistry: Use of selective IMS shift reagents (SSR)Kune, Christopher ; Far, Johann ; Delvaux, Cédric et alPoster (2014, June 19)Ion mobility is a gas phase separation technique based on the Collisional Cross Section (CCS) of ions. It discriminates isobaric and isomeric ions provided their CCS difference is larger than the ... [more ▼]Ion mobility is a gas phase separation technique based on the Collisional Cross Section (CCS) of ions. It discriminates isobaric and isomeric ions provided their CCS difference is larger than the instrumental resolution. This work proposes a new method to overcome this limitation while providing additional structural information. A Selective Shift Reagent (SSR) is a ligand specifically modifying the CCS of ions. Indeed specific non-covalent complexes can be form with a suitable SSR to reach the required selectivity and the CCS induced shift. A CID dissociation of the complex may be used after IMS separation to produce specific MS/MS spectra of the targeted analyte. This concept paves the way for new analytical strategies by ion mobility based on non-covalent complex formation. [less ▲]Detailed reference viewed: 67 (17 ULg) UPLC®-MSMS, an added-value for the development and the validation of analytical methods : follow-up of phytoestrogens from clover to milk.Daems, Frédéric Conference (2014, June 19)Detailed reference viewed: 8 (2 ULg) The importance of the effects of mora debitorisCavalleri, Vanessa Conference (2014, June 19)Detailed reference viewed: 36 (6 ULg) La résidence d'écrivain comme dispositif de médiation du littéraire : tentative de problématisationVandeninden, Elise Conference (2014, June 19)Detailed reference viewed: 17 (1 ULg) Négociation du sens du travail et définition du groupe interprofessionnel : les cas des projets exploratoires dans le champ de la santé mentale en BelgiqueThunus, Sophie Conference (2014, June 19)Au printemps 2010, les ministres en charge de la santé publique ont annoncé la mise en place d’une grande réforme de l’organisation des soins de santé mentale en Belgique. Le modèle d’organisation à ... [more ▼]Au printemps 2010, les ministres en charge de la santé publique ont annoncé la mise en place d’une grande réforme de l’organisation des soins de santé mentale en Belgique. Le modèle d’organisation à mettre en place et le programme de la réforme étaient exposés dans un petit guide bleu distribué aux participants lors d’un événement national auquel assistaient les acteurs- clé du champ, notamment des professionnels de la santé mentale, les associations d’usagers, les responsables des organisations de soins locales, les autorités administratives régionales, des experts scientifiques. Cette réforme s’inscrivait dans un contexte international caractérisé par une mutation d’un modèle de soins basé sur la psychiatrie résidentielle, vers un modèle de soins de santé mentale communautaire. Au niveau Belge, la réforme était présentée comme l’étape ultime d’un processus qui aurait débuté à la fin des années 1990, par la mise en place de structures de soins alternatives et de projets exploratoires, pour aboutir en 2010, avec l’exploration et l’institutionnalisation progressive d’un modèle de soins résolument communautaire. Aussi, étant donné l’importance des enjeux institutionnels et professionnels associés à ce processus du changement, la réforme reposait sur un dispositif d’action publique original. Celui-ci impliquait directement les acteurs locaux en les invitant à participer à la définition de nouvelles modalités de travail, qui seraient progressivement évaluées et collectées par les autorités publiques. Dans cet article, nous proposons d’analyser ce processus de changement en le replaçant dans le processus temporel et dans le cadre institutionnel dans lequel il prend place. Effectivement, nous souhaitons mettre en évidence que les ressorts du changement, compris comme la capacité à mobiliser des pratiques professionnelles alternatives et des réseaux d’acteurs développés au cours des dernières décennies, sont difficilement compréhensibles en dehors d’une telle conceptualisation. De même, les jeux d’acteurs susceptibles de faire obstacle au changement, ou de lui donner des directions particulières, sont le fruit d’une construction sociale progressive, dont les premières bases ont été posées au lendemain de la seconde guerre. Cette approche du changement dans l’organisation du travail en santé mentale est principalement ancrée en sociologie de l’action collective et en sociologie des professions. Ces deux approches ont connu des évolutions spécifiques dont certaines se sont révélées pertinentes par rapport à notre domaine de recherche. Nous présentons ces développements dans la première partie de cet article, afin d’expliquer le cadre d’analyse qui sous-tend les deux parties suivantes. L’approche interactionniste du changement et les principaux concepts de la sociologie de l’action organisée sont centraux à ce cadre d’analyse. Ils supportent le récit de l’évolution du champ au cours des dernières décennies et celui de la réforme en cours, présentés dans les secondes et troisièmes parties de cet article. Ces deux récits alimentent à leur tour des considérations relatives aux conditions sociales et techniques dans lesquelles des pratiques professionnelles alternatives, ou « marginales », peuvent être utilisées au sein d’un processus de changement portant à la fois sur le modèle professionnel et institutionnel dominant le champ de la santé mentale. Ces considérations sont présentées dans la quatrième et dernière partie de cet article. [less ▲]Detailed reference viewed: 17 (0 ULg) A wavelet-based analysis of surface air temperature regularityDeliège, Adrien ; Nicolay, Samuel Conference (2014, June 19)The aim of the talk is to present the "wavelet transform microscope" and the wavelet leaders method to show that surface air temperature signals of weather stations selected in Europe are monofractal, i.e ... [more ▼]The aim of the talk is to present the "wavelet transform microscope" and the wavelet leaders method to show that surface air temperature signals of weather stations selected in Europe are monofractal, i.e. all the points have the same Hölder (regularity) exponent. This study reveals that the information obtained in this way are richer than previous works studying long range correlations in meteorological stations. The approach presented here allows to bind the Hölder exponents with the pressure anomalies, and such a link does not exist with methods previously carried out. Moreover, this regularity is a signature of the type of climate the stations are associated to: indeed, it is possible to establish a climate classification of weather stations in Europe which matches the Köppen-Geiger climate classification. A blind test is performed in order to confirm the results, which can be partly explained by the influence of the North Atlantic Oscillation. This result could give rise to new criteria to determine the efficiency of current climatic models. [less ▲]Detailed reference viewed: 5 (3 ULg) Using a rich internet application to teach histologyQuatresooz, Pascale ; Defaweux, Valérie ; Rollus, L et alConference (2014, June 18)Detailed reference viewed: 19 (5 ULg) The potentiality of PDMAEMA-based polycation for cardiovascular applicationsFlebus, Luca ; Lombart, François ; Martinez, Lucia et alConference (2014, June 18)Detailed reference viewed: 15 (2 ULg) Solar simulation test up to 13 solar constants for the thermal balance of the Solar Orbiter EUI instrumentRossi, Laurence ; zhukova, Maria; Jacques, Lionel et alin Proceedings of SPIE (2014, June 18)Solar Orbiter EUI instrument was submitted to a high solar flux to correlate the thermal model of the instrument. EUI, the Extreme Ultraviolet Imager, is developed by a European consortium led by the ... [more ▼]Solar Orbiter EUI instrument was submitted to a high solar flux to correlate the thermal model of the instrument. EUI, the Extreme Ultraviolet Imager, is developed by a European consortium led by the Centre Spatial de Liège for the Solar Orbiter ESA M-class mission. The solar flux that it shall have to withstand will be as high as 13 solar constants when the spacecraft reaches its 0.28AU perihelion. It is essential to verify the thermal design of the instrument, especially the heat evacuation property and to assess the thermo-mechanical behavior of the instrument when submitted to high thermal load. Therefore, a thermal balance test under 13 solar constants was performed on the first model of EUI, the Structural and Thermal Model. The optical analyses and experiments performed to characterize accurately the thermal and divergence parameters of the flux are presented; the set-up of the test, and the correlation with the thermal model performed to deduce the unknown thermal parameters of the instrument and assess its temperature profile under real flight conditions are also presented. [less ▲]Detailed reference viewed: 23 (8 ULg) Les univers vidéoludiques : des fictions mobiles et jouablesBarnabé, Fanny Poster (2014, June 18)La question de la fiction constitue, depuis le début des années 2000, une clef d’entrée privilégiée pour étudier le médium vidéoludique. La capacité du jeu vidéo à prendre en charge la représentation ... [more ▼]La question de la fiction constitue, depuis le début des années 2000, une clef d’entrée privilégiée pour étudier le médium vidéoludique. La capacité du jeu vidéo à prendre en charge la représentation d’une histoire par ses propres moyens (et non en empruntant ceux de la littérature ou du cinéma) a été tantôt affirmée (Ryan, 2003 ; Murray, 1998), tantôt contestée (Frasca, 1999 ; Juul, 2001 ; Eskelinen, 2001). Dès lors – même si les oppositions à son sujet sont aujourd’hui plus nuancées – elle demeure un objet problématique dont le traitement entraîne souvent d’importants détours théoriques. Les concepts de la narratologie « traditionnelle » (tels que celui d’un récit clos et prédéfini ou d’une narration « unidirectionnelle ») semblent a priori peu compatibles avec les impératifs d’interaction et de jouabilité qui sont au cœur de l’expérience vidéoludique. Quels outils adopter, en conséquence, pour décrire ce qui advient de la fiction lorsqu’elle est prise en charge par le jeu ? C’est à cette question que nous tâcherons de répondre en définissant les contours d’une notion souvent évoquée par la recherche, mais peu théorisée : celle d’« univers fictionnel ». Pour ce faire, nous nous nourrirons tant des avancées des games studies et des « play studies » (Triclot, 2011) que des théories de la fiction (Schaeffer, 1999) et de ses modes actuels de consommation par les amateurs (Jenkins, 2006). La distinction opérée par Amato (2005) entre les notions de cosmos, de diégèse et de ludiégèse permettra également de préciser la définition de ce qu’est un univers lorsqu’il est régi par le jeu. En effet, la narrativité propre au jeu vidéo ne semble pas répondre à la logique linéaire du récit : une grande part de l’histoire n’est généralement présente que de manière « latente » (Letourneux, 2005) dans une série d’éléments hétérogènes (le texte, l’interface, les décors, les sons, les objets…), situés à différents niveaux de l’œuvre et dont le sens narratif peut ou non être activé par le joueur (Guardiola, 2005 parle, à ce titre, de la dimension « permissive » du jeu vidéo). Pour décrire cette pluri-dimensionnalité et cette dispersion de l’histoire au sein d’« éléments de narrativisation » (Genvo, 2002), la notion de récit apparaît comme réductrice. À l’inverse, celle d’univers (définie dès lors comme un agencement d’éléments non hiérarchisés et éventuellement porteurs d’une narrativité latente) présente une forte opérationnalité, due principalement à deux de ses caractéristiques : son ouverture et sa nature modulable. Son ouverture, tout d’abord, car elle permet non seulement de prendre en compte l’ensemble des composantes de la fiction qui sont internes à l’œuvre vidéoludique, mais aussi celles qui lui sont externes (qu’il s’agisse du paratexte, des livrets des jeux, des bandes annonces,… ou encore de véritables développements narratifs autonomes, réalisés sur différents médias). Sa malléabilité, ensuite, car le concept d’univers, contrairement à celui de narration, admet l’interactivité : c’est le joueur qui actualise le récit (il participe à son énonciation) et qui, par la continuité de sa présence, organise les « éléments de narrativisation » en une configuration cohérente. En outre, concevoir la fiction comme un agencement de diverses composantes permet d’envisager les constantes évolutions que lui font subir les communautés d’amateurs : ceux-ci, en confrontant leurs représentations, développent par exemple des modèles collectifs « non officiels » (les « fanons » ; voir Hellekson et Busse, 2006) qui ont un impact certain sur la vie des fictions. L’univers fictionnel constitue, en somme, un outil théorique porteur qui rend possible la description des points de passage entre jeu et fiction et l’évaluation des contraintes que l’un exerce sur l’autre. Toutefois, bien qu’il ait initialement été élaboré pour correspondre au domaine spécifique du jeu vidéo, le concept semble déborder de ces premiers questionnements et s’adapter, plus généralement, à l’étude des modes actuels de production et de consommation de la fiction. En effet, son ouverture invite, d’une part, à élargir la conception traditionnelle de la narration et à l’envisager comme un ensemble transmédiatique. D’autre part, sa nature d’agencement n’est pas sans rappeler les théories d’Azuma (2008) selon lesquelles les fictions postmodernes ne sont plus considérées comme des unités finies et fermées, mais comme des agencements qui puisent dans un fonds commun, une « base de données » perpétuellement renouvelée. Chaque élément investi par la fiction intègre ce fonds commun et devient alors susceptible de connaître des continuations, des réappropriations, des réagencements. Les histoires conçues sur ce mode ne sont pas lues, mais vécues et explorées : la lecture devient une expérience et une expérimentation. [less ▲]Detailed reference viewed: 27 (4 ULg) Improving Remote Sensing Derived Dry Matter Productivity By Reformulating The Efficiency Factors: Case Studies For Wheat And MaizeDurgun, Yetkin Özüm ; Tychon, Bernard Conference (2014, June 18)Detailed reference viewed: 9 (0 ULg) The search for a core functionality network in chondrocyte differentiation using heuristic and genetic algorithmsKerkhofs, Johan Conference (2014, June 18)Introduction: In the growth plate a continuing process where cartilage is replaced by bone provides the fuel for bone growth until its closure towards the end of puberty. At the cellular level the growth ... [more ▼]Introduction: In the growth plate a continuing process where cartilage is replaced by bone provides the fuel for bone growth until its closure towards the end of puberty. At the cellular level the growth rate is maintained by proliferation and enlargement of maturing cells (hypertrophy). Mature cartilage cells (hypertrophic chondrocytes) secrete Ihh, a growth factor that induces expression of PTHrP, another growth factor, in immature proliferating chondrocytes. Since PTHrP in turn inhibits chondrocyte maturation, Ihh secretion limits the number of maturing chondrocytes through a negative feedback loop, striking a balance between proliferation and hypertrophy [Kronenberg, 2003]. Materials and methods: A gene network centering on the control of Ihh, PTHrP and transcription factors Sox9 and Runx2, which are the master regulators of early and late chondrocyte differentiation respectively, was manually constructed from literature. The dynamics of this network are simulated in a discrete framework that divides reactions into two speed classes. In this framework all interactions are considered additive, and each interaction is associated with a weight. Starting from the observation that the gene network must activate Runx2 in the presence of Ihh and Sox9 in the presence of Ihh and PTHrP, we investigate which edges are vital in achieving this. To this end, we employ both a heuristic and a genetic algorithm where the weights attached to the edges function as variables. In the heuristic algorithm weights are uniformly distributed in [0,1] and the means (based on 450 samples) of the weights that satisfy the above mentioned observations are contrasted with those that do not. If the difference of the means passes a certain threshold, the weight of the corresponding edge is fixed at 1. Results and discussion: Preliminary results from the heuristic algorithm show that fixing 14 weights (out of 147) is sufficient to match the biological observations in about 22% of cases, all other weights being selected randomly. The selected edges show that the BMP pathway is crucial in effecting a switch between hypertrophy in the absence of PTHrP and proliferation in its presence. This observation can be substantiated by earlier findings that BMP signalling plays a crucial role in prehypertrophic cells that are on the verge of hypertrophy [Yoon, 2006]. References: Kronenberg, 2003, Nature, 423:332-336; Yoon et al., 2006, Development, 133:4667-4678. [less ▲]Detailed reference viewed: 13 (1 ULg) Les approches sémiotiques du portrait photographique. De l’identité à l’“air”Dondero, Maria Giulia in COnTEXTES : Revue de Sociologie de la Littérature (2014, June 18), 14L’objectif de cet article est d’abord méthodologique : il entend déployer les instruments de l’analyse sémiotique, et notamment énonciative et temporelle, des images photographiques. Ensuite, il vise à ... [more ▼]L’objectif de cet article est d’abord méthodologique : il entend déployer les instruments de l’analyse sémiotique, et notamment énonciative et temporelle, des images photographiques. Ensuite, il vise à esquisser la spécificité du genre du portrait et à interroger l’identification de caractéristiques singularisant le portrait d’écrivain. [less ▲]Detailed reference viewed: 26 (4 ULg) Urban regeneration and the limitation of transaction costs in Wallonia: the "urban remembrement"Halleux, Jean-Marie Conference (2014, June 18)Detailed reference viewed: 23 (3 ULg) Space radiation parameters for EUI and the Sun Sensor of Solar Orbiter, ESIO and JUDE instrumentsRossi, Laurence ; Jacques, Lionel ; Halain, Jean-Philippe et alin Proceedings of SPIE (2014, June 18)This paper presents predictions of space radiation parameters for four space instruments performed by the Centre Spatial de Liège (ULg – Belgium); EUI, the Extreme Ultra-violet Instrument, on-board the ... [more ▼]This paper presents predictions of space radiation parameters for four space instruments performed by the Centre Spatial de Liège (ULg – Belgium); EUI, the Extreme Ultra-violet Instrument, on-board the Solar Orbiter platform; ESIO, Extreme-UV solar Imager for Operations, and JUDE, the Jupiter system Ultraviolet Dynamics Experiment, which was proposed for the JUICE platform. For Solar Orbiter platform, the radiation environment is defined by ESA environmental specification and the determination of the parameters is done through ray-trace analyses inside the EUI instrument. For ESIO instrument, the radiation environment of the geostationary orbit is defined through simulations of the trapped particles flux, the energetic solar protons flux and the galactic cosmic rays flux, taking the ECSS standard for space environment as a guideline. Then ray-trace analyses inside the instrument are performed to predict the particles fluxes at the level of the most radiation-sensitive elements of the instrument. For JUICE, the spacecraft trajectory is built from ephemeris files provided by ESA and the radiation environment is modeled through simulations by JOSE (Jovian Specification Environment model) then ray-trace analyses inside the instrument are performed to predict the particles fluxes at the level of the most radiation-sensitive elements of the instrument. [less ▲]Detailed reference viewed: 10 (3 ULg) Islamic religion and food practices in migration context: negotiating belonging and performing subjectivitiesMescoli, Elsa Conference (2014, June 17)My paper focuses on the ethnographic material collected during a doctoral research around the culinary practices of Moroccan women living in the city of Sesto San Giovanni (in Milan hinterland, Italy). In ... [more ▼]My paper focuses on the ethnographic material collected during a doctoral research around the culinary practices of Moroccan women living in the city of Sesto San Giovanni (in Milan hinterland, Italy). In particular, adopting a praxeological approach to subjectivation (Warnier 2001), I will highlight those aspects of the materiality that I studied which recall the belonging of the considered women to Islamic religion. In fact, everyday food consumption (or that related to specific events) and the very same preparation of recipes, are influenced not only by the prescriptions concerning licit and illicit food, but also by the suggestions regarding food which are appropriate to eat. On the one hand, Islamic norms prohibit some food to believers, such as certain meats because of the animal species or the category of victims (Benkheira 1997) to which they belong. Nevertheless, Muslim women behaviours concerning meat consumption are various, such as those of my informants, who in some cases demonstrate to negotiate such norms in order to materially shape a specific self interacting with different collective belongings. On the other hand, some Quranic verses and some sayings of the prophet Muhammad, define a soul food (Rouse and Hoskin 2004), by suggesting to believers what to eat to perform their piety: the preparation and the consumption of some food – and not only the abstention from it – finds in fact religious reasons. In order to follow such suggestions, in a context where Islamic religion is not the majority one, women has to deal with local rules while performing the materiality of some rituals. Religion and traditions intertwine and they shape specific knowledge and savoir-faire which are negotiated by the women considered so as to affirm their various belongings and to face the constraints which the new lived context imposes to them. Such constraints oblige a form of reflexivity on religious norms and rites (Højbjerg 2002), in order to define a limit beyond which modifications are perceived as subtractions of sense (Dore 2001). In my paper, I will try to give some ethnographic examples of these forms of reflexivity and to show how these dynamics constitute the materiality upon which and with which the women considered define their subjectivity. To support my reflexions, I will use visual materials such as photos and videos, which will witness the material density of these facts. [less ▲]Detailed reference viewed: 51 (1 ULg) IN VITRO STUDY OF A FIBER NETWORK TAILORED AS 3D-CELL MODELSevrin, Chantal ; Lombart, François ; Godino, Miguel et alPoster (2014, June 17)Detailed reference viewed: 8 (3 ULg) Polyester-based microcarriers with enhanced surface properties for tissue engineeringMarkvicheva, Elena; Privalova, Anna; Sevrin, Chantal et alPoster (2014, June 17)Detailed reference viewed: 6 (0 ULg) The Science Behind the Illusion of LifeCollignon, Stéphane Conference (2014, June 17)Brève revue des différents processus cognitifs et neuroscientifiques qui permettent d'expliquer qu'une figurine de cartoon suscite de réelles émotions malgré son artificialité manifeste.Detailed reference viewed: 7 (0 ULg) SRM Vs HR-MS quantitative proteomics: matrix effect and LOQ in serumBaiwir, Dominique ; Mazzucchelli, Gabriel ; Smargiasso, Nicolas et alPoster (2014, June 17)Detailed reference viewed: 12 (3 ULg) Detection and characterization of gait modifications, for the longitudinal follow-up of patients with neurological diseases, based on the gait analyzing system GAIMSPierard, Sébastien ; Azrour, Samir ; Phan-Ba, Rémy et alPoster (2014, June 17)Detailed reference viewed: 39 (7 ULg) Prior light history impacts on higher order cognitive brain functionChellappa, Sarah Laxhmi ; Ly, Julien; Meyer, Christelle et alConference (2014, June 17)Detailed reference viewed: 26 (2 ULg) An innovative lens surface functionalization to control Posterior Capsular OpacificationHuang, Yi-Shiang Poster (2014, June 17)Detailed reference viewed: 9 (0 ULg) Adolescent male sexual offenders: pubertal timing, psychosocial functioning and sexual abuse: what links?Glowacz, Fabienne Conference (2014, June 17)The impact of pubertal development on the psychological and social functioning of the teenager arouses a particular interest; the most recent research shows the existence of complex relationships between ... [more ▼]The impact of pubertal development on the psychological and social functioning of the teenager arouses a particular interest; the most recent research shows the existence of complex relationships between pubertal development and the manifestation of internalized and externalized disorders. According to a biosocial model, biological and social factors interact in their influence on sexual behavior. A number of studies have shown that sexual activity is associated with pubertal timing. Our study is interested specifically in the links between sexual activity (and sexual abuse) during adolescence and pubertal maturation in a population of juvenile sexual offenders aged between 12 and 18 years. We measured the pubertal variable starting from the perceived pubertal timing (PPT), which evaluates the teenagers' perception of their pubertal maturation, compared with that of their peers, to understand its impact on various dimensions of the functioning of teenagers: the perception of self , aggressiveness, association with peers, self-revealed delinquency and sexual offenses. Two predominant hypothesis are used for explain influence of pubertal timing on sexual offense: the maturational deviance hypothesis and the early timing hypothesis. Our results confirm the importance of integrating the puberty variable into research on adolescent male sexual offenders, but also at the level of intervention. [less ▲]Detailed reference viewed: 21 (0 ULg) Assessment of Solvent Degradation within a Global Process Model of Post-Combustion CO2 CaptureLéonard, Grégoire ; Heyen, Georges ; Toye, Dominique Conference (2014, June 17)Solvent degradation may be a major drawback for the large-scale implementation of post-combustion CO2 capture due to amine consumption and emission of degradation products. However, its influence on the ... [more ▼]Solvent degradation may be a major drawback for the large-scale implementation of post-combustion CO2 capture due to amine consumption and emission of degradation products. However, its influence on the process operations has rarely been studied. In the present work, a kinetics model describing solvent oxidative and thermal degradation has been developed based on own experimental results for the benchmark solvent, i.e. 30 wt% monoethanolamine (MEA) in water. This model has been included into a global Aspen Plus model of the CO2 capture process. The selected process modelling approaches are described in the present work. Using the resulting simulation model, optimal operating conditions can be identified to minimize both the energy requirement and the solvent degradation in the process. This kind of process model assessing solvent degradation may contribute to the design of large-scale CO2 capture plants to consider not only the process energy penalty, but also its environmental penalty. Indeed, both aspects are relevant for the large-scale deployment of the CO2 capture technology. [less ▲]Detailed reference viewed: 36 (2 ULg) The circadian system sets the temporal organization of basic human neuronal functionChellappa, Sarah Laxhmi ; Ly, Julien; Gaggioni, Giulia et alConference (2014, June 16)Detailed reference viewed: 16 (4 ULg) Characterization of riparian zones in wallonia (belgium)Michez, Adrien ; Piégay, Hervé; Lejeune, Philippe et alConference (2014, June 16)The present study proposes an innovative approach to automatically extract riparian zone characteristics in order to assess its quality, from pre-determined river management reaches (1-3 km long) to ... [more ▼]The present study proposes an innovative approach to automatically extract riparian zone characteristics in order to assess its quality, from pre-determined river management reaches (1-3 km long) to regional scale (ca. 13000 km for 1000 management sectors). The aim of this remotely sensed monitoring is to improve the river and riparian zone management and planning by providing some key information for river managers. This first research is exclusively based on data which are available at the regional scale (170000 square km) to develop automated tools to implement the methodology to the whole Walloon river network (13000 km) before 2015 with an update frequency of 3 years (photogrammetric DSM survey frequency). [less ▲]Detailed reference viewed: 19 (0 ULg) A forward genetic screen to identify hydrogenase-deficient mutants in the unicellular green alga Chlamydomonas reinhardtiiEmonds-Alt, Barbara ; Godaux, Damien ; Cardol, Pierre et alPoster (2014, June 15)The ability of the unicellular green alga Chlamydomonas reinhardtii to evolve molecular hydrogen (H2) is due to the presence of oxygen-sensitive Fe-hydrogenases (HydA1/2), expressed in anoxic conditions ... [more ▼]The ability of the unicellular green alga Chlamydomonas reinhardtii to evolve molecular hydrogen (H2) is due to the presence of oxygen-sensitive Fe-hydrogenases (HydA1/2), expressed in anoxic conditions that drive the photosynthetic electron flow to reduce protons into H2. In order to identify new players involved in H2 photoproduction in Chlamydomonas, an insertion mutant library was generated using cassettes conferring resistance to hygromycin or paromomycin. Hydrogenase activity is physiologically relevant during a transition from dark anoxia to light. In dark anoxic conditions, the cellular redox poise is high and the photosynthetic electron transport chain is fully reduced. Upon illumination, hydrogenase activity allows the reoxidation of photosynthetic intersystem electron carriers until oxic conditions and carbon fixation ability are restored. We thus designed an in vivo fluorescence imaging screen based on the different kinetics of photosynthesis induction between wild type and hydrogenase-deficient mutants [1]. At this stage, three putative hydrogenase mutants have been identified on 10,000 transformants. Molecular characterization of the insertion site of the resistance cassette by TAIL-PCR and genetic analyses of the linkage between the antibiotic resistance and the fluorescence phenotype showed that one mutant was untagged with the resistance while two tagged mutants were deficient for the HydG assembly factor. [less ▲]Detailed reference viewed: 26 (7 ULg) Détermination de la teneur en équol dans les laits commercialisés en Wallonie (Belgique)Daems, Frédéric ; Jasselette, Christophe; Franckson, Delphine et alPoster (2014, June 13)Detailed reference viewed: 14 (0 ULg) Dissociation between procedural learning of visuo-motor and picture names sequences in children with Specific Language ImpairmentDesmottes, Lise ; Meulemans, Thierry ; Maillart, Christelle Poster (2014, June 13)Detailed reference viewed: 18 (4 ULg) The Discretionary Use of Strasbourg Jurisprudence by the International Criminal CourtDeprez, Christophe Conference (2014, June 13)Although the case law of the European Court of Human Rights ("ECtHR") has had and still shows critical influence on the development of the practice of the International Criminal Court ("ICC"), it remains ... [more ▼]Although the case law of the European Court of Human Rights ("ECtHR") has had and still shows critical influence on the development of the practice of the International Criminal Court ("ICC"), it remains unclear what the authority of such external jurisprudence is vis-à-vis the international criminal judge. While it is virtually undisputed that human rights law, in general terms, is applicable to proceedings before the ICC, many scholars tend to adopt a much nuanced approach to the authority of human rights case law in particular. This paper aims to shed further light on the issue by addressing the question whether ICC judges have used Strasbourg jurisprudence in a consistent manner, in particular as regards the authority which they decided to vest the latter with. It demonstrates that ICC Chambers have relied on European human rights practice, alternatively, as a mere source of inspiration, as binding interpretation, as a corpus having ambivalent authority, or as a source whose legal value it simply left unspecified. This leads us to conclude that, on the whole, the ICC has been mostly inconsistent regarding the value of ECtHR case law in the context of international criminal proceedings. Such inconsistency, we argue, amounts to a discretionary use of Strasbourg jurisprudence that further reinforces the Court's paradoxical position as the ultimate authority for defining the boundaries of its own human rights constraint. [less ▲]Detailed reference viewed: 11 (1 ULg)