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See detailRazziaed memories, proud re-membering: Africa in Damas and Brathwaite
Pagnoulle, Christine ULiege

Conference (2013, March 21)

“Razziaed memories, proud re-membering: Africa in poems by Léon Gontran Damas and Kamau Brathwaite” To poets and artists in the Caribbean Africa is always present, often with two opposed connotations – ... [more ▼]

“Razziaed memories, proud re-membering: Africa in poems by Léon Gontran Damas and Kamau Brathwaite” To poets and artists in the Caribbean Africa is always present, often with two opposed connotations – the violence of the slave-trade on the one hand and the mythic home country that functions as a source of pride on the other. The second celebratory approach is obvious at the very root of the Negritude movement (and for instance in the repeated statement by Damas ‘Le Blanc à l’École du Nègre’) or in Brathwaite’s writing about the circle as an image of harmonious communal living (‘the world was round and we the spices in it’) as opposed to the straight line (‘and they brought sticks rods roads bullets straight objects’), and his reference to Yoruba figures such as Sh/Xango, Legba/Eleggua or Yemanjaa/Sycorax. While focusing on poems and passages that are branded by the scars of destruction and the memory of brutal transportation I will also briefly discuss evidence of deep-rooted pride. [less ▲]

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See detailThe Violence of Self-Starvation
Delville, Michel ULiege; Norris, Andrew

Conference (2013, March 21)

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See detailRetrospective analysis of Belgian experience with intestinal transplantation
Ceulemans, L.J.; DE ROOVER, Arnaud ULiege; DETRY, Olivier ULiege et al

Conference (2013, March 21)

Aim: The only alternative to Total Parenteral Nutrition (TPN) for complicated intestinal failure is Intesti- nal Transplantation (ITx) which is perceived as a high-risk procedure with inferior results ... [more ▼]

Aim: The only alternative to Total Parenteral Nutrition (TPN) for complicated intestinal failure is Intesti- nal Transplantation (ITx) which is perceived as a high-risk procedure with inferior results compared to other organ Tx. Therefore ITx has been rarely applied in Belgium. In a multicenter retrospective review, we analyzed the overall Belgian experience with ITx. Methods: The Belgium Liver Intestine Committee organized a survey among all Belgian Tx centers, based on the patient-specific data form of the international ITx registry. Overall activity and indications were reviewed. Patient/graft survival was calculated (Kaplan-Meier). Nutritional (TPN) independence and Quality of Life (QoL) (Karnofsky score) were analyzed. Results: 21 ITx were performed in 20 patients (03/99-11/12), distributed among 5 centers: KUL (12), ULg (5), UZG (2), UCL (1), UZA (1). Median age was 38y(8mo-56y). Male/female ratio was 10/10. 5 were pediatrics (<18y) and 15 adults. Indications were anatomical or functional short bowel syndrome: intestinal ischemia(5), volvulus(5), Crohn(2), chronic intestinal pseudo-obstruction(2), splanchnic thrombosis(2), Churg-Strauss(1), necrotizing enterocolitis(1), microvillus inclusion(1), intestinal atresia(1) and chronic rejection of a first ITx(1). Most patients also suffered from TPN-associated com- plications (infection/shortage of venous access or liver failure). An isolated small bowel was trans- planted in 9 patients (plus kidney Tx in 2; plus pancreas Tx in 1); 10 received a combined liver and ITx; 2 received a multivisceral Tx. At time of Tx, 11 patients were hospitalized and 10 at home. 20 grafts were procured from deceased donors; one segmental intestinal graft was procured from a living donor. ABO blood group was identical in 63%, compatible in 37%. Median cold ischemia time was 5h30 ́(3h17 ́-9h31 ́). All patients received tacrolimus-based immunosuppression. Basiliximab (anti-IL2 receptor antibody) induction was administered in 16 patients. In 11 patients donor specific blood was transfused as part of an immunomodulatory protocol. 5-year patient and graft survival is 59% and 55.6%, respectively. 8 patients died: 6 to sepsis, 1 to intracerebral hemorrhage; 1 sudden death re- mained unexplained. 1 patient developed postTx lymphoma. 2 chronic rejections occured for which one reTx was performed. Of 12 survivors (median follow-up 1870 days), 11 are nutritionally independent (TPN-free) and 10 have a Karnofsky score >90%. Conclusions: ITx has come of age in Belgium. During the last 13 years, 21 ITx were performed in 5 centers. A 5-year patient/graft survival of 59%/55.6% is achieved, which is similar to results reported by the International ITx registry. In Belgium, awareness should grow that ITx represents a life-saving (and QoL improving) treatment in selected patients with reduced life expectancy due to significant complica- tions from TPN and intestinal failure. [less ▲]

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See detail"With love for my people": Chika Unigwe's Night Dancer
Tunca, Daria ULiege

Conference (2013, March 21)

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See detailMagnetic hybrid materials for triggered drug delivery and optical properties of intraocular lens
Liu, Ji ULiege; Jérôme, Christine ULiege; Detrembleur, Christophe ULiege et al

Conference (2013, March 20)

Mesoporous silica nanoparticles have great potential for drug delivery system (DDS) due to their large volume for encapsulation of guest molecules in the porous channels. Due to the specific magnetic ... [more ▼]

Mesoporous silica nanoparticles have great potential for drug delivery system (DDS) due to their large volume for encapsulation of guest molecules in the porous channels. Due to the specific magnetic responsiveness, magnetic nanoparticles can penetrate body tissues under a magnetic guidance, providing a potential platform for magnetic-directed DDS. Furthermore, a sharp local heating can be obtained for superparamagnetic nanoparticles when exposed to an alternating magnetic field (AMF). This specific property opens up the possibility of the application in tumor treatments. Here, we fabricated maghemite/SiO2 mesoporous nanohybrids DDS with phase-changed molecules as gate-keepers. The channels were envisaged to be closed in the biological systems during the delivery; however, opened when exposed to external heating or internal heating from hyperthermia generated by the maghemite cores. Thus the uploaded drug can diffuse into the surrounding medium. MTS assay showed a good cytocompatibility of the vehicles in both mouse L929 cells and cancer MEL-5 cells, and also internalization into MEL-5 cells was confirmed by Fluoresce microscopy, fluoresce-activated cell sorting (FACS) and TEM techniques. The release of drugs can be controlled by varying the concentration of the nanohybrids vehicles, the period of AMF treatment, or both. In-vivo triggered-release of doxorubicin into MEL-5 cells was confirmed by the sharp decrease in cell viability. This DDS can be designed for controlled release to an urgent physiological need via chemotherapy, hyperthermia therapy, or both. [less ▲]

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See detailHot stars in the whole CoRoT mission
Briquet, Maryline ULiege

Conference (2013, March 20)

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See detailRamses. A tool for linguistic analysis of Late Egyptian
Winand, Jean ULiege

Conference (2013, March 20)

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See detailLes problèmes cutanés liés aux médicaments
GADISSEUR, Romy ULiege

Conference (2013, March 19)

Les problèmes cutanés liés aux médicaments

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See detailMatériaux médicaux implantables : le point aujourd’hui
Grandfils, Christian ULiege

Conference (2013, March 19)

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See detailLe Remake dans l’art contemporain.
Thonon, Jonathan ULiege

Conference (2013, March 19)

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See detailPrise en charge des patients lithiasiques
GADISSEUR, Romy ULiege

Conference (2013, March 18)

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See detailLaser Cooling of Iron Atoms
Bastin, Thierry ULiege; Huet, Nicolas ULiege; Krins, Stéphanie ULiege

Conference (2013, March 18)

We report on the first laser cooling of Iron atoms. Our laser cooling setup makes use of 2 UV laser radiation sent colinearly in a 0.8~m Zeeman slower. One laser is meant for optical pumping of the Iron ... [more ▼]

We report on the first laser cooling of Iron atoms. Our laser cooling setup makes use of 2 UV laser radiation sent colinearly in a 0.8~m Zeeman slower. One laser is meant for optical pumping of the Iron atoms from the ground state to the lowest energy metastable state. The second laser cools down the atoms using a quasi-perfect closed transition from the optical pumped metastable state. The velocity distribution at the exit of the Zeeman slower is obtained from a probe laser crossing the atom beam at an angle of 50 degrees. The fluorescence light is detected using a photomultiplier tube coupled with a boxcar analyzer. The Iron atom beam is produced with a commercial effusion cell working at around 1950 K. Our laser radiations are stabilized using standard saturated-absorption signals in both an Iron hollow cathode absorption cell and an Iodine cell. We will present our experimental setup, as well as the first evidences of cooled down Iron atoms at the exit of the Zeeman slower. [less ▲]

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See detailPreparation of drug-loaded scaffolds for biomedical applications using supercritical fluid technology
Champeau, Mathilde; Jérôme, Christine ULiege; Tassaing, Thierry

Conference (2013, March 17)

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See detailMicrobiological diagnosis of infectious keratitis
MELIN, Pierrette ULiege

Conference (2013, March 16)

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See detailAutomatic Aircraft Cargo Load Planning with Pick-up and Delivery
Lurkin, Virginie ULiege; Schyns, Michael ULiege

Conference (2013, March 15)

This research aims to develop a new mixed integer linear program to solve the containers assignment problem when pickup and deliveries are considered. Given a pool of ULDs and an aircraft with multiple ... [more ▼]

This research aims to develop a new mixed integer linear program to solve the containers assignment problem when pickup and deliveries are considered. Given a pool of ULDs and an aircraft with multiple destinations, we want to obtain a loading plan determining at which positions the ULDs must be assigned in order to minimize simultaneous the quantity of fuel consumed and the number of re-handles. The loading plan should also ensure a number of structural, safety and manoeuvrability constraints. The model has been tested on real instances and provides encouraging results. [less ▲]

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See detailStatistical analysis of Saturn's UV auroral outer emission
Grodent, Denis ULiege; Radioti, Aikaterini ULiege; Schippers, Patricia et al

Conference (2013, March 15)

Recent observations of Saturn’s aurora with the UVIS spectrograph on-board Cassini not only confirm the presence of a quasi-permanent partial ring of emission equatorward of the main auroral oval, but ... [more ▼]

Recent observations of Saturn’s aurora with the UVIS spectrograph on-board Cassini not only confirm the presence of a quasi-permanent partial ring of emission equatorward of the main auroral oval, but they also increase the number of positive cases and allow for a statistical analysis of the characteristics of this outer emission. This faint but distinct auroral feature appears at both hemispheres in the nightside sector. It magnetically maps to relatively large distances in the nightside magnetosphere, on the order of 9 RS. It was initially thought that pitch angle scattering of electrons into the loss cone by whistler waves would be responsible for the outer auroral emission. Rough estimates suggested that a suprathermal electron population observed with Cassini in the nightside sector between 7 and 10 RS might power this process. However, a new analysis of 7 years of Cassini electron plasma data indicates the presence of layers of upward and downward field aligned currents. They appear to be part of a large-scale current system involving dayside-nightside asymmetries as well as trans- hemispheric variations. This system comprises a net upward current layer, carried by warm electrons, limited to the nightside sector which may as well generate the outer UV auroral emission. The growing dataset of UVIS spectro- images is used to find any such asymmetries in the outer auroral emission. [less ▲]

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See detailL’analyse spatiale en santé : étude exploratoire
Belche, Jean ULiege; Duchesnes, Christiane ULiege

Conference (2013, March 15)

L’analyse spatiale en santé fait appel à des compétences interdisciplinaires. Dans cette étude exploratoire demandée par le SISD de Liège-Huy-Waremme et réalisée conjointement par les départements de ... [more ▼]

L’analyse spatiale en santé fait appel à des compétences interdisciplinaires. Dans cette étude exploratoire demandée par le SISD de Liège-Huy-Waremme et réalisée conjointement par les départements de Médecine Générale et de Géographie de l’ULg, nous avons voulu en découvrir la richesse et la diversité, au travers d’une revue de la littérature et des sites web de divers organismes ainsi que de travaux d’étudiants en géographie. Deux éléments de base sont à prendre en compte : le territoire et les personnes. Le territoire, défini assez facilement, peut être appréhendé à des niveaux de précision divers ; les bordures cependant représentent une difficulté particulière pour l’analyse spatiale en raison de la mobilité de la population. La notion de bassin de vie qui permet de définir un territoire en fonction des actions et besoins d’une population est un concept qui peut s’appliquer à la santé, à l’image de bassins de soins français ou des « zorgregios » qui divisent le territoire flamand. Les demandes ou besoins en matière de soins nécessiteront de cibler les patients et les différents utilisateurs suivant l’âge, les niveaux de précarité, d’isolement, ... L’analyse de l’offre de soins s’intéressera aux prestataires et aux institutions de soins. L’étape essentielle est de bien formuler la question de départ. De nombreuses bases de données peuvent être consultées et comprennent la majorité des indicateurs nécessaires mais leur utilisation dans une optique d’analyse spatiale en santé est encore peu utilisée au niveau local ou régional. [less ▲]

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See detailLe SYLOS (SYstème LOcal de Santé), 15 ans d’une forme structurée de collaboration transversale, centrée sur une structure hospitalière et les intervenants correspondants de la première ligne de soins
Belche, Jean ULiege; Duchesnes, Christiane ULiege; Van der Vennet, Jean et al

Conference (2013, March 15)

La coordination entre différents niveaux de soins n’est pas obligatoire dans le système de santé belge : les patients ont un choix et un accès libres à toutes les spécialités médicales et la fidélisation ... [more ▼]

La coordination entre différents niveaux de soins n’est pas obligatoire dans le système de santé belge : les patients ont un choix et un accès libres à toutes les spécialités médicales et la fidélisation à un médecin généraliste, bien qu’encouragée, n’est pas systématique. En découlent une fragmentation des soins et un risque de compétition entre professionnels de la santé, aboutissant à une perte d’efficacité des soins. Le vieillissement de la population et la multi-morbidité, la volonté de rationalisation des dépenses dans les soins de santé remettent à l’avant-plan la nécessité d’une articulation plus importante entre les deux lignes de soins. Alors qu’une approche intégrée et centrée sur le patient et la communauté est souhaitable, la collaboration prend actuellement la forme de multiples initiatives locales, centrées sur une pathologie. Le SYLOS (SYstème LOcal de Santé) est une forme structurée de collaboration transversale, centrée sur une structure hospitalière et les intervenants correspondants de la première ligne de soins. Initiée il y a 15 ans, elle a été mise en œuvre dans différents contextes. Le projet SYLOS 2012-2013 est une recherche-action menée par le Département de Médecine Générale de l’ULg et le Département de Santé Publique de l’Institut de Médecine Tropicale d’Anvers et financée par le SISD de Liège-Huy-Waremme. La première phase étudie les freins et les opportunités à la mise en place de ce type de concertation dans trois contextes différents de la région liégeoise : Liège, Seraing et Waremme. [less ▲]

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See detailIntérêts et limites de la dialyse nocturne
Krzesinski, Jean-Marie ULiege

Conference (2013, March 14)

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See detailMapping the interplay of policy paradigms and technology assessment in Flanders and Wallonia (Belgium)
Van Oudheusden, Michiel ULiege; Charlier, Nathan ULiege; Rosskamp, Benedikt ULiege et al

Conference (2013, March 13)

This paper empirically assesses how science, technology, and innovation (STI) policies in the regions of Flanders and Wallonia (Belgium) are affected by, and possibly transformed through, technology ... [more ▼]

This paper empirically assesses how science, technology, and innovation (STI) policies in the regions of Flanders and Wallonia (Belgium) are affected by, and possibly transformed through, technology assessment (TA). Broadly defined, TA encompasses activities and programs that seek to expand and deepen the knowledge base of contemporary knowledge-based economies (KBEs), typically by including new actors (e.g. trade unions), ideas (e.g. science in society), and rationales (e.g. participatory techniques) in STI processes. The paper thus seeks to render concrete how TA ideas and programs unfold with, and potentially steer, new articulations of knowledge, which are imperative to present-day STI processes. Drawing on TA case studies in the two regions, the paper illustrates how TA takes on various shapes and forms, including that of mediating instrument, policy-oriented decision-making tool linked to Parliament, and experimental-deliberative mechanism. It is argued that while these TA forms engender new kinds of knowledge and knowledge production, the extent to which TA discourses and practices are effectively taken up in STI is contingent upon how TA taps into, and aligns itself with, global and regional dynamics. The former comprise the convergence of technology research and innovation around the KBE and the advent of strategic science, with its emphasis on real-world problem solving (relevance) and basic research (excellence); the latter entail constitutional reforms that spurred the regionalization of STI policy in Belgium. Our analysis brings a macro-sociological and political sensitivity to bear on TA. Rather than conceiving of TA as a mere management tool or governance technique, we suggest that TA processes enact, as well as counteract, dominant innovation policies. How TA positions itself or is positioned in relation to these policies, is particularly relevant to consider in view of the Flemish Government’s recent decision to abolish its parliamentary TA institute and the Walloon Government’s intention of erecting one. [less ▲]

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See detailSpecialists vs. Generalists in Thai limestone karsts: Comparative phylogeography of two Murinae rodents in Thailand
Latinne, Alice ULiege; Waengsothorn, Surachit; Michaux, Johan ULiege

Conference (2013, March 13)

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See detailBringing the normative content into participatory technology assessment
Lucivero, Federica; Delvenne, Pierre ULiege; Van Oudheusden, Michiel ULiege

Conference (2013, March 13)

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See detailLegal Mobilization against Workplace Discrimination in Belgium and Sweden: Transnationalism and Convergence in Internal Decision-Making?
Lejeune, Aude ULiege

Conference (2013, March 13)

Some scholarly works on legal mobilization have highlighted the diffusion of litigious policies to address social problems in Europe, considering that a rights’ revolution was underway; others have ... [more ▼]

Some scholarly works on legal mobilization have highlighted the diffusion of litigious policies to address social problems in Europe, considering that a rights’ revolution was underway; others have identified sources of resistance to the diffusion of the mobilization of the courts as a mechanism for promotion of rights in Europe. European national agencies for equality, created in the 2000s to address discrimination issues, use litigation to produce social change, both at national and supranational levels. Their strategies, if not new, may tend to redefine legal mobilization against unlawful treatment in the workplace in Europe. In this paper, I analyze how the Belgian and the Swedish equality agencies select the cases they bring to court. How and according to which criteria do they choose, among the complaints they receive, the ones which are relevant for litigation? Although litigation policy at the organizational level has been studied in scholarly works, only a few scholars have examined how European networks influence the internal decision-making. How does Equinet, the European network of equality agencies, promote common frames of interpreting and addressing discrimination in the workplace among European countries? Referring to recent works on social structure and individual actor agency, this contribution aims to highlight organizations’ constraints and resources within different legal regimes, current anti-discrimination policies and legal culture. More broadly, this contribution aims to call into question the processes of transnationalisation and policy transfer from one country to another within the European Union. [less ▲]

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See detailA method allowing long term culture and expansion of chicken primordial germ cells
Tonus, Céline ULiege; Waroux, Olivier ULiege; Grobet, Luc ULiege

Conference (2013, March 12)

We developed an original method allowing long term culture (up to 20 month) of undifferentiated chicken PGCs, with good proliferation rates. We use a co-culture system: PGCs are cultivated in cell culture ... [more ▼]

We developed an original method allowing long term culture (up to 20 month) of undifferentiated chicken PGCs, with good proliferation rates. We use a co-culture system: PGCs are cultivated in cell culture inserts, in the presence of irradiated Buffalo Rat Liver cells. According to our own experience, physical separation of PGCs and feeder cells limits the differentiation of PGCs. Our PGCs lines keep their original phenotype including their gonadal colonization ability. We also developed a novel cryopreservation method based on vitrification, in complement of a slow rate freezing. [less ▲]

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See detailPhotogrammetry for forest inventory
Pierrot Deseilligny, Marc; Lisein, Jonathan ULiege

Conference (2013, March 12)

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See detailCos: A Typical Example of Hellenistic Religion?
Paul, Stéphanie ULiege

Conference (2013, March 09)

In 366 BC, various settlements of the island of Cos synoecised to form a single polis. This political reform led to a reorganization of the older cults evidenced by inscriptions from the mid-fourth ... [more ▼]

In 366 BC, various settlements of the island of Cos synoecised to form a single polis. This political reform led to a reorganization of the older cults evidenced by inscriptions from the mid-fourth century BC. Furthermore, abundant epigraphical material informs us on Coan religious life until the first century BC and archaeological excavations have shown intense building activities within sanctuaries during the third and second centuries BC. This paper will confront the example of Cos with two theoretical models on Greek religion. First, it will test the validity of the “polis religion” model developed by C. Sourvinou-Inwood (1990, 2000) and recently disputed, notably on the grounds that it cannot capture all aspects of religious activity (Kindt 2009, Eidinow 2011). On the other hand, Hellenistic religion has long been viewed as a decline of Classical religion, featuring an “individualization” of religion and an increasing popularity of private and foreign cults. This out-of-date perception is invalidated by the Coan example. Finally, I will ask myself to what extent the nature of the evidence, mainly composed of decrees issued by the polis, can distort our representation of Coan religious life. [less ▲]

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See detailStratification du risque cardiovasculaire selon la fonction
Krzesinski, Jean-Marie ULiege

Conference (2013, March 09)

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See detailAffinités et contrastes entre les phénomènes affectifs et les phénomènes conatifs
Dewalque, Arnaud ULiege

Conference (2013, March 08)

Cet exposé concerne un certain débat apparu dans l’école de Franz Brentano. Ce débat, qui comporte de nombreuses facettes, porte sur la nature des phénomènes émotionnels au sens le plus large et, plus ... [more ▼]

Cet exposé concerne un certain débat apparu dans l’école de Franz Brentano. Ce débat, qui comporte de nombreuses facettes, porte sur la nature des phénomènes émotionnels au sens le plus large et, plus particulièrement, sur la relation entre les sentiments (les affects ou phénomènes affectifs) et les volitions (les désirs ou phénomènes conatifs). Je rappelle d’abord la position de Brentano (1874), puis j’expose les objections qui lui ont été adressées par Christian von Ehrenfels dans sa thèse d’habilitation, "Über Fuhlen und Wollen. Eine psychologische Studie" (1887). Enfin, j’examine certaines difficultés de la théorie d’Ehrenfels en m’appuyant notamment sur les remarques critiques de Meinong. Je conclus par quelques observations générales sur le programme brentanien. [less ▲]

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See detailLa non-performativité de l'art performance
Hagelstein, Maud ULiege

Conference (2013, March 08)

Objectif : Identifier le rapport critique de la performativité à l’imagination (ou plutôt de la non-performativité à l’imagination) à travers le médium de l’art performance (pour élaborer une nouvelle ... [more ▼]

Objectif : Identifier le rapport critique de la performativité à l’imagination (ou plutôt de la non-performativité à l’imagination) à travers le médium de l’art performance (pour élaborer une nouvelle théorie de la réception). Trois arguments sont développés dans cette intervention : (1) La théorie du performatif elle-même (en tout cas telle qu’énoncée par Austin) évacue la possibilité d’une performativité artistique (d’une performativité qui s’exercerait dans le domaine de l’art ou de la fiction) ; (2) La performance artistique se distingue de l’« objet performatif » - c’est-à-dire de l’objet artistique qui incite le spectateur à des actes et à un comportement spécifiques. Dans le champ de l’art contemporain, l’idée de « performativité » a un tel succès, que l’on parle désormais d’œuvre performative à chaque fois qu’un objet artistique entretient un lien quelconque à l’action, soit qu’il réclame d’être activé par la présence physique de l’artiste ou du spectateur, soit qu’il renvoie directement à une action ou un processus dans lequel il est inscrit ou dont il est issu. En ce sens, la performativité constitue une valeur ajoutée à un objet ou une image – c’est-à-dire à une représentation. Tandis que l’art performance présente de pures actions (dont il serait vain/redondant de rappeler le lien à l’action). (3) L’art performance refuse radicalement (position esthétique radicale) d’exercer un pouvoir sur l’imagination du spectateur. La réaction de ce dernier aux actions visuelles qui lui sont présentées lui appartient en propre, n’est pas guidée/influencée par les intentions de l’artiste. L’essence même de ce genre artistique est d’appeler des lectures toujours/nécessairement subjectives. Souligner la non-performativité de l’art performance reviendrait à montrer qu’elle déjoue par avance toute prise de pouvoir, toute autorité exercée sur le spectateur. Cela reviendrait par conséquent à jeter les bases d’une théorie renouvelée de la réception. [less ▲]

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See detailLa théorie des affects chez Theodor Lipps
Gyemant, Maria ULiege

Conference (2013, March 08)

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See detailSearching for water in the atmosphere of the hot Saturn WASP-49b
Delrez, Laetitia ULiege

Conference (2013, March 08)

At the forefront of comparative exoplanetology, the atmospheric characterization of transiting exoplanets is revealing the intimate nature of these 'new worlds'. In this exciting context, we present here ... [more ▼]

At the forefront of comparative exoplanetology, the atmospheric characterization of transiting exoplanets is revealing the intimate nature of these 'new worlds'. In this exciting context, we present here some preliminary results of our VLT program that consisted in monitoring three transits of the new 'hot Saturn' WASP-49b (Lendl et al. 2012) with the FORS instrument in Multi-Object Spectroscopic mode (MXU). [less ▲]

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See detailRéguler par la science: le cas des aliments fonctionnels
Hendrickx, Kim ULiege

Conference (2013, March 08)

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See detailSame-sex parenting in Europe: challenges and prospects
Naziri, Despina ULiege

Conference (2013, March 08)

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See detailTechnologies Alimentaires : « Le rôle et la commercialisation des prébiotiques »
Goffin, Dorothée ULiege

Conference (2013, March 08)

Technologie assessment appliqué à l'agroalimentaire

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See detailPRIM related correlations
Mathéi, Axel ULiege

Conference (2013, March 07)

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See detailLes allergies médicamenteuses : point de vue du biologiste
GADISSEUR, Romy ULiege

Conference (2013, March 07)

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See detailPrévention des courbatures musculaires en pratique sportive
Hody, Stéphanie ULiege

Conference (2013, March 07)

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See detailQuestions de méthodologie pour une thèse en droit public comparé
Bouhon, Frédéric ULiege

Conference (2013, March 07)

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See detailProtocols, Standards and Methods for Odour Monitoring by Sensor Technologies
Romain, Anne-Claude ULiege

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See detailSedimentation and active faulting in the western tip of the Gulf of Corinth, Greece
Beckers, Arnaud ULiege; Bodeux, Sarah ULiege; Beck, Christian et al

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The Gulf of Corinth is one of the fastest-spreading intracontinental rift on Earth, a 120km long E-W structure propagating westward toward the Aegean subduction zone. Present day kinematics (GPS data ... [more ▼]

The Gulf of Corinth is one of the fastest-spreading intracontinental rift on Earth, a 120km long E-W structure propagating westward toward the Aegean subduction zone. Present day kinematics (GPS data) indicates an opening direction oriented NNE-SSW and an opening rate increasing westward from 11 mm y-1 in the central part to 16 mm y-1 in the westernmost part. The high extension rate in the western part of the rift would imply a high seismic hazard if faults are not creeping. Our work concerns this western extremity of the Gulf of Corinth, for which we propose an accurate map of submarine faults as well as first chronostratigraphic interpretations. The map is based on two high-resolution seismic reflection surveys (single channel sparker) performed aboard HCMR’s R/V ALKYON, within the frame of SISCOR ANR Project. About 600 km of seismic lines were acquired, with a 200 msTWTT maximum penetration. We identified last glacial maximum (LGM) lowstand erosion surfaces along the northern coast. They made possible the mapping of post-LGM sediment thickness as well as estimates of subsidence rates. Depocenters location is controlled by river deltas where up to 75m of post-LGM sediments are stored. Numerous, up to 15m thick, mass transport deposits fill the central and eastern parts. Seafloor erosion is observed on 7.5 km2 in the western part, involving action of marine currents. The northern coast is subsiding between 1.7 and 2.2 mm y-1. We also mapped the following fault network described from east to west. In the eastern part, the sedimentary infill is faulted by the known North Eratini, South Eratini and West Channel faults. At the longitude of the Trizonia Island, the seafloor is mainly horizontal and the only fault is the south dipping Trizonia fault. Between the Trizonia Island and the Mornos Delta, the shallower northern part of the gulf shows a diffuse pattern of deformation with faults striking mainly E-W and ESE-WNW. In the southern part of the rift, no fault has been observed between the Psatopyrgos fault bounding the southern side of the Gulf and the Mornos Delta. To the West, between the Mornos Delta and the Rion Straits, three main south dipping, normal and oblique faults have been identified. This NE-SW striking fault system could be part of a local transfer zone linking the Patras and the Corinth Basins, or of the NE-SW right-lateral slip fault system interconnecting the Gulf of Corinth to the Kephalonia transform Fault and the Hellenic subduction. [less ▲]

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See detailPhysico-chemical properties and photocatalytic activity of calcined P-doped and P/Ag-doped TiO2 xerogels
Bodson, Céline; Pirard, Sophie ULiege; Pirard, René ULiege et al

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See detailHypertension artérielle résistante : place actuelle de la dénervation rénale dans sa prise en charge
Krzesinski, Jean-Marie ULiege

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HTA résistante touche 8% de la population hypertendue Nécessité d’une approche méthodique pour débusquer l’erreur dans la prise en charge Importance des médicaments interférant, du gain de poids et de ... [more ▼]

HTA résistante touche 8% de la population hypertendue Nécessité d’une approche méthodique pour débusquer l’erreur dans la prise en charge Importance des médicaments interférant, du gain de poids et de l’alimentation trop salée. Recherche d’un SAHOS Haute dose de diurétique et souvent association avec la spironolactone. Et si cela résiste? …dDénervation rénale? 1% des hypertendus traités! [less ▲]

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Nguyen, Huu-Minh ULiege; Doutreloup, Sébastien; Erpicum, Michel ULiege et al

Conference (2013, March 05)

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

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

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See detailParcours d’auteur : l’émergence de Voltaire en "philosophe"
Daubercies, Laurence ULiege

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See detailVulnérbilité, robustesse et fragilité en gériatrie
Petermans, Jean ULiege

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See detailPourquoi en devenant psychanalyste je ne suis pas devenue historienne
Naziri, Despina ULiege

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See detailGreek Polytheism and Representation of Sacred Space: Aphrodite and Heracles on Cos
Paul, Stéphanie ULiege

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See detailThe singing voice evaluation
Larrouy, Pauline ULiege; Morsomme, Dominique ULiege

Conference (2013, March 01)

Singing is an activity widely shared. In order to determine whether a vocal performance is “in tune” or not, to understand better the causes of poor pitch singing or to judge the quality of a singer ... [more ▼]

Singing is an activity widely shared. In order to determine whether a vocal performance is “in tune” or not, to understand better the causes of poor pitch singing or to judge the quality of a singer, objective tools are needed. Studies leaded for a PhD validate an objective analysis of the vocal accuracy but also observe the effects to take into account for the singing voice evaluation. Experimental as well as artistic and pedagogical perspectives appear from the conclusions of those studies. [less ▲]

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See detailNotre jeunesse déliquante et violente : info ou intox?
Gavray, Claire ULiege

Conference (2013, March 01)

Alors que les chiffres montrent qu'on ne remarque pas au niveau global une augmentation de la délinquance et de la violence faites par les jeunes, l'opinion publique a l'impression inverse. Quels est l ... [more ▼]

Alors que les chiffres montrent qu'on ne remarque pas au niveau global une augmentation de la délinquance et de la violence faites par les jeunes, l'opinion publique a l'impression inverse. Quels est l'origne et quels sont les enjeux de cette distorsion ? [less ▲]

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See detailEntre texte et image : Sarapis et Neôtera élus parmi les dieux
Veymiers, Richard ULiege

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Morsomme, Dominique ULiege

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See detail(Bio)-amphiphilic compounds as biohybrid materials: the case of peptidolipids and glycolipids
Razafindralambo, Hary ULiege

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(Bio)-hybrid compounds are constituted by at least two distinct classes of component covalently linked within the same structure. Amphiphilic compounds of peptide- and oligosaccharide-lipid groups are ... [more ▼]

(Bio)-hybrid compounds are constituted by at least two distinct classes of component covalently linked within the same structure. Amphiphilic compounds of peptide- and oligosaccharide-lipid groups are among representatives bio-hybrid molecules with increasing interests since each of them contains two entities belonging to important categories of biological molecules like proteins, carbohydrates, and lipids. The strength of such compounds is by far their possibility to exhibit multifunctional properties and activities, specifically developed by each of these three biomolecule classes. In addition, their intermediate size with regard to small and large molecular structures may present certain undeniably advantages, for instance, a lower diffusivity and a greater solubility in aqueous solution compared to small and polymeric surfactants, respectively. In this paper, the case of peptide and carbohydrate-based surfactants containing a linear series of alkyl fats will be presented and discussed regarding to interfacial properties, colloidal stabilities, and biological activities with the perspective of getting more efficient hybrid compounds by rational design approaches. [less ▲]

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See detailPatterns of Management Control for Sustainability
Crutzen, Nathalie ULiege; Zvezdov, Dimitar; Schaltegger, Stefan

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See detailMicroscale ELISA plate screening of essential oils against European damageable plant pathogens
Parisi, Olivier ULiege; Zhiri, Abdesselam; Baudoux, Dominique et al

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See detailX-ray production cross-sections measurements for high-energy alpha particle beam for Si, Fe and Cu
Dupuis, Thomas; Chene, Grégoire ULiege; Marchal, André ULiege et al

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See detailPolitique de communication d’un service de police modernisé: défis, enjeux et impacts sur l’identification organisationnelle des membres du personnel
Lisein, Olivier ULiege; Rondeaux, Giseline ULiege

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Dans une société où les notions de marketing, d’image et de réputation sont devenues des impératifs pour toutes les organisations, quels que soient leur forme, leur statut et leurs activités, la parfaite ... [more ▼]

Dans une société où les notions de marketing, d’image et de réputation sont devenues des impératifs pour toutes les organisations, quels que soient leur forme, leur statut et leurs activités, la parfaite maitrise et la gestion efficiente des pratiques de communication externe sont devenues des enjeux fondamentaux. Nombreux sont ainsi les ouvrages qui s’intéressent à cette question et qui regorgent de « bonnes pratiques » à mettre en œuvre en la matière, même si certaines d’entre elles s’apparentent parfois à des raccourcis ne prenant en compte qu’une vision partielle de la problématique et de ses enjeux. Ainsi, la focalisation de plus en plus prononcée sur les impératifs de communication externe tend régulièrement à sous-estimer, voire à oublier deux conséquences clés des pratiques en question au niveau organisationnel : d’une part, les nécessaires articulation et cohérence entre la communication externe et la communication interne ; d’autre part, les « retombées » des actions de communication externe auprès du personnel, notamment en termes d’identification organisationnelle. Cheney et Christensen (2004) partagent cette opinion et plaident pour que chercheurs et praticiens cessent de concevoir la communication institutionnelle au travers de deux champs distincts et séparés : un qui serait tourné vers l’« extérieur » de l’organisation ; un autre focalisé vers l’« intérieur » et le personnel de l’institution. L’évolution de l’environnement sociétal, l’accroissement des politiques de communication ainsi que l’interdépendance qui existe entre l’image externe recherchée par l’organisation et le vécu interne des membres du personnel sont autant d’arguments que mettent en avant ces auteurs pour justifier les nécessaires cohérence et intégration des pratiques de communication. Un consensus semble d’ailleurs émerger depuis lors dans la littérature spécialisée sur la relation qui unit les pratiques de communication externe et interne (D’Almeida et Libaert, 2007 ; Devirieux, 2007), qui doivent désormais être vues comme deux composantes complémentaires d’une stratégie de communication globale et intégrée (Libaert, 2005 ; Boistel, 2007). Ceci est d’autant plus vrai que, comme le soulignent D’Almeida et Libaert (2007, p.13), « les publics auxquels les entreprises s’adressent sont de moins en moins étanches : il y a entre eux un nombre croissant d’interactions et de convergences. Un salarié est un vecteur de l’image de son entreprise, il est aussi un consommateur, un citoyen (…). Les messages développés auprès des différents publics doivent donc être cohérents et non pas contradictoires. La cohérence de la communication est donc une des conditions de sa crédibilité ». Le secteur public en général, et les services de police en particulier, n’échappent pas à cette tendance. Soumis à une pression médiatique de plus en plus forte (Jones, 2007) ainsi qu’à l’obligation de rendre des comptes à leurs stakeholders – autorités de tutelle, pouvoirs politiques, parquets, partenaires, citoyens, etc. – sur leurs activités et sur la « performance » des actions policières (Collier et al., 2004), dans la lignée des impératifs de transparence et d’ouverture des services publics voulus par le New Public Management (Gruening, 2001 ; Butterfield et al., 2005 ; Andersson et Tengblad, 2009), les services de police sont tenus de renforcer et de professionnaliser leur stratégie de communication, laquelle est par ailleurs d’une nature intrinsèquement hétérogène, complexe, et soumise à de multiples exigences (Lemieux, 2005 ; McGovern, 2005 ; Weitzer et Tush, 2005 ; Camerati, 2006 ; Gelders et al., 2007 ; Bradford et al., 2009). Les services de police sont ainsi invités à quitter les logiques de confidentialité et de discrétion qui leur sont souvent reprochées, à s’ouvrir davantage vers l’extérieur et à s’adapter aux impératifs de la société contemporaine en termes de communication. Les défis sont multiples : légitimer leur existence, expliquer leur raison d’être et leur logique d’action, justifier les actions entreprises, renforcer la confiance de la population ou encore favoriser les attitudes et les appréciations positives des citoyens à leur égard. Les bénéfices attendus de telles actions d’ouverture – notamment envers la presse et les médias – sont exposés dans la littérature spécialisée sur la communication policière (voir entre autres Motschall et Cao, 2002 ; Karchmer, 2002 ; Leishman et Mason, 2003 ; Jones, 2007), qui évoque entre autres une information et une couverture plus positives de la police et de ses actions, ce qui assurera à terme une meilleure image de celle-ci auprès de la population ainsi qu’une plus grande facilité à faire adhérer les citoyens à la réalisation des buts poursuivis par les services de police (Weitzer et Tuch, 2005 ; Bradford et al., 2009). Une stratégie de communication externe pertinente ne serait en outre pas sans conséquence au niveau interne. En effet, si la communication à destination des membres du personnel constitue un excellent moyen de faciliter l’identification organisationnelle de ceux-ci (Chreim, 2001) et d’ainsi favoriser une convergence entre les objectifs individuels et les buts organisationnels, la perception qu’a l’environnement extérieur du prestige de la fonction et de la légitimité de l’institution semble également jouer un rôle important en la matière. Mignonac et al. (2006) mettent ainsi en évidence les effets interactifs du prestige externe perçu et du besoin d’identification organisationnelle. C’est également le propos de Smidts et al. (2001), qui identifient une corrélation positive entre la communication interne, le prestige externe perçu par les membres de l’organisation et leur degré d’identification organisationnelle. Ce concept de « Perceived External Prestige », que Dutton et al. (1994) appellent également l’image externe construite, et qui peut être défini comme la perception des employés sur la manière dont le monde extérieur voit leur organisation (Bartels et al., 2007) ou comme « how an employee thinks outsiders view his or her organization » (Smidts et al., 2001, p.1052), est vu comme une donnée explicative de l’attachement que tout un chacun peut avoir à l’organisation qui l’emploie. Cette question a notamment fait l’objet de recherches ciblées au niveau des services de police et de l’identification des policiers à leur institution. Yim et Schafer (2009), par exemple, étudient la façon dont des policiers américains perçoivent l’image qu’ils donnent d’eux à la population et les retombées qui en résultent sur leur satisfaction au travail et sur leur attachement à l’institution policière. Partant des travaux antérieurs de Cao et al. (1998), de Fosam et al. (1998) et de Lim et al. (2000), ils posent l’hypothèse que « officers’perceived job image, that is, of how they think they are seen by the public, affects work-related attitudes, such as job satisfaction » (Yim et Schafer, 2009, p.19). Et ces auteurs de postuler par extension que ces résultats influent également sur l’efficacité des policiers et des services de police dans les missions qui leur sont attribuées. Les résultats de ces recherches laissent par conséquent sous-entendre l’importance du développement de stratégies de communication adaptées, tant leurs effets sont susceptibles de se faire ressentir directement – notamment au niveau externe, sur l’image et la légitimité de l’institution policière – mais aussi indirectement – en interne, à travers le processus d’identification organisationnelle des membres du personnel (Williams, 2002 ; Yim et Schafer, 2009). Cette approche ne donnera toutefois les effets attendus que si elle est développée et mise en œuvre en respectant les impératifs de cohérence susmentionnés. Des incohérences entre les actions de communication interne et externe, des incohérences entre les images projetées vers l’extérieur et les réalités vécues au quotidien en interne ou encore des incohérences entre les actions de communication et les pratiques effectives de management du personnel ne pourront en effet que se traduire par un manque de crédibilité des messages véhiculés et risquer d’engendrer un désabusement ou une perte de motivation de la part des salariés dans l’exercice de leur fonction (Dutton et Dukerich, 1991 ; Dutton et al., 1994 ; Smidts et al., 2001 ; Bartels et al., 2007). Tel est le contexte général de notre proposition de communication, où nous cherchons plus particulièrement à mettre ces tendances à l’épreuve des faits. Pour ce faire, nous nous appuyons sur les résultats d’une étude empirique qui nous a conduits à nous immerger pendant plus d’un an dans les services de la police fédérale belge et à y analyser les pratiques de communication à l’œuvre. Cette recherche était articulée autour de quatre axes de travail complémentaires : 1) une analyse de la littérature sur les pratiques de communication des services de police, leurs enjeux, leurs difficultés, et les solutions émergentes en la matière ; 2) une analyse de la vision qu’ont les membres de la police fédérale des pratiques de communication de l’institution (étude quantitative menée auprès d’un échantillon de 2000 personnes – 790 questionnaires valides reçus, soit un taux de réponse de 39,5%) ; 3) une analyse des pratiques de communication externe, appréhendée à partir de la perception qu’en ont trois types de partenaires usuels des services de police : les autorités de tutelle et les pouvoirs publics, les autorités judiciaires ainsi que les médias et les journalistes de presse (étude qualitative menée sous la forme d’entretiens semi-directifs auprès de 10 représentants d’autorités institutionnelles et 17 journalistes de presse, tous médias confondus) ; 4) une analyse transversale de nos résultats nous ayant conduits à l’élaboration de différentes recommandations en matière de communication, adaptées selon différents facteurs contextuels et intégrées dans une approche managériale réfléchie en ce sens. Ces résultats, issus d’une double démarche de recherche qualitative et quantitative, seront mobilisés dans le cadre de notre contribution pour souligner les impératifs de cohérence et d’articulation des pratiques de communication interne et externe. Au travers de l’analyse croisée de la perception qu’ont les différentes parties prenantes internes et externes de la police fédérale des pratiques de communication de l’institution, nous mettrons en évidence les distorsions auxquelles les incohérences relevées conduisent et les impacts que ce défaut d’articulation communication interne – communication externe présente en termes de crédibilité des messages, d’identification organisationnelle et de gestion du personnel. Données empiriques à l’appui, nous mettrons en exergue l’importance de développer une politique de communication qui soit intégrée et réfléchie de manière globale. Nous soulignerons également le nécessaire équilibre à trouver dans les pratiques de communication, afin d’éviter de porter l’accent sur l’une des deux sphères (interne ou externe) au détriment de l’autre. Un déséquilibre dans les pratiques de communication et/ou une articulation insuffisante entre les deux sphères conduira en effet vraisemblablement l’organisation à différentes formes de dysfonctionnements, que nous qualifions respectivement au travers des vocables de « narcissisme », « hyper-marketing » et « cacophonie ». Nous dégagerons finalement sur cette base quelques principes cruciaux en matière de communication institutionnelle et de gestion des ressources humaines, nous amenant à proposer des pistes de réflexion tournées vers la mise en œuvre d’une stratégie de communication intégrée et polyphonique. [less ▲]

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See detailPotentialités et limites de l'emploi de l'huile de Jatropha curcas L. comme insecticide
Mergeai, Guy ULiege

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See detailZnO/PVA Macroscopic Fibers Bearing Anisotropic Photonic Properties
Kinadjian, Natacha ULiege; Achard, Marie-France; Julian-Lopez, Beatriz et al

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Composite PVA/ZnO-nanorods fibers, synthesized through co-axial flux extrusion exhibit higher anisotropic photonic properties, both in absorption and emission, as a result of the collective alignment of ... [more ▼]

Composite PVA/ZnO-nanorods fibers, synthesized through co-axial flux extrusion exhibit higher anisotropic photonic properties, both in absorption and emission, as a result of the collective alignment of the ZnO nanorods along the main axis of the PVA fiber. This photonic anisotropy is triggered by a synergistic interaction between the PVA matrix, stretched above the glass transition temperature (Tg), and cooled down under strain. Compared with non-elongated fibers that present an isotropic emission, composite fibers previously submitted to a tensile stress absorb selectively UV emission when the polarized laser beam is parallel to the main axis of the fiber. In addition, their photolumincescence is also anisotropic, with a waveguide behavior along the main axis of the fiber. Mechanical properties of these composite fibers are also drastically improved, compared with pure PVA fibers: the longitudinal Young modulus of these fibers is increased from 2 to 6 GPa upon ZnO addition, a value similar to those already observed for composite fibers, prepared either with carbon nanotubes, or V2O5 macroscopic fibers. [less ▲]

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See detailTime Controlled Cryogenic Zone Compression (t- CZC) GC-HRMS. Increasing sensitivity to the Attogram Level?
Krumwiede, D; Mehlmann, H; Focant, Jean-François ULiege et al

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See detailLa CEC en 2013: Etat de l'art
BLAFFART, Francine ULiege

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See detailDifferent spatial and territorial patterns between Northern pigtail macaques and white-handed gibbons using the characteristic Hull polygon method
Dominguez, José Juan Manuel; Asensio, N; Huynen, Marie-Claude ULiege et al

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See detailDelayed diagnosis of cardiomyopathy in a girl treated for asthma bronchiale
MASTOURI, M.; FUDVOYE, Julie ULiege; ANTOLE, N. et al

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ANTOLE, N.; JACQUEMART, C.; GKIOUGKI, Evangelia ULiege et al

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MATHY, F.; CHIARADIA, F.; MASTOURI, M. et al

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See detailMeasurement of ultrasensitive Troponin T levels in cord blood for early detection of myocardial cell
GKIOUGKI, Evangelia ULiege; TEIXEIRA, Jelda ULiege; BIONDOLILLO, G. et al

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See detailDesign of the IT Management Arrangements in a Post-NPM Context: An Overview of the 50 US State Governments
Markus, M. Lynne; Bui, Quang Neo; Jacobson, Dax D. et al

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A recurrent call for an increased use of information technology in the public administration has been made since the beginning of the “New Public Management” wave. It has been reinforced these last years ... [more ▼]

A recurrent call for an increased use of information technology in the public administration has been made since the beginning of the “New Public Management” wave. It has been reinforced these last years through the “digital-era governance” movement, emphasizing the important role that IT may have in the effective transformation of the public institutions and in the successful delivery of citizen-centered services. However, the success of e-government is proved not to be a direct effect of the increased use of IT, but to also depend on the organizational and institutional arrangements that governments enact for the management of their IT resources. In this context, our paper proposes to offer an updated view of the way US State Governments manage, organize, and govern their IT activities. To do so, we consider the possible interactions between two dimensions: 1) the organization of IT activities and 2) the control over decisions about IT activities (also known as governance). This analysis is made for each of two categories of IT activities: 1) IT projects (such as Enterprise Architecture implementation, website development, etc.) and 2) IT services (such as the operation of networks, the daily support services, etc.). Our empirical data indeed show that neither dimension alone provides a good characterization of governmental IT management arrangements. The latter requires an in-depth understanding of how US States appear to combine a centralization and/or a decentralization design of the organization and of the control of their IT activities. The findings that we develop through this contribution have the potential to enhance the general understanding of the barriers to, and enablers of, e-government success, and to put into perspective some insights of the new public management and digital-era governance movements concerning the use of IT in the public sector. [less ▲]

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See detailDesign Synthesis and Use of Polypeptides as Biosynthetic Nanomachines
Asano, Marie ULiege

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See detailEXAP 15254-5 Extrapolation of height above 4m in partition of metal sandwich panels
Dumont, Fabien ULiege; Wellens, Eric ULiege

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When testing the fire resistance of metal sandwich panels, the annex B of EN 15254-5 gives rules for the consequently allowed extension of span length. The processing of these rules requires that specific ... [more ▼]

When testing the fire resistance of metal sandwich panels, the annex B of EN 15254-5 gives rules for the consequently allowed extension of span length. The processing of these rules requires that specific measurements are carried out on joints between panels during the test. When a set of tests has been realised on panels of different thicknesses, but no measurement has been carried out on joints during these tests, the relevance of the following processing is analysed : 1. redo only the tests on panels of minimum and maximum thicknesses and carry out the measurement on joints ; 2. deduce the extended height allowed for these tests ; 3. interpolate these results to panels of intermediate thicknesses. [less ▲]

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See detailControlled and automatic memory retrieval in Alzheimer's disease
Bastin, Christine ULiege

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See detailFunctionalized biodegradable polymers for tissue engineering and drug delivery purposes
Grandfils, Christian ULiege

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See detailEvaluations à court et à long terme de la qualité vocale après microchirurgie cordale
Finck, Camille ULiege

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comment évaluer la qualité vocale après microchirurgie cordale? L'évaluation est à la fois subjective et objective. description des variables mesurables, des outils d'analyse vocale et des méthodes ... [more ▼]

comment évaluer la qualité vocale après microchirurgie cordale? L'évaluation est à la fois subjective et objective. description des variables mesurables, des outils d'analyse vocale et des méthodes statitiques utilisées [less ▲]

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Hanikenne, Marc ULiege

Conference (2013, February 26)

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See detailStochastic Dimension Reduction of Multi Physics Systems through Measure Transformation
Phipps, Eric; Constantine, Paul; Red-Horse, John et al

Conference (2013, February 26)

Uncertainty quantification of multiphysics systems represents numerous mathematical and computational challenges. Indeed, uncertainties that arise in each physics in a fully coupled system must be ... [more ▼]

Uncertainty quantification of multiphysics systems represents numerous mathematical and computational challenges. Indeed, uncertainties that arise in each physics in a fully coupled system must be captured throughout the whole system, the so-called curse of dimensionality. We present techniques for mitigating the curse of dimensionality in network-coupled multiphysics systems by using the structure of the network to transform uncertainty representations as they pass between components. Examples from the simulation of nuclear power plants will be discussed. [less ▲]

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See detailLes problèmes cutanés liés aux médicaments
GADISSEUR, Romy ULiege

Conference (2013, February 25)

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See detailLes candidats d’ouverture sur les listes électorales au scrutin communal de 2012
Dodeigne, Jérémy ULiege

Conference (2013, February 25)

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See detailDébats européens sur les formes de la vie marine au Siècle des Lumières
Vandersmissen, Jan ULiege

Conference (2013, February 22)

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See detailLe tutorat: pour un accompagnement réflexif et interactif centré sur l'étudiant / Développer des compétences de tuteur dans un modèle socioconstructiviste et interactif
Dury, Cécile ULiege

Conference (2013, February 22)

Public: 300 personnes de tout secteur d'activité des établissements sanitaires et sociaux Présentation de deux interventions ayant pour objectifs: - Une présentation interactive (60')des grands concepts ... [more ▼]

Public: 300 personnes de tout secteur d'activité des établissements sanitaires et sociaux Présentation de deux interventions ayant pour objectifs: - Une présentation interactive (60')des grands concepts liés à l'agir avec compétences et à l'accompagnement au développement de compétences dans un modèle socioconstructiviste et interactif - une présentation pour faire émerger les "nouvelles" compétences du tuteur en stage. A partir d'une vidéo pour amener à l'analyse de la pratique, la pratique réflexive, l'entretien et le questionnement. Un état des lieux au niveau européen est présenté et les perspectives associées à cette problématique sont discutées. [less ▲]

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See detailTraitement perceptif et phonologique atypique dans le syndrome de Williams.
Majerus, Steve ULiege

Conference (2013, February 22)

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Vandersmissen, Marc ULiege

Conference (2013, February 21)

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See detailAllergie alimentaire de l'enfant
GADISSEUR, Romy ULiege

Conference (2013, February 21)

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See detailVideo multitracking and study of the collective behaviour in tadpoles
Delcourt, Johann ULiege

Conference (2013, February 21)

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See detailLes nouveaux traitements du diabète de type 2
RADERMECKER, Régis ULiege

Conference (2013, February 21)

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See detailParticipation à la Table ronde autour du livre de Denis Seron Ce que voir veut dire
Gyemant, Maria ULiege

Conference (2013, February 20)

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