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See detailRESTAURATIONS ESTHETIQUES et minimalement invasives- Cycle de formation 2015-2016
Mainjot, Amélie ULg

Scientific conference (2016, May)

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See detailMeasuring plant diversity over time
Cascales-Miñana, Borja ULg

Scientific conference (2016, May)

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See detail"Passer de voix en voix". Traduire le rythme selon Meschonnic
Viehöver, Vera ULg

Scientific conference (2016, April 29)

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See detailLe pédologue et la ville: du miasme à l’ingénierie écologique
Meulemans, Germain ULg

Scientific conference (2016, April 29)

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See detailLe Non Bis In Idem en droit de la concurrence: un monde de différence avec le pénal?
Van Cleynenbreugel, Pieter ULg

Scientific conference (2016, April 28)

At this colloquium, I analysed the specific interpretation given to the non bis in idem principle in EU competition law. I compared the Court's case law in this domain with the case law of the European ... [more ▼]

At this colloquium, I analysed the specific interpretation given to the non bis in idem principle in EU competition law. I compared the Court's case law in this domain with the case law of the European Court of Human Rights and the Court itself in other domains and questioned to what extent a competition law exceptionalism could still be tolerated. [less ▲]

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See detailThe origin of eukaryotes is linked to the rooting of the Tree of Life... but the phylogenetic jury is still out!
Gouy, Richard ULg

Scientific conference (2016, April 28)

The origin of the eukaryotes remains one of the most contentious puzzles in evolution. In the late 1970s, C. Woese discovered Archaea and put an end to the dichotomous view of Life (eukaryote vs ... [more ▼]

The origin of the eukaryotes remains one of the most contentious puzzles in evolution. In the late 1970s, C. Woese discovered Archaea and put an end to the dichotomous view of Life (eukaryote vs prokaryote). Since Woese’s revolution, the Tree of Life (ToL) has been divided into three domains (Bacteria, Archaea and Eukaryota), yet with unclear relationships. Rooting the ToL then became a problem. Indeed, the question of the origin of eukaryotes is directly related to the location of this root, which also affects the nature of the Last Universal Common Ancestor (LUCA). Several scenarios might explain the origin of the eukaryotic cell: (a) the three domains have an independent origin and directly stemmed from the primordial soup; (b) the three domains stemmed from a simple LUCA, and their evolution proceeded by increasing complexity in eukaryotes; (c) the three domains stemmed from a complex LUCA, and their evolution proceeded by simplification in prokaryotes; (d) eukaryotes originated from a fusion event between an archaeon and a bacterium, the latter being the mitochondrion and their other properties evolving after this event; (e) eukaryotes originated from a fusion event between an archaeon and a bacterium, the result being a proto-eukaryote not yet equipped with a mitochondrion. During the last 15 years, technical advances in phylogenetic methods have relocated many simple organisms higher in the ToL, which means that they are actually secondary simplified. However, even the best evolutionary models are not yet able to address difficult phylogenetic issues, whether at shallow depth or at deep evolutionary times. This raises a fundamental question: does simple always mean ancestral? For the time being, the commonly accepted bacterial root for the ToL (in scenario (b)) is still unproven, so that the current consensus can be traced back to the prejudice of Aristotle’s Great Chain of Beings, in which simple organisms are ancestors of more complex life forms. Indeed, during early evolution, there might have been many independently arising lineages, both before and along LUCA, none of them having left extant descendants. The major bottlenecks that occurred as a result of catastrophic events in Earth’s history (e.g., meteorite impacts or snowball Earth periods) might explain why we only have three domains of Life nowadays. Furthermore, extant lineages coalesce to a LUCA that was not necessarily simple and located at the base of the ToL. Instead, it probably lived much later and was more complex than generally acknowledged. [less ▲]

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See detailTerrorisme, flux médiatique et petits chatons. De quelques narrations de l'invisible.
Hamers, Jérémy ULg

Scientific conference (2016, April 28)

Partant de quelques événements terroristes récents (Paris 2015, Verviers 2015, Bruxelles 2016), cette conférence une analyse critique des multiples réactions médiatiques que ces événements ont suscité en ... [more ▼]

Partant de quelques événements terroristes récents (Paris 2015, Verviers 2015, Bruxelles 2016), cette conférence une analyse critique des multiples réactions médiatiques que ces événements ont suscité en télévision comme sur internet. Editions spéciales de journaux télévisés, enquêtes d'amateurs sur des sites dédiés aux théories du complot, détournements d'images sur les réseaux sociaux seront abordés ici comme autant de narrations qui, malgré leur hétérogénéité, répondent toutes à l'invisibilité partielle et momentanée de l'acte terroriste au moment où il surgit dans le paysage médiatique. [less ▲]

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See detailLes valeurs de référence.
LE GOFF, Caroline ULg

Scientific conference (2016, April 28)

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See detailDenCity: Zero Energy Lightweight Construction Households for Urban Densification
Amer, Mohamed ULg; Attia, Shady ULg

Scientific conference (2016, April 27)

Belgium, like many European Countries, has a serious challenge in the housing sector. The Federal planning bureau estimates the increase of the population by one million inhabitants by 2030, which ... [more ▼]

Belgium, like many European Countries, has a serious challenge in the housing sector. The Federal planning bureau estimates the increase of the population by one million inhabitants by 2030, which represent 600,000 additional family requiring accesses to new housing facilities. There is a significant housing shortage for individual, single parent families, seniors and students. Population ageing (mainly due to increase life expectancy) combined with a constant grow rate of individuals living in collective households, leads to a substantial increase of demand of collective households. Furthermore, the stringent European performance environmental regulations for the building sector require that by 2020, all new construction are zero or nearly zero energy, (equivalent to 15 kWh/m2/year), with 60% efficient on-site coverage by renewable energy. The shortage of vacant land and the increasing energy performance requirements is pushing the idea of urban densification and zero energy construction households. [less ▲]

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See detailThe Protection of Defendants before International Criminal Tribunals: The Graver the Offence, the Lesser the Rights?
Deprez, Christophe ULg

Scientific conference (2016, April 27)

This presentation addressed the question whether the gravity of international crimes calls for the application of a more flexible human rights standard before international criminal tribunals.

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See detailRéparation des bétons: principes, matériaux et techniques
Courard, Luc ULg

Scientific conference (2016, April 26)

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See detailTemps linéaire – temps multiples. Réinterroger les temporalités d’une diplomatie.
Regibeau, Julien ULg

Scientific conference (2016, April 26)

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See detailDe l'histoire du livre à l'histoire de l'édition en Belgique : une question de point de vue
Durand, Pascal ULg

Scientific conference (2016, April 26)

Faire l’histoire de l’édition en Belgique à partir de l’apparition du livre imprimé soulève un certain nombre de problèmes en fait de délimitation du domaine et de construction de l’objet. Les plus ... [more ▼]

Faire l’histoire de l’édition en Belgique à partir de l’apparition du livre imprimé soulève un certain nombre de problèmes en fait de délimitation du domaine et de construction de l’objet. Les plus évidents touchent aux avatars politiques et linguistiques que les territoires formant l’État belge ont connus du XVe siècle à la fin du XXe siècle. D’autres proviennent du rapport de force très inégal qui s’est établi, à partir de la première moitié du XIXe siècle, entre le système de production du livre en Wallonie et à Bruxelles et l’édition française, avec les effets que ce rapport y exercera durablement en termes d’identité culturelle et de rayonnement, de structures de production et de diffusion, mais aussi de créneaux privilégiés. Ces problèmes et d’autres encore – dont témoigne une historiographie volontiers cantonnée à « l’histoire du livre et de l’imprimerie » – méritent d’être réexaminés dans la perspective de la publication imminente d’une Histoire de l’édition en Belgique profilant, du XVe au XXIe siècle, ses principales lignes de faîte. Histoire de l’édition et de ses pratiques – non du livre et de ses techniques. Histoire de l’édition dans toute son extension et à différents niveaux – non de la seule édition littéraire ou lettrée. Histoire d’un espace des possibles ayant su, dans certains secteurs, tirer force et spécificité de contraintes puissamment subies. [less ▲]

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See detailLégislation et imprimerie dans les anciens Pays-Bas bourguignons (XVe-XVIe s.)
Adam, Renaud ULg

Scientific conference (2016, April 26)

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See detailConstruction d’une « pigmentothèque », comment et pourquoi ? Apport de l’étude géochimique et ses limites ?
Chalmin, Emilie; Salomon, Hélène ULg; Monney, Julien

Scientific conference (2016, April 26)

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See detailComputerized Adaptive Testing
Braeken, Johan; Magis, David ULg; Stillwell, David

Scientific conference (2016, April 25)

Why ask a person to answer a problem item, when you a priori know they won’t be able to solve it? It is a waste of time and resources, and you won’t gain any new information; this is both inefficient and ... [more ▼]

Why ask a person to answer a problem item, when you a priori know they won’t be able to solve it? It is a waste of time and resources, and you won’t gain any new information; this is both inefficient and ineffective. In contrast, computerized adaptive testing (CAT) is based on the principle that more information can be gained when one tailors the test towards the level of the person being tested. Computational and statistical techniques from item response theory (IRT) and decision theory are combined to implement a test that can behave interactively during the test process and adapts towards the level of the person being tested.The implementation of such a CAT relies on an iterative sequential algorithm that searches the pool of available items (a so-called item bank) for the optimal item to administer based on the current estimate of the person’s level (and optional external constraints). The subsequent response on this item provides new information to update the person’s proficiency estimate. This selection-responding-updating process continues until specified stop criteria have been reached. The consequence of such an adaptive test administration is that you get an individualized tailored test that is more efficient and more effective. Because you have less of a mismatch between the level of the test and the level of the test taker, there is a lesser burden for the latter and a higher precision for the former, and this with fewer items than a traditional fixed item-set test format. Furthermore, because it is computerized and sequential, test performance can be continuously monitored and reported directly after test completion. Item response models come into play to ensure comparable scores of these individual tailored tests by putting them on the same measurement scale and to precalibrate,the psychometric parameters of the items that are part of the item bank on which the sequential iterative algorithm operates. The workshop intends to tackle issues encountered during the setup of a computerized adaptive test, starting from the design towards the actual delivery of a CAT. [less ▲]

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See detailDe la délinquance à la désistance : quelles dynamiques à l’adolescence ?
Glowacz, Fabienne ULg

Scientific conference (2016, April 25)

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See detailDu jeu au détournement : quel type d’écart ?
Barnabé, Fanny ULg

Scientific conference (2016, April 22)

L'approche du jeu vidéo, non sous l’angle de la technique ou de l'étude des joueurs, mais comme un ensemble de pratiques et de phénomènes culturels, donne lieu à un double mouvement : d'une part la ... [more ▼]

L'approche du jeu vidéo, non sous l’angle de la technique ou de l'étude des joueurs, mais comme un ensemble de pratiques et de phénomènes culturels, donne lieu à un double mouvement : d'une part la reconnaissance d'une culture commune qui fait médiation et d'autre part la création d'écarts de différentes natures entre les acteurs, les discours et les esthétiques : écarts de légitimité entre des pratiques ludiques instituées et d’autres plus périphériques (sur lesquelles se centreront les présentes communications), écarts rhétoriques produits par les joueurs qui se réapproprient les œuvres vidéoludiques pour les détourner, écarts identitaires présents dans les discours des amateurs, qui se définissent par des stratégies de distinction (par rapport aux professionnels, aux artistes, etc.) et écarts posturaux, mobilisés par les différents acteurs de la presse vidéoludique afin de se singulariser – notamment pour permettre une existence économique. Cet ensemble de problématiques seront traitées au sein d’un panel de communications, à travers différentes perspectives disciplinaires : la rhétorique et la sémiotique, la sociologie de la littérature et l’analyse des réseaux, et l’approche communicationnelle inspirée des « cultural studies ». [less ▲]

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See detailSize and Value Matter But Not the Way You Thought
Lambert, Marie ULg; Fays, Boris ULg; Hübner, Georges ULg

Scientific conference (2016, April 22)

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See detailLes stratégies de singularisation de la presse vidéoludique francophone
Dozo, Björn-Olav ULg

Scientific conference (2016, April 22)

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See detailComics and Utopia
Dony, Christophe ULg

Scientific conference (2016, April 22)

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See detailNégocier avec un corps virtuel. Étude de la relation au corps dans le jeu vidéo
Delbouille, Julie ULg

Scientific conference (2016, April 22)

Interface essentielle entre le joueur et l’univers vidéoludique, l'avatar soulève la question du rapport au corps dans le jeu vidéo. En effet, la fonction d’incarnation permise par l’avatar – et qui est ... [more ▼]

Interface essentielle entre le joueur et l’univers vidéoludique, l'avatar soulève la question du rapport au corps dans le jeu vidéo. En effet, la fonction d’incarnation permise par l’avatar – et qui est soulignée par l’étymologie même du terme – ajoute à la relation entre le corps et l’esprit du joueur une dimension nouvelle : celle du corps virtuel, qui déploie sa matérialité propre au sein de l’univers fictionnel. Ce corps « autre », dont le joueur prend possession, constitue une des conditions de son « insertion » dans le monde virtuel. Fondée sur une approche communicationnelle et nourri d’un pan de la pensée phénoménologique (à travers, notamment, la Phénoménologie de la perception de Maurice Merleau-Ponty), cette intervention entend questionner la problématique du rapport au corps au sein de l’univers du jeu. [less ▲]

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See detailWonder Woman and the Feminist Utopia
Crucifix, Benoît ULg

Scientific conference (2016, April 22)

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See detailÉtudier les jeux vidéo à l'université : l'exemple du Liège Game Lab
Dozo, Björn-Olav ULg

Scientific conference (2016, April 22)

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See detailSharing powers within exclusive competences? Rethinking the ‘dual federalism’ logic in EU antitrust law enforcement
Van Cleynenbreugel, Pieter ULg

Scientific conference (2016, April 21)

My paper analysed to what extent the EU law principles governing shared competences should be made more explicitly to govern the exclusive competence area of EU competition law, most notably in the ... [more ▼]

My paper analysed to what extent the EU law principles governing shared competences should be made more explicitly to govern the exclusive competence area of EU competition law, most notably in the framework of EU antitrust law enforcement. I analysed how the Court of Justice approached this topic, prior to conceptualising an alternative legal framework that could easily supplant the existing framework. [less ▲]

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See detailLa maison de Pythagore devenue temple de Déméter
Cuvelier, Graham ULg

Scientific conference (2016, April 21)

Différents témoignages littéraires antiques mentionnent que la maison de Pythagore à Métaponte a été transformée en temple de Déméter après la mort du philosophe. Cette communication s’est donc demandée ... [more ▼]

Différents témoignages littéraires antiques mentionnent que la maison de Pythagore à Métaponte a été transformée en temple de Déméter après la mort du philosophe. Cette communication s’est donc demandée ce qui motive cette association post mortem de Déméter à Pythagore et a alors exploré les rapports et les affinités – attestés ou hypothétiques – que les sources antiques permettent d’établir entre la figure de Pythagore et celle de Déméter en Italie du Sud. [less ▲]

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See detailLa plateforme 10Nous : enjeux de la lexicographie collaborative
Steffens, Marie ULg

Scientific conference (2016, April 21)

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See detailVivre dans un film
Englebert, Jérôme ULg; Valentiny, Caroline

Scientific conference (2016, April 20)

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See detailPeri-implant tissue management
MAINJOT, Amélie ULg

Scientific conference (2016, April 20)

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See detailFéminiser la voix
Morsomme, Dominique ULg; Remacle, Angélique ULg

Scientific conference (2016, April 19)

Notre exposé sur la féminisation se centre principalement sur l’acquisition de patterns féminins dans le cadre d’une prise en charge chez les personnes souffrant de dysphorie de genre. Nous discutons de ... [more ▼]

Notre exposé sur la féminisation se centre principalement sur l’acquisition de patterns féminins dans le cadre d’une prise en charge chez les personnes souffrant de dysphorie de genre. Nous discutons de la voix en tant qu’identité de genre et de l’importance pour certaines personnes d’être perçue comme femme. Féminiser la voix est un défi tant les contraintes anatomo- physiologiques peuvent mener la vie dure à nos techniques de prises en charge. La recherche s’attèle à enrichir nos outils techniques pour une rééducation efficace et satisfaisante. A la lumière de la littérature scientifique, nous faisons le point sur les traitements chirurgicaux et orthophoniques, et proposons une prise en charge en 9 étapes. Celle-ci aborde les points suivants:
 Geste vocal sain, soutien respiratoire, hauteur tonale, résonance, courbes intonatives, contrastes intonatifs, volume, débit, articulation, langage et comportements non verbaux. [less ▲]

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See detailEmilio Salgari e l’avventura
Curreri, Luciano ULg

Scientific conference (2016, April 18)

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See detailIntroduction à l'histoire et aux théories de la restauration
Verbeeck, Muriel ULg

Scientific conference (2016, April 18)

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See detailPelvic anatomy, a constructive approach
Bonnet, Pierre ULg

Scientific conference (2016, April 18)

Presentation of the pelvis anatomy with live drawing: from bones to viscera

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See detailPisa expliqué à tous : que faire pour améliorer notre enseignement en FWB?
Lafontaine, Dominique ULg

Scientific conference (2016, April 18)

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See detailLe manuel numérique
Vintila, Elena-Georgiana ULg

Scientific conference (2016, April 16)

Digital textbooks, their recent version, completely new in terms of form and presentation, have risen not only numerous economic or sociological, but also educational and pedagogical issues. Should the ... [more ▼]

Digital textbooks, their recent version, completely new in terms of form and presentation, have risen not only numerous economic or sociological, but also educational and pedagogical issues. Should the digital textbook replace the traditional, printed version? Or do we rather speak of a product altogether different, built on novel principles of subject matter exploitation and shaped according to a teaching philosophy that intensifies activism, interactivity, progression and creativity? We attempt to answer the two above mentioned questions by analyzing three FLE textbooks for A1 level learners. [less ▲]

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See detailEpuisement des ressources et construction durable
Courard, Luc ULg

Scientific conference (2016, April 15)

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See detailAccounting Conservatism, Analysts’ Performance and Stock Market Liquidity
Boussaid, Nabila ULg; Hamza, Taher; Sougné, Danielle ULg

Scientific conference (2016, April 15)

This paper investigates whether conditional accounting conservatism has informational benefits to financial market participants. Using a large sample of French firms over the period 2001-2014, we report ... [more ▼]

This paper investigates whether conditional accounting conservatism has informational benefits to financial market participants. Using a large sample of French firms over the period 2001-2014, we report that accounting conservatism improves the firm information environment by providing verifiable information. We specifically document that increases in accounting conservatism are associated with more accurate analyst earnings forecasts, less dispersed forecasts and less volatility in forecast revisions. We also provide evidence that increases in firm accounting conservatism lead to subsequent increases in stock market liquidity, tested on the price impact dimension. Overall, our findings are in line with conservatism being useful to financial markets participants such as financial analysts and investors. [less ▲]

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See detailHegel et la théorie de la mesure
Lejeune, Guillaume ULg

Scientific conference (2016, April 15)

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See detailQu'est-ce que la phénoménologie autrichienne?
Dewalque, Arnaud ULg

Scientific conference (2016, April 14)

I propose a quick overview of four criteria whose combination delineates, to my opinion, what makes one an Austrian phenomenologist. On the proposed view, you qualify as an Austrian phenomenologist if and ... [more ▼]

I propose a quick overview of four criteria whose combination delineates, to my opinion, what makes one an Austrian phenomenologist. On the proposed view, you qualify as an Austrian phenomenologist if and only if: 1. you acknowledge the authority of experience, 2. you think that philosophy needs psychological investigations at its basis, 3. you think that description is prior to explanation, and 4. you think that describing a mental state is analyzing it, that is, gaining a clear and distinct apprehension of its components. [less ▲]

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See detailJeu vidéo et cinéma
Tomasovic, Dick ULg

Scientific conference (2016, April 14)

Séance spéciale du cours d'Histoire et Analyse des pratiques du jeu vidéo : Evocation des liens entre les industries, les esthétiques et les procédés narratifs du cinéma et du jeu vidéo.

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See detailImpact de la culture nationale sur les valeurs organisationnelles des médecins dans les CHU algériens
Bounazef, Djida ULg; Van Caillie, Didier ULg; Chabani, Smain

Scientific conference (2016, April 14)

Les orientations managériales de l’hôpital sont régies par des dimensions culturelles représentant des références construites et partagées. Elle est impactée par des variations environnementales dont les ... [more ▼]

Les orientations managériales de l’hôpital sont régies par des dimensions culturelles représentant des références construites et partagées. Elle est impactée par des variations environnementales dont les spécificités de la culture nationale. Elle est cependant aussi composée de spécificités liées à sa propre sous-culture en fonction de ses parties prenantes et de son histoire. La culture nationale oriente donc les composantes culturelles de l’hôpital et impacte sur le renforcement des valeurs organisationnelles des parties prenantes dont les médecins. Le papier a pour finalité d’évaluer le niveau d’impact de la culture nationale algérienne sur les dimensions culturelles propres aux CHU algériens. Et pour ce faire, 11 dimensions culturelles sont choisies des travaux de Hofstede et de Trompenaars. Ces dimensions sont ensuite analysées afin de faire sortir leur impact sur le niveau de sensibilisation des médecins aux 12 valeurs organisationnelles choisies pour l’étude. Les résultats identifient deux principaux groupes. Il existe une forte relation entre 7 dimensions et 5 valeurs pour le premier groupe. Ainsi qu’entre 4 dimensions et 7 valeurs pour le deuxième groupe. La valeur de la lutte contre la discrimination et la violation des droits avec une distance comprise entre 0,68 et 0,84 en est la plus sensible aux dimensions culturelles. [less ▲]

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See detailL'invention du social (J. Donzelot, R. Castel et les origines de la question sociale), II
Caeymaex, Florence ULg

Scientific conference (2016, April 14)

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See detailDu bon usage du ralenti. Godard, Herzog : naissance de l'événement, mort du temps
Pieron, Julien ULg

Scientific conference (2016, April 13)

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See detail16e Franse studiedagen betreffende konijnenonderzoek
Marlier, Didier ULg

Scientific conference (2016, April 13)

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See detailRytmes endocriniens circadiens
VALDES SOCIN, Hernan Gonzalo ULg

Scientific conference (2016, April 13)

A current research topic, that is developed in this presentation, is the study of disturbance of circadian hormonal cycles and the secretion of melatonin. Traumatic brain injury is associated to ... [more ▼]

A current research topic, that is developed in this presentation, is the study of disturbance of circadian hormonal cycles and the secretion of melatonin. Traumatic brain injury is associated to hypopituitarism in up to 10-35% of cases, depending on the dynamic tests used to diagnose hypopituitarism (Valdés-Socin & al 2009, Valdés-Socin & al 2015).Melatonin secretion and hormonal rhythms are severely disturbed in acute TBI patients (Seifman & al. Front Neurol 2014).Light is the primary variable that entrains the main circadian clock in the central nervous system. The retinohypothalamic tract generates an overt 24-hour rhythm. These coordinated outputs are conveyed through to the rest of the body via neuroendocrine (ie melatonin and ACTH-cortisol secretion), autonomic (sympathetic and parasympathetic pathways) and behavioral pathways (feeding, locomotor activity, etc).Finally, we will discuss some recent data connecting light pollution and nocturnal human activity with the metabolic syndrome (chronobesity). [less ▲]

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See detailEnvironmental monitoring: between science and decision-making
Richir, Jonathan ULg; Gobert, Sylvie ULg; Lejeune, Pierre et al

Scientific conference (2016, April 13)

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See detailEpizootische Enteropathie bij konijnen : Verleden, heden en toekomst
Marlier, Didier ULg

Scientific conference (2016, April 13)

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See detailL'Aspiration panoramique en cinéma : allers et retours
Belloi, Livio ULg

Scientific conference (2016, April 13)

Dans le cadre de cette intervention, il s'agit de revenir sur la question de la vue panoramique, selon un double mouvement d'aller et de retour. L'aller se produit aux origines du cinéma (Alexandre Promio ... [more ▼]

Dans le cadre de cette intervention, il s'agit de revenir sur la question de la vue panoramique, selon un double mouvement d'aller et de retour. L'aller se produit aux origines du cinéma (Alexandre Promio, George Albert Smith, Billy Bitzer); le retour est à débusquer du côté du cinéma expérimental contemporain (Pelechian, Morrison), sur le mode de la rémanence et de la variation. [less ▲]

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See detailGestione alimentare dell'urolitiasi canina e felina
Diez, Marianne ULg

Scientific conference (2016, April 07)

Conférence sur la gestion alimentaire des urolithiases

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See detailOptimal Enforcement of Competition Policy: the Commitments Procedure under Uncertainty
Gautier, Axel ULg

Scientific conference (2016, April 07)

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See detailCharles de Méan, le Papinien liégeois ; présentation d'une recherche doctorale
Lagasse, Benoît ULg

Scientific conference (2016, April 06)

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See detailThe Failure of ‘Market Failure’? Rethinking the Role of Law in Post-Crisis EU Governance
Van Cleynenbreugel, Pieter ULg

Scientific conference (2016, April 01)

My presentation identified a market failure approach underlying EU internal market law, an approach also replicated in the realm of EU monetary integration. Having identified the limits of a market ... [more ▼]

My presentation identified a market failure approach underlying EU internal market law, an approach also replicated in the realm of EU monetary integration. Having identified the limits of a market failure approach, it proposed a modest way forward, seeking at least to overcome or become aware of the biases that inevitably accompany this market failure approach. [less ▲]

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See detailThat crisis idea! Refugee camps in European borders, from urgent condition to sustainable state
Da Silva, Amanda Carolina ULg

Scientific conference (2016, April 01)

This article aims to explore the transition process of informal camps on the French border to a sustainable state, similarly to « ghettoization ». I observe this issue as a result of a ... [more ▼]

This article aims to explore the transition process of informal camps on the French border to a sustainable state, similarly to « ghettoization ». I observe this issue as a result of a securitizationprocess. I started from the assumption that the ethical and cultural dimensions have particular relevance in this process. This issue requires a transversal analysis, of policies and speeches of actors at local, national and international levels. This is a question of integration policies at the local level more than a question of national or European immigration models. I aim to highlight the local the local level relevance, where the integration is primarily implemented, and therefore local and regional context should matter as much as the national model for the analysis of integration (Martiniello, 2013). In Calais, due to the lack of local immigration policies the civilian population has been pushed to react, they started to build temporary camps, this initiative increased the social exclusion. The civil associations gained more relevance and followers by Facebook, what changes the engagement that pass from local to transnational. In Calais the migratory flow and the informal camps called jungles are known since 1999, until May 2014 these camps around the city center possessed temporary vocation, and were destroyed and rebuilt daily. Therefore, this is also a matter of security speeches. The definition of the context as a crisis situation made possible an agreement between the associations and the government, that amidthe destruction of small camps and concentrated all refugees in a single area, 6.1 kilometers from the city. The political decisions concerning the space occupied by these individuals aimed to make them invisible, placing them far from the city and limiting their access to city services, which by consequence led to the construction of a ghetto. When a situation is defined as a crisis, it passes immediately to the state security sphere, where atypical actions, (as border militarization, mass expulsions, police repression), can be employed to protect the «political community» and eliminate the source of the crisis. This means that in a context defined as a crisis, temporality gains an important dimension, as evokes short term solutions, mobilizing more efforts in building urgency camps than in the areas related to integration. On the other hand the temporary camps, while urgent measures will endure and be normalised, becoming durable spaces of exclusion. The originality of this proposal is to discuss how local policy decisions and non-state actors worked together with a system of temporary camps for the implementation of a complex, semi-permanent exclusion system. This is a matter of contextual perception as a crisis situation, which is designed by production of speeches, and will determine the nature and timeliness of actions and political elaborations. The idea of the refugee crisis is then mobilized to justify emergency actions and security policies; such as closing borders, construction and maintenance of camps as an emergency response. [less ▲]

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See detailPrésentation des recherches: Minus solvit qui tardius solvit
Cavalleri, Vanessa ULg

Scientific conference (2016, April)

Ma recherche doctorale vise à réaliser une étude chronologique et historique de la mora debitoris, depuis son apparition en droit romain jusqu’à nos jours. Il fallait dès lors déterminer les contours de ... [more ▼]

Ma recherche doctorale vise à réaliser une étude chronologique et historique de la mora debitoris, depuis son apparition en droit romain jusqu’à nos jours. Il fallait dès lors déterminer les contours de la mora debitoris en droit romain: ses modes de déclenchement, ses effets, son utilité et étudier l’évolution du concept lors des époques successives. Une question principale a balisé mes recherches: celle de la démarcation entre le retard du débiteur et la faute du débiteur: en effet, le droit romain a toujours été clair: à partir du moment où il est en retard, le débiteur du droit romain répond d’une responsabilité absolue (il répondra de la perte de l’objet de l’obligation qui est survenue après la mora même si l’objet disparait à cause d’un cas fortuit). Son obligation devient en effet perpétuelle: le débiteur reste tenu alors même que son obligation devient techniquement irréalisable. On constate cependant que le droit positif aborde les choses différemment: même si la règle de base reste la même (le débiteur retardataire est tenu même des cas fortuits), il est aujourd’hui possible pour le débiteur en mora de se libérer de son obligation alors même qu’il est en demeure, en prouvant que la chose aurait péri de la même manière si elle avait été remise à temps au créancier (exemples: art. 1302 C. Napoléon et art. 103 C.O.S) Le droit positif exige donc qu’il existe un lien de causalité entre le retard du débiteur et la disparition de l’objet afin que le débiteur retardataire ne soit tenu pour responsable. Cependant, malgré ce changement, la demeure persiste comme une institution propre. Les propositions d’uniformisation du droit civil au niveau européen voire même international vont cependant encore plus loin: le droit européen actuel désire unifier le droit des contrats (et plus particulièrement, le droit de la vente). Sous l'impulsion de cette démarche, on remarque que la séparation traditionnelle opérée dans les codes civils européens entre mora, impossibilité d'exécution et exécution fautive ou inexécution tend à disparaître au sein tentatives d’uniformisation du droit européen les plus récentes (parmi lesquelles le DCFR, dans lequel la notion de mora disparait pour se fondre dans celle de « non performance » (exemple: art. III. – 1:102: Definitions (3)), alors que les principes UNIDROIT de 1994 et les EPL (European Principles of Contract Law), également connus sous le nom de projet Lando (commission on european contract law, commissionnés par l’Union européenne), adoptent la voie médiane du nachtfrist, une option médiane permettant de prendre en compte le retard du débiteur : (art. 326 BGB) : le nachfrist permet de donner une extension automatique du temps imparti pour exécuter les contrats commerciaux. Bien que cette extension soit obligatoire en Allemagne, elle est laissée à la discrétion des parties dans les systèmes internationaux qui l’ont adoptée.) En définitive, il convient donc de se demander si l’évolution proposée par le droit européen est intéressante: peut-on effectivement se passer de la notion millénaire de demeure du débiteur, pourtant présente dans la plupart des Codes Civils européens. Quels avantages la mora procure-t-elle par rapport au droit de l’inexécution ? De surcroit, la sécurité juridique est-elle alors garantie par l’évolution que connait le principe ? Voici les questions qui ont jalonné mes recherches. [less ▲]

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LAMBERT, France ULg

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Teusch, Jonas ULg

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See detailMusiciens et musiciennes à Mari (tell Hariri, Syrie) durant la fin de l’époque des shakkanakkus.
Colonna d'Istria, Laurent ULg

Scientific conference (2016, March 31)

Les sources écrites de la fin de l’époque des shakkanakkus (19e siècle av. J.-C.) sont en grande majorité des bordereaux administratifs découverts sur le site de Mari (Tell Hariri, Syrie). Ces quelques ... [more ▼]

Les sources écrites de la fin de l’époque des shakkanakkus (19e siècle av. J.-C.) sont en grande majorité des bordereaux administratifs découverts sur le site de Mari (Tell Hariri, Syrie). Ces quelques 2000 documents nous renseignent sur divers aspects de l’administration palatiale à cette époque, et citent à plusieurs reprises des musiciens et musiciennes. Appartenant au personnel du palais, ces musicien(ne)s recevaient des rations alimentaires et divers biens dont certains relatifs à leur fonction. Par ailleurs, étant responsables de transactions administratives, ces individus participaient activement à la gestion des biens du palais. Enfin, à l’instar de militaires ou de scribes, des musiciens font fonction d’intermédiaires dans la livraison de biens précieux offerts à différentes personnes appartenant à des élites, en particulier des seigneurs tribaux amorrites. [less ▲]

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See detailValeurs de l'information et performances algorithmiques pour des problèmes multi-périodes et stochastiques
Pironet, Thierry ULg

Scientific conference (2016, March 30)

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Collette, Fabienne ULg

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See detailhCG: false positives and persistent hCG levels
VALDES SOCIN, Hernan Gonzalo ULg

Scientific conference (2016, March 29)

Human Chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) is a complex glycoprotein with several bioactive forms. These five variants comprise placental forms (hyperglycosilated hCG is the first form, then after 10 weeks of ... [more ▼]

Human Chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) is a complex glycoprotein with several bioactive forms. These five variants comprise placental forms (hyperglycosilated hCG is the first form, then after 10 weeks of pregnancy total hCG takes over), cancer promoter forms (hCGb, hyperglycosilated hCGb), and a pituitary form (sulfated hCG). Current routine laboratory tests do not discriminate between these multiple variants of hCG. Low persistent detectable levels of hCG may be associated with various benign and malignant conditions, such as quiescent gestational trophoblastic disease, raised pituitary hCG, or false positive elevation caused by circulating heterophilic antibodies. Clinico-biological discussion are mandatory to avoid erroneous diagnosis and treatment.In this review we summarize and discuss the different causes of false positive hCG assay. We suggest that current gynecological protocols for the diagnosis and treatment of trophoblastic disease should consider the inclusion of hCG test in urine and/or a test for heterophilic antibodies, when appropriate to avoid unnecessary studies and treatment. References. Valdes Socin H, Syrios P, Gadisseur R, et al. Persistent low levels of hCG: please do not miss phantom hCG! (pseudohypergonadotropinemia syndrome). Acta Clinica Belgica (abstract) 2013;68:465. Cole LA. hCG, the wonder of today’s science. Reprod Biol Endocrinol 2012;10:24–42. B. González Aguilera, P. Syrios, R. Gadisseur, F. Luyckx, E. Cavalier, A. Beckers & H. Valdes-Socin. Persistent low levels of serum hCG due to heterophilic mouse antibodies: an unrecognized pitfall in the diagnosis of trophoblastic disease . Gynecological Endocrinology 2016. DOI:10.3109/09513590.2015.1132303 [less ▲]

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Englebert, Jérôme ULg

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Hanikenne, Marc ULg

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Pieron, Julien ULg

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Maillart, Christelle ULg

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Caeymaex, Florence ULg

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Vandewalle, Gilles ULg

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Lika, Liridon ULg

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See detailDes indices scientifiques pour la gestion et la protection de milieu marin
Gobert, Sylvie ULg

Scientific conference (2016, March 24)

En 1972, L’Université de Liège inaugure STARESO: une station pour les recherches sous-marines et océanographiques. Posée sur la presqu’île de La Revellata, la station accueille depuis plus de 40 ans, des ... [more ▼]

En 1972, L’Université de Liège inaugure STARESO: une station pour les recherches sous-marines et océanographiques. Posée sur la presqu’île de La Revellata, la station accueille depuis plus de 40 ans, des scientifiques de notre Université et du monde entier. La Méditerranée est considérée comme un mini océan, modèle pour comprendre l’océan mondial. Elle abrite une très grande biodiversité terrestre et marine mais c’est aussi une des mers les plus touristique au monde, zone subissant la littoralisation, la surpêche, la pollution... Les indices pour la détection de la pollution et pour la gestion des milieux marins permettent de visualiser, de montrer de manière synthétique et rapide, l’état des écosystèmes. A partir de STARESO, zone encore protégée de l’activité humaine, des indices définissant l’état des écosystèmes (DCE), des indices paysagers (qualité et valeur patrimoniale), des indices de pollution (teneur en éléments traces) et de colonisation par des espèces envahissantes ont été mis au point, validés scientifiquement et proposés aux gestionnaires du milieu marin. Après une description du site d’étude, du contexte écologique, cet exposé présente ces indices, les limites et les champs d’application en milieu marin. [less ▲]

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See detailVoyage[s] through the thymus, the small central 'brain' of the adaptive immune system
Geenen, Vincent ULg

Scientific conference (2016, March 24)

Our studies have demonstrated that the thymus programs central self-tolerance to neuroendocrine functions through transcription of neuroendocrine-related genes in thymic epithelial cells (TECs). However ... [more ▼]

Our studies have demonstrated that the thymus programs central self-tolerance to neuroendocrine functions through transcription of neuroendocrine-related genes in thymic epithelial cells (TECs). However, thymic neuroendocrine precursors are not secreted but processed as the source of neuroendocrine self-antigens that are presented by thymic proteins of the major histocompatibility complex (MHC). This process, highly specific of the thymus, has allowed an integrated and harmonious coevolution of the neuroendocrine and immune systems when recombination-activating genes and the subsequent adaptive immune response have emerged in cartilaginous fishes some 450-500 millions years ago. All the members of the insulin gene family are expressed in murine TECs under the control of AutoImmune Regulator (AIRE) according a precise hierarchy: Igf2 >Igf1>Ins2>Ins1. Igf2 transcription is defective in TECs of autoimmune diabetes-prone BB rats, and tolerance to insulin is severely impaired in Igf2-/- mice as well as in Igf2-loxP/Foxn1-cre mice with Igf2 deletion targeted in TECs. In addition, the diabetogenic coxsackievirus B4 (CV-B4) is able to persistently infect human and murine TECs and to inhibit Igf2 transcription and IGF-2 synthesis in a murine medullary TEC line (coolaboration with D. Hober, Laboratory of Virology, CHRU and University of Lille 2, France). These studies show that: 1° IGF-2 is the dominant tolerogenic precursor of the family and mediates cross-tolerance to insulin; 2° a thymus dysfunction plays a crucial role in the development of the diabetogenic autoimmune response; and 3° a thymic infection by CV-B4 is implicated in type 1 diabetes (T1D) pathogenesis. Most probably due to its very low level of expression in the thymus, the protein insulin is highly immunogenic and is the primary autoantigen tackled in T1D. On the basis of the tolerogenic properties of IGF-2, we are currently working on the development of a negative/tolerogenic self-vaccine against T1D. [less ▲]

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See detailThymus and Type 1 diabetes: Where are we now?
Geenen, Vincent ULg

Scientific conference (2016, March 24)

Our studies have demonstrated that the thymus programs central self-tolerance to neuroendocrine functions through transcription of neuroendocrine-related genes in thymic epithelial cells (TECs). However ... [more ▼]

Our studies have demonstrated that the thymus programs central self-tolerance to neuroendocrine functions through transcription of neuroendocrine-related genes in thymic epithelial cells (TECs). However, thymic neuroendocrine precursors are not secreted but processed as the source of neuroendocrine self-antigens that are presented by thymic proteins of the major histocompatibility complex (MHC). This process, highly specific of the thymus, has allowed an integrated and harmonious coevolution of the neuroendocrine and immune systems when recombination-activating genes and the subsequent adaptive immune response have emerged in cartilaginous fishes some 450-500 millions years ago. All the members of the insulin gene family are expressed in murine TECs under the control of AutoImmune Regulator (AIRE) according a precise hierarchy: Igf2 >Igf1>Ins2>Ins1. Igf2 transcription is defective in TECs of autoimmune diabetes-prone BB rats, and tolerance to insulin is severely impaired in Igf2-/- mice as well as in Igf2-loxP/Foxn1-cre mice with Igf2 deletion targeted in TECs. In addition, the diabetogenic coxsackievirus B4 (CV-B4) is able to persistently infect human and murine TECs and to inhibit Igf2 transcription and IGF-2 synthesis in a murine medullary TEC line (coolaboration with D. Hober, Laboratory of Virology, CHRU and University of Lille 2, France). These studies show that: 1° IGF-2 is the dominant tolerogenic precursor of the family and mediates cross-tolerance to insulin; 2° a thymus dysfunction plays a crucial role in the development of the diabetogenic autoimmune response; and 3° a thymic infection by CV-B4 is implicated in type 1 diabetes (T1D) pathogenesis. Most probably due to its very low level of expression in the thymus, the protein insulin is highly immunogenic and is the primary autoantigen tackled in T1D. On the basis of the tolerogenic properties of IGF-2, we are currently working on the development of a negative/tolerogenic self-vaccine against T1D. [less ▲]

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See detailUne histoire de la bande dessinée par ses auteurs ? Notes sur l'historiographie de la bande dessinée
Crucifix, Benoît ULg

Scientific conference (2016, March 23)

Cette présentation aura pour but de proposer quelques pistes de réflexion autour de l’historiographie de la bande dessinée, que l’on envisagera de facto comme plurielle. Plus particulièrement, il s’agira ... [more ▼]

Cette présentation aura pour but de proposer quelques pistes de réflexion autour de l’historiographie de la bande dessinée, que l’on envisagera de facto comme plurielle. Plus particulièrement, il s’agira de se pencher sur les façons dont les auteurs eux-mêmes participent à l’écriture de cette histoire dans la diversité de leurs pratiques. Alors que la bande dessinée pourrait être décrite comme un « art sans mémoire » (Groensteen, 2006), les différentes modalités de son inscription dans le temps et de la transmission de son passé constituent aujourd’hui une des questions cruciales de la recheche en bande dessinée. Prolongeant cet intérêt et en le confrontant à la perspective littéraire de L’Histoire littéraire des écrivains (Debaene, et al., 2013), cette présentation suggère que regarder à l’histoire et la mémoire de la bande dessinée telle qu’elle est transmise, véhiculée, réinventée ou rejetée par ses auteurs constitue un changement de perspective qui nous invite à prendre acte de la pluralité des histoires du médium. [less ▲]

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See detailLectures phénoménologiques d'un corp(u)s littéraire. Merleau-Ponty et le Nouveau Roman
Franck, Thomas ULg

Scientific conference (2016, March 22)

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See detailPhytoHealth : Des végétaux riches en phyto-œstrogènes pour redorer l'image des productions animales en terme de santé
Daems, Frédéric ULg; Tosar, Victoria ULg

Scientific conference (2016, March 22)

Présentation du projet PhytoHealth

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See detailLe rapport au passé en France au XVIIe siècle : appréhender la complexité en Histoire
Saal, Caroline ULg

Scientific conference (2016, March 22)

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See detailDe l’art du mouvement : Pour une chorégraphie du cinéma
Tomasovic, Dick ULg

Scientific conference (2016, March 21)

La danse et le cinéma sont proches par leur souci constant de l’organisation du temps et du mouvement. Ils n’ont d’ailleurs cessé de dialoguer tout au long du vingtième siècle. Dès les premières danses ... [more ▼]

La danse et le cinéma sont proches par leur souci constant de l’organisation du temps et du mouvement. Ils n’ont d’ailleurs cessé de dialoguer tout au long du vingtième siècle. Dès les premières danses serpentines captées par les caméras Lumière et Edison en 1895, le filmage du corps du danseur devient un enjeu important. La rencontre du cinématographe et de la chorégraphie permet en effet de nouvelles formes d'agencement des corps et d’audacieuses figures de mouvements. En somme, lorsque la danse et le cinéma se rencontrent, on assiste à la réinvention du geste, de la représentation corporelle et du mouvement lui-même, ce que l’on verra à travers les exemples donnés par quelques maitres du ballet et du cinéma, comme Fred Astaire, Gene Kelly, Wong Kar-wai ou Quentin Tarantino. [less ▲]

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See detailThe many aurorae on Jupiter: an overview of recent results
Bonfond, Bertrand ULg

Scientific conference (2016, March 21)

The Hubble Space Telescope's high resolution observations of the Jovian aurorae in the UV domain have provided us with a wealth of new information in the recent years. Not only do we have now access to ... [more ▼]

The Hubble Space Telescope's high resolution observations of the Jovian aurorae in the UV domain have provided us with a wealth of new information in the recent years. Not only do we have now access to details down to a couple hundreds kilometers, but we can also analyze changes on timescales of tens of seconds. These images and spectra have taught us that the aurorae are made of many different features, each of them associated with a different process in the Jovian magnetosphere. This magnetosphere significantly differs from the Earth's one, being dominated by the rapid rotation of Jupiter and the plasma originating from Io's volcanism. The satellite footprints are the auroral signature of the electro-magnetic interaction between the Galilean moons and the magnetospheric plasma rotating around Jupiter. In the case of Io, Europa and Ganymede, this signature takes the form of a chain of spots followed by an elongated tail of emission. The tentative identification of a Callisto footprint will also be discussed. Poleward of Io's footprint, patches of emission of various sizes have been associated with injections of hot coming from the outer magnetosphere into the middle magnetosphere. These spots ares thus important markers of the plasma circulation in the Jovian magetnosphere. In the same auroral region, more diffuse emissions are associated with pitch angle scattering in the magnetospheric area where dipolar magnetic field lines become elongated. The most striking feature of the Jovian aurorae is the main emission. This structure sometimes appears as a continuous auroral oval, but it can also display much more complex patterns, especially on the dusk side. Moreover, the brightness strongly changes with local time, as a response to the variability of the corotation enforcement currents and the partial ring currents in the middle magnetosphere. Directly poleward of the main emission, patches regularly appear on the night and dawn sides, in a region generally devoid of any emissions (the polar dark region). Such patches are thought to be a signature of the reconnection process that allows the release of the plasma coming from Io into the magnetotail. The dusk side of the area enclosed in the main emission, called the active region, is the locus of intense and transient (sometimes, even quasi-periodic) flares as well as more stable arcs and diffuse patches. Poleward of this area, stable filaments can sometimes be seen along the noon to midnight axis. Finally, the polar-most region, tentatively associated with open field lines, display rapidly fluctuating patches of emissions. All these polar emissions are very poorly understood and will thus be the subject of fascinating investigations from the Juno spacecraft, arriving around Jupiter on July 4th. [less ▲]

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See detailRecovering unlawful advantages in the context of EU State aid tax ruling investigations
Van Cleynenbreugel, Pieter ULg

Scientific conference (2016, March 20)

My paper analysed the recent tax ruling State aid decisions (to the extent that their content is publicly known) and the potential recovery issues they will generate. Looking at this from the point of ... [more ▼]

My paper analysed the recent tax ruling State aid decisions (to the extent that their content is publicly known) and the potential recovery issues they will generate. Looking at this from the point of view of EU law, my presentation outlined how EU principles of legal certainty and the protection of legitimate expectations may limit the scope of tax ruling recoveries, prior to concluding that in practice, those principles may not offer any limit at all. [less ▲]

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Van Cleynenbreugel, Pieter ULg

Scientific conference (2016, March 19)

In the framework of an international academic conference on recent developments in internal market law, I analysed the Court of Justice's case law on free movement of capital and privatisations. As ... [more ▼]

In the framework of an international academic conference on recent developments in internal market law, I analysed the Court of Justice's case law on free movement of capital and privatisations. As Portugal has been one of the returning customers in those kinds of cases, I focused particularly on those Portuguese cases. In my presentation, I analysed to what extent state interventions in the economy would still be tolerated as a matter of EU internal market law, concluding that this is still the case, if and to the extent a public undertaking behaves almost entirely as a private market operator. [less ▲]

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See detailL’artiste commissaire dans son histoire et son actualité
Bawin, Julie ULg

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Bayramzadeh, Kamal ULg

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Deliège, Fanny ULg; Ates, Zelal ULg; Benoit, Sabine et al

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See detailDu concept au percept. Jean Wahl et la littérature américaine
Petteni, Oriane ULg

Scientific conference (2016, March 18)

The aim of this presentation is to reconstruct Jean Wahl's intellectual trajectory and its increasing use of american litterature to build his project of "going back to concrete". On a second moment, I'm ... [more ▼]

The aim of this presentation is to reconstruct Jean Wahl's intellectual trajectory and its increasing use of american litterature to build his project of "going back to concrete". On a second moment, I'm trying to show the influence he holded sway on Deleuze's concept of "percept" in his polemic against the hegelian concept. [less ▲]

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See detailL’approche sociocritique : pistes et enjeux
Saint-Amand, Denis ULg

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See detailL’œuvre-exposition. Entre signe artistique, dispositif scénographie et pratique curatoriale
Bawin, Julie ULg

Scientific conference (2016, March 16)

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Kotovitch, Marie ULg; Van Der Linden, Fanny ULg; Tison, Jean-Louis et al

Scientific conference (2016, March 16)

1. Manuscript submitted to Elementa Last year we submitted a manuscript about air-ice CO2 fluxes measured in continuous with a chamber over the ice during INTERICE V experiment. The results show that sea ... [more ▼]

1. Manuscript submitted to Elementa Last year we submitted a manuscript about air-ice CO2 fluxes measured in continuous with a chamber over the ice during INTERICE V experiment. The results show that sea ice shifts from: (i) a sink during ice crystals formation, (ii) a source during ice growth, (iii) return to a sink during ice melt. We attempt to reproduce these fluxes with the 1Dimension model developed by Martin and Sebastien in Moreau et al. (2015). The inversion between outward CO2 fluxes during ice growth and inward CO2 fluxes during ice melt depicts well the observations. However, the model strongly underestimates the fluxes during the cold phase if the formation rate of gas bubbles is low. Since ice is permeable throughout the cold phase, higher gas bubble formation rates lead to higher CO2 fluxes. The contribution of gas bubble buoyancy to upward flux was the main hypothesis of this manuscript. 2. TA-DIC compilation With the code developed by Martin (and others), we computed profile of DIC normalized to the mean ice salinity. We observe a reverse C shape with a depletion at the surface and more scattered data at the bottom. It’s striking to observe that at mid-depth (0.5 m), all data sounds to converge at the same value (around 480 µmol/kg). It makes us confident with the fact that we can gather data and compare them. The mean DIC value in the middle of the cores is similar to the sea surface water DIC in Antarctica. Our idea is that these value are due to simple brine rejection and that there is a depletion at the top and at the bottom. The bottom depletion is subject to biogeochemistry processes. While the top depletion may be due to the CO2 release during ice formation which lead to a potential CO2 flux out of the ice. For the time beeing, we aim to derive a budget of CO2 flux from this compilation. This will be presented at the next BEPSII meeting. 3. Further studies and perspectives (PhD thesis of Fanny and Marie) Sea ice production of N2O and halocarbons and their contribution to atmospheric concentrations. Development of a flux chamber in process. [less ▲]

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Scientific conference (2016, March 16)

présentation du sujet de thèse en 3 minutes (Exercice de vulgarisation).

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See detail"Car telle est notre foi par laquelle vous serez sauvés". Les Carolingiens et la défense de l’orthodoxie
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Scientific conference (2016, March 14)

Dès 796, Charlemagne ne se dit plus seulement rector et defensor ecclesiae mais également praedicator. Partant de ce constat, bien établi par quelques solides recherches récentes, Florence Close pose la ... [more ▼]

Dès 796, Charlemagne ne se dit plus seulement rector et defensor ecclesiae mais également praedicator. Partant de ce constat, bien établi par quelques solides recherches récentes, Florence Close pose la question du cheminement qui a amené le fils de Pépin le Bref à affiner au fil des décennies l’aspect religieux de la mission royale franque au point de se considérer comme le défenseur de l’orthodoxie en Occident. [less ▲]

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