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See detailThe two scenarios for quantum multifractality breakdown
Georgeot, Bertrand; Dubertrand, Rémy; Garcia-Mata, Ignacio et al

Scientific conference (2014, June)

Several types of physical systems are characterized by quantum wave func- tions with multifractal properties. In the quantum chaos field, they cor- respond to pseudointegrable systems, with properties ... [more ▼]

Several types of physical systems are characterized by quantum wave func- tions with multifractal properties. In the quantum chaos field, they cor- respond to pseudointegrable systems, with properties intermediate between integrability and chaos. In condensed matter, they include electrons in a disordered potential at the Anderson metal-insulator transition. This multi- fractality leads to particular transport properties and appears in conjunction with specific types of spectral statistics. In parallel, progress in experimental techniques allows to observe finer and finer properties of the wavefunctions of quantum or wave systems, as well as to perform experiments with un- precedented control on the dynamics of the systems studied. In this context, this talk will discuss the robustness of multifractality in presence of footnote- size perturbations. We expose two scenarios for the breakdown of quantum multifractality under the effect of such perturbations. In the first scenario, multifractality survives below a certain scale of the quantum fluctuations. In the other one, the fluctuations of the wave functions are changed at every scale and each multifractal dimension smoothly goes to the ergodic value. We use as generic examples a one-dimensional dynamical system and the three- dimensional Anderson model at the metal-insulator transition, and show that for different types of perturbation the destruction of multifractal properties always follows one of these two ways. Our results thus suggest that quantum multifractality breakdown is universal and obeys one of these two scenarios depending on the perturbation. We also discuss the experimental implica- tions. [less ▲]

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See detailEvaluation of troponin T on AQT90 Flex and COBAS 8000 as a rule in/out tool in an emergency ward
LE GOFF, Caroline ULg; EVRARD, Séverine ULg; BREVERS, Eric ULg et al

in Clinical Chemistry & Laboratory Medicine (2014, June), 52(Special Suppl), 510

BACKGROUND: Troponin measurement is the gold standard for diagnosis of Acute Myocardial Infarction (AMI). Troponin (highly sensitive (hs), T or I) is measured by immunochemistry instrument or by Point of ... [more ▼]

BACKGROUND: Troponin measurement is the gold standard for diagnosis of Acute Myocardial Infarction (AMI). Troponin (highly sensitive (hs), T or I) is measured by immunochemistry instrument or by Point of Care (POCT). POCT can be useful in emergency lab or ward for a faster diagnosis of patients with chest pain. Our study compared analytical performance of a POCT AQT90 Flex (Radiometer Medical) (AQT) and TnThs Cobas 8000 (Roche Diagnostics) (Cobas). We also compared the clinical performance of both methods at recommended cut-off (14 ng/L for Cobas and 30 ng/ L for AQT). METHODS: We selected 104 patients (296 samples) (range: 6-13822 ng/L) admitted in the Emergency ward for which at least 1 troponin determination (Cobas 8000) had been re-quested in the past 24 hours according to rule in/out procedure applied by this ward. Samples were then measured with the AQT. Inter-assay CV was maximum 8.6% and 9.6% for Cobas and AQT respectively. The cut-off defined as the 99th percentile for Roche was 14 ng/L and the recommended decision threshold value was 30 ng/L for Radiometer. Retrospective analysis of final diagnostic was obtained for all participants: we considered as “true positive” patients for whom a final diagnostic was ST segment-Elevation Myocardial Infarction (STEMI) or non STEMI (NSTEMI). RESULTS: On the whole range of measure, the 2 methods showed a good correlation (r2=0.98). Regression equation was Cobas = 0.98 AQT + 31 ng/L (95%CI of the intercept: (26.7;37.7) and 95% CI of the slope (0.96;1)). When we stratified, for the values <54 ng/L, the equation became Cobas = 0.52 AQT +1.1 ng/L (95%CI of the intercept: (-4.8;5.5) and 95% CI of the slope (0.39;0.69)). Bland and Altman plot did not show any bias. At admission [2-7 hours], 78 (81%) of admitted patients were finally considered as AMI, sensitivity was 92 % [96%] for Cobas and 78% [91%] for AQT. Specificity was 15% for Cobas (cut-off 14ng/L) or 73% (cut-off 54 ng/L) and 76% for AQT. CONCLUSIONS: Overall, there was a good correlation between the 2 methods. However, using a cut-off of 14 ng/L for Cobas is questionable for a rule in/out procedure in an emergency ward. Using 54 ng/L for Roche and 30 ng/L for AQT would have led to the best discrimination between patients presenting AMI or not. [less ▲]

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See detailURINARY AND SALIVARY CORTISOL IN LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHY–TANDEM MASS SPECTROMETRY: METHOD VALIDATION AND EXPECTED VALUES DETERMINATION
LE GOFF, Caroline ULg; DELCOUR, Sandra ULg; PEETERS, Stéphanie ULg et al

in Clinical Chemistry & Laboratory Medicine (2014, June), 52(Special Suppl), 1241

BACKGROUND: Cortisol measurement is useful in evaluation of Cushing syndrome, adrenal insufficiency, mineralocorticoid excess and congenital adrenal hyperplasia. We developed a liquid ... [more ▼]

BACKGROUND: Cortisol measurement is useful in evaluation of Cushing syndrome, adrenal insufficiency, mineralocorticoid excess and congenital adrenal hyperplasia. We developed a liquid chromatography–tandem mass spectrometry (LCMS/MS) method for salivary and urinary cortisol and we determined the 95th percentile (p95) for the urinary and salivary cortisol. We compared them to the Mayo Clinic expected values. METHODS: Saliva at 8 am and 11 pm and 24h urine were obtained from 32 healthy (22 female, 34.3±9.3 yo) volunteers. We performed validation with the enoval software (Arlenda, Belgium). For the validation, we used water or urine with spiked known amounts of cortisol for the CORS and CTU respectively. For the CORS, samples were centrifuged, deuterium labelled cortisol was added as internal standard and the protein precipated by acetonitril. The supernatant was evaporated, dissolved in methanol acidified with acetic acid and analyzed by LCMS/MS. For CTU, samples were centrifuged, deuterium labelled cortisol was added as internal standard and diluted by the ammonium acetate and analyzed by LCMS/MS. At the Mayo Clinic, the expected values were 1-7.5 μg/L (7 a.m-9 a.m) and <1 μg/L (11-12 p.m) for CORS and 3.5-45 μg/24h (<18yo) for CTU. RESULTS: For the CTU, the with-in run did not exceed 3% (0.4-3%) and the between-run did not exceed 3.1% (0.4-3.1%) for 1.5-750 μg/L. The limit of quantification was 1.5 μg/L. The linearity was good between 1.5 and 750 μg/L. The recovery is 97.9±2.2% (95%CI for the mean: 92.4-101.1%). For the CORS, the with-in run and between run did not exceed 8% (1.9-8%) for 1.15-8.65 μg/L. The limit of quantification was 1.15 μg/L. The analyse presents a good linearity between 1.15 and 8.65 μg/L. The recovery is 99.9±2.9% (95%CI for the mean: 94.2-108.7%). The p95 for the CTU according to the CLSI C28-A3 was 33 μg/24h, and for the CORS was 5.42 μg/L at 8 am and 0.7 μg/L at 12 pm. CONCLUSIONS: Our developed method in liquid chromatography tandem mass spectrometry was validated for the measurement of urinary and salivary cortisol. Our findings indicate that the proposed analytical methods were suitable for routine purposes and useful in many pathological conditions.The expected values confirm these defined by the Mayo Clinic. [less ▲]

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See detailSUITABILITY OF 24,25(OH)2 VITAMIN D3 DETERMINATION WITH AN ADAPTED VERSION OF THE CHROMSYSTEMS® MASSCHROM® 25-OH-VITAMIN D3/D2– LC-MS/MS KIT
SCHLECK, Marie-Louise ULg; NETCHACOVITCH, Matthieu ULg; CRINE, Yannick ULg et al

in Clinical Chemistry & Laboratory Medicine (2014, June), 52(Special Suppl), 1235

BACKGROUND: The enzym CYP24A1 catalyses the conversion of 25(OH)D3 in 24,25(OH)2D3. Recently, loss-of-function mutation of CYP24A1 has been identified in idiopathic infantile hypercalcemia (IIH). This ... [more ▼]

BACKGROUND: The enzym CYP24A1 catalyses the conversion of 25(OH)D3 in 24,25(OH)2D3. Recently, loss-of-function mutation of CYP24A1 has been identified in idiopathic infantile hypercalcemia (IIH). This genetic defect can be highlighted by high 1,25(OH)2D3 and undetectable 24,25(OH)2D3 levels. 24,25(OH)2D3 is also known to interfere with 25(OH)D3 determinations with immunoassays, leading to an overestimation of the 25(OH)D3 concentrations. We adapted the MassChrom kit on the AB SCIEX TQ 5500 in order to systematically provide, next to 25(OH)D3, 25(OH)D2 and C3 epimer, the concentrations of 24,25(OH)2D3. The aim of this study was to evaluate the performance of 24,25(OH)2D3 determination with this modified method. We also wanted to establish the reference value of 24,25(OH)2D3. METHODS: We modified the Chromsystems MassChrom method by adding the 24,25(OH)D3 correspondent transitions and performed a calibration by spiking known amounts of 24.25(OH)2D3. The LOQ was determined with 10 concentration levels of 24,25(OH)2D3. We selected 92 healthy children (40 girls; 2.4±1.51 years) presenting normal calcium levels (2.49±0.13mmol/l) to determine the 95th percentile (p95). RESULTS: The 24,25(OH)2D3 LOQ was 4.7 ng/ml. 85.9% of our subjects were below this LOQ. The p 95 for the 24,25(OH)2D3, according to the CLSI C28-A3, was <6.2 ng/ml. The average serum concentrations (mean±SD) of 25(OH)D3 and 3-epi-25(OH)D3 were 24.48±10.22ng/ml and 2.07±1.86 ng/ml respectively. The 24,25(OH)2D3 levels (r2=0.64) correlated with the 25(OH)D3 levels. CONCLUSIONS: Our adapted method from Chromsystems Vitamin D determination is available to quantify 24,25(OH)2D3. In this context, this method is able to determine high levels of 24,25(OH)2D3 that can possibly cross react with immunoassays. However, as the LOQ was not low enough, we couldn’t establish correct reference value for 24,25(OH)2D3. A derivatization step in the sample preparation would be interesting to improve the sensibility of the method. [less ▲]

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See detailBacteria, bonds between classical karsts and karsts in silicated non carbonated rocks ?
Willems, Luc ULg

Poster (2014, June)

For several years, similar karsts to those found in the limestone have been observed in various silicated non-carbonated rocks. Several morphological arguments show that a complete dissolution of rocks is ... [more ▼]

For several years, similar karsts to those found in the limestone have been observed in various silicated non-carbonated rocks. Several morphological arguments show that a complete dissolution of rocks is necessary to explain the formation of some caves and other related forms independently of hydrotermalisme phenomena. However, the physico-chemical processes generally considered do not provide a satisfactory explanation to this dissolution. Bacterial activity found deep in many lithologies provides a solution to this apparent contradiction. [less ▲]

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See detailThe composition of cuticular compounds indicates body parts, sex and age in the model butterfly Bicyclus anynana (Lepidoptera)
Heuskin, Stéphanie ULg; Vanderplanck, Maryse; Bacquet, Paul et al

in Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution (2014), 2:37

Chemical communication in insects’ sexual interactions is well-known to involve olfaction of volatile compounds called sex pheromones. In theory, sexual chemical communication may also involve chemicals ... [more ▼]

Chemical communication in insects’ sexual interactions is well-known to involve olfaction of volatile compounds called sex pheromones. In theory, sexual chemical communication may also involve chemicals with low or no volatility exchanged during precopulatory gustatory contacts. Yet, knowledge on this latter type of chemicals is so far mostly restricted to the Drosophila fly model. Here we provide the most comprehensive characterization to date of the cuticular chemical profile, including both volatile and non-volatile compounds, of a model butterfly, Bicyclus anynana. First, we characterized the body distribution of 103 cuticular lipids, mostly alkanes and methyl-branched alkanes, by gas chromatography coupled to mass spectrometry (GC-MS). Second, we developed a multivariate statistical approach to cope with such complex chemical profiles and showed that variation in the presence or abundance of a subset of the cuticular lipids indicated body parts, and traits involved in B. anynana mate choice, namely sex and age. Third, we identified the chemical structure of the 20 most indicative compounds, which were on average more abundant (1346.4 ± 1994.6 ng; mean ± SD) than other, likely less indicative, compounds (225.9 ± 507.2 ng; mean ± SD). Fourth, we showed that wings and legs displayed most of the chemical information found on the entire body of the butterflies. Fifth, we showed that non-random gustatory contacts occurred between specific male and female body parts during courtship. The body parts mostly touched by the conspecific displayed the largest between-sex differentiation in cuticular composition. Altogether, the large diversity of cuticular lipids in B. anynana, which exceeds the one of Drosophila flies, and its non-random distribution and evaluation across individuals, together suggest that gustatory information is likely exchanged during sexual interactions in Lepidoptera. [less ▲]

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See detailResearch of phosphate accumulating microorganisms from WWTPs for the recovery of phosphorus from organic wastes (3BV.3.47)
Tarayre, Cédric ULg; Michels, Evi; Buysse, Jeroen et al

Poster (2014, June)

Many wastes containing reusable components, such as nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium, are not exploited through ideal processes. As an example, in Wallonia (Belgium), the main treatment applied to ... [more ▼]

Many wastes containing reusable components, such as nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium, are not exploited through ideal processes. As an example, in Wallonia (Belgium), the main treatment applied to sewage sludge consists in incinerating the material. Such a process is chosen when the heavy metals are too concentrated in the sludge, preventing an agricultural use. However, sewage sludge, as well as manure, slurry and digestate, contain notable amounts of nutrients (nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium). Some Waste Water Treatment Plants (WWTPs) are actually designed in order to promote Phosphate Accumulating Organisms (PAOs), able to store or release phosphorus in accordance with the environmental conditions. The aim of this work is to isolate PAOs from WWTPs and evaluate their applicability to phosphorus recovery from organic wastes. Metagenomics and metabolic properties are also considered. This work is supported by the BioRefine Project, a European project in which various member states focus on recovery of inorganics from organic wastestreams. [less ▲]

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See detailChômeur Blaster, jeu vidéo liégeois créé en atelier
Hurel, Pierre-Yves ULg

Article for general public (2014)

"Chômeur Blaster, jeu vidéo conçu à Liège par une dizaine de néophytes en programmation, se situe à la croisée du jeu vidéo traditionnel et du serious game militant. Il prend au premier degré la « chasse ... [more ▼]

"Chômeur Blaster, jeu vidéo conçu à Liège par une dizaine de néophytes en programmation, se situe à la croisée du jeu vidéo traditionnel et du serious game militant. Il prend au premier degré la « chasse aux chômeurs » pour la dénoncer. Explications de Pierre-Yves Hurel, animateur du premier atelier Média dédié au jeu de l'association d'éducation permanente D'une Certaine Gaieté." [less ▲]

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See detailQuality assessment of marketed eggs in Eastern Algeria
Kara Ali, Monira; Ait Kaki, Asma ULg; Milet, Asma et al

in Nature & Technologie (2014), 11(2), 52-58

The objective of this study was to compare eggs quality between industrial and local chickens in four departments of Eastern Algeria (Bejaia, Jijel, Mila and Setif). A total of 4748 eggs were bought from ... [more ▼]

The objective of this study was to compare eggs quality between industrial and local chickens in four departments of Eastern Algeria (Bejaia, Jijel, Mila and Setif). A total of 4748 eggs were bought from three marketing channels as following: shops (1184), public markets (2757) and supermarkets (807). The percentage of stained eggs was significantly different (P<0.001) between industrial (15.25%) and local eggs (27.61%). A significant difference (P<0.05) was observed between industrial and local egg weight (61.01 vs 53.28g), egg shell weight (7.10 vs 6.30g), albumen weight (37.44 vs 29.69g), albumen percentage (61.34 vs 55.71%), shell thickness (0.381 vs 0.325mm). However, yolk weight (6.10 vs 6.30g), yolk percentage (27.06 vs 32.44%), shell percentage (11.60 vs 11.89%), yolk/albumen ratio (0.44 vs 0.58), albumen height (5.27 vs 5.93mm), Haugh unit (69.12 vs 77.80), yolk color (9.52 vs 10.94) and egg price (7.67 vs 12.84DA) of local chicken were significantly (P<0.01) higher than in the case of industrial hen. Marketing channels affected significantly (P<0.01) egg weight, yolk weight, albumen weight, albumen height and price of a total studied eggs. Egg weight (59.03g) and egg price (10.87DA) from supermarkets were the highest. Eggs of local hens presented according to the national preference, interesting quality criteria such as freshness, yolk/albumen ratio and yolk color. [less ▲]

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See detailMaitriser le temps? L'accélération du traitement judiciaire du divorce en France et en Belgique
Bastard, Benoit; Delvaux, David ULg; Mouhanna, Christian et al

in Temporalités : Productions, Usages, Figures : Revue de Sciences Sociales et Humaines (2014), 19

Cet article aborde la question du temps dans l’institution judiciaire en prenant pour objet le contentieux familial. En considérant la dimension temporelle du règlement des conflits qui émergent lors des ... [more ▼]

Cet article aborde la question du temps dans l’institution judiciaire en prenant pour objet le contentieux familial. En considérant la dimension temporelle du règlement des conflits qui émergent lors des ruptures d’union, il met en évidence le changement radical de la vision du temps qui a touché le monde de la justice civile dans les dernières décennies. Le mouvement d’accélération qui touche l’ensemble de l’institution judiciaire se trouve redoublé dans ce champ par l’urgence qu’impose la réaction face à un contentieux de masse : il s’agit de répondre sans délais aux conflits familiaux, selon des modalités adaptées aux besoins des intéressés. L’étude s’appuie sur une enquête réalisée dans cinq juridictions, en France et en Belgique. Dans ces deux pays, les dernières réformes intervenues ont eu pour projet de hâter les procédures de divorce. Dans la pratique, différentes modalités de l’accélération du traitement judiciaire sont observées. En France, le juge aux affaires familiales est un acteur central qui traite l’ensemble des ruptures de couple soumises à la justice. Les JAF font tout pour accélérer les décisions, en s’appuyant autant que faire se peut sur l’accord des parties et en cherchant à contrôler les avocats. En Belgique, l’accélération est particulièrement apparente s’agissant du procès en divorce, mais les décisions sur les effets accessoires de la séparation sont renvoyées à différentes instances ayant leur propre temporalité. Par-delà ces différences, la comparaison suggère que l’accélération du traitement du contentieux de la famille résulte de la coprésence des deux tendances majeures observées, la managérialisation de la justice et le renvoi des décisions relatives à la famille vers les intéressés eux-mêmes. L’accélération du traitement judiciaire du divorce n’est cependant pas sans conséquence : en particulier, elle rend plus apparente la disjonction du temps du procès et de celui que vivent les conjoints en rupture. [less ▲]

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See detailSynthèse bibliographique : l'écologie larvaire des culicoïdes (Diptera : Ceratopogonidae)
Zimmer, Jean-Yves ULg; Haubruge, Eric ULg; Francis, Frédéric ULg

in Biotechnologie, Agronomie, Société et Environnement = Biotechnology, Agronomy, Society and Environment [=BASE] (2014), 18(2), 301-312

Cet article présente une synthèse de l’écologie larvaire des culicoïdes (Diptera : Ceratopogonidae) en vue de rassembler les connaissances, souvent très parsemées, des sites d’oviposition et des habitats ... [more ▼]

Cet article présente une synthèse de l’écologie larvaire des culicoïdes (Diptera : Ceratopogonidae) en vue de rassembler les connaissances, souvent très parsemées, des sites d’oviposition et des habitats larvaires actuellement identifiés à travers le monde pour les principales espèces de culicoïdes. Ces moucherons piqueurs hématophages sont impliqués dans la transmission de divers parasites (protozoaires et filaires) et virus aux animaux. Le développement larvaire des culicoïdes est généralement optimal dans les substrats humides et riches en débris organiques divers. Cependant, chaque espèce présente ses propres exigences écologiques et se trouve par conséquent dans des micro-habitats spécifiques. Dans cette synthèse, les gites larvaires sont répartis en substrats aquatiques et semi-aquatiques d’eau douce et d’eau salée ou saumâtre, substrats terrestres et substrats anthropiques liés à l’élevage. Les gites larvaires de nombreuses espèces appartenant au genre Culicoides Latreille demeurent cependant encore méconnus. La connaissance de ces derniers et leur caractérisation sont pourtant essentielles pour permettre la mise au point de stratégies de lutte efficaces contre ces insectes vecteurs, permettant ainsi de renforcer la vaccination du bétail et les autres moyens de lutte mis en oeuvre. Les habitats larvaires actuellement identifiés pourraient permettre d’orienter les investigations des recherches écologiques futures et les propositions de contrôle de ces moucherons vecteurs. [less ▲]

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See detailL- and V-curves for Optimal Smoothing
Frasso, Gianluca ULg; Eilers, Paul H. C.

in Statistical Modelling : An International Journal (2014)

The L-curve is a tool for the selection of the regularization parameter in ill-posed inverse problems. It is a parametric plot of the size of the residuals vs that of the penalty. The corner of the L ... [more ▼]

The L-curve is a tool for the selection of the regularization parameter in ill-posed inverse problems. It is a parametric plot of the size of the residuals vs that of the penalty. The corner of the L indicates the right amount of regularization. In the context of smoothing the L-curve is easy to compute and works surprisingly well, even for data with correlated noise. We present the theoretical background and applications to real data together with an alternative criterion for finding the corner automatically. We introduce as simplification, the V-curve, which replaces finding the corner of the L-curve by locating a minimum. [less ▲]

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See detailCrime Hotspots In Belgium: Spatial He terogeneity In The Multivariate Regression Model?
Trotta, Marie ULg

Conference (2014, June)

Place attractiveness is an important property to consider when modelling the spatial behaviour of a serial offender. Small spatial units are privileged in the recent literature to study the crime ... [more ▼]

Place attractiveness is an important property to consider when modelling the spatial behaviour of a serial offender. Small spatial units are privileged in the recent literature to study the crime concentration-urban backcloth relationship, with the drawback of focusing on a single city. However, the urban backcloth is also shaped by the inter-cities and city-hinterland relationships. Our objective is to model the concentration of sexual offences for entire Belgium, at the very precise scale of the statistical sector in order to take into account the role of the urban hierarchy. Methods: We analyse the ViCLAS data for Belgium between 2004 and 2011. Specifically, we study the relationship between the concentration of initial contact scenes and socio-economic characteristics and facilities of the statistical sector, using two spatial models. First, we computed a spatial lag zero-inflated model (ZINB) in order to evaluate the global predictive capacities of the model. Then, a Poisson geographically-weighted regression (GWR) was run to study the spatial heterogeneity for each of the explanatory variables. Results: The zero-inflated negative binomial model with spatial lag recovers the neighbourhood environmental quality, the concentration of economic and cultural activities, and drinking places as major significant factors (Mc Fadden’s pseudo-r² of 0.2). The Poisson geographically-weighted regression underestimates the crime concentrations but highlights the spatial heterogeneity [less ▲]

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See detailGenetic diversity, structure and parentage analysis within several European apple germplasm collections assessed by microsatellite markers
Durel, Charles-Eric; Denancé, Caroline; Ravon, Elisa et al

Conference (2014, June)

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Charlier, Sébastien ULg; Moor, Thomas

in Charlier, Sébastien; Moor, Thomas (Eds.) Guide architecture moderne et contemporaine 1895-2014 Liège (2014)

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See detailGuide architecture moderne et contemporaine 1895-2014 Liège
Charlier, Sébastien ULg; Moor, Thomas

Book published by Mardaga (2014)

À Liège et environs, le Guide d’architecture moderne et contemporaine vous invite à regarder l’architecture autrement : une sélection de 400 projets, commentés par 48 auteurs, confiés à la photographe ... [more ▼]

À Liège et environs, le Guide d’architecture moderne et contemporaine vous invite à regarder l’architecture autrement : une sélection de 400 projets, commentés par 48 auteurs, confiés à la photographe Elodie Ledure, illustrés de plans et situés sur cartes. Programmes modestes ou réalisations d’envergure, commandes privées et bâtiments publics, ils sont le fruit de la modernité revisitée à chaque époque par les architectes, de l’Art nouveau à aujourd’hui. Un projet de grande envergure Ce premier volume consacré à Liège s’inscrit dans une collection d’ouvrages de référence, fruit d’un important travail de recherche scientifique en collaboration avec les universités. Richement documentée, la collection n’en est pas moins accessible à un public large, sensibilisé au tourisme culturel et habitué aux guides de voyage. À paraître dans la collection « Guide d’architecture moderne et contemporaine » : - Mons, 2015 (label « Capitale européenne de la Culture ») - Charleroi, 2016 (350e anniversaire de la ville) - Tournai, 2017 Un formidable outil d’appropriation culturelle de la modernité La collection offre un regard neuf sur l’architecture, en proposant une sélection critique de bâtiments représentatifs de la modernité architecturale – et de la notion de progrès social, culturel, politique, économique, technique, esthétique qu’elle sous-tend. [less ▲]

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See detailCrétacé du Pays de Herve
Ruthy, Ingrid ULg; van Ellen, Tjaard; Dassargues, Alain ULg

in Dassargues, Alain; Walraevens, Kristine (Eds.) Watervoerende lagen & grondwater in België - Aquifères & eaux souterraines en Belgique (2014)

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See detailIsocinetisme et sport de haut niveau : applications à la traumatologie du sport
Barthelemy, Yannick; Kaux, Jean-François ULg; Ferret, Jean-Marcel

in Movement & Sport Sciences – Science & Motricité (2014), 85

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See detailImpact de la double stigmatisation en oncogériatrie : Etat des lieux
Schroyen, Sarah ULg; Adam, Stéphane ULg; JERUSALEM, Guy ULg et al

in Gériatrie et Psychologie Neuropsychiatrie du Vieillissement (2014), 12(2), 131-8

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