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In may 2007, the ULg's Administrative Board (joined in June 2007 by the FUSAGx) decided to create an institutional repository and defined a strong institutional self-archiving policy to increase the visibility, accessibility and impact of the University's publications (Board's decision). This decision led to the official launch, in November 2008, of the ORBi platform including both the Academic Bibliography and the Institutional Repository of the Wallonia-Europe University Academy.

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  1. Forecasting travel behavior using Markov Chains-based approaches

    Saadi, Ismaïl; El Saeid Mustafa, Ahmed Mohamed; Teller, Jacques; Cools, Mario
    Peer reviewed


    Coppieters't Wallant, Dorothé

  3. Lifetime stability study of a NIR hyperspectral imaging system

    Eylenbosch, Damien; Bodson, Bernard; Baeten, Vincent; Fernández Pierna, Juan Antonio

  4. Dynamics of a thin radial liquid flow

    De Cock, Nicolas; Massinon, Mathieu; Ouled Taleb Salah, Sofiene; Mercatoris, Benoît; Vetrano, Maria Rosaria; Lebeau, Frédéric
    Peer reviewed


    Boulanger, Christelle; Rahhal, Anabelle; Delfosse, Vincent; Lorquet, Cyril; Leclercq, Pierre
    Peer reviewed

  6. Capturing the wide variety of impaired fracture healing phenotypes in Neurofibromatosis Type 1 with eight key factors: a computational study.

    carlier, aurelie; brems, h.; ashbourn, j.m.a.; nica, i; legius, e; Geris, Liesbet
    Peer reviewed

  7. The combined mechanism of bone morphogenetic protein- and calcium phosphate-induced skeletal tissue formation by human periosteum derived cells.

    Bolander, J.; Ji, W.; Geris, Liesbet; Bloemen, V.; Chai, Y. C.; Schrooten, J.; Luyten, F. P.
    Peer reviewed

  8. Early BMP, Wnt and Ca(2+)/PKC pathway activation predicts the bone forming capacity of periosteal cells in combination with calcium phosphates.

    Bolander, Johanna; Chai, Yoke Chin; Geris, Liesbet; Schrooten, Jan; Lambrechts, Dennis; Roberts, Scott J.; Luyten, Frank P.
    Peer reviewed

  9. Computational modeling of bone fracture non-unions: four clinically relevant case studies.

    Carlier, Aurelie; Lammens, Johan; Van Oosterwyck, Hans; Geris, Liesbet
    Peer reviewed

  10. A comprehensive system of control characters for Ancient Egyptian hieroglyphic text in Unicode

    Nederhof, Mark-Jan; Rajan, Vinodh; Lang, Johannes; Polis, Stéphane; Rosmorduc, Serge; Richter, Tonio Sebastian; Hafemann, Ingelore; Schweitzer, Simon
    We propose a comprehensive system of control characters for encoding Ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs in Unicode.

  11. Accuracy and interpretability, tree-based machine learning approaches.

    Wehenkel, Marie; Geurts, Pierre; Phillips, Christophe
    Peer reviewed

  12. Combining microCT-based characterization with empirical modelling as a robust screening approach for the design of optimized CaP-containing scaffolds for progenitor cell-mediated bone formation.

    Kerckhofs, G.; Chai, Y. C.; Luyten, F. P.; Geris, Liesbet
    Peer reviewed

  13. In silico regenerative medicine: how computational tools allow regulatory and financial challenges to be addressed in a volatile market.

    Geris, Liesbet; Guyot, Y.; Schrooten, J.; Papantoniou, I.
    Peer reviewed

  14. From Statistical to Biological Interactions via Omics Integration

    Bessonov, Kyrylo
    The XXI century opened a new ‘Big Data’ era in which, thanks to rapid technological advancements and appearance of high throughput technologies, vast amounts of omics data (e.g., transcriptomic, genomic, etc.) are generated every day. This thesis mainly focuses on solving the problems related diverse omics data integration and interaction identification tasks. Particular attention is given to useful knowledge extraction in the context of complex diseases including pathological mechanisms with the development of software tools and pipelines. The diseases covered included glioblastoma multiforme, asthma, and ankylosing spondylitis. Interactions detection in genomic data requires standardization of the protocols. In Chapter 3, we...

  15. Structural insights into 5-HT1A/D4 selectivity of WAY-100635 analogues: molecular modeling, synthesis and in vitro binding

    Dilly, Sébastien; Liégeois, Jean-François
    Peer reviewed

  16. Two novel ways to impose free-slip boundary conditions in fluid-structure interaction problems using the Particle Finite Element Method

    Cerquaglia, Marco Lucio; Deliège, Geoffrey; Boman, Romain; Ponthot, Jean-Philippe
    As well known, the imposition of boundary conditions is, in many cases, the trickiest part in solving differential problems, both from a physical and numerical standpoint. This work focuses on the way boundary conditions are accounted for in the solution of fluid-structure interaction problems using the Particle Finite Element Method (PFEM). In particular, the PFEM traditionally employs no-slip conditions on the fluid-solid interfaces. Our aim is twofold. On the one hand, we demonstrate that, in the framework of the PFEM, the no-slip hypothesis is too strong in some cases, leading to erroneous physical results, and that a free-slip condition is to be...

  17. Calibration of MATSim in the context of natural hazards in Liège (Belgium): Preliminary results

    Saadi, Ismaïl; El Saeid Mustafa, Ahmed Mohamed; Teller, Jacques; Cools, Mario
    Peer reviewed

  18. Uncertainty quantification in profile Hidden Markov Models (pHMM)-based activity sequences characterization

    Saadi, Ismaïl; Liu, Feng; El Saeid Mustafa, Ahmed Mohamed; Teller, Jacques; Cools, Mario
    Peer reviewed

  19. Weather Down Time Analysis for Offshore Wind Farm Installations

    Muhabie, Yohannes Tekle; Petcu, Cristian; Rigo, Philippe; Caprace, Jean-David
    Peer reviewed

  20. An efficient and flexible software tool for genome-wide association interaction studies

    Van Lishout, François
    Humans are made up of approximately 3.2 billion base pairs, out of which about 62 million can vary from one individual to another. These particular base pairs are called single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs). It is well known that some particular combination of SNP values increase dramatically the risk of contracting certain type of disease, like Crohn's disease, Alzheimer, diabetes and cancer, just to name a few. However, there are still a lot of new discoveries to make and specialized software is required for this task. It has been shown that individual SNPs cannot account for much of the heritability on their...

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