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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.

Physical, chemical, mathematical & earth Sciences => Physics

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  1. Percolation in networks of 1-dimensional objects: comparison between Monte Carlo simulations and experimental observations

    Langley, Daniel; Lagrange, Mélanie; Nguyen, Ngoc Duy; Bellet, Daniel
    Peer reviewed

  2. Control of Solvent Vapor Assisted Imprinting Lithography Process by Real Time Monitoring of Grating Diffraction Efficiency

    Horugavye, Georges; Sabushimike, Bernard; Habraken, Serge
    Peer reviewed

  3. Walks of bubbles on a hot wire in a liquid bath

    Duchesne, Alexis; Caps, Hervé
    Peer reviewed

  4. Imagerie Terahertz pour l’inspection des composites

    Georges, Marc; Zhao, Yuchen

  5. Electron paramagnetic resonance and fluorescence studies on potential anticancer properties of two Ru(II) complexes

    Collienne, Simon; Mouithys-Mickalad, Ange; Terrak, Mohammed; Hoebeke, Maryse
    The anti oxydant properties of Ru complexes were determined by EPR.

  6. Le noyau au service de la médecine

    Hoebeke, Maryse
    Le noyau au service de la médecine Le noyau de l'atome, qu'il soit radioactif ou non, est un outil majeur en médecine, tant dans les techniques d'imagerie, anatomiques ou fonctionnelles, que dans certains traitements thérapeutiques. Parmi les techniques basées sur la radioactivité, on peut notamment citer la curiethérapie, la scintigraphie et le PETscan. D'autres techniques s'appuient sur les propriétés de noyaux non radioactifs comme l'IRM (proton ou noyau d'hydrogène) ou l'hadronthérapie (proton ou carbone). Cette dernière technique de radiothérapie permet de traiter des cancers particulièrement résistants ou localisés dans des zones particulièrement sensibles telles que l'oeil ou les sinus. Elle permet...

  7. Skyrme density functional description of the double magic 78Ni nucleus

    Stancu, Floarea
    Peer reviewed

  8. An Analysis of the New LHC Data through the Dispersion Relations

    Selyugin, O. V.; Cudell, Jean-René
    Peer reviewed

  9. The structure and analytic properties of the scattering amplitude at LHC energies

    Selyugin, Oleg V.; Cudell, Jean-René

  10. Analytical results for the quantum non-Markovianity of spin ensembles undergoing pure dephasing dynamics

    Dubertrand, Rémy; Cesa, Alexandre; Martin, John
    Peer reviewed

  11. Stochastic analysis of capillary condensation in disordered mesopores

    Gommes, Cédric; Roberts, Anthony
    Peer reviewed

  12. Study of the antioxidant action of two analgesic compounds, morphine and propofol, on the activity of MPO and HRP

    Nyssen, Pauline; Mouithys-Mickalad, Ange; MINGUET, Grégory; Hoebeke, Maryse
    Although acute inflammation can efficiently be treated, the treatment of chronic inflammatory pathologies is still a challenge to rise. As marker of inflammation, the enzyme Myeloperoxidase (MPO) is a choice target for the establishment of a treatment. Indeed, the uncontrolled release in the extracellular medium of MPO, marker of inflammation, along with the release of ROS, causes severe damages on biological tissues. The modulation of the enzyme activity, by an inhibitor, might constitute an approach to treat excessive inflammation. An interesting pathway is to give a second life to clinical-used molecules, presenting antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. According to several studies,...

  13. Numerical parametric study of the evaporation rate of a liquid under a shear gas flow: experimental validation and the importance of confinement on the convection cells and the evaporation rate

    Machrafi, Hatim; Lyulin, Yuriy; Iorio, Carlo; Kabov, Oleg; Dauby, Pierre
    Peer reviewed

  14. Non-invasive analysis of mural paintings from a Republican house from 1st B.C. in Ostia

    Herens, Elodie

  15. Magneto-optical trapping of iron atoms: temperature measurement

    Petit, Céline; Bastin, Thierry

  16. Stability enhancement of silver nanowire networks with conformal ZnO coatings deposited by atmospheric pressure spatial atomic layer deposition

    Khan, Afzal; Nguyen, Viet Huong; Munoz-Rojas, David; Aghazadehchors, Sara; Jimenez, Carmen; Nguyen, Ngoc Duy; Bellet, Daniel
    Peer reviewed

  17. The Role of Super-Atom Molecular Orbitals in Doped Fullerenes in a Femtosecond Intense Laser Field

    Berrah, N.; Xiong, H.; Mignolet, Benoît; Fang, L.; Osipov, T.; Wolf, T. J. A.; Sistrunk, E.; Gühr, M.; Remacle, Françoise; Hodgman, S.; Bray, A.; Kheifets, A.; Machacek, J.
    Peer reviewed

  18. A global method for handling fluorescence spectra at high concentration derived from the competition between emission and absorption of colloidal CdTe quantum dots

    Noblet, Thomas; Dreesen, Laurent; Hottechamps, Julie; Humbert, Christophe
    Peer reviewed

  19. Effect of excitation wavelength and light exposure time on quantum dots luminescent properties

    Hottechamps, Julie; Noblet, Thomas; Humbert, Christophe; Dreesen, Laurent
    Optical biosensors constitute a major part of biosensors currently under development. Indeed, they generally show high specificity and sensitivity with a reduced size while remaining economical. Within this context, we combine the detection of the Förster resonance energy transfer (FRET) phenomenon, which is known for improving the sensitivity of sensors, and CdTe quantum dots (QDs), which are water-soluble and have specific optical properties to develop a sensing device. Although there are numerous examples of biosensors based on QDs and FRET, they are usually used without particular care concerning the wavelength and the power of the light source. In this work,...

  20. Quantitative magneto-optical imaging of S/F hybrid structures

    Brisbois, Jérémy
    Magneto-optical imaging, based on the Faraday rotation of polarized light, has proven to be a successful and widely used technique for mapping the magnetic field generated by either permanent magnets or superconductors. Nonetheless, its performance may be reduced when dealing with hybrid systems combining both types of materials. The primary reason behind this limitation is the difficulty to discern the contribution of each sub-system to the total magnetic field. In particular, when using hard ferromagnets and conventional superconductors, the former can lead to an overwhelming signal making it rather challenging to unveil the weak signal from the superconductor. We present...

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