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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. Mechanical Properties of Polymer Cement-Fiber-Reinforced Concrete (PC-FRC): Comparison Based on Experimental Studies

    Piotrowski, Tomasz; Prochon, Piotr; Capuana, Alice
    Peer reviewed

  2. HETEROGENIZATION OF A CYCLOCARBONATION CATALYST

    Léonard, Géraldine; Belet, Artium
    Peer reviewed

  3. Fate of TiO2 Nanoparticles in Carbonate and Silicate Aquifers

    Ronchi, Benedicta; Joris, Audrey; Mahy, Julien; Heinrichs, Benoît; Veschkens, Mathieu; Frippiat, Christophe
    Peer reviewed

  4. Influence des paramètres de synthèse sur la structure des nanofils de ZnO pour la fabrication de nanogénérateurs piézoélectriques

    Justeau, C.; Alié, Christelle; Nadaud, K.; Exantus, Chellda; Morini, F.; Poulin-Vittrant, G.; Heinrichs, Benoît; Alquier, D.
    Peer reviewed

  5. Up-scaling of hydrophilic water-based coatings for easy-to-clean and anti-staining applications

    Daniel, Alain; Wicky, David; Le Craz, Sébastien; Archambeau, Catherine; Mahy, Julien; Léonard, Géraldine; Liquet, Dimitri; Heinrichs, Benoît
    Peer reviewed

  6. Electrochemical performances of Li4Mn5O12 prepared by spraycoating assisted Sol-Gel reaction

    Alié, Christelle; Pàez Martinez, Carlos; Calberg, Cédric; Eskenazi, David; Pirard, Jean-Paul; Heinrichs, Benoît
    Peer reviewed

  7. Study of the photocatalytic activity of Fe3+, Cr3+, La3+ and Eu3+ single-doped and co-doped TiO2 catalysts produced by aqueous Sol-Gel processing

    Pirard, Sophie; Malengreaux, Charline; Léonard, Géraldine; Mahy, Julien; Hermann, Raphaël; Heinrichs, Benoît; Bartlett, John
    Peer reviewed

  8. Role of defects on the enhancement of the photocatalytic response of ZnO nanostructures

    Montero-Munoz, M.; Ramos-Ibarra, J. E.; Rodríguez-Páez, Jorge E.; Teodoro, Marcio D.; Marques, Gilmar E.; Sanabria, Alfonso R.; Cajas, Paola C.; Pàez Martinez, Carlos; Heinrichs, Benoît; Coaquira, Jose A. H.
    Peer reviewed

  9. A micro-mechanics-based inverse study for stochastic order reduction of elastic UD-fiber reinforced composites analyzes

    Wu, Ling; Adam, Laurent; Noels, Ludovic
    Peer reviewed

  10. Polymerized ionic liquids in advanced battery technologies

    Aqil, Abdelhafid; Ouhib, Farid; Alkarmo, Walid; Aqil, Mohamed; Detrembleur, Christophe; Jérôme, Christine
    Polymerized ionic liquids (PILs) has attracted rapidly increasing interest over the past few years. PILs was developed first to overcome the limitation of ILs and to reach performance that could not be afforded by a monomer units. Rapid advances in the chemistry and physics of PILs have provide a novel class of polymer materials, in which new solutions for many systems have been recently discovered.1 CERM was interested to the application of these innovative polymers in battery technologies. Due to their unique ionic conducting properties, PILs with different architecture have been investigated first as potential conducting electrolytes for lithium ion...

  11. Reversible reactions to the service of reprocessable shape memory polymers

    Jérôme, Christine

  12. Functionalized polymeric implants for controlling the migration of glioblastoma cells and their subsequent trapping

    Haji-Mansor, Muhammad; Najberg, Mathie; Thomassin, Jean-Michel; Alvarez-Lorenzo, Carmen; Garcion, Emmanuel; Jérôme, Christine; Boury, Frank

  13. Photo-crosslinkable hydrogel for guided periodontal tissue regeneration

    Chichiricco, Pauline Marie; Riva, Raphaël; Thomassin, Jean-Michel; Struillou, Xavier; Le Visage, Catherine; Weiss, Pierre; Jérôme, Christine
    Periodontitis is an inflammatory disease which destroys the tooth-supporting attachment apparatus. Guided Tissue Regeneration (GTR) is a technique based on a barrier membrane designed to prevent the wound space colonization by gingival cells. Indeed, these cells, characterized by a faster migration and proliferation rate compared to bone and periodontal ligament cells, could interfere with the regeneration process. In this work, we developed a liquid formulation composed of a mixture of silanized hydroxypropylmethyl cellulose (Si-HPMC) and methacrylated carboxymethyl chitosan (MA-CMCS) able to be photochemically crosslinked in situ leading to hydrogel membrane made of an interpenetrated polymer network (IPN) with a synergistic...

  14. Controlled synthesis of novel poly(vinylamine)- and poly(vinyl alcohol)-based copolymers

    Stiernet, Pierre; Jérôme, Christine; Debuigne, Antoine

  15. Controlled radical (co)polymerisation of allylic- and vinylic monomers originating from renewable resources

    Scholten, Philip; Demarteau, Jérémy; Gennen, Sandro; De Winter, Julien; Grignard, Bruno; Debuigne, Antoine; Meier, Michael A. R.; Detrembleur, Christophe
    In light of recent efforts of applying principles of green and sustainable chemistry within macromolecular engineering, a large number of novel bio-sourced monomers are available. Especially cyclic carbonates (CCs), because of their effective ring-opening polymerisation to yield polymers such as non-isocyanate poly(urethane)s, has seen rapid progress during the past decade. Yet, very few examples exist of controlled radical polymerisations (CRP) of CCs bearing a double bond, part of the reason being that (i) up to now only some sustainable synthetic routes to such molecules are known and (ii) some interesting monomers contain an allylic-double bond that is challenging to control...

  16. Controlled radical (co)polymerisation of vinylic monomers originating from renewable resources

    Scholten, Philip; Demarteau, Jérémy; Gennen, Sandro; De Winter, Julien; Grignard, Bruno; Debuigne, Antoine; Meier, Michael A. R.; Detrembleur, Christophe
    In light of recent efforts of applying principles of green and sustainable chemistry within macromolecular engineering, a large number of novel bio-sourced monomers are available. Especially cyclic carbonates (CCs), because of their effective ring-opening polymerisation to yield polymers such as non-isocyanate poly(urethane)s, has seen rapid progress during the past decade. Yet, very few examples exist of controlled radical polymerisations (CRP) of CCs bearing a double bond, part of the reason being that (i) up to now only some sustainable synthetic routes to such molecules are known and (ii) some interesting monomers contain an allylic-double bond that is challenging to control...

  17. Fluid flow through porous and nanoporous media within the prisme of Extended Thermodynamics: emphasis on the notion of permeability

    Machrafi, Hatim; Lebon, Georgy
    Peer reviewed

  18. Comparative study of PCL shape-memory networks with Diels-Alder or Alder-ene adducts

    Caprasse, Jérémie; Defize, Thomas; Riva, Raphaël; Jérôme, Christine
    Shape-memory polymers (SMPs) are remarkable stimuli-responsive materials able to switch from one stable macroscopic shape to another one, which can find application as smart medical devices. For this purpose, poly(ε-caprolactone) (PCL) networks are widely studied because PCL is biocompatible, degradable and has good mechanical properties. The integration of reversible bonds in these networks allows (re)processing and recycling of the SMP material. In this work, different reversible reactions, i.e. Diel-Alder (DA) addition of TAD-anthracene or maleimide-Anthracene and Alder-ene (AE) addition of TAD-indole, were used for the synthesis of reprocessable SMPs. Bis-TAD and star-shaped PCL end-capped by maleimide, anthracene or indole were...

  19. Comparison of different reversible reactions for the elaboration of recyclable PCL-based shape-memory materials

    Caprasse, Jérémie; Defize, Thomas; Riva, Raphaël; Jérôme, Christine
    Shape-memory polymers (SMPs) are remarkable stimuli-responsive materials able to switch from one stable macroscopic shape to another one, which can find application as smart medical device or in packaging. For this purpose, poly(ε-caprolactone) (PCL) networks are widely studied because PCL is biocompatible, degradable and has good mechanical properties. The integration of reversible bonds in these networks allows (re)processing and recycling of the SMP material. In this work, different reversible reactions, i.e. Diel-Alder (DA) addition of TAD-anthracene or maleimide-Anthracene and Alder-ene (AE) addition of TAD-indole, were used for the synthesis of reprocessable SMPs. Bis-TAD and star-shaped PCL end-capped by maleimide, anthracene...

  20. Controlled synthesis and properties of innovative poly(vinylamine) and poly(vinylalcohol)-based copolymers

    Stiernet, Pierre; Demarteau, Jérémy; Jérôme, Christine; Debuigne, Antoine

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