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  • English
    Authors: 
    Heilbron, Johan; Boncourt, Thibaud; Schögler, Rafael; Sapiro, Gisèle;
    Publisher: HAL CCSD
    Country: France
    Project: EC | INTERCO-SSH (319974)

    These are the preliminary findings on European Social Sciences and Humanities (SSH) in a Global Context produced by the European project, Interco-SSH, which examines the processes of institutionalization and internationalization of the social sciences and humanities.; The SSH form an increasingly global field of research and training. Research output has during the past three decades expanded considerably in almost every part of the world, transnational connections and collaborations have gained more weight, and English has become the lingua franca of international communication.This globalizing field of the SSH is strongly dominated by Western countries in terms ofresearch capacity and publication outlets, and even more so with regard to scholarly recognition and prestige (as measured by citations and prizes). At the global level the SSH display a duopolistic structure, with a North American-European core, various semi-peripheral and multiple peripheral regions and countries.One of the most important changes in this global system has been the rise of Europe, which in terms of research output (articles, books) and research organizations (networks, journals,professional associations) is on a level that is roughly comparable to that of North America. Ina relatively short period of time, mainly since the 1990s, a European infrastructure has emerged (funding programs, journals, professional associations) that has reshaped the research and publication process in the SSH in the region. The EC Framework programmes played a structuring role in fostering intra-European collaboration involving smaller countries and their institutions.

  • English
    Authors: 
    Gomès, Séverine;
    Publisher: HAL CCSD
    Country: France
    Project: EC | QUANTIHEAT (604668)

    Communication invitée au Workshop "low-dimensional thermoelectric nanomaterials", NANCY, FRANCE

  • French
    Authors: 
    Burgat, François;
    Publisher: HAL CCSD
    Country: France
    Project: EC | WAFAW (324136)

    Carnets de l'IREMAM; En avril 2015, quatre années après le début du « printemps arabe », le paysage régional incite ses analystes à une modestie… raisonnée. Aucune des grandes transformations à l’œuvre aujourd’hui n’était totalement absente du spectre des premières prévisions : ni la puissante dynamique contre révolutionnaire d’abord, ni les louvoiements stratégiques et éthiques des Occidentaux, dans le choix de leurs partenaires, égyptiens ou syriens notamment. Ces quatre années ont vu s’affirmer spectaculairement la capacité de l’Islam politique à franchir à nouveau avec succès, le seuil, tunisien cette fois, de la démocratie et, à l’opposé, se dresser la puissante lame de fond jihadiste.Certaines évolutions ont été nettement moins anticipées que d’autres. Partout dans la région, la poussée protestataire qui a débouché sur le renversement du Président Zine al Abidine Ben Ali a, dans tous les cas, fait entrer le Maghreb et le Moyen Orient dans une ère dont, malgré l’ampleur des revers et des coûts humains, il n’est pas possible aujourd’hui de sous-estimer ni la dimension positive ni l’irréversibilité.

  • French
    Authors: 
    Davesne, Frédéric; Otmane, Samir; Mallem, Malik;
    Publisher: HAL CCSD
    Country: France
    Project: EC | GENOMIC STABILITY (201214)

    Il s'agit du document de référence de la plate-forme EVR@ UEVE/Genopole, version 12/2018; Synopsis. La plateforme technologique EVR@ (Environnements Virtuels et de Réalité Augmentée), inaugurée en mai 2004 en présence des représentants de ses différents financeurs (UEVE, Conseil Général de l'Essonne, CNRS), est la plateforme de Réalité Virtuelle et Augmentée de l'Université d'Evry Val d'Essonne ; elle est également l'une des 18 plateformes technologiques et plateaux technique référencés par le Genopole ®1. EVR@ s'inscrit pleinement dans les missions essentielles de l'UEVE : recherche, pédagogie et valorisation auprès d'un large public (chercheurs, industriels, étudiants, lycéens et familles). Dans ce document, nous présentons tout d'abord les orientations de la politique associée à la plateforme EVR@ ainsi que les indicateurs choisis pour l'évaluer. Puis, nous donnerons un bilan des activités de EVR@, sur les plans scientifique, pédagogiques et en terme de valorisation et de diffusion de l'information. Dans un second temps, nous donnerons des éléments financiers associés à la gestion de la plateforme EVR@.

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2017
    English
    Authors: 
    Thenail, Claudine; Aviron, Stéphanie; Viaud, Valérie; Guehenneuc, Thierry; Menguy, Cyril;
    Publisher: HAL CCSD
    Country: France
    Project: EC | AGFORWARD (613520)
  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2017
    English
    Authors: 
    Doumic, Marie;
    Publisher: HAL CCSD
    Country: France
    Project: EC | SKIPPERAD (306321)

    Linked to the preprint hal-01510960; This video is linked to the preprint "Explicit solution and fine asymptotics for a critical growth-fragmentation equation"https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/view/index/docid/1510960It simulates the quantity $\sqrt{t} n(t,y)$ with $n$ solution of the equation$$\frac{\partial}{\partial t} n(t,y) + n(t,y)=n(t,y+\log 2),\qquad n(0,y)=n_0(y),$$with $n_0(y)$ a gaussian of mean $0$ and standard deviation $0.1$.

  • French
    Authors: 
    Odasso, Laura; Asquer, Enrica;
    Publisher: HAL CCSD
    Country: France
    Project: EC | AMORE (625364)

    International audience; Ce numéro de Rives Méditerranéenne interroge la construction d’une culture de l’intimité familiale qui a accompagné les changements du « faire famille » dans l’Italie contemporaine. Par des analyses interdisciplinaires d’un matériau empirique divers – dossiers juridiques, archives politiques et médiatiques, ethnographies des parcours familiaux, récits d’expériences et de vie féminins – et la mise en perspective de la littérature existante, il offre au lecteur des pistes pour démêler les entrelacs des pratiques intimes et des discours publics. Il présente les tensions qui se nouent autour de l’institution familiale et les enjeux de sa production politique et publique. Au cours du xxe siècle, l’intimité familiale se déplace au cœur de l’attention publique et soulève l’intérêt de l’État, de l’Église catholique, des mouvements sociaux, de la presse et d’experts variés préoccupés de la reproduction nationale. Or le contrôle de la sexualité et de la formation des unions, la redéfinition de la parentalité et l’encadrement de la filiation s’accompagnent de l’apparition d’acteurs qui étaient auparavant moins visibles – les enfants, les femmes et les étrangers.

  • English
    Authors: 
    Lazaar, Nadjib; Bessière, Christian; C. Tsouros, Dimosthenis; Lee, Teddy;
    Publisher: HAL CCSD
    Country: France
    Project: EC | ICON (284715)
  • English
    Authors: 
    Larédo, Philippe; Kleibrink, Alexander; Philipp, Stefan;
    Publisher: HAL CCSD
    Country: France
    Project: EC | RISIS (313082)

    EU JRC Working Papers JRC106260; Innovation policies seek to prepare an economy for the future by steering it on a transformation path to make it more competitive in increasingly global and interconnected markets. While most advanced economies have a tradition of strategymaking for territorially-based innovation and economic development, transition countries moving from centralised unaccountable planning to decentralised democratic policymaking have no working, market-based practices to build on. Governments in such contexts often resort to mimicking the economic priorities and instruments of advanced countries. We suggest a trajectory for transition countries to avoid the widespread pitfall of poorly defined innovation policies by upgrading and changing their industrial polices in line with the ideas embedded in the concept of innovation strategies for smart specialisation (RIS3): (1) Build a trusted 'competence centre' to provide a comprehensive analysis of your economic fabric and coordinate the process. (2) Begin with one strong economic domain in which engaged stakeholders work together with government bodies to define joint priorities and actions (domain experimentation). (3) Start with one region to experiment different approaches at subnational level (territorial experimentation). (4) Sequence your process in a way you can harvest the low-hanging fruits in the short-term (non-R&D measures), focus on the core of your activities with high potential in the medium term, and leave R&D-heavy breakthrough programmes for the longer term.

  • English
    Authors: 
    Arnaud, Karen; Oliveira Moreira, Vanessa; Vincent, Jean; Dallérac, Glenn; Le Poupon, Chantal; Richter, Max; Müller, Ulrike,; Rondi-Reig, Laure; Prochiantz, Alain; Di Nardo, Ariel,;
    Publisher: HAL CCSD
    Country: France
    Project: EC | HOMEOSIGN (339379)

    bioRxiv preprint; While Aβ peptides derived from amyloid precursor protein (APP) play a key role in Alzheimer disease pathogenesis, the extracellular sAPPα soluble ectodomain has been shown to stimulate adult neurogenesis and synaptic plasticity. Elevated expression of App in the choroid plexus has been recently reported, suggesting an important role for APP in cerebrospinal fluid. We conditionally knocked down App expression specifically in the adult mouse choroid plexus either by genetic deletion or shRNA expression, which led to reduced proliferation in both subventricular zone and hippocampus dentate gyrus neurogenic niches. Conversely, proliferation in both niches was increased either by viral expression of App in choroid plexus or by infusion of sAPPα but not sAPPβ in cerebrospinal fluid. To test the hypothesis that favoring the production of Aβ specifically in choroid plexus could negatively affect niche functions, we used AAV5 mediated expression of human mutated APP specifically in the choroid plexus of adult wild type mice. These mice showed reduced niche proliferation and, after one year, exhibited behavioral defects in reversal learning. Consistent with impaired memory, electrophysiological analysis revealed impaired synaptic plasticity as evidenced by deficits in hippocampal LTP. Our findings highlight the unique role played by the choroid plexus in regulating brain function, and suggest that targeting APP in choroid plexus may provide a means to improve hippocampus function and alleviate disease-related burdens.

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