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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2006The Effect of Uncertainties in Nuclear Decay Data on Coincidence Summing Calculations for Gamma-Ray SpectrometryGASPARRO JOEL; HULT MIKAELContributions to Conferences
2006The Effect of Uncertainties in Nuclear Decay Data on Coincidence Summing Calculations for Gamma-Ray SpectrometryGASPARRO JOEL; HULT MIKAEL; JOHNSTON Peter N.; TAGZIRIA HAMIDArticles in Journals
2009Gamma-Ray Spectrometry of Ultra Low Levels of Radioactivity within the Material Screening Program for the GERDA ExperimentBUDJAS D.; GANGAPSHEV A.; GASPARRO Joel; HAMPEL W.; HEISEL M.; HEUSSER G.; HULT Mikael; KLIMENKO A.; KUZMINOV V.; LAUBENSTEIN M., et alContributions to Conferences
2007The GERDA Neutrinoless Double Beta-Decay ExperimentMAJOROVITS Bela; HULT MIKAEL; MARISSENS GERD; GASPARRO JOEL; ALTMANN M., et alContributions to Conferences
2006GERDA: a Germanium Detector Array to Search for Neutrinoless Double Beta DecayBELLOTTI E.; HULT MIKAEL; GASPARRO JOELContributions to Conferences
2006Germanium Detector Array, GERDALIU X.; ALTAMANN M.; BAKALYAROV A.; BALATA M.; BARABANOV I., et alContributions to Conferences
2008In-vessel Activation Monitors in JET: Progress in ModelingBONHEURE Georges; LENGAR I.; SYME B.; WIESLANDER Johanna; HULT Mikael, et alArticles in Journals
2008An Intercomparison of Monte Carlo Codes Used in Gamma-Ray SpectrometryVIDMAR Tim; AUBINEAU-LANIECE I.; ANAGNOSTAKIS M.j.; ARNOLD D.; BRETTNER-MESSLER R., et alContributions to Conferences
2006A Low-level Activation Technique for Monitoring Thermonuclear Fusion Plasma ConditionsGASPARRO JOEL; HULT MIKAEL; BONHEURE Georges; JOHNSTON Peter N.Contributions to Conferences
2008Low-Level Gamma-Ray Spectrometry for Analysing Fusion Plasma ConditionsWIESLANDER JOHANNA; HULT MIKAEL; BONHEURE Georges; ARNOLD D.; DOMBROWSKI Harald, et alArticles in Journals
2007Measurement of Neutron Excitation Functions Using Wide Energy Neutron BeamsLOEVESTAM GOERAN; HULT MIKAEL; FESSLER ANDREAS; GAMBONI THIERRY; GASPARRO JOEL, et alArticles in Journals
2004Measurements of 60Co in Spoons Activated by Neutrons during the JCO Criticality Accident at Tokai-mura in 1999.GASPARRO Joel; HULT Mikael; KOMURA Kazuhisa; ARNOLD D.; HOLMES Leigh, et alArticles in Journals
2004Measurements of 60Co in Spoons Activated by Neutrons during the JCO Critically Accident at Tokai-mura in 1999.GASPARRO Joel; HULT Mikael; KOMURA Kazuhisa; ARNOLD D.; HOLMES Leigh, et alArticles in Journals
2007Measurements of MeV Particles from JET Fusion Plasmas based on the Activation TechniqueBONHEURE Georges; HULT MIKAEL; GASPARRO JOEL; POPOVICHEV S.Articles in Journals
2008Mega-Electron-Volt Ion Loss Measurements in JET D-3He Plasmas Using Activation TechniqueBONHEURE Georges; WIESLANDER JOHANNA; HULT MIKAEL; GASPARRO JOEL; MARISSENS GERD, et alContributions to Conferences
2008Monte Carlo Modelling of Germanium Crystals that are Tilted and Have Rounded Front EdgesGASPARRO JOEL; HULT MIKAEL; JOHNSTON Peter; TAGZIRIA HAMIDArticles in Journals
2004Neutron Field Measurements for Alara Purposes around a Van de Graaff Accelerator Building.KOCKEROLS Pierre; LEBACQ A.l.; GASPARRO Joel; HULT Mikael; JANSSENS H., et alArticles in Journals
2009Neutron Fluence Spectrometry Using Disk ActivationLOEVESTAM GOERAN; HULT MIKAEL; FESSLER ANDREAS; GASPARRO JOEL; KOCKEROLS PIERRE, et alArticles in Journals
2008On the Use of Mercury as a Means of Locating Background Sources in Ultra Low Background HPGe-Detector SystemsHULT MIKAEL; GASPARRO JOEL; LINDAHL PATRIC; MARISSENS GERD; FESSLER ANDREAS, et alContributions to Conferences
2009The Sandwich Spectrometer for Ultra Low-level Gamma-ray SpectrometryWIESLANDER Johanna; HULT Mikael; GASPARRO Joel; MARISSENS Gerd; MISIASZEK M., et alContributions to Conferences
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