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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2000Photonuclear Physics when a Multiterawatt Laser Pulse Interacts with Solid Targets.LEDINGHAM K.w.d.; SPENCER I.; MC CANNY T.; SINGHAL R.p.; SANTALA M.i.k.; CLARK E.; WATTS I.; BEG F.n.; ZEPF M.; KRUSHELNICK K., et alArticles in Journals
2006Potential Role of Lasers for Sustainable Fission Energy Production and Transmutation of Nuclear WasteBOWMAN C.d.; MAGILL JOSEPHArticles in books
2006Pulsed Neutron Sources with Table-Top Laser Accelerated ProtonsZAGAR Tomaz; GALY JEAN; MAGILL JOSEPHArticles in books
2008Range and Stopping Power Calculations in NucleonicaTUFAN M.; MAGILL Joseph; GALY JeanContributions to Conferences
2001Review of the European Project: Impact of Accelerator-Based Technologies on Nuclear Fission Safety (IABAT).GUDOWSKI W.; ARZHANOV V.; BROEDERS C.; CETNAR J.; CUMMINGS R.; ERICSSON M.; FOGELBERG B.; GAUDARD C.; KONING A.; LANDEYRO P., et alArticles in Journals
2005Status of High Intensity Laser Experiments for Nuclear Fission InvestigationsGALY JEAN; MAGILL JOSEPHContributions to Conferences
2003Transmutation Characteristics in Thermal and Fast Neutron Spectra. Application to Americium.BERTHOU V.; DEGUELDRE C.; MAGILL JosephContributions to Conferences
2005Transmutation Diagrams. A Tool for Assessing P&T StrategiesBERTHOU V.; MAGILL JosephContributions to Conferences
2008Web-based Dosimetry and Shielding Calculations in NucleonicaGALY Jean; MAGILL JosephContributions to Conferences
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