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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2011Natural Radioactivity in Winter Wheat from Organic and Conventional Agricultural SystemsLINDAHL Patric; MAQUET Alain; HULT Mikael; GASPARRO Joël; MARISSENS Gerd; GONZALEZ DE ORDUNA RaquelArticles in Journals
2011New Information on the Characteristics of 1 in. x 1 in. Cerium Bromide Scintillation DetectorsBILLNERT ROBERT; OBERSTEDT Stephan; ANDREOTTI ERICA; HULT Mikael; MARISSENS Gerd; OBERSTEDT AndreasArticles in Journals
2013A new versatile underground gamma-ray spectrometry systemLUTTER GUILLAUME; HULT Mikael; MARISSENS Gerd; ANDREOTTI ERICA; ROSENGARD CHRISTIAN ULF; MISIASZEK M.; YÜKSEL A.; SAHIN NamikContributions to Conferences
2012Novel scintillation detectors for prompt fission gamma-ray measurementsBILLNERT ROBERT; ANDREOTTI ERICA; HAMBSCH Franz-Josef; HULT Mikael; KARLSSON J.; MARISSENS Gerd; OBERSTEDT A.; OBERSTEDT StephanContributions to Conferences
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; JOHNSTON PeterContributions to Conferences
2008Operation of a GERDA Phase I Prototype Detector in Liquid Argon and NitrogenBARNABE HEIDER M; BAKALYAROV A.; BEZRUKOV L.; CATTADORI C; CHKVORETS O; GUSEV K.; HULT MIKAEL; KIRPICHNIKOV I; LEBEDEV V; MARISSENS GERD, et alContributions to Conferences
2010Pulse Shape Analysis for Background Reduction in BEGe DetectorsGONZALEZ DE ORDUNA Raquel; HULT Mikael; ANDREOTTI ERICA; MARISSENS Gerd; BUDJAS D.; MISIASZEK M.EUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2013Radiopurity of a CeBr3 crystal used as scintillation detectorLUTTER GUILLAUME; HULT Mikael; BILLNERT ROBERT; OBERSTEDT Andreas; OBERSTEDT Stephan; ANDREOTTI ERICA; MARISSENS Gerd; ROSENGARD Ulf; TZIKA FAIDRAArticles in Journals
2009The Sandwich Spectrometer for Ultra Low-level Gamma-ray SpectrometryWIESLANDER Johanna; HULT Mikael; GASPARRO Joel; MARISSENS Gerd; MISIASZEK M.; PREUSSE WernerContributions to Conferences
2012Search for alpha decay of 151Eu to the first excited level of 147Pm using underground gamma-ray spectrometryDANEVICH F.a.; ANDREOTTI ERICA; HULT Mikael; MARISSENS Gerd; TRETYAK V.i.; YÜKSEL AYHANArticles in Journals
2009Search for the Radioactivity of 180mTa Using an Underground HPGe Sandwich SpectrometerHULT Mikael; WIESLANDER Johanna; MARISSENS Gerd; GASPARRO Joel; WAETJEN Uwe; MISIASZEK M.Contributions to Conferences
2009The Smallest Known Q Value of Any Nuclear Decay: the Rare beta-minus Decay of 115In(9/2+) ->115Sn(3/2+)WIESLANDER E.; SUHONEN J.; ERONEN T.; HULT Mikael; ELOMAA V.-V.; JOKINEN A.; MARISSENS Gerd; MISIASZEK M.; MUSTONEN M.t.; RAHAMAN S., et alArticles in Journals
2006Status of the Germanium Detector Array (GERDA) for the Search of Neutrinoless Double-Beta Decays of 76Ge at LNGSSCHOENERT S.; ALTMANN M.; BAKALYAROV A.; BALATA M.; BARABANOV I.; BAUER C.; BELLOTTI E.; BELOGUROV S.; BELYAEV S.t.; BERNABE-HEIDER M., et alArticles in Journals
2011Status of Underground Radioactivity Measurements in HADESANDREOTTI ERICA; HULT Mikael; GONZALEZ DE ORDUNA Raquel; MARISSENS Gerd; MIHAILESCU MIHAELA; WAETJEN Uwe; VAN MARCKE P.Contributions to Conferences
2012Study of the double beta decays of 96Ru and 104RuANDREOTTI ERICA; HULT Mikael; MARISSENS Gerd; GONZALEZ DE ORDUNA Raquel; VERMAERCKE P.Contributions to Conferences
2011Tritium Production in Neutron Induced ReactionsKRASA ANTONIN; ANDREOTTI ERICA; ANGELONE A.; HULT Mikael; MARISSENS Gerd; PILLON M.; PLOMPEN ArjanContributions to Conferences
2006Underground Search for the Decay of 180TamHULT MIKAEL; GASPARRO JOEL; MARISSENS GERD; LINDAHL PATRIC; WAETJEN UWE; JOHNSTON Peter N.; WAGEMANS Cyriel; KOEHLER MatthiasArticles in Journals
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