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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2011Technical convergence of nuclear safeguards, nuclear forensics and nuclear securityAREGBE Yetunde; MAYER KlausContributions to Conferences
2012Technical Synergies between Nuclear Safety and SecurityABOUSAHL Said; RANGUELOVA Vesselina; JANSSENS Willem; DE CORT Marc; WAETJEN Uwe; COJAZZI Giacomo; MARIN FERRER Montserrat; SEQUEIRA Vitor; WALLENIUS Maria; MAYER Klaus, et alContributions to Conferences
1996Traceability of Reference Materials and Reference Measurements. Burden or Blessing?DE BIEVRE P.; MAYER Klaus; TAYLOR P.d.p.Contributions to Conferences
2006Tracing the Origin of Diverted or Stolen Nuclear Material through Nuclear Forensic InvestigationsMAYER KLAUS; WALLENIUS MARIA; RAY IanArticles in books
2009Unveiling the History of Seized Plutonium Through Nuclear Forensic InvestigationMAYER Klaus; WALLENIUS Maria; HEDBERG Magnus; LUETZENKIRCHEN KlausContributions to Conferences
2014The use of different dispersive Raman spectrometers for the analysis of uranium compoundsHO MER LIN DORIS; MANARA Dario; LINDQVIST-REIS Patric; FANGHAENEL Thomas; MAYER KlausArticles in Journals
1996Verification of the Longterm Stability of Uranium Reference Solutions of Low ConcentrationAGARANDE Michelle; MAYER Klaus; DE BIEVRE P.Contributions to Conferences
2007Workshop on the Status of Combating Illicit Trafficking of Nuclear and Radioactive Materials, 23-25 April 2007, Karlsruhe (Germany) 2007MAYER KLAUSBooks
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