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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2008A Practical Procedure for Assigning a Reference Value and Uncertainty in the Frame of an Interlaboratory ComparisonPOMME STEFAAN; SPASOVA YANAArticles in Journals
2011Preparation of Drop-Deposited Quantitative Uranium Sources with Low Self-AbsorptionVAN AMMEL Raf; EYKENS SILKE; EYKENS Roger; POMME StefaanContributions to Conferences
2011Preparation of high-resolution 238U - alpha sources by electrodeposition from various electrolyte solutionsJOBBAGY VIKTOR; CRESPO M. T.; VAN AMMEL Raf; MAROULI MARIA; MOENS Andre; POMME Stefaan; GARCÍA-TORAÑO E.Contributions to Conferences
2013Preparation of high-resolution 238U alpha-sources by electrodeposition: a comprehensive studyJOBBAGY Viktor; CRESPO M. T.; VAN AMMEL Raf; MAROULI Maria; MOENS Andre; POMME Stefaan; GARCIA-TORANO EduardoArticles in Journals
2007Problems with the uncertainty Budget of Half-life MeasurementsPOMME STEFAANArticles in books
2008Protocol for Uncertainty Assessment of Half-LivesPOMME STEFAAN; CAMPS Johan; VAN AMMEL RAF; PAEPEN JANContributions to Conferences
2007Prototype of a Radiation Source for Calibration of Installed Radiation MonitorsPAEPEN JAN; SVEC Anton; CAMPS JOHAN; VAN AMMEL RAF; POMME STEFAAN; WAETJEN UWEContributions to Conferences
2012Results of an international comparison for the activity measurement of 177LuZIMMERMAN B.e.; ALTZITZOGLOU Timotheos; ANTOHE A.; ARINC A.; BAKHSHANDEIAR E.; BERGERON D. E.; BIGNELL L.; BOBIN C.; CAPOGNI M.; CESSNA J. T., et alContributions to Conferences
2007A Series Expansion of Conway's Generalised Solid-Angle FormulasPOMME STEFAAN; PAEPEN JANContributions to Conferences
2006Seven Techniques for Activity Standardisation of 125IPOMME STEFAAN; ALTZITZOGLOU TIMOTHEOS; VAN AMMEL RAF; SIBBENS GOEDELEContributions to Conferences
2006Seven Techniques for Activity Standardisation of 125IPOMME STEFAAN; ALTZITZOGLOU TIMOTHEOS; VAN AMMEL RAF; SIBBENS GOEDELEContributions to Conferences
2007The Solid Angle Subtended by a Circular Detector for a Linear SourcePOMME STEFAANArticles in Journals
2009Some Modifications to Sima's Model for Total Efficiency Calculation of Well-Type DetectorsPOMME Stefaan; CAMPS J.; SIBBENS Goedele; VIDMAR T.; SPASOVA YanaContributions to Conferences
2005Standardization of 125I Using Seven Techniques for Radioactivity MeasurementPOMME STEFAAN; ALTZITZOGLOU TIMOTHEOS; VAN AMMEL RAF; SIBBENS GOEDELEArticles in Journals
2012STEFFY - software to calculate nuclide-specific total counting efficiency in well-type gamma-ray detectorsPOMME StefaanContributions to Conferences
2008U-234/U-235 Activity Ratios as a Probe for the U-238/U-235 Half-Life RatioPOMME STEFAAN; GARCIA-TORANO E.; SIBBENS GOEDELE; RICHTER STEPHAN; WELLUM Roger; STOLARZ ANNA; ALONSO-MUNOZ AdolfoContributions to Conferences
2007Uncertainty Budget for 226Ra Activity Concentration in Water by Alpha SpectrometrySPASOVA YANA; POMME STEFAAN; BENEDIK LJUDMILA; WAETJEN UWEContributions to Conferences
2014Uncertainty propagation in nuclear forensicsPOMME Stefaan; JEROME S. M.; VENCHIARUTTI CELIAArticles in Journals
2012The use of solid angle for alpha detector efficiency in 226Ra analyses of soil samplesDIRICAN ABDULLAH; ERDEN Pinar Esra; SEFERINOGLU Meryem; POMME StefaanContributions to Conferences
2007Visualisation of Interlaboratory Comparison Results in PomPlotsSPASOVA YANA; POMME STEFAAN; WAETJEN UWEArticles in Journals
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