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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2010Fabrication of Minor Actinide Fuels using Advanced Liquid Processing RoutesSOMERS JosephContributions to Conferences
2005Fabrication Routes for Yttria-Stabilised Zirconia Suitable for the Production of Minor Actinide Transmutation TargetsSOMERS JOSEPH; FERNANDEZ CARRETERO ASUNCIONArticles in Journals
2009Fast reactor fuel programmes in Europe.SOMERS Joseph; BONNEROT Jean-Marc; ANZIEU Pascal; D'AGATA Elio; KLAASEN F.; HANIA RalphContributions to Conferences
2012Gas Fast Reactor SystemSTAINSBY Richard; HAAS Didier; SOMERS Joseph; MIKITYUK K.; POUCHON Manuel A.; GUEDENEY Philippe; GARNIER J.c.; TOURON E.; MIZUNO T.Contributions to Conferences
2007Granulation and Infiltration Process for Minor Actinide Fuels, Targets and Conditioning MatricesNAESTREN Catharina; FERNANDEZ CARRETERO ASUNCION; HAAS DIDIER; SOMERS JOSEPH; WALTER MarcusContributions to Conferences
2006HELIOS: Irradidation of U-Free Fuels and Targets for Americium TransmutationHAAS DIDIER; SOMERS JOSEPH; KLAASSEN F.; SCHRAM R.; WARIN D.; BONNEROT J.m.; GARZENNE C.; SCAFFIDI-ARGENTINA FRANCESCOContributions to Conferences
2013High resolution Magic Angle Spinning Solid State Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Facility for Actinides-bearing compoundsSOMERS Joseph; FARNAN I.; MARTEL LAURA; PAUVERT Olivier; SELFSLAG Chris; FANGHAENEL ThomasContributions to Conferences
2010High Resolution Measurements of the 241Am(n,2n) Reaction Cross SectionSAGE C.; SEMKOVA Valentina; BOULAND O.; DESSAGNE Philippe; FERNANDEZ CARRETERO Asuncion; GUNSING F.; NÄSTREN C.; NOGUERE G.; OTTMAR H.; PLOMPEN Arjan, et alArticles in Journals
2012Inert Matrix FuelPOEML PHILIPP; KONINGS Rudy; SOMERS Joseph; WISS Thierry; DE HAAS Johannes; KLAASSEN FrodoArticles in books
2006Inert Matrix Kernels for Actinide Incineration in High Temperature ReactorsSOMERS JOSEPH; FERNANDEZ CARRETERO ASUNCIONArticles in Journals
2005Inert Matrix Kernels for Actinide Incineration in High Temperature Reactors.SOMERS Joseph; FERNANDEZ A.Articles in Journals
2006Innovative Fuel Types for Minor Actinides TransmutationHAAS DIDIER; FERNANDEZ CARRETERO ASUNCION; SOMERS JOSEPHContributions to Conferences
2009Irradiation of Thorium - Plutonium Mixed Oxide Fuel to 40 GWd/tonne in the Obrigheim Pressurised Water Reactor (KWO)SOMERS Joseph; PAPAIOANNOU Dimitrios; SOMMER DieterContributions to Conferences
2010JRC Research on High Temperature Reactor FuelsHAAS Didier; FUETTERER Michael; LAURIE Mathias; MARMIER Alain; RONDINELLA Vincenzo; SOMERS JosephContributions to Conferences
2005Kernels for the Disposition of Plutonium in High Temperature ReactorsSOMERS JOSEPH; FERNANDEZ CARRETERO ASUNCIONContributions to Conferences
2005A Knudsen Cell-Mass Spectrometer Facility to Investigate Oxidation and Vaporisation Processes in Nuclear FuelHIERNAUT JEAN-POL; COLLE JEAN-YVES; PFLIEGER Rachel; JONNET Jerome; SOMERS JOSEPH; RONCHI ClaudioContributions to Conferences
2013Local and Electronic Structure of Americium-Bearing PuO2PRIEUR DAMIEN; CARVAJAL NUNEZ URSULA; VITOVA T.; SOMERS JosephArticles in Journals
2006Local Atomic Structure in (Zr,U)N Inert Matrix Fuel (Contribution to ANKA Annual Report)WALTER MARCUS; SOMERS JOSEPHArticles in books
2008Local Atomic Structure in (Zr1-xUx)NWALTER MARCUS; SOMERS JOSEPH; FERNANDEZ CARRETERO ASUNCION; ROTHE J.Articles in Journals
2007Local Atomic Structure of a Zirconia Based Americium Transmutation FuelWALTER MARCUS; NAESTREN Catharina; SOMERS JOSEPH; JARDIN REGIS; DENECKE M. A.; BRENDEBACH B.Articles in Journals
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