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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2011Investigation of the 236U/238U Isotope Abundance Ratio in Uranium Ores and Yellow Cake SamplesSRNCIK M.; MAYER Klaus; HRNECEK Erich; WALLENIUS Maria; VARGA Zsolt; STEIER P.; WALLNER G.Articles in Journals
2013Measurement of sulphur isotope ratio (34S/32S) in uranium ore concentrates (yellow cakes) for origin assessmentHAN Sun-Ho; VARGA Zsolt; KRAJKO JUDIT; WALLENIUS Maria; SONG Kyuseok; MAYER KlausArticles in Journals
2006Nuclear Forensic Investigations - Two cases studiesWALLENIUS MARIA; MAYER KLAUS; RAY IanArticles in Journals
2005Nuclear Forensic Investigations. Two Case Studies.WALLENIUS Maria; MAYER Klaus; RAY Ian leslieArticles in Journals
2008Nuclear Forensic Methods in SafeguardsMAYER Klaus; WALLENIUS MariaArticles in Journals
2007Nuclear Forensic Science - From Cradle to MaturityMAYER KLAUS; WALLENIUS MARIA; FANGHAENEL THOMASContributions to Conferences
2013Nuclear Forensic Science – Correlating Measurable Material Parameters to the History of Nuclear MaterialMAYER Klaus; WALLENIUS Maria; VARGA ZsoltArticles in Journals
2005Nuclear Forensics - A Methodology Providing Clues on the Origin of Illicitly Trafficked Nuclear MaterialsMAYER KLAUS; WALLENIUS MARIA; RAY IanArticles in Journals
2007Nuclear Forensics in Radiochemistry and Nuclear ChemistryMAYER KLAUS; WALLENIUS MARIAArticles in books
2007Nuclear Forensics Investigations with a Focus on PlutoniumWALLENIUS MARIA; LUETZENKIRCHEN KLAUS; MAYER KLAUS; RAY Ian; ALDAVE DE LAS HERAS LAURA; BETTI MARIA; CROMBOOM OMER; HILD MARC; LYNCH BRIAN; NICHOLL ADRIAN, et alContributions to Conferences
2006Nuclear Forensics Investigations with a Focus on Plutonium (invited talk)WALLENIUS MARIAContributions to Conferences
2005Nuclear Forensics. A Methodology Providing Clues on the Origin of Illicitly Trafficked Nuclear Materials.MAYER Klaus; WALLENIUS Maria; RAY, I.Articles in Journals
2011Nuclear Forensics: A methodology applicable to Nuclear Security and to Non-ProliferationMAYER Klaus; WALLENIUS Maria; LUETZENKIRCHEN Klaus; GALY Jean; VARGA Zsolt; ERDMANN Nicole; BUDA RAZVAN; KRATZ J.v.; TRAUTMANN N.; FIFIELD F.Contributions to Conferences
2013On the Use and Limitations of Age Dating in Nuclear Safeguards and Forensics: State-of-the- Practice and the Way ForwardVARGA ZSOLT; KRAJKO JUDIT; WALLENIUS Maria; MAYER KlausContributions to Conferences
2010Origin assessment of uranium ore concentrates based on their rare-earth elemental impurity patternVARGA Zsolt; WALLENIUS Maria; MAYER KlausArticles in Journals
2000Origin Determination of Plutonium Material in Nuclear Forensics.WALLENIUS Maria; PEERANI Paolo; KOCH LotharArticles in Journals
2008Precise Isotope Ratio Measurements by MC-ICP-MS and Application of the Isotope Dilution Technique for the Determination of Germanium in the Gallium Neutrino ObservatoryWALLENIUS Maria; MAYER Klaus; MILLET Sylvain; NICHOLL Adrian; HENRICH E.; BALATA M.; NISI S.; LUETZENKIRCHEN KlausArticles in Journals
2007Recent Advances in Nuclear Forensic ScienceMAYER KLAUS; WALLENIUS MARIA; RAY I.; THIELE HARTMUTContributions to Conferences
2007Recent Experience in Nuclear Forensic ScienceMAYER KLAUS; WALLENIUS MARIA; RAY I.; THIELE HARTMUTContributions 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
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