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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2013Distance learning courses in engineering in the EU-27FERNANDEZ LOPEZ MIGUEL ANGEL; BARBONI MarcelloEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2013EHRO-N and the Human Resources of the Nuclear Energy Sector: Analysis of demand and supply in EuropeVON ESTORFF Ulrik; BARBONI Marcello; FERRARO GIANLUCA; SIMONOVSKA VeronikaContributions to Conferences
2008eSeal - Sigilli ElettroniciTALONE Paolo; RUSSO Giuseppe; CARETTONI Luca; ZANERO Stefano; AZZALIN GRAZIANO; BARBONI MARCELLO; RIZZO FRANCESCO; SIRONI MARCOArticles in books
2010European approach for a Perennial Storage of Severe Accident Research Experimental Data as Resulting from EU Projects like SARNET, PHÉBUS FP and ISTPZEYEN Roland; BARBONI MarcelloContributions to Conferences
2008How RFID Technology Can Assist the Visually Impaired: the Sesamonet SystemBARBONI MARCELLO; RIZZO FRANCESCO; AZZALIN GRAZIANO; SIRONI MARCOContributions to Conferences
2011Improved security for commercial container transports using an innovative active RFID systemAZZALIN Graziano; BARBONI Marcello; FAGGION Lorenzo; RIZZO Francesco; SIRONI MarcoArticles in Journals
2009An Innovative RFID Sealing Device to Enhance the Security of the Supply ChainAZZALIN Graziano; BARBONI Marcello; RIZZO Francesco; SIRONI Marco; TIMOSSI PaoloArticles in books
2013MULTIMEDIA TOOL FOR WWER TRAININGVON ESTORFF Ulrik; CORNIANI ENRICO; BARBONI Marcello; KARSEKA TatianaContributions to Conferences
2007Remote Monitoring System for Commercial Containers Security in Maritime TransportationBARBONI MarcelloPhD Theses
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