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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2013Analysis of a single hot particle by a combination of non-destructive analytical methodsHRNECEK Erich; ALDAVE DE LAS HERAS Laura; CARLOS MARQUEZ Ramon; BIELEWSKI Marek; BETTI M.Contributions to Conferences
2009Fast Method of XANES Data Collection Suitable for Oxidation State MappingBIELEWSKI Marek; ERIKSSON Matts; HIMBERT Jerome; BETTI Maria; BELLONI Fabio; FALKENBERG G.Contributions to Conferences
2009Frequency Distribution, Isotopic Composition and Physical Characterization of Plutonium-Bearing Particles from the Fig-Quince Zone on Runit Island, Enewetak AtollHAMILTON T. F.; JERNSTROEM J.; MARTINELLI R.e.; KEHL S.r.; ERIKSSON M.; WILLIAMS R.; BIELEWSKI Marek; RIVERS A; BROWN T.a.; TUMEY S.j., et alContributions to Conferences
2010Internal and External Dosimetry organization in the Joint Research Centre of IspraMINCHILLO Gianfranco; BIELEWSKI Marek; VANETTI SILVIA; GIUFFRIDA Daniele; OSIMANI CelsoContributions to Conferences
2008Nondestructive Spectrometric Study on a Radioactive Particle Embedded in a Marine SedimentBIELEWSKI Marek; HIMBERT Jerome; FALKENBERG G.; ERIKSSON M.; BETTI Maria; NIAGOLOVA N.Articles in Journals
2012Scientific Assessment in support of the Materials Roadmap enabling Low Carbon Energy Technologies: Hydrogen and Fuel CellsCERRI Isotta; LEFEBVRE-JOUD Florence; HOLTAPPELS Peter; HONEGGER Kaspar; STUBOS Thanos; MILLET Pierre; PFRANG Andreas; BIELEWSKI Marek; TZIMAS EvangelosEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2010Six years of Radiation Protection of Operators in the General Electric FDG-radiopharmaceutical facility at the Joint Research Centre of IspraPERSICO ELISA; BIELEWSKI Marek; ACCORSI ROBERTO; ABBAS Kamel; PECORALE Andrea; GIUFFRIDA Daniele; OSIMANI CelsoContributions to Conferences
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