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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2013Artificial diamonds as radiation-hard detectors for ultra-fast fission-fragment timingOBERSTEDT Stephan; BORCEA Ruxandra; BRYS TOMASZ; GAMBONI Thierry; GEERTS Wouter; HAMBSCH Franz-Josef; OBERSTEDT Andreas; VIDALI MarzioArticles in Journals
2010The Fission Fragment Time-of-Flight Spectrometer VERDIOBERSTEDT Stephan; BORCEA Ruxandra; HAMBSCH Franz-Josef; ZEYNALOV Sh.; OBERSTEDT A.; GOEOEK A.; BELGYA T.; KIS Z.; SZENTMIKLOSI L.; TAKACS K., et alContributions to Conferences
2010Fission Research at IRMMHAMBSCH Franz-Josef; OBERSTEDT Stephan; ZEYNALOV Sh.; KORNILOV N.; FABRY Imrich; BORCEA Ruxandra; AL-ADILI ALIContributions to Conferences
2013Improved values for the characteristics of prompt-fission gamma-ray spectra from the reaction 235U(nth, f )OBERSTEDT Andreas; BELGYA T.; BILLNERT ROBERT; BORCEA Ruxandra; BRYS T.; GEERTS Wouter; GÖÖK Alf; HAMBSCH Franz-Josef; KIS Z.; MARTINEZ T., et alArticles in Journals
2011Investigation of the Fission Process at IRMMHAMBSCH Franz-Josef; OBERSTEDT Stephan; AL-ADILI ALI; BORCEA Ruxandra; OBERSTEDT A.; TUDORA A.; ZEYNALOV Sh.Contributions to Conferences
2010Prompt Gamma-Ray Emission in Nuclear FissionOBERSTEDT Stephan; BILLNERT Robert; BORCEA Ruxandra; HAMBSCH Franz-Josef; KARLSSON Johan; OBERSTEDT AndreasContributions to Conferences
2010VERDI - a Double (v, E) Fission-Fragment SpectrometerOBERSTEDT Stephan; BORCEA Ruxandra; GAMBONI Thierry; GEERTS Wouter; HAMBSCH Franz-Josef; JAIME TORNIN R.; OBERSTEDT Andreas; VIDALI MarzioContributions to Conferences
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