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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2004Development of a Treatment Planning System for BNCT Based on Positron Emission Tomography Data: Preliminary Results.CERULLO N.; DAQUINO Giuseppe; MUZI J.; ESPOSITO J.Articles in Journals
2003Digital Image Analysis of X-Ray and Neutron Radiography for the Inspection and the Monitoring of Nuclear Materials.CASALTA Sylvie; DAQUINO Giuseppe; METTEN L.; OUDAERT J.; VAN DE SANDE A.Articles in Journals
2004Experimental and Computational Validation of BDTPS Using a Heterogeneous Boron Phantom.DAQUINO Giuseppe; CERULLO N.; MAZZINI M.; MOSS Raymond lloyd; MUZI L.Articles in Journals
2002The Importance of Boron Distribution in BNCT Treatment Planning System Research. BDTPS (Upgrade of CARONTE) Code: a First Attempt at a SolutionDAQUINO GiuseppePhD Theses
2003PET-Based Approach to Treatment Planning Systems. An Improvement towards Successful Boron Neutron Capture Therapy (BNCT).DAQUINO GiuseppeEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2003A PET-Based Treatment Planning System to Evaluate the Influence of the Heterogeneous Boron Distribution in Boron Neutron Capture Therapy (BNCT)DAQUINO GiuseppePhD Theses
2004Procedural and Practical Applications of Radiation Measurements for BNCT at the HFR Petten.MOSS Raymond lloyd; STECHER RASMUSSEN F.; RASSOW J.; MORRISSEY J.; VOORBRAAK W.; VERBAKEL W.; APPELMAN K.; DAQUINO Giuseppe; WITTIG A.; SAUERWEIN W.Articles in Journals
2004Spectrum Shaping Assessment of Accelerator-based Fusion Neutron Sources to Be Used in BNCT Treatment.CERULLO N.; ESPOSITO J.; DAQUINO GiuseppeArticles in Journals
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