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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2014Active-Interrogation Measurements of Fast Neutrons from Induced Fission in Low-Enriched UraniumDOLAN Jennifer; MARCATH M. J.; FLASKA M.; POZZI Sara; CHICHESTER David; TOMANIN ALICE; PEERANI PaoloArticles in Journals
2010Fast Neutron Spectrum Unfolding for Nuclear Nonproliferation and Safeguards ApplicationsPOZZI Sara; XU Yunlin; ZAK Thomas; CLARKE Shaun D.; BOURNE Mark; FLASKA M.; DOWNAR Thomas; PEERANI Paolo; PROTOPOPESCU VladimirArticles in Journals
2008A Full Characterisation of the GELINA Neutron Flux Distributions and Resolution Functions with the Monte Carlo Code MCNP5ENE D.; BORCEA Catalin; FLASKA M.; KOPECKY Stefan; NEGRET Alexandru; MONDELAERS Willy; PLOMPEN ArjanContributions to Conferences
2012MCNPX-PoliMi for Nuclear Nonproliferation ApplicationsPOZZI Sara; CLARKE Shaun D.; WALSH W; MILLER Eric; DOLAN Jennifer; FLASKA M.; WIEGER B.; ENQVIST Andreas; PADOVANI Enrico; MATTINGLY J.k., et alArticles in Journals
2004Modeling of the GELINA Neutron Target Using Coupled Electron-Photon-Neutron Transport with MCNP4C3 Code.FLASKA M.; BORELLA A.; LATHOUWERS D.; MIHAILESCU C.l.; MONDELAERS Wim; PLOMPEN A.j.m.; VAN DAM H.; VAN DER HAGEN T.h.j.j.Articles in Journals
2009Neutron and Gamma-ray Cross-correlation Measurements of Plutonium Oxide PowderCLARKE Shaun D.; FLASKA M.; POZZI Sara; PEERANI PaoloArticles in Journals
2009Pulse-Height Distributions of Neutron and Gamma Rays from Plutonium-Oxide SamplesPOZZI Sara; CLARKE Shaun D.; FLASKA M.; PEERANI PaoloArticles in Journals
2012Testing on novel neutron detectors as alternative to 3He for security applicationsPEERANI Paolo; TOMANIN ALICE; POZZI Sara; DOLAN Jennifer; MILLER Eric; FLASKA M.; BATTAGLIERI Marco; DE VITA Raffaella; FICINI Luisa; OTTONELLO Giacomo, et alArticles in Journals
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