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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2005The 6th Nuclear Science Training Course on Radioactivity - Radionuclides - Radiation with Nuclides.net - 14-16 September 2005 - Ljubljana/Slovenia - Organized by Insitute for Transuranium Elements ITU and Milan Copi Nuclear Training Centre, Josef Stefan Institute, Ljubljana/SloveniaWALTHER CHRISTINE; GALY JEAN; HAMILTON David; MAGILL JOSEPHBooks
2007Bremsstrahlung Production with High-intensity Laser Matter Interactions and ApplicationsGALY JEAN; MAUCEC M.; HAMILTON David; EDWARDS R.; MAGILL JOSEPHArticles in Journals
2007Consequences of a Radiological Dispersal Event with Nuclear and Radioactive SourcesMAGILL JOSEPH; HAMILTON David; LUETZENKIRCHEN KLAUS; TUFAN M.; TAMBORINI GABRIELE; WAGNER WERNER; BERTHOU VERONIQUE; VON ZWEIDORF ANDRE'Articles in Journals
2007Fuel Cycle Strategies and Plutonium Management in EuropeHAAS DIDIER; HAMILTON DavidArticles in Journals
2009High-intensity Lasers as Radiation SourcesGALY Jean; NORMAND Christophe; HAMILTON DavidArticles in Journals
2007The Management of Separated Plutonium: An IntroductionNUTALL W. J.; FARNAN I.; KONINGS RUDY; HAMILTON DavidArticles in Journals
2007NUCLEONICA - A New Nuclear Science PortalMAGILL JOSEPH; GALY JEAN; DREHER RAYMOND; HAMILTON David; TUFAN M.; NORMAND Christophe; SCHWENK-FERRERO A.; WIESE H. W.Contributions to Conferences
2008NUCLEONICA: a Nuclear Science PortalMAGILL JOSEPH; GALY JEAN; DREHER RAYMOND; HAMILTON David; TUFAN M.; NORMAND Christophe; SCHWENK-FERRERO A.; WIESE H. W.Contributions to Conferences
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