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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2006AGS, A Computer Code for Uncertainty Propagation in Time-Of-Flight Cross Section DataBASTIAN Claude; BORELLA ALESSANDRO; GUNSING Frank; HEYSE Jan; KOPECKY STEFAN; NOGUERE Gilles; SIEGLER PETER; SCHILLEBEECKX PETERContributions to Conferences
2014Characterization of 235U targets for the development of a secondary neutron fluence standardHEYSE JAN; ANASTASIOU M.; EYKENS Roger; MOENS Andre; PLOMPEN Arjan; SCHILLEBEECKX Peter; SIBBENS Goedele; VANLEEUW DAVID; WYNANTS RuudContributions to Conferences
2012Data reduction and uncertainty propagation of time-of-flight spectra with AGSBECKER BJÖRN; BASTIAN C.; EMILIANI FEDERICA; GUNSING F.; HEYSE JAN; KAUWENBERGHS KIM JOSEPHA; KOPECKY Stefan; LAMPOUDIS C.; MASSIMI C.; OTUKA N., et alArticles in Journals
2012Determination of resonance parameters and their covariances from neutron induced reaction cross section dataSCHILLEBEECKX Peter; BECKER BJÖRN; DANON Y.; GUBER Klaus; HARADA Hiroshi; HEYSE JAN; JUNGHANS A. R.; KOPECKY Stefan; MASSIMI C.; MOXON M., et alArticles in Journals
2007Experimental Determination of the 26Al(n,alpha)23Na Reaction Cross Section and Calculation of the Maxwellian Averaged Cross Section at Stellar TemperaturesDE SMET LIESBETH; WAGEMANS CYRIEL; WAGEMANS Jan; HEYSE Jan; VAN GILS J.Articles in Journals
2007Experimental Determination of the 36Cl(n,p)36S and 36Cl(n,alpha)33P Reaction Cross Sections and the Consequences on the Origin of 36SDE SMET Liesbeth; WAGEMANS Cyriel; GOEMINNE G.; HEYSE Jan; VAN GILS J.Articles in Journals
2007High Resolution Measurements of the 234U(n,f) Cross Section in the Neutron Energy Range from 0.5 V up to 100 keVHEYSE Jan; WAGEMANS Cyriel; DE SMET L.; SEROT Olivier; WAGEMANS Jan; VAN GILS JackArticles in Journals
2005Investigation of the (n,p) and (n,alpha) Reactions on 26Al and 36Cl and their Astrophysical RelevanceDE SMET L; WAGEMANS Cyriel; GOEMINNE G.; WAGEMANS Jan; HEYSE Jan; VAN GILS JackContributions to Conferences
2008Measurement of the 236U(n,f) Cross Section as a Function of the Neutron EnergyWAGEMANS Cyriel; DE SMET Liesbeth; VERMOTE S.; HEYSE Jan; SEROT O.; VAN GILS JaakContributions to Conferences
2013Metrology for new generation nuclear power plants - MetroFissionJOHANSSON L.; FILTZ J.-R.; DE FELICE P.; SADLI M.; PLOMPEN Arjan; HEYSE JAN; HAY Bruno; DINSDALE A.; POMME Stefaan; CASSETTE P., et alContributions to Conferences
2005New Results on Helium and Tritium Gas Production From Ternary FissionSEROT Olivier; WAGEMANS Cyriel; HEYSE JanContributions to Conferences
2006New Results on the Ternary Fission of 243CmHEYSE Jan; WAGEMANS Cyriel; VERMOTE Sofie; SEROT Olivier; GELTENBORT Peter; SOLDNER Torsten; VAN GILS JackContributions to Conferences
2014Preparation of 240Pu and 242Pu targets to improve cross-section measurements for advanced reactors and fuel cyclesSIBBENS Goedele; MOENS Andre; EYKENS Roger; VANLEEUW DAVID; KEHOE Frances; KUEHN HEINZ; WYNANTS Ruud; HEYSE JAN; PLOMPEN Arjan; JAKOPIC Rozle, et alContributions to Conferences
2013Review of the natC(n,gamma) cross section and criticality calculations of the graphite moderated reactor BR1DIEZ C. J.; STANKOVSKIY A.; MALAMBU E.; ZEROVNIK G.; SCHILLEBEECKX Peter; Van den Eynde G.; HEYSE JAN; CABELLOS O.Articles in Journals
2008Ternary Alpha and Triton Emission in the Spontaneous Fission of 244Cm, 246Cm and 248Cm and in the Neutron Induced Fission of 243Cm, 245Cm and 247CmVERMOTE S.; WAGEMANS Cyriel; SEROT Olivier; HEYSE Jan; VAN GILS Jaak; SOLDNER T.; GELTENBORT P.Articles in Journals
2008Tritium Production from Ternary FissionSEROT O.; WAGEMANS Cyriel; VERMOTE S.; HEYSE Jan; SOLDNER T.; GELTENBORT P.; ALMAHAMID I.; FLOYD J.; LUKENS W. W.Contributions to Conferences
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