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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2008Approaches in Using MatML as a Common Language for Materials Data ExchangeOJALA Tauno; OVER HansContributions to Conferences
2005Mat-DB: A Web-Enabled Materials Database to Support European R&D Projects and Network ActivitiesOVER HANS; WOLFART ERIK; DIETZ W.; TOTH L.Articles in Journals
2012MatDB Online Analysis of HTR Materials Data from European R&DOVER Hans; HAEHNER PeterArticles in Journals
2012MATDB ONLINE—A STANDARDS-BASED SYSTEM FOR PRESERVING, MANAGING, AND EXCHANGING ENGINEERING MATERIALS TEST DATAAUSTIN TIMOTHY; OVER HANSArticles in Journals
2005A new European Commission initiative on Optimisation of Maintenance in Nuclear Power PlantsAHLSTRAND RALF; BIETH MICHEL; OVER HANS; PLA FREIXA Patricia; RANGUELOVA VESSELINA; TRAMPUS Peter; RIEG ClaudeContributions to Conferences
2008The Web-enabled Database of JRC-EC, a Useful Tool for Managing European Gen IV Materials DataOVER Hans; DIETZ WolfgangArticles in Journals
2008The Web-Enabled Materials Database of the European Commission with its XML Related Data Entry Part and Integrated Analysis Tools to Support GEN IV Nuclear Power Plant DevelopmentOVER Hans; OJALA TaunoContributions to Conferences
2005XML Related Data Exchange from the Test Machine to a Web-Enabled MAT-DBOVER HANS; NAGY Miklos; WOLFART ERIKArticles in Journals
2011XML RELATED MATDB TOOLS FOR DATA EXCHANGE AND INTEROPERABILITYOVER Hans; OJALA Tauno; HAEHNER Peter; AUSTIN TimothyContributions to Conferences
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