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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2007A Comparison of Low-Level Gamma-Spectrometers within the GERDA CollaborationBUDJAS D.; HEISEL M.; HULT MIKAEL; KLIMENKO A.; LAUBENSTEIN M.; LINDAHL PATRIC; SIMGEN H.; SMOLNIKOV A.; TOMEI C.; VASILIEV S.Contributions to Conferences
2009Gamma-Ray Spectrometry of Ultra Low Levels of Radioactivity within the Material Screening Program for the GERDA ExperimentBUDJAS D.; GANGAPSHEV A.; GASPARRO Joel; HAMPEL W.; HEISEL M.; HEUSSER G.; HULT Mikael; KLIMENKO A.; KUZMINOV V.; LAUBENSTEIN M., et alContributions to Conferences
2007The GERDA Neutrinoless Double Beta-Decay ExperimentMAJOROVITS Bela; HULT MIKAEL; MARISSENS GERD; GASPARRO JOEL; ALTMANN M.; BAKALYAROV A.; BALATA M.; BARABANOV I.; BAUER C.; BELLOTTI E., et alContributions to Conferences
2006Germanium Detector Array, GERDALIU X.; ALTAMANN M.; BAKALYAROV A.; BALATA M.; BARABANOV I.; BAUER C.; BELLOTTI E.; BELOGUROV S.; BELYAEV S.t.; BERNABE-HEIDER M., et alContributions to Conferences
2008Highly Sensitive Gamma-Spectrometers of GERDA for Material Screening: Part IBUDJAS D.; CATTADORI C; GANGAPSHEV A.; HAMPEL W.; HEISEL M.; HEUSSER G.; HULT MIKAEL; KLIMENKO A.; KUZMINOV V.; LAUBENSTEIN M., et alContributions to Conferences
2008An Intercomparison of Monte Carlo Codes Used in Gamma-Ray SpectrometryVIDMAR Tim; AUBINEAU-LANIECE I.; ANAGNOSTAKIS M.j.; ARNOLD D.; BRETTNER-MESSLER R.; BUDJAS D.; CAPOGNI M.; DIAS M.s.; DE GEER L.-E.; FAZIO A., et alContributions to Conferences
2006Status of the Germanium Detector Array (GERDA) for the Search of Neutrinoless Double-Beta Decays of 76Ge at LNGSSCHOENERT S.; ALTMANN M.; BAKALYAROV A.; BALATA M.; BARABANOV I.; BAUER C.; BELLOTTI E.; BELOGUROV S.; BELYAEV S.t.; BERNABE-HEIDER M.; BETTINI A.; BEZRUKOV L.; BRUDANIN V.; BUDJAS D.; CALDWELL A., et alArticles in Journals
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