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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)
2010Lessons learnt from a crisis event: how to foster a sound safety cultureMENGOLINI ANNA MARIA; DEBARBERIS LUIGI
2009Lessons Learnt from Studies on Sensitivity Analysis Techniques in the EU Project PAMINA - A Benchmark StudyROEHLIG K.-J.; PLISCHKE E.; BOLADO LAVIN Ricardo; BECKER D.-A.; EKSTROEM P.-A.; HOTZEL S.
2009Lessons Learnt from Studies on Sensitivity Analysis Techniques in the EU Project PAMINA: Sensitivity Analysis Applied to Different HLW PA ModelsBOLADO LAVIN Ricardo; COSTESCU BADEA Anca; BECKER D.-A.; SPIESSL S.; FISCHER-APPELT K.; CORMENZANA J.l.; CUNADO M.a.; SCHROEDER T.j.; HART J.; GRUPA J., et al
2006Letterbox Type Repair Weld Finite Element Simulation and Residual Stress PredictionKEPPAS Loukas; KATSAREAS D.; WIMPORY Robert; ANIFANTIS N.k.; YOUTSOS Anastasius; OHMS CARSTEN
2006Levels and Patterns of PCDD/FS in Air, Soil and Biota from Krakow and the Malopolska Region (Ploand)CHRISTOPH EUGEN; EISENREICH STEVEN; GHIANI MICHELA; MARIANI GIULIO; MUELLER ANNE; NIEDZIALEK JOANNA; PARADIZ Bostjan; SKEJO HELLE; UMLAUF GUNTHER
2006Levels and Patterns of Pcdd/Fs in Air, Soil and Biota from Krakow and the Malopolska Region (Poland)GHIANI MICHELA; MARIANI GIULIO; MUELLER ANNE; PARADIZ Bostjan; SKEJO HELLE; UMLAUF GUNTHER; CHRISTOPH EUGEN
2005Levels of Dioxins and Dioxin-like PCBs in Food and Feed in EuropeGALLANI Barbara; VERSTRAETE Frans; BOIX SANFELIU ANA; VON HOLST CHRISTOPH; ANKLAM ELKE
2011Leveraging the Future Internet for the Environmental Usage AreaHAVLIK D.; SCHADE SVEN; VAN WIJK Wout; USLÄNDER T.; HIERRO Juanjo
2009Lezioni apprese dal sisma del 12 Maggio 2008 nel Wenchuan: l'iimpatto sulle strutture industrialiKRAUSMANN Elisabeth; CRUZ Ana maria; RENNI Elisabetta; AFFELTRANGER Bastien
2006Liberating the Power of Energy Services and ESCOs in a Liberalised Energy MarketBERTOLDI PAOLO; REZESSY Silvia; HINNELS Mark
2013Life Cycle Assessment and criticality of raw materials: relationship and potential synergiesMANCINI LUCIA; ARDENTE Fulvio; GORALCZYK MALGORZATA; PENNINGTON David; SALA SERENELLA
2006Life Cycle Based Cost-Benefit Assessment of Waste Management OptionsKONECZNY Karol
2011Life Cycle Impact Assessment of chemicals: relevance and feasibility of spatial differentiation for ecotoxicity and human toxicity impact assessmentSALA SERENELLA; MARINOV DIMITAR; KOUNINA Anna; MARGNI Manuele; HUMBERT S.; JOLLIET Oliver; SHAKED Shanna; PENNINGTON David
2012Life Cycle Impact Assessment: Research Needs and Challenges from Science to Policy MakingSALA SERENELLA; PANT Rana; BRANDAO MIGUEL; PENNINGTON David
2013Life science applications and research potential of the TwinMic spectromicroscopy station at ELETTRAGIANONCELLI Alessandra; KOUROUSIAS G; PASCOLO Lorella; RIZZARDI C; CECCONE Giacomo; KAULICH Burkhard; KISKINOVA Maya
2008Life-Cycle Assessment of the Spear BuildingNEGRO Paolo; MOLA Elena; CASCINI Lucrezia; LANDOLFO Raffaele; PORTIOLI Francesco
2005Light Charged-Particle Production Activation Cross Sections of Zr Isotopes from 14 to 20 MeVSEMKOVA Valentina; PLOMPEN ARJAN; SMITH D. L.
2009Light Collection from Fluorescence-Based Biochips by Holographic Diffractive Optical ElementsMACKO Peter; WHELAN Maurice
2009LIMES: Satellite Imagery Analysis and Information Management for Treaty MonitoringGONCALVES Joao; MARPU P.; NIEMEYER Irmgard; PATRONO A.; USSORIO A.; WOLFART Erik
2007LIMES: Treaty Monitoring within the Security Dimension of GMESBRUCKERT D.; CARRIE P.; GONCALVES JOAO; LOREAUX P.; MARPU P.; NIEMEYER I.; PATRONO A.; SEQUEIRA VITOR; USSORIO A.; WOLFART ERIK
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