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Tuesday, November 21, 2017

About Us

NUCLEONICA was created at the Institute for Transuranium Elements (ITU) and is protected by copyright laws.

The company Nucleonica GmbH was founded by Dr. Joseph Magill in 2011 as a spin-off from the European Commission's Joint Research Centre. In addition to providing user friendly access to the latest reference data from internationally evaluated datafiles, the main focus of Nucleonica is to provide professionals in the nuclear industry with a suite of validated scientific applications for everyday calculations. The portal is also suitable for education, training, and skills development in the nuclear field.


Nucleonica GmbH is also responsible for the management and development of the Karlsruhe Nuclide Chart print and online versions.



Concept & Planning, Joseph Magill

Applications Developments and NucleonicaWiki:
Zsolt Soti (WESPA, Karlsruhe Nuclidechart, In Silico),
Andriy Berlizov (Gamma Spectrum Generator; easyMonteCarlo),
Raymond Dreher (Radiological Dispersion; Scripting; easyMonteCarlo),
Gerda Pfennig (Karlsruhe Nuclide Chart),
George P. Lasche (Cambio File Converter),
Joseph Magill (Decay Engine),
Hans Werner Wiese (webKORIGEN),
Aleksandra Schwenk-Ferrero (webKORIGEN),
Mustafa Ç. Tufan (Range and Stopping Power; Radiological Dispersion),
Christophe Normand (Karlsruhe Nuclide Chart Database),
Jean Galy (Dosimetry & Shielding; Transport & Packaging),
David Hamilton (Radiological Dispersion),
Yann Donjoux (e-Ship7++).

Acknowledgements
Dr. Erich Hrnecek, ITU, special interest: radioactivity in the environment
Dr. Klaus Mayer, ITU, special interest: nuclear forensics
Dr. Maria Wallenius, ITU, special interest: nuclear forensics
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