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SCINTILLA - scintillation detectors and new technologies for nuclear security

: Friedrich, Hermann; Chmel, Sebastian; Rosenstock, Wolfgang; Sannie, Guillaume; Normand, Stephane; Peerani, Paolo; Tagziria, Hamid; Vita, Raffaella de; Fanchini, Erica; Firpo, Gabriele; Botta, Enrico; Kovacs, Andras; Lakosi, Laszlo; Baumhauer, Christian; Equios, Maud; Petrossian, Gregoire; Fosse, Romain; Dermody, Geraint; Crossingham, Grant

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Lauster, Michael (Hrsg.) ; Fraunhofer Verbund Verteidigungs- und Sicherheitsforschung; Fraunhofer-Institut für Naturwissenschaftlich-Technische Trendanalysen -INT-, Euskirchen:
8th Future Security 2013. Security Research Conference : Berlin, September 17 - 19, 2013. Proceedings
Stuttgart: Fraunhofer Verlag, 2013
ISBN: 3-8396-0604-7
ISBN: 978-3-8396-0604-9
Security Research Conference "Future Security" <8, 2013, Berlin>
European Commission EC
Scintillation Detectors And New Technologies For Nuclear Security
Conference Paper, Electronic Publication
Fraunhofer INT ()
nuclear detection; radiological detection; neutron radiation; gamma radiation; portable devices; radiation portal monitor

In the frame of the Seventh Framework Programme (FP7) the project SCINTILLA (Scintillation Detectors and new Technologies for Nuclear Security) aims at building an innovative and comprehensive toolbox of devices and best-of-breed technologies for the enhanced detection and identification of difficult to detect radioactive sources and nuclear material. The three year project started in January 2012 and is headed by CEA as project leader. Nine partners from Germany, France, Italy Hungary and the United Kingdom are working on the development of reliable and cost effective radiological and nuclear detection systems, especially on the finding of a reliable replacement for Helium-3, which is the major detection material for today's Radiation Portal Monitors devices (RMPs) for neutron detection and has become hardly available in the European Union.