Optoelectronic Developments For Remote-Handled Maintenance Tasks in ITER

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Optoelectronic Developments For Remote-Handled Maintenance Tasks in ITER. / Van Uffelen, Marco; Leroux, Paul; Berghmans, Francis.

Proceedings of the twelfth Workshop on Electronics for LHC and Future Experiments. Genève, Switzerland, 2007. p. 55-63.

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Van Uffelen, M, Leroux, P & Berghmans, F 2007, Optoelectronic Developments For Remote-Handled Maintenance Tasks in ITER. in Proceedings of the twelfth Workshop on Electronics for LHC and Future Experiments. Genève, Switzerland, pp. 55-63, 12th Workshop on Electronics for LHC and future Experiments, Valencia, Spain, 2006-09-25.

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Van Uffelen, M., Leroux, P., & Berghmans, F. (2007). Optoelectronic Developments For Remote-Handled Maintenance Tasks in ITER. In Proceedings of the twelfth Workshop on Electronics for LHC and Future Experiments (pp. 55-63). Genève, Switzerland.

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Van Uffelen M, Leroux P, Berghmans F. Optoelectronic Developments For Remote-Handled Maintenance Tasks in ITER. In Proceedings of the twelfth Workshop on Electronics for LHC and Future Experiments. Genève, Switzerland. 2007. p. 55-63

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Van Uffelen, Marco ; Leroux, Paul ; Berghmans, Francis. / Optoelectronic Developments For Remote-Handled Maintenance Tasks in ITER. Proceedings of the twelfth Workshop on Electronics for LHC and Future Experiments. Genève, Switzerland, 2007. pp. 55-63

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