ESARDA Bulletin N.65, The International Journal of Nuclear Safeguards and Non-Proliferation.
ESARDA Bulletin N.65 - This paper describes the NDA techniques used for nuclear safeguards – focusing on the main techniques and providing some examples of advanced and novel methods – with the aim of pointing out their benefits and drawbacks.
Data Validation Experiments with a Computer-Generated Imagery Dataset for International Nuclear Safeguards
ESARDA Bulletin N.65 - Computer vision models have great potential as tools for international nuclear safeguards verification activities. The presented Limbo datasets includes both real and computer-generated images of uranium hexafluoride containers for training computer vision models.
Ninth issue of the ESARDA Connector newsletter released in autumn 2023.
ESARDA Bulletin N.65 - This work investigates fuel properties of submarine reactor fuel from a non-proliferation and safeguards perspective in light of the deal involving Australia, the United Kingdom and United States known as AUKUS.
ESARDA Bulletin N.65 - This paper presents the development of a novel dynamic network analysis framework and computational engine to identify key entities and capabilities over time within global scholarly nuclear science collaboration networks.
ESARDA Bulletin N.65 - This study serves as a proof of concept for the development of an intrinsic information barrier for attribute identification supporting nuclear arms control treaty verification.
Eighth issue of the ESARDA Connector newsletter released in spring 2023.
The new version of the ESARDA Syllabus, updated in 2023. The Syllabus covers the lectures presented during the yearly ESARDA Course on Nuclear Safeguards and Non-Proliferation.
Improving the Confidence Associated with Passive Total Neutron Counting in the Nuclear Weapon Disarmament Verification Process
ESARDA Bulletin N.65 - This article primarily concentrates on passive total neutron counting, which is used to confirm the presence of neutron-emitting special nuclear material (SNM) in the treaty accountable items (TAIs).