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Journal of Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chemistry

, Volume 291, Issue 2, pp 273–274 | Cite as

Laudation for Dr. Ir. Peter Bode

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Open image in new window Dr. Peter Bode was born in Vlissingen, The Netherlands. He obtained his graduate degree in Chemical Engineering and Technology at the Delft University of Technology during 1965–1971 and wrote a thesis on the use of short half-life radionuclides in NAA. He received his doctorate degree from the same University in 1996 on a thesis entitled “Instrumental and organizational aspects of a neutron activation analysis laboratory” under the supervision of Professors Marcel de Bruin and Jeroen J. M. de Goeij. Dr. Bode is presently an Associate Professor in Nuclear Science and Engineering at the Delft University of Technology.

Dr. Bode worked on the development of instrumental neutron activation analysis (INAA) at the Department of Radiochemistry with Prof. Jan Houtman (1970–1987). He became the primary scientist responsible for the determination of short half-life radionuclides. Since 1981 he has also directed his attention to perturbed angular correlation spectrometry...

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