publications

 

1.       Siegel JA, B. Sacks and Y. Socol. Letter to Editor: The LSS Cohort of Atomic Bomb Survivors and LNT. Rad. Research, in print.

2.      Cuttler J., L. Feinendegen and Y. Socol. Evidence that lifelong low dose-rates of ionizing radiation increase lifespan in long- and short-lived dogs. Dose-Response, Jan-March (2017) 1–6. DOI:10.1177/1559325817692903

3.      Dobrzyński L., KW. Fornalski, Y. Socol and J.M. Reszczyńska. Modeling of irradiated cells' transformation: the dose- and time-dependent effects. Radiation Research. 186/4 (2016) 396–406. DOI: 10.1667/RR14302.1

4.      Socol Y. and JS. Welsh. Changing attitude toward radiation carcinogenesis and prospects for novel low-dose radiation treatments. Technol. Cancer Res. Treat. 15/6 (2016) 732–736 DOI: 10.1177/1533034615605639

5.       Socol Y. and JS. Welsh. Regarding the credibility of data showing an alleged association of cancer with radiation from CT scans. Technol. Cancer Res. Treat.  15/1 (2016) 159–162   DOI: 10.1177/1533034614566923

6.      Socol Y. and L. Dobrzyński. Atomic bomb survivors life-span study: insufficient statistical power to select radiation carcinogenesis model. Dose-Response 13/1 (2015) DOI: 10.2203/dose-response.14-034.Socol

7.      Socol Y. Reconsidering health consequences of the Chernobyl accident. Dose-Response 13/1 (2015) DOI: 10.2203/dose-response.14-040.Socol

8.      Fornalski KW., M. Cohen, J. Cuttler et al. Letter to the Editor: French nuclear power plants and childhood leukemia. Dose-Response. 12 (2014) 518–21. DOI: 10.2203/dose-response.14-048.Fornalski

9.      Socol Y. Nuclear-powered unmanned aerial vehicles for science, industry and telecommunications. Int. J. Nuclear Governance, Economy and Ecology 4/2 (2014) 77–82.

10.   Socol Y.  Chernobyl's legacy: black prophecies' bubble.  Europhysics News 45/1 (2014) 27, DOI:10.1051/epn/2014199

11.   Socol Y.,  J. Cuttler, L. Dobrzyński et al. Comment on "NAIRAS aircraft radiation model development, dose climatology, and initial validation", Space Weather 12/2 (2014) 120–121, DOI:10.1002/2013SW001021

12.   Socol Y.,  L. Dobrzyński, M. Doss et al. Commentary: ethical issues of current health-protection policies on low-dose ionizing radiation. Dose-Response 12 (2014) 342–348, DOI: 10.2203/dose-response.13-044.Socol

13.   Socol Y., M. Yanovskiy and I. Zatcovetsky. Low-dose ionising radiation: scientific controversy, moral-ethical aspects and public choice.  Int. J. Nuclear Governance, Economy and Ecology, 4 (2013) 59–75.

14.   Socol Y. High-power free-electron lasers–technology and future applications. Optics & Laser Technology 46 (2013) 111–126.

15.   Socol Y., G. N. Kulipanov, A. N. Matveenko, O. A. Shevchenko and N.V. Vinokurov. Compact 13.5-nm free-electron laser for extreme ultraviolet lithography. Phys. Rev. ST Accel. Beams 14 (2011) 040702.

16.   Socol Y. and I.S. Guzman. Fast ring-shape self-assembling in water-based ink-jetted droplets. J. Phys. Chem., 110 (2006) 18347–18350.

17.   Socol Y. Temperature compensation scheme for planar diffractive optical interconnects. Opt. Eng. Lett. 45 (2006) Art. 040502.

18.   Socol Y., A. Gover, A. Eliran et al. Coherence limits and chirp control in long pulse free electron laser oscillator. Phys. Rev. ST Accel. Beams 8 (2005) Art. 080701.

19.   Bielcikova J. et al. (CERES collaboration) Semihard scattering unraveled from collective flow at the SPS. Eur. Phys. J. C43 (2005) 323–327.

20.  Agakichiev G. et al. (CERES Collaboration) e+e– -pair production in Pb-Au collisions at 158 GeV per nucleon. Eur. Phys. J. C41 (2005) 475–513.

21.   Bormashenko E., R. Pogreb, O. Stanevsky et al. Self-assembled honeycomb polycarbonate films deposited on polymer piezoelectric substrates and their applications. Polym. Adv. Technol. 16 (2005) 299–304.

22.  Bormashenko E., R. Pogreb, Y. Socol, et al. Polyvinylidene fluoride – piezoelectric polymer for integrated infrared optics applications. Opt. Materials 27 (2004) 429–434.

23.  Bormashenko E., R. Pogreb, Y. Socol, et al. Novel scheme for electrically-controlled resonance IR waveguides. Opt. Applicata 34 (2004) 303–307.

24.  Agakichiev G. et al. (CERES Collaboration) Semihard scattering unraveled from collective dynamics by two-pion azimuthal correlations in 158A GeV/c Pb+Au collisions. Phys. Rev. Let. 92 (2004) Art. 032301.

25.   Socol Y., L. Berenstein, and A. Zaban. Methodic for in situ measurements of inkjet printed ink drops. J. Imag. Sci. Techn., 48 (2004) 15–21.

26.  Socol Y., Y. Meshorer, L. Berenstein and A. Zaban. Using ultrasonic energy to improve the ink drying process: a feasibility study. J. Imag. Sci. Techn., 47 (2003) 239–242.

27.  Socol Y., O. Abramson, A. Gedanken et al. Suspensive electrode formation in pulsed sonoelectrochemical synthesis of silver nanoparticles. Langmuir 18 (2002), 4736–4740.

28.  Marin A. et al. (CERES Collaboration) First results from the CERES radial TPC. Nucl. Phys. A 661 (1999) 673–676.

29.  Lenkeit B. et al. (CERES Collaboration) Recent results from Pb-Au collisions at 158 GeV/c per nucleon obtained with the CERES spectrometer. Nucl. Phys. A 661 (1999) 23–32.

30.  Lenkeit B. et al. (CERES Collaboration) New results on low-mass lepton pair production in Pb-Au collisions at 158 GeV/c per nucleon. Nucl. Phys. A 654 (1999) 627c–630c.

31.   Ravinovich I. et al. (CERES Collaboration) CERES results on low-mass electron pair production in Pb-Au collisions. Nucl. Phys. A 638 (1998) 159c–170c.

32.  Ceretto F. et al. (CERES Collaboration) Hadron physics with CERES: spectra and collective flow. Nucl. Phys. A 638 (1998) 467c–470c.

33.  Agakichiev G. et al. (CERES Collaboration) Low-mass e+e–- pair production in 158A GeV Pb-Au collisions at the CERN SPS, its dependence on multiplicity and transverse momentum. Phys. Lett. B 422 (1998) 405–412.

34.  Appelshauser H. et al. (CERES Collaboration) Physics with the upgraded CERES detector. Acta Phys. Polonica B 29 (1998) 3153–3159.

35.   Ullrich T. et al. (CERES Collaboration) First results from CERES/NA45 on low-mass electron pair production in Pb-Au collisions. Nucl. Phys. A 610 (1996) 317–330.

36.  Faschingbauer U. et al. (CERES Collaboration) A doublet of 3" cylindrical silicon drift detectors in the CERES/NA45 experiment. Nucl. Instr. Meth. A 377 (1996) 362–366.

37.  Agakichiev G. et al. (CERES Collaboration) Performance of the CERES Electron Spectrometer in the CERN SPS Lead Beam. Nucl. Instr. Meth. A 371 (1996) 16–21.

38.  Agakichiev G. et al. (CERES Collaboration) New results from NA45/CERES. Nucl. Phys. A 590 (1995) 103–116.

39.  Socol E., Y. Amitai and A.A. Friesem. Design of planar optical interconnects. SPIE 2426 (1995) 433–442.

40.  Socol E., N. Dyakonova and V. Sadchikov. Thermomagnetic properties of high nickel alloys. Metal Science and Heat Treatment 32 (1990) 713–716.