Ferenc Dalnoki-Veress

OP#33: WMD Proliferation Risks at the Nexus of 3D Printing and DIY Communities

Occasional Paper #33 examines the degree to which additive manufacturing – including its distribution and use – may be introducing new proliferation risks.

North Korea’s Nuclear Bomb: Can We Work Out Its Power?

How do we work out the size and nature of North Korea’s nuclear test? A physicist explains.


Improving the Security of All Nuclear Materials

A report on legal, political, and institutional options to advance international oversight.

Radiological Cancer Therepy (Source: WikiMedia Commons)

Africa’s growing and neglected cancer problem: We will all suffer

By helping countries acquire linear accelerators and train associated personnel, the international community has the opportunity to improve public health and security simultaneously.

Radiological Cancer Therepy (Source: WikiMedia Commons)

Treatment, Not Terror

A new study by Miles A. Pomper, Ferenc Dalnoki-Veress, and George M. Moore, explores how to both promote cancer therapy in developing countries and prevent radiological terrorism.

Park Geun-Hye meeting with Barack Obama. (source: Wikimedia Commons)

OP#24: Strengthening the ROK-US Nuclear Partnership

Occasional Paper #24: This report identifies challenges and opportunities for the next phase of the ROK-US nuclear partnership.

Nuclear test at Yucca Flats, Nevada. Source: National Atomic Veterans of America (naav.com)

Xenon and Particulates: A Qualitative Discussion of Sensitivity to Nuclear Weapon Components and Design

Scientist-in-residence Ferenc Dalnoki-Veress looks at how radionuclide measurements can help determine information about North Korea’s January 7 nuclear test.


Video Analysis of North Korean Missile Test

The media show interest as CNS experts analysis of North Korea’s missile test video was found to be manipulated and the test itself a failure.

Understanding the Fuel Cycle in the Iran Agreement

CNS’s scientist-in-residence discusses the ways the Iran deal closes all possible routes to the bomb.

The Science Behind the Deal

The Science Behind the Deal

The P5+1 needs to be assured that even if Iran expels inspectors and enriches enough uranium for a bomb, there is time for a sufficient response to be organized.