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The Institut Laue-Langevin (ILL) is the world's leading facility in neutron science and technology. It operates the most intense neutron source on earth in Grenoble in the south-east of France.

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71 avenue des Martyrs
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38042 Grenoble cedex 9
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Contributing to the progress of science and helping develop start-of-the art technology?

Boosting your career by working on innovative projects in an international multidisciplinary scientific research centre?
Broadening your skills by learning different languages in your professional field and developing a host of other abilities?
Joining a centre of excellence with a thirty-year reputation for innovative and creative science and technology?
Working in an international organisation in an exceptional geographical setting?

                            

                                  

An international research centre,

located in Grenoble

at the heart of the French Alps

and a few hours from the Mediterranean,

supported by three founding countries

and eleven partner countries.

Leading the world in its field

and providing access to forty

state-of-the-art experimental facilities

in constant evolution.

Heavily involved in

international scientific collaboration:

Member of the EIROforum (8 prestigious European research organisations),

the ICNS (International Conference on Neutron Scattering),

and ESFRI (European Strategy Forum on Research   

Infrastructure).

475 highly qualified members of staff:

scientists and engineers,

technicians and administrators,…

Human diversity, cultures and languages,

fusing together in the ILL's

designs for the future.

Over 1 000 scientific visitors from more than

40 different countries every year, performing

challenging experimentsin fields as varied as

condensed matter physics, crystallography,

soft matter, biology, chemistry and

fundamental physics.

 

 

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