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Scientific Council of the CEA visited the ILL

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The CEA organized its scientific council in Grenoble on May 29 and 30, 2024 on the theme of neutron scattering, under the chairmanship of the High Commissioner for Atomic Energy Vincent Berger. The scientific council visited the ILL on May 29.

On this occasion, an overview of neutron scattering at national, European and international level was presented, covering the different types of sources (reactors, spallation sources and compact sources), user communities as well as applications for nuclear power, for the digital transition and for new energy technologies (NET) with a particular focus on batteries and fuel cells.

These presentations showed the key position of the ILL on these themes. The future neutron landscape and the current and future contributions of the CEA were at the heart of the discussions.

The scientific council visited the ILL on May 29, in particular the CRG instruments operated by the CEA. The visit was particularly appreciated by the whole CEA scientific council.

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TOP: Group photo of the CEA Scientific Council Visit to the ILL. From left to right: Eric PLESKA, Michel GUIDAL, Ken ANDERSEN, Henri SAFA, Luc VAN DEN DURPEL, Olivier LEFEVRE, Jacques JESTIN, Lionel BUCHAILLOT, Philippe MOISY, Marie-Hélène MATHON, Olivier GORCEIX, Hervé DESVAUX, Denis BLANQUET, Vincent BERGER, Bernd GRAMBOW, Nathalie HERLIN BOIME, Paul FRIEDEL, Catherine RIVIERE, François DAVIAUD, Abdallah LYOUSSI, Anne-Isabelle ETIENVRE, Sylvain PETIT, Thierry DEUTSCH, Daniela CANCILA, Sylvain RAVY, QUATREHOMME Franck (behind), Pascale BAYLE-GUILLEMAUD, LUTTON André, Arnaud DESMEDT, Martin WEIK, Olivier PIRONNEAU, Patrice SOURDIAUCOURT