Journées de la
Diffusion Neutronique
Roquebrune sur Agens, 14 - 16 mai 2018 English version  Version française 
Biology & Environment - Condensed Matter - Magnetism - Soft Matter - Instrumentation -
March 10th, 2017

- Registration to the SFN PhD Award

April 2nd, 2017

- Abstract submission (talks)

April 15th, 2017

- Conference registration
- Abstract submission (posters)

Conference poster

Affiche des JDN2017

plage à Carry le Rouet The French Neutron Society (SFN) organises with the Institut Laue Langevin and the Laboratoire Léon Brillouin neutron facilities the Neutron Diffusion Meeting 2018 (JDN2018) , in the Vacanciel holiday village of Roquebrune sur Argens (Var, France), from May 14 to May 16, 2018.
This multidisciplinary workshop (traditionnally entitled "Rencontres Rossat-Mignod") will be dedicated to new results, obtained using neutron scattering techniques, in various scientific domains representative of the whole neutron users community.
Five sessions will be organised, in Magnetism, Soft Matter and Environment, Condensed Matter, and Biology. Each session will be introduced by an invited talk, which will be followed by a series of shorter oral communications. A Poster session, encompassing all the scientific topics cited above, and an Instrumentation session, will also take place.

Abstracts for oral presentations should be sent by e-mail before April 2nd, 2018. To do so please follow the link Abstract submission.

The aim of this meeting is :
  • to strengthen links between French neutron scattering users
  • to provide a place where advances resulting from neutron scattering experiments can be presented and discussed in a friendly and stimulating environment,
  • to inform the user's community about the evolution of neutron facilities in France andr abroad, and about the development of new neutron techniques, instrumentation, and their applications
  • to welcome and promote the work of young neutron users
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