JDN Topics
Magnetism - Soft Matter - Biology - Materials - Instrumentation -
Special Sessions
Molecular Modeling - Optical and Neutron Spectroscopies - Diffraction at ESS
April 30th, 2022
Registration to the SFN PhD Award

September 26th, 2022
Abstract submission (talks & posters)

October 15th, 2022
Conference registration

Past conferences
2021 2020 2019 2018 2017 2016
The JDN 2022 meeting was held in Biarritz (France), November 14-17.

The program and abstract book is available for download here.

A selection of photos can also be found in the download menu.
Biarritz The French Neutron Society (SFN) organises the next "Neutron Scattering Meeting", in the holiday village "Le Domaine de Françon" (Biarritz, France), on November 14-17th, 2022.
This multidisciplinary conference will be dedicated to new results, obtained using neutron scattering techniques, in various scientific domains representative of the whole neutron users community.
Four sessions will be organised in Magnetism, Soft Matter and Biology, Materials, and Instrumentation. Each session will be introduced by an invited talk, which will be followed by a series of oral communications. Several poster sessions will also take place, with a Best Poster Award for a deserving young scientist.

In addition, two half-day sessions will be organised, dedicated to Molecular Modelling and Optical and Neutron spectroscopies. These sessions will be held in parallel with a workshop dedicated to Diffraction at ESS.
We are also very pleased to announce that the Spanish Community will contribute to this new edition!

The meeting will follow the preliminary program below :

With the JDN meeting, the SFN wishes to :
  • 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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