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Headlines 2008

December 2008

19-12-2008
H. le Sueur, P. Joyez, H. Pothier, C. Urbina, and D. Esteve
15-12-2008
P. Bourges et Y. Sidis IRAMIS/LLB
LLB researchers have published several papers in 2008 in the prestigious journal Science [1-2] and Nature [3]. These results show the full potential of the neutron diffraction techniques at the forefront of research on new materials.

July 2008

15-07-2008
D. Bonamy and L. Ponson (SPCSI), D. Santucci (Fysik Institutt Oslo)
Fracture is a phenomenon of everyday life: it is observable at all scales of condensed matter, from the atomic scale (in nanostructures) to the scale of our planet marked by fractures in the continental plates.
 

May 2008

18-05-2008
W. Boutu1, S. Haessler1, H. Merdji1, P. Breger1, G. Waters2, M. Stankiewicz3, L. J. Frasinski4, R. Taieb5,6, J. Caillat5,6, A. Maquet5,6, P. Monchicourt1, B. Carre1 and P. Salieres1 1.
 

April 2008

16-04-2008
Delphine Lebeugle, Dorothée Colson, Anne Forget, Michel Viret (IRAMIS/SPEC CEA-Saclay) Arsen Goukassov, Alexandre Bataille (IRAMIS/LLB CEA-Saclay) Magnetic materials are heavily used in the dynamic storage of information (hard disk drive, head for reading).
09-04-2008
L. Liszkay1, C. Corbel1, P. Perez1, P. Desgardin2, M.-F. Barthe2, T. Ohdaira3, R. Suzuki3, P. Crivelli4, U. Gendotti4, A. Rubbia4, M. Etienne5, and A.

March 2008

10-03-2008
Contact : David Garzella
G. Lambert1,2,3, T. Hara2,4, D. Garzella1, T. Tanikawa2, M. Labat1,3, B. Carre1, H. Kitamura2,4, T. Shintake2,4, M. Bougeard1, S. Inoue4, Y. Tanaka2,4, P. Salieres1, H. Merdji1, O. Chubar3, O. Gobert1, K. Tahara2, M.-E.

February 2008

16-02-2008
At a time when we question the fossil fuel reserves of our planet and the consequences of the greenhouse effect on global warming, hydrogen is seen as the future energy vector for transportation.
 

January 2008

07-01-2008
(1,2) B. Toudic, P. Garcia, C. Odin, P. Rabiller, C. Ecolivet and E. Collet,
P. Bourges3, G.J. McIntyre4, M.D. Hollingsworth5, T. Breczewski6
1 Institut de Physique de Rennes, CNRS UMR 6251, Univ. Rennes 1, 35042 Rennes, France2 CNRS, UMR 6251, IPR, 263 Avenue du Général Leclerc, 35042 Rennes Cedex, France.
 

 

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