"CNRS Collective Crystal" award ceremony, in the category "Direct support to research", on March 11, 2019 at the CNRS DR4 Directorate, to the "Small angles" team of the Léon Brillouin Laboratory (LLB, UMR 12 CEA / DRF- CNRS / InP).
The team, with Annie Brulet, Patrice Permingeat, Arnaud Helary, Gaston Exil, William Josse, Sébastien Gautrot, Sylvain Désert, Pascal Lavie, Fabien Prunès et Marc Detrez, designs, builds and implements neutron scattering spectrometers at small angles**, with a very high level of expertise allowing to bring the world's best instruments to the community.
Congratulations to the team!
(*) In 2018, the CNRS awards a new distinction "the collective Crystal", which awards teams of engineers, researchers and technicians for their innovative collective project or remarkable technique. This prize, which will be awarded every year, enriches the "Talents du CNRS" (CNRS medals and ERC projects). The winning projects of the "Cristal Collectif" concern both support and direct support to research and bring together multidisciplinary skills.