Activités instrumentales nationales et internationales du LLB - National and internatonial instrumental activities at the LLB
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On its own and through the "Fédération Française de diffusion Neutronique", LLB is engaged on several instruments outside Saclay :

LLB has transfered its best SANS machine PA20 to PSI. Called now SANS-LLB will restart to be open to users mid of 2022.

LLB also bears also another project of new instruments at ILL :

  • GAPS a cold triple axis (not yet approved)

 

 
#2757 - Last update : 09/28 2021
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  DREAM: A versatile powder diffractometer with single crystal capabilities   Brief description DREAM is a time-of-flight diffractometer that is mainly dedicated to powder diffraction, but also offers single crystal capabilities.
Brief description SAM is a medium size small-angle neutron scattering (SANS) instrument, developed by the Laboratoire Léon Brillouin (LLB) in collaboration with the Institut Laue Langevin (ILL, Grenoble).
LLB is engaged at various levels in the construction of five spectrometers around ESS (European Spallation Source in Sweden) This is the Bifrost web page
LLB is engaged at various levels in the construction of five spectrometers around ESS (European Spallation Source in Sweden) This is the Cspec web page
The Laboratoire Léon Brillouin (LLB) holds the French expertise in neutron science and related instrumentation. LLB is engaged in the upgrade of IN6 through a CRG contract of type A. This upgrade has been performed during the 2019 shutdown of ILL. this is the SHARP project ("Spectromètre Hybride Alpes Région Parisienne" ). LLB is now in charge of the new Sharp spectrometer that was in operation during the last reactor cycle of 2021.
MAGiC: a polarised single crystal diffractometer   Brief description MAGiC is a polarized time-of-flight single-crystal diffractometer dedicated to the study of magnetic properties in both applied and purely fundamental systems. Its development and construction are supported by a French/German/Swiss consortium, relying on a mesh of unique and complementary technical and scientific expertise.
LLB is engaged at various levels in the construction of five spectrometers around ESS (European Spallation Source in Sweden). Skadi-2020-09.pdf

 

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