Magnetism and Neutron Diffraction (MDN)

Credit: ESRF/P. Ginter

The MDN laboratory was created by L. Néel and E.F. Bertaut in the early sixties in order to study condensed matter physics by means of neutron scattering techniques.

Since 1995, its activity is based on the operation of three CRG intruments (IN12, IN22 and D23) installed at Institut Laue Langevin.

The laboratory is specialized in :
- Fundamental study of magnetism and superconductivity.
- The developpment of high-performance neutron instrumentation.


Last update : 07/25 2017 (258)

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Experimental techniques and facilities at MDN : MDN laboratory operates four CRG instruments located at Institut Laue Langevin : The cold neutron three-axis spectrometer IN12 in collaboration with FZJ, Germany. The thermal neutron three-axis spectrometer IN22. The thermal neutron two-axis diffractometer for single crystals ... More »
Open positions at MDN : Master student, PhD students and Post-doc are welcome to apply for positions.
People at MDN : Researchers   Frédéric Bourdarot Béatrice Grenier Stéphane Raymond Louis-Pierre Regnault Eric Ressouche   Technical support Pascal Fouilloux Bernard Geffray Benjamin Longuet Frédéric Mantegazza Bruno ... More »
Research activities at MDN : Strongly Correlated Electron Systems Quantum Phase Transitions Unconventional superconductivity Quantum Spin Systems Frustrated Magnetism


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