Neutron scattering

Neutron scattering techniques are privileged tools to probe soft matter. This is mainly due to their strong interaction with protons (H¹) which differs widely from that with deuteriums (H²), allowing the labelling of organic molecules.

These techniques are not the only ones I have used and developped for my own experimental researches . But in parallel to these from 1993 to 2019, it was a part of my job at Laboratoire Léon Brillouin (the french neutron research facility ) to host scientists from all over the world to perfom their experiments on the small angle scattering spectrometer PACE and latter on the time-of-flight reflectometer HERMES and to guarantee the quality of the measurements they made there.

Below is a selection of papers related to this aspect of my activity.