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IntroductionLatest addition : 27 October 2008.
Understanding and controlling the parameters driving the lifetime of equipments remains one of the major technical challenges for industries in a wide range of activities.
Moreover, irradiation is a very efficient experimental tool to modify and to control the evolution of material properties at the nanometric scale. As an example, it plays an important role in microelectronics component production, circuit manufacturing and in opto-electronics, and contributes to the development of nanometric technology, one of the most active application fields in condensed matter.
JANNuS as a joint CEA-CNRS-Univ Paris-Sud experimental platform, under the auspices of Université Paris-Saclay
Around an ion irradiation facility unique in Europe, JANNuS federates major technical and scientific skills in the fields of ion beam assisted synthesis, implantation/irradiation induced modification of materials and characterization of irradiated solids and surfaces.
JANNuS-Orsay is managed by CSNSM (CNRS/IN2P3 and Université Paris-Sud). JANNuS-Saclay is managed by CEA/DEN. Both facilities are linked by a Grouping of Scientific Interest (GIS) since 2005.
JANNuS, established on two neighbour sites (Orsay and Saclay) offers to the international academic community the opportunity to perform irradiation experiments (associated or not to in situ characterization such as TEM, Raman or IBA) on promising advanced materials. Proposals can be submitted to JANNuS via the EMIR website each year (October). A 2k€ fee is requested per accepted experiment.
JANNuS is also open to industrial contracts. Please contact us for specific terms.
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