Welcome session: Welcome session and Opening
- Hughes Metras (IRT Nanoelec)
- Caroline Boudou (Institut Laue-Langevin)
- François Legrand (IRT Nanoelec)
- Ennio Capria (European Synchrotron (ESRF))
This session welcomes all the participants with a general presentation of the IRT Nanoelec and its caracterisation program, which has extensive radiation hardness testing activities.
Pratical information about the workshop and short announcements will also take place during this session.
This Pitch-presentation will present the French Technological Research Institute Nanoelec and its technoloical programs.
This pitch-presentation will focus on the large-scale instruement characterisation program of the IRT Nanoelec. It will introduce the idea of a center of expertise in radiation hardness testing based in Grenoble. It will also briefly mention de PAC-G, service platform of the program.
The RADNEXT H2020 project, recently approved for funding by the European Commission, will enable access to worldwide radiation effects scientist and engineers to a broad network of facilities, aiming also at improving the quality of the related user support and making progress on the irradiation procedures covering emerging needs.