Institut Laue-Langevin (Belgium  = scientific member)



  1. What is ILL?

The Laue-Langevin Institute is an international research center, at the forefront of neutron science and technology. As a world leader in its field, ILL offers scientists extremely bright neutron beams, feeding some 40 high-tech instruments in constant modernization.

As a service institute, each year, about 1400 researchers from more than 40 countries come to the ILL to carry out more than 800 experiments, selected by a committee of experts.

The Institut Laue-Langevin does not publish their tenders on an official webpage, twice a year they inform their ILOs about the tenders.

A classification and precise description of the technology and services used can be found on the ILL website.