Visite of the Megajoule Laser:

Friday June 3rd at 9 H

The Megajoule Laser facility (LMJ) is a key component of CEA's Simulation Program. Its purpose is to study, at a very small scale, the behavior of materials under extreme conditions similar to those reached during the operation of nuclear weapons. The LMJ is designed to deliver, in a few billionths of a second, more than one million joules of light energy to targets measuring a few millimeters in size. It was officially commissioned on October 23, 2014, with the performance of a first series of experiments.

 

More information are available on: http://www-lmj.cea.fr/en/lmj/index.htm

 


TOP- The LMJ in December 2013. BOTOM LEFT - One of the four laser halls.
BOTOM RIGHT - The LMJ's experimental chamber, installed in November 2006. © CEA

 

The Megajoule project manager will guide us all around the facility and will present in a scientific way the features of this world-wide unique installation.

 

The access of this area is restricted by the French government.

 

 

If you would like to participate please contact us!