Dr. Nicolas Alamanos

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    CEA, IRFU; F-91191 Gif-sur-Yvette, France, France

    Dr. Nicolas Alamanos, Institut de Recherche sur les lois Fondamentales de l'Univers, CEA Saclay, France (IRFU).

    A short Curriculum Vitae

    Figure 1: Nicolas Alamanos

    Nicolas Alamanos is Deputy Director of the Institute of Research into the Fundamental Laws of the Universe (IRFU) and Research Director at CEA Saclay working in the domain of fundamental research in Nuclear Physics.

    During his scientific career, he has served on many scientific and program advisory committees and has occupied different managerial positions. Most notably he has been president of GANIL’s scientific council and director of Saclay Nuclear Physics Division.

    He is a member or evaluator of many national committees – ANR (France), ARISTEIA (GRECE), FRS-FNRS (Belgium), STFC (England).

    He is currently a member of GANIL’s Directorate committee, of GANIL/SPIRAL2 scientific council, of GANIL’s program advisory committee, scientific counselor of the European program “CEA-Euro talents” in the domain of high energy physics and physics of the universe, Secretary of the Joint (DSM-IN2P3) committee (Comité de Concertation Thématique pour la Physique Nucléaire de Haute Energie), chairperson of the governing board of the European project CHANDA….

    He is member of three bilateral coordination committees, Member of the steering committee of the SARAF project, of the In-Kind committee of the project FAIR

    In addition to his various scientific and administrative duties, he has always been very active editorially: beyond having been a member of the editorial board of EPJA for many years, from January 2013 he has been nominated editor in chief of EPJA for the experimental physics section and Managing Reviews editor for the experimental physics section.

    He is also the Editor of the Scholarpedia Encyclopedia of Nuclear Physics.

    Since 2009 he is member of the GSI-GENCO community.

    At Saclay, may 2014

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