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Henri Paul Louis Condé, Swedish physicist. Fellow Swedish Physical Society.


Condé, Henri Paul Louis was born on September 2, 1930 in Stockholm. Son of Louis Fredrik and Elisabeth (Bergman) Condé.


Master Engineering, Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, 1955. Licence in Technology, Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, 1963. Doctor of Science in Technology, Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, 1965.


Laborator Swedish National Defense Establishment, Stockholm, 1955-1995. Associate professor Royal Institute of Technology, 1965. Adjunct professor department neutron research Uppsala (Sweden) University, 1983—1995.

Neutron nuclear data expert. Member nuclear data committee Organization of European Cooperation and Development/Nuc. Energy Agency, 1968—1991, chairman group of experts on nuclear data, 1970—1977.

Member nuclear data committee International Atomic Energy Agency, Vienna, 1971—1997. Chairman Swedish Nuclear Data Committee, 1972—1995. Member Swedish committee on data for science and technical International Council of Scientific Unions/Swedish Academy of Sciences, Stockholm, since 1974.

Chairman expert group on accelerator-driven transmutation of nuclear waste Swedish Nuclear Power Inspectorate, 1996—2003. Advisor European Union Fusion Technology Programme, European Committee, Brussels, 1999—2000. Consultant Swedish National Council Nuclear Waste, 2002—2004.


Fellow Swedish Physical Society.


Married Siv Berit Kahl, May 16, 1959. Children: Carina, Johan.

Louis Fredrik Condé

Elisabeth (Bergman) Condé

Siv Berit Kahl

Carina Condé

Johan Condé