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[en] This publication gathers Power Point presentations and texts of contributions to a meeting. The contributions contains activity reports, presentations of works and researches, lists of publications related to different programs, experiments and projects. They more particularly address the issue of nuclear data within the IN2P3 (general objectives of studies on nuclear data; study framework within the IN2P3; presentation of topics such as production of major and minor actinides, core reactivity and regeneration performance, gamma emission, residual heat and radiotoxicity, benchmarks and data validation, transverse needs such as uncertainty management, modelling and assessment; required tools), accelerators for the ADSs or Accelerator Driven Systems (requirements regarding beams, concept of ADS accelerator, R and D activities on the injector and on the main linac), physics experiments and reactor technology (reactor physics for Accelerator Driven Systems with the MUSE program and the GUINEVERE and FREYA projects; the FFFER experiment for molten salt reactors), the n2EDM project for the measurement of the neutron dipole moment, the nEDM experiment (physics motivations, status of the PSI UCN source, status of the running EDM experiment in terms of systematics and statistical sensitivity), assessment and prospective for systems studies and scenarios (study of innovative systems for the uranium-plutonium cycle and transmutation and for the thorium-uranium cycle, development of methods, tools and computing codes for neutronics and fuel evolution, for safety and for uncertainty propagation, study of scenarios for the nuclear fuel, for the thorium cycle, for proliferation, for technical-economic aspects), an analysis of prompt decay experiments for ADS reactivity monitoring at Venus-F facility, reactivity monitoring using the area method for the subcritical venus-F core within the framework of the FREYA project, proposal for an IN2P3 contribution to the n2EDM project at PSI.