The post-doc work will be focused on the measurement of the current density and of the water distributions in an operating fuel cell with a real design, in order to give a better understanding of PEMFC operation as a function of the operating parameters (Temperature, Gas hydration, Pressure, Gas composition). The measurement of the distribution of the current density will be performed using a reliable commercial setup on a full size cell. CEA developed a technique based on Small Angle Neutron Scattering (SANS) as a non-intrusive tool in order to quantify the water distribution during fuel cell operation within and without the membrane. CEA benefits for international recognition on this topic. These measurements will be conducted in high flux neutron reactors, such Institut Laue Langevin (ILL). Some specific high and low resolution neutron imaging experiments could be also be conducting additionally in order to have a complete 3D view of water repartition.