31st Annual Meeting of the German Crystallographic Society (DGK)

The aim of the German Society for Crystallography (DGK) is to bring together all those active in the field of crystallography in order to foster the exchange of scientific experience and ideas as well as further training on a national and international level and to promote crystallography in teaching, research, and industrial practice and in the public.

Topics

  • Bio-Crystallography I: Signaling, macromolecular interactions and new structures
  • Bio-Crystallography II: Other technologies (neutron diffraction, small angle scattering)
  • Bio-Crystallography III: Structure-based design
  • Bio-Crystallography IV: Synchrotrons and high throughput methods
  • Minerals
  • Inorganic crystal structures
  • Crystallography in Materials Sciences
  • Micro- and nano-crystalline materials (powder diffraction, disordered material)
  • Extreme/non-ambient and high-pressure conditions
  • Theoretical crystallography
  • Solid state physics in crystallography
  • Organic molecules and coordination compounds
  • Computational methods
  • Teaching
  • Young crystallographers
  • Instrumentation and technology development
  • Neutron scattering
  • Electron crystallography and microscopy
  • Spectroscopy
  • Complex, aperiodic and disordered structures
  • Crystallography in art and heritage

Selected Speakers

  • Hartmut Michel, Max-Planck-Institute of Biophysics / DE
  • Frank von Delft. University of Oxford / GB
  • Juan-Manuel Garcia-Ruiz, Spanish National Research Council | University of Granada / ES
  • Julia Dshemuchadse, Cornell University / US
  • Elena Bykova, University of Bayreuth / DE
  • Yasar Krysiak, University of Hannover / DE
  • Jordi Benet Buchholz, ICIQ The Barcelona Institute of Science and Technologie / ES
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