19th European Crystallography Meeting

Nancy, France

25 August  - 31 August 2000


Teaching Crystallography. B. Oleksyn, A. M. Glazer, U. Kolb, A. Hunter, M. Jaskolski, R. Neder.
Microsymposia
Teaching Crystallography. M. Jaskolski, A. Hunter, A. M. Glazer, R. Neder, B. J. Oleksyn, U. Kolb.
Microsymposia
Ferro-electricity and NLO materials. V. L. Jennings, P. A. Thomas, ?, E. Kroumova, ?, ?, S. Odunov.
Microsymposia
Ferro-electricity and NLO materials. Vincent Jennings, ?, Pamela Thomas, ?, Eli Kroumova, ?, Sergiy Odulov.
Microsymposia
Microporous Materials. ?, ?, ?, ?, ?, D. Viterbo, ?.
Microsymposia
Twinning symmetry and related physical properties. V. Kopskÿ, M. Nespolo, H. Klapper, V. Shekhtman, E. P. Kharitonova, G. Heger.
Microsymposia
Twinning symmetry and related physical properties. V. Kopskÿ, M. Nespolo, G. Heger, E. P. Kharitonova, H. Klapper, V. Shekhtman.
Microsymposia
Structural properties of low-dimensional systems. ?, ?, ?, ?, S. van Smaalen, ?.
Microsymposia
Industry and crystallography. ?, A. Pyzalla, ? ?.
Microsymposia
Low-dimensional carbon-based material structure-property relationships, potential use.
Microsymposia
Low-dimensional carbon-based material structure-property relationships, potential use. B. Sundqvist, ?, R. Moret, ?, ?, ?, C. Hérold.
Microsymposia
Surface crystallography structure. ?, ?, R. K. Feidenhans'l.
Microsymposia
Non-graphitic lamellar compounds: industrial applications, potential use.
Microsymposia
Microsymposia
State of the art of structure analysis using powder diffraction data. Lynne McCusker (right). Chair: D. Louër (left).
Plenary Lectures
Ab initio prediction of crystal structures. Bouke P. van Eijck (left). Chair: F. H. Allen (right).
Plenary Lectures
From Guinier's pioneering work to the study of charge density waves in low-dimensional conductors. Jean-Paul Pouget, Tadeusz Luty.
Plenary Lectures
The probabilistic theory of the structure invariants assuming a substructure to be known. Herbert A. Hauptman (left). Chair: C. Giacovazzo (right).
Plenary Lectures
X-ray diffraction, an efficient tool for industry: the case of cosmetic reseach. Jean-Luc Lévêque (right).
Plenary Lectures
Femtosecond imaging of biomolecules by X-rays. Janos Hajdu (right). Chair: K. Wilson (left).
Plenary Lectures

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