American Mathematical Society Section Meeting. Special Session on Modeling Crystalline and Quasi-Crystalline Materials.

Tampa, FL, USA

10 March - 11 March 2012


Jennifer E. Padilla. Programming Recursive Molecular Self Assembly.
Participants
Christopher E. Wilmer. Enumerating Chemically Detailed Crystals.
Participants
Ciprian S. Borcea. Frameworks with crystallographic symmetry.
Lectures
Chaim Goodman-Strauss. Recent Crystallographic Sculpture.
Lectures
An example from Chaim Goodman-Strauss's lecture Recent Crystallographic Sculpture, illustrating Conway's recent classification of the 'Prime' crystallographic space groups.
Lectures
An example from Chaim Goodman-Strauss's lecture Recent Crystallographic Sculpture, illustrating Conway's recent classification of the 'Prime' crystallographic space groups.
Lectures
Chaim Goodman-Strauss. Recent Crystallographic Sculpture.
Lectures
Jean-Guillaume Eon. Non-crystallographic nets with a system of imprimitivity for bounded automorphisms.
Lectures
Jean-Guillaume Eon. Non-crystallographic nets with a system of imprimitivity for bounded automorphisms.
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Venkatraman Gopalan. Roto symmetries in crystals and handed structures.
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Egon Schulte: Polyhedral Complexes for Crystallographic Groups.
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Toshikazu Sunada: Discrete Abel-Jacobi maps and Crystallography.
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Joy Marie D'Andrea: Transversals of Crystal Nets.
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Joy Marie D'Andrea and Gregory McColm.
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Thomas Dickerson. Computational Generation of Crystal Nets.
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Thomas Dickerson. Computational Generation of Crystal Nets.
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Marjorie Senechal. Icosahedra: stem cells of the solid state?
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Marjorie Senechal. Icosahedra: stem cells of the solid state?
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Massimo Nespolo and Gregory McColm.
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Massimo Nespolo. Analysis of crystal structures in terms of the eigensymmetry of crystallographic orbits and its application to twinned crystals.
Lectures
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