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Request for comment (Cracow1001)

Dear Subsribers to the COMSIG:

Following are the proposed three halfday sessions by our SIG for the
Cracow2001 ECM meeting.

Please feel free to comment and offer suggestions for sub-topics (?)

Best wishes

Ton Spek

Halfday sessions proposed by the Computing SIG for Cracow2001

1 - "New Algorithms for New Structural Problems"

    Suggested Chairpersons: P.Main, V.Lunin, D. Watkin

    (In collaboration with the Macromolecular Sig.

		Structure Validation of Macromolecules
                New Solution Search Algoritms
                New Mathematical Techniques for Crystallographic Problems

2 - "Advanced Computational Tools for Small Molecules and Materials"

    Suggested Chairpersons: A.L.Spek, D.Viterbo, L. Cranswick

		Stucture Validation
                WEB-based ...
                Tools for Finding out the Twin-law
                Tools for the identification of (pseudo) symmetry
                Non-Standard Processing of CCD data

3 - "Computing and Teaching"

    Suggested Chairpersons: V. Chernyshev, K. Cowtan, (Poland ?)

    (In collaboration with the Teching SIG)   
		Tools available from the WEB

Computing Commission:

Chairman:		Ton Spek (a.l.spek@chem.uu.nl)
Deputy Chairman: 	Lachlan Cranswick (l.cranswick@dl.ac.uk
Secretary:		Alexandre Urzhumtsev (sacha@lcm3b.u-nancy.fr)

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