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Proposed Cracow2001/COMSIG sessions (update)


Dear Subsribers to the COMSIG:

Following are the proposed three halfday sessions proposed by our COMSIG 
for the Cracow2001 ECA meeting, updated following suggestions received sofar.

Best wishes

Ton Spek (Chaiman)

Halfday sessions proposed by the Computing SIG for Cracow2001

1 - "New Algorithms for Hard or New Structural Problems"

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

    (In collaboration with the Macromolecular Sig.)

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

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

    Suggested Chairpersons: A.L.Spek, L. Cranswick, G. Cascarano

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

3 - "Computing and Teaching"

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

    (In collaboration with the Teching SIG)   
		Tools available from the WEB
		Courses 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.uhp-nancy.fr)

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