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Re: ECM2001/Krakow

Dear Ton, 
we have received a first  answer from Bryant York (U.S.A.), he wrote to

> We have made very good progress on the nonabelian
> fourier transforms and would like to see if we can apply them in
> crystallographic work.

This kind of work could be very interesting for crystallographers.
We expect that Bryant could be involved in microsymposium.
As soon as he will write again to Carmelo, I'll notify you.

Best regards,

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