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Re: ECM21-Durban Request for Proposals for Computing Sessions

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  • Subject: Re: ECM21-Durban Request for Proposals for Computing Sessions
  • From: Alexandre Urzhumtsev/Ourjoumtsev <sacha@lcm3b.uhp-nancy.fr>
  • Date: Wed, 4 Sep 2002 08:41:38 +0100 (BST)
Dear members of our SIG,

Thank you, Ton, for your reminder on the ECM-21 organisation.

The deadline for our suggestions for the MSs at the ECM-21 is approaching.

My suggestion consern mostly macromolecular staff, I would suggest (if 
nobody more suggested yet) the title "New algorithms and software for 
macromolecular crystallography".

For sure, the list of possible chaipessons and speakers are quite similar.

As chairpersons, I can propose (in decreasing order) :

K.Diederichs (Konstanz, Germany)
V. Lunin (Pushchino, Russia)
G. Murshudov (York, UK)
T. Schneider (Goettingen, Germany)
P. Gros (Utrecht, Netherlands)

As speakers, I can propose (also in decreasing order) :

V. Lunin (Pushchino, Russia)
R. Read (Cambridge ?; UK)
T. Schneider (Goettingen, Germany)
G. Murshudov (York, UK)

I have no idea whether some of them suppose to come to Durban or not. 
Viewing the possible high price of a trip,it would be nice to know first 
whether there will be a subvensions for speakers/chaipersons or not ?

I have no much ideas about other MSs. The only that I can suggest is 
K.Hendrick (Daresbury?, UK) as a chaiperson for Databases.



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