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ECACOMSIG: Re: Sept 15 Deadline for proposals.

Based on the messages sent (and hopefully I have not mislaid the plot more
than usual):

Would it be worth while having a small molecule/powder diffraction session
and a separate macromolecular session on the topic of automation?


>There is a suggested session for the macro-molercular SIG on automation
>- that list is still circulating but maybe something could be combined?
>Eleanor Dodson

>> Dear Computing SIG members,
>>         The deadline for the submission of proposals for sessions at
>> the DURBAN-2003 meeting is approaching rapidly (Sept 15).
>>         Up to now, we received only suggestions for a macromolecular
>> computing session (Thanks!).
>> No proposal for a small molecule computing session reached this list yet.
>> For that reason I offer the following suggestion:
>> "Automatic Structure Determination Software: What has been achieved so far?
>>  What are the problems to be solved?"
>> This is certainly a hot issue diffractometer suppliers are working on.
>> However, it will be healthy to know about the public domain options as
>> well. Anyway, automation can be a rich source of interesting problems
>> to be addressed and solved.
>> Best wishes
>> Ton Spek
>> Chairman of the ECA-Computing Commission
>> --

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