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Proposals for ECM22-Budapest

Dear members of the ECA computing Sig #9,

Based on the (limited) number of proposals, the following has been 
forwarded to the ECM Program committee:

	Proposals from SIG #9 for ECM22

1) Planary speaker: Randy Read

2) Microsymposia

	- Crystal structure validation challenges and tools.

        - Advances and pitfalls in automated structure determination.

        - Crystallographic graphics tools and user interfaces.
        - Real-time macromolecular structure refinement.

Past experience learns that computing related sessions are always well

Best wishes

Ton Spek

Chairman of ECA-SIG #9

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