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Professor Keiichiro Ogawa   Keiichiro Ogawa (Department of Chemistry, The University of Tokyo, Japan)
General scientific interests: crystal chemistry, disorder, hydrogen bonding, organic compounds, structural chemistry.
Detailed scientific research interests: molecular crystal, molecular motion, organic chemistry, photochromism, thermochromism.
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Dr Jagarlapudi A. R. P. Sarma   Jagarlapudi A. R. P. Sarma (bioCampus, gvk bioSciences Inc., India)
General scientific interests: antibodies, biological crystallography, catalysis, Rietveld method, X-ray diffraction.
Detailed scientific research interests: Bioavailability, Cambridge Structural Database, Crystal Engineering, Databases generation and analysis, Docking and QSAR,, Drug Design and Agro-products,, Formulations of drugs, Guest-Host Complexes, Materials: Design, Synthesis, Molecular Mechanics and, Molecular Modelling, Non-centrosymmetry through molecular dissymmetry, Organic conductors based on EDA complexes, Organic synthsis, Phase Transitions, Photochemical and, Polymorphism & Pseudopolymorphism, Quantum Mechanics calculations, Rational Drug Design, Reactivity in Zeolites, segregated structures, SHG Molecular Crystals, Solid State Organic Chemistry, Sorption studies, Structure and Analogue Based, Thermal Reactions in solid state, Dynamics & Docking Studies,, Thermal stability of drugs, Thermochromism, X-Ray Crystallography.
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International Union of Crystallography

Scientific Union Member of the International Science Council (admitted 1947). Member of CODATA, the ISC Committee on Data. Partner with UNESCO, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization in the International Year of Crystallography 2014.

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