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Professor Ezatollah Arzi   Ezatollah Arzi (Department of Physics, NanoPhysics Lab., University of Tehran, Iran)
General scientific interests: computer graphics, computing, crystal growth, Rietveld method, X-ray diffraction.
Detailed scientific research interests: Computational Crystallography, Crystal Structure and Phase Transition in Solidified Gases, Low Temperature Physics, Nanostructured Materials.
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Dr Javier Borge   Javier Borge (Departamento de Quimica Fisica y Analitica, Universidad de Oviedo, Spain)
Detailed scientific research interests: computational crystallography, cryoelectron microscopy, molecular replacement.
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Dr Axel T. Brunger   Axel T. Brunger (Department of Molecular and Cellular Physiology, Howard Hughes Medical Institute and Stanford Univ., USA)
General scientific interests: anomalous dispersion, biological crystallography, computer graphics, cryocrystallography, X-ray diffraction.
Detailed scientific research interests: computational methods, neurotransmitter release, X-ray crystallography.
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Dr Joseph S. Brunzelle   Joseph S. Brunzelle (Molecular Pharmacology and Biological Chemistry, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, USA)
General scientific interests: macromolecular crystallography.
Detailed scientific research interests: computational chemistry, protein structure function, small-molecule crystallography.
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 Raul E. Cachau   Raul E. Cachau (National Cancer Institute, Structural Biochemistry Program, NCI-FCRF, PO Box B, USA)
General scientific interests: molecular modelling.
Detailed scientific research interests: application development, biophysics, computational chemistry, crystallography, structural biochemistry.
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Dr Hengjiang Cong   Hengjiang Cong (State Key Laboratory of Microbial Technologies, School of Life Sciences, Shandong University, China)
General scientific interests: anomalous dispersion, aperiodic crystals, charge density, chemical crystallography, XAFS.
Detailed scientific research interests: Computational Physics, Electron Microscopy, X-ray Crystallography.
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Dr Edson Costa Santos   Edson Costa Santos (Mechanical Engineering, Kyushu University, Japan)
General scientific interests: alloys, cryocrystallography, crystal growth, databases, defects, electron diffraction, electron microscopy, epitaxy, imaging, Laue diffraction, metals, phase determination, phase transitions, physical crystallography, powder diffraction, residual stress, Rietveld method, surfaces, teaching and education, texture, X-ray diffraction.
Detailed scientific research interests: advanced materials and processing, aerospace alloys, coarsening, computational crystallography, computer programming in X-ray diffraction, crystal and powder X-ray diffraction structure analysis, crystal databases, crystal structure defects in crystals, epitaxial layer growth, high-power lasers, high-temperature diffraction, metallurgical superalloys, rapid solidification, reciprocal space mapping, single-crystal superalloys.
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Professor Dr Juan Francisco Van der Maelen   Juan Francisco Van der Maelen (Dpt. Química Física y Analítica, Univ. Oviedo, Spain)
General scientific interests: charge density, chemical crystallography, computing, hydrogen bonding, X-ray diffraction.
Detailed scientific research interests: ab-initio calculations, absorption corrections, algorithm resolution and refinement, atoms-in-molecules calculations, chemical physics, computational chemistry, computational crystallography, disordered structures, electronic structure calculations, experimental charge densities, history of physics, least-squares methods, linear algebra, macromolecular refinement, maximum likelihood.
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Dr David Eisenberg   David Eisenberg (Howard Hughes Medical Institute, 201 Boyer Hall, USA)
General scientific interests: biological crystallography, databases, hydrogen bonding, peptides, proteins, structural biology, teaching and education, X-ray diffraction.
Detailed scientific research interests: amyloid structure, computational biochemistry, protein crystallography, protein structure.
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Dr Nicholas M Glykos   Nicholas M Glykos (Molecular Biology and Genetics, Democritus University of Thrace, Greece)
General scientific interests: biological crystallography, computing, macromolecular crystallography, peptides, phase determination, proteins, structural biology, structure determination, teaching and education.
Detailed scientific research interests: ab-initio structure determination, biomacromolecular crystallography, computational crystallography, computer programming in X-ray, computer-aided crystallographic teaching, crystallographic structure determination, diffraction, electron microscopy and diffraction, folding, image reconstruction, molecular dynamics simulation, molecular replacement methods, software development.
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