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Dr Gerrit Admiraal   Gerrit Admiraal (Esdoornlaan 1, 3474 HG Zegveld, The Netherlands, Netherlands)
General scientific interests: computing, peptides.
Detailed scientific research interests: DNA structure, Patterson method.
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Professor Dr Paul T. Beurskens   Paul T. Beurskens (Lab. voor KristallografieU. NijmegenToernooiveld6525 ED The Netherlands, Nijmegen, Netherlands)
General scientific interests: computing, direct methods.
Detailed scientific research interests: automation, crystal structure determination, Patterson method.
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 Jakob Bohr   Jakob Bohr (Physics Department, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark)
General scientific interests: magnetism, synchrotron radiation.
Detailed scientific research interests: critical phenomena, diffraction, fractal, melting, molecular beam, Patterson method.
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Dr Michael Alexander Estermann   Michael Alexander Estermann (Previously at Laboratorium für Kristallographie , ETH Zentrum, Switzerland)
General scientific interests: powder diffraction, structure determination, synchrotron radiation.
Detailed scientific research interests: direct method, Patterson method, quasicrystal.
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Dr Peter Main   Peter Main (Department of Physics, University of York, United Kingdom)
General scientific interests: phase determination.
Detailed scientific research interests: direct method, double Patterson method, image processing.
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Professor Christer E. Nordman   Christer E. Nordman (Department of Chemistry, University of Michigan, USA)
General scientific interests: computing.
Detailed scientific research interests: biological structure, Patterson method.
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