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Dr Toru Asahi   Toru Asahi (Department of Life Science and Medical Bioscience (Asahi Lab.), Waseda University, Japan)
Detailed scientific research interests: birefringence, chirality, circular dichroism, condensed matter, ferroelectricity, high-accuracy universal polarimeter, linear dichroism, optical activity, phase transition, photochemistry.
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Dr Aurelian Catalin Galca   Aurelian Catalin Galca (Multifunctional Materials and Structures Laboratory, National Institute of Materials Physics, Romania)
General scientific interests: alloys, epitaxy, texture, thin films, X-ray diffraction.
Detailed scientific research interests: advanced materials, amorphous semiconductors, anisotropy, binary and multinary oxides birefringence, coatings, colloids, crystallography of thin layers chalcogenides.
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Professor Dr Wilfried Schranz   Wilfried Schranz (Institut für Experimentalphysik, Universität Wien, Austria)
General scientific interests: clusters, defects, diffuse scattering, disorder, X-ray diffraction.
Detailed scientific research interests: birefringence, domain structure, group theory, materials at extreme conditions, phase transition, statistical thermodynamics, structural disorder, ultrasonics.
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Dr Ian G. Wood   Ian G. Wood (Centre for Materials Research, University College London, United Kingdom)
General scientific interests: powder diffraction.
Detailed scientific research interests: mineralogy, optical birefringence, phase transition.
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