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Dr Takanao Asahi   Takanao Asahi (Department of Physics, Biology and Informatics, Faculty of Science, Yamaguchi University, Japan)
General scientific interests: diffuse scattering, ferroelectrics, high pressure, incommensurate phases, modulated structures, phase transitions, structure determination, X-ray diffraction.
Detailed scientific research interests: dielectrics, ferroelastics.
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Professor Mark Hollingsworth   Mark Hollingsworth (Department of Chemistry, Kansas State University, USA)
General scientific interests: aperiodic crystals, chemical crystallography, crystal chemistry, crystal engineering, crystal growth, diffuse scattering, disorder, epitaxy, ferroelectrics, ferroic materials, hydrogen bonding, incommensurate phases, materials science, modulated structures, molecular recognition, neutron scattering, organic compounds, phase transitions, physical crystallography, polymorphism, small molecules, structural chemistry, structure-activity relationships, synchrotron radiation, teaching and education, twinning, X-ray diffraction, X-ray topography.
Detailed scientific research interests: crystal engineering, crystal growth, ferroelastics, ferroelectrics, molecular recognition.
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Professor Frode Mo   Frode Mo (Physics, Norwegian Univ. of Science and Technology, Norway)
General scientific interests: chemical crystallography, ferroic materials, materials science, physical crystallography, synchrotron radiation, X-ray diffraction.
Detailed scientific research interests: applied synchrotron radiation, diffuse scattering, ferroelastics, ferroelectrics, high-precision structure, instrumentation, multiple scattering, phase transitions, physical phase determination, teaching and education, thin films, time-resolved studies.
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