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Dr Carmen Ramirez de Arellano   Carmen Ramirez de Arellano (Quimica Organica, Universidad de Valencia, Spain)
General scientific interests: crystal engineering, hydrogen bonding, organic compounds, organometallic compounds, structural chemistry, X-ray diffraction.
Detailed scientific research interests: crystal packing, intermolecular interactions, organofluorine, organometallic & peptides structural chemistry.
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Ms Estefania Barreto   Estefania Barreto (C, Bogotá, Colombia)
General scientific interests: computing, drug design, molecular modelling, molecular recognition, proteins, X-ray diffraction.
Detailed scientific research interests: Bilayers membrane., GROMACS., Intermolecular interactions., Molecular structures., Pharmaceutical structure determination., PyMol., Simulation of biomolecular ions channels..
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Professor Valerio Bertolasi   Valerio Bertolasi (Università di Ferrara, Dip. di Chimica, Via L. Borsari 46, Italy)
General scientific interests: hydrogen bonding.
Detailed scientific research interests: chemical bonding, intermolecular interactions, molecular crystals, reaction pathways.
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Dr Rosa Carballo   Rosa Carballo (Química Inorgánica, Universidad de Vigo, Spain)
General scientific interests: chemical crystallography, coordination chemistry, crystal chemistry, crystal engineering, crystal growth, disorder, hydrogen bonding, inorganic compounds, materials science, organometallic compounds, structural chemistry, X-ray diffraction.
Detailed scientific research interests: Crysta engineering, inorganic and organic compounds inorganic and organic crystal structures, inorganic and organometallic compounds inorganic chemical crystallography, inorganic solids, inorganic structures, Metallosupramolecular chemistry, Weak intermolecular interactions.
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Professor Zbigniew Ciunik   Zbigniew Ciunik (Faculty of Chemistry, University of Wroclaw, Poland)
General scientific interests: biological crystallography, charge density, chemical crystallography, computer graphics, coordination chemistry, crystal chemistry, crystal engineering, data collection and processing, disorder, hydrogen bonding, instrumentation, materials science, molecular modelling, molecular recognition, organic compounds, polymorphism, structural chemistry, structure determination, teaching and education.
Detailed scientific research interests: weak intermolecular interactions and their consequences.
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Professor Ingeborg Csoregh   Ingeborg Csöregh (Department of Structural Chemistry, Stockholm University, Sweden)
General scientific interests: structural chemistry, structure determination, X-ray diffraction.
Detailed scientific research interests: intermolecular interactions, organic crystal chemistry, supramolecular chemistry.
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Dr Eugenia Estop   Eugenia Estop (Departament de Geologia, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain)
General scientific interests: diffuse scattering, disorder, imaging, materials science, neutron scattering, phase transitions, polymorphism, powder diffraction, Rietveld method, symmetry, teaching and education, texture, twinning, X-ray diffraction.
Detailed scientific research interests: background in powder diffraction, intermolecular interactions, lattice energy, molecular alloys, molecular motion, molecular packing, molecular thermal vibration, phase diagrams, rigid-body analysis, solid-state NMR.
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Dr Valeria Ferretti   Valeria Ferretti (Università di Ferrara, Dip. di ChimicaVia L. Borsari 46, Italy)
General scientific interests: chemical crystallography, computer graphics, drug design, hydrogen bonding, structural chemistry.
Detailed scientific research interests: intermolecular interactions, structure correlation methods.
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Professor Maria Gdaniec   Maria Gdaniec (Faculty of Chemistry, A. Mickiewicz University, Poland)
General scientific interests: chemical crystallography, crystal chemistry, crystal engineering, polymorphism, structural chemistry.
Detailed scientific research interests: inclusion compounds, optical activity, intermolecular interactions.
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Professor Michael Hursthouse   Michael Hursthouse (School of Chemistry, University of Southampton, United Kingdom)
General scientific interests: charge density, chemical crystallography, crystal engineering, databases, organic compounds.
Detailed scientific research interests: Assessment of packing features,, Development of diffraction instrumentation for chemical crystallography., High-throughput Chemical Crystallography., Intermolecular interactions, Organic solid forms - molecular, salts and co-crystals., Polymorphism,, Solid state reactions., Structural Systematics..
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