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Dr Leonid E. Fykin   Leonid E. Fykin (Karpov Institute of Physical Chemistry, Lab. for Structural Studies, Obninsk Branch, Obninsk, Region, Russia, Russian Federation)
Detailed scientific research interests: atomic structure dielectrics, crystal structure nonstoichiometry fluorine compounds, neutron diffraction monocrystal, structural analysis, superionic conductor.
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Dr Shoji Kashida   Shoji Kashida (Department of Environmental Science, Niigata University, Japan)
Detailed scientific research interests: incommensurate, Jahn Teller effect, neutron diffraction, nonstoichiometry, phase transition, semiconductor, superionic.
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Dr Ulrich Friedrich Lochner   Ulrich Friedrich Löchner (Alsenstr. 55, Bochum, Germany)
General scientific interests: aperiodic crystals, catalysis, chemical crystallography, crystal chemistry, crystal growth, hydrogen bonding, incommensurate phases, inorganic compounds, instrumentation, materials science, modulated structures, phase determination, phase transitions, polymorphism, powder diffraction, quasicrystals, Rietveld method, structural chemistry, symmetry, synchrotron radiation, time-resolved studies, twinning, XAFS.
Detailed scientific research interests: crystallization, crystallography, disordered, EXAFS, hydrates, nonstoichiometry, powder, rare-earth compounds, systems.
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 Toshio Miyano   Toshio Miyano (Department of Science, Maizuru National College of Technology, Japan)
General scientific interests: ceramics, crystal chemistry, crystal growth, defects, disorder, electron diffraction, electron microscopy, incommensurate phases, inorganic compounds, modulated structures, oxides, phase determination, phase transitions, structure determination, thin films, X-ray diffraction.
Detailed scientific research interests: high-resolution electron microscopy, incommensurate structures, metallic oxides, nonstoichiometry, phase separation.
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Dr Boris P. Sobolev   Boris P. Sobolev (Laboratory of Fluoride Materials, Institute of Crystallography, Russian Federation)
General scientific interests: chemical crystallography, crystal growth, inorganic compounds.
Detailed scientific research interests: inorganic fluorine compounds, nonstoichiometry, structural disorder.
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Dr Gheorghe Udubasa   Gheorghe Udubasa (Geological Institute of Romania, Caransebes str. 1, Romania)
General scientific interests: crystal growth, geochemistry, minerals, oxides, X-ray diffraction.
Detailed scientific research interests: dissolution, gold compounds, graphite, hardening, mineralization, mineralogy, nonstoichiometry, paragenesis, reflected light microscopy, sulfides, tellurides, titanium compounds.
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Dr Pamela Whitfield   Pamela Whitfield (Excelsus Structural Solutions (Swiss) AG, Paul Scherrer Institute, Switzerland)
General scientific interests: ceramics, data collection and processing, Rietveld method, X-ray diffraction, X-ray optics.
Detailed scientific research interests: Diffraction instrumentation, Lithium batteries, Neutron diffraction, Nonstoichiometry, Oxide and silicate crystallography, Oxide ceramics, Perovskites, Powder diffraction, Rietveld analysis, Software.
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