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Dr Evgenii V. Antonov   Evgenii V. Antonov (Institute of Crystallography, Lab. of High-Temperature Crystallization, Russian Academy of Sciences, 59 Leninsky prosp., Russia, Russian Federation)
General scientific interests: crystal growth.
Detailed scientific research interests: Bridgman Stockbarger technique, high-temperature crystallization, optical property, real structure.
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Dr Paul Becker   Paul Becker (Univ. de Metz, Centre Lorrain Opt. Electron. Solide2 rue Edouard Belin, France)
General scientific interests: crystal growth.
Detailed scientific research interests: inorganic, optical property, organic.
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Professor Dr Anton Beran   Anton Beran (Institut für Mineralogie und Kristallographie, Universität Wien - GeozentrumAlthanstraße 14, Austria)
General scientific interests: ceramics, crystal chemistry, defects, hydrogen bonding, materials science, minerals, silicates, X-ray diffraction.
Detailed scientific research interests: ceramic precursors, gemology, infrared, microscopy, mineralization, optical property, reflected light microscopy, spectroscopy, trace hydrogen in minerals.
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Professor Jacques Bouillot   Jacques Bouillot (Faculté Annecienne de Sciences et Techniques, av. de la Plaine, France)
Detailed scientific research interests: electrooptics, ferroelectricity, nonlinear property, optical property.
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Dr Etelvina de Matos Gomes   Etelvina de Matos Gomes (Universidade do Minho, Departamento de Fisica, Largo do Paço, Braga Codex, Portugal)
Detailed scientific research interests: absolute structure, dielectrics, diffraction, micelles, non-linear property, optical activity, phase transition.
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Mr Kunal Jha   Kunal Jha (Chemistry, Shiv Nadar University, India)
General scientific interests: chemical crystallography, crystal engineering, organic compounds, small molecules, structural chemistry.
Detailed scientific research interests: crystal engenieering, Non linear optical property of organic molecular crystals.
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Dr Werner Kaminsky   Werner Kaminsky (Department of Chemistry, University of Washington, USA)
General scientific interests: physical crystallography, structure determination.
Detailed scientific research interests: correlation between structure and optical property.
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 Douglas A. Keszler   Douglas A. Keszler (Oregon State University, Dept of Chemistry, USA)
Detailed scientific research interests: chemistry, optical property, solid state, synthesis.
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Dr Ki-Soo Kim   Ki-Soo Kim (Elec. & Magn. Mat's Dept., Research center, Ssang Yong Cement Ind. Co., 5-1 Shinsungdong Yuseong, Korea, Taejon, Korea, Republic of)
Detailed scientific research interests: crystal physics, elasticity, electrochemistry, optical property, sensor.
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Professor Dr  Elisabeth Ch. Kirchner   Elisabeth Ch. Kirchner (Institut für Mineralogie, Universität Salzburg, Hellbrunnerstraße 34, Austria)
General scientific interests: Rietveld method.
Detailed scientific research interests: chemistry, diffractometry, main/trace elements, mineralogy, optical property, petrography, volcanology.
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