Commission on Crystallographic Computing
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2020 Nové Hrady Computing School - 17th to 22nd August 2020 at the Chateau Nové Hrady, Czechia. The School will take place just before the 25th Congress and General Assembly of the IUCr in Prague, Czechia (22nd - 30th August 2020). Details are already on the main Congress "Workshops and Satellites" link and will be reproduced here soon.
2017 Bangalore Crystallographic Computing School - 15th to 20th August 2017 at the Molecular Biophysics Unit of the Indian Institute of Science in Bangalore, India. The school took place just before the 24th Congress and General Assembly of the IUCr in Hyderabad, India (21st-28th August 2017).
2011 Mieres Crystallographic Computing School - 16th to 21st August, 2011, Ovida Centro Intergeneracional, Universidad de Oviedo, Spain.
2008 Kyoto Crystallographic Computing School - 18th to 23rd, August, 2008 Kansai Seminar House, Kyoto, Japan.
2008 Osaka Crystallographic Software Fayre - Tuesday 26th August - Friday 29th August 2008 at the IUCr 2008 Osaka congress
- Template for creating legends for group photos (MS-Word, MS-powerpoint and Adobe Illustrator)
Commissions and is responsible for supporting activities relating to crystallographic computing. This page reports on those activities and provides background information.
- IUCr CompComm Mandate
- IUCr CompComm Members
- IUCr CompComm Sponsored Schools
- compcomm-l - Discussion list of the IUCr Commission on Crystallographic Computing
- Crystallographic Computer Benchmark Information
- IUCr Sincris Software Database
- CCP14 (Collaborative Computational Project for Single Crystal and Powder Diffraction)
- Crystallography Source Code Museum
- Freely available source code and compilers
- IUCr Web Links
- 2008 Osaka Software Fayre
- Web Links
- International Union of Crystallography World List of Crystallographic Computer Programs First Edition (1962) - Editor: Prof. D. P. Shoemaker, Department of Chemistry, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts, U.S.A.
- International Union of Crystallography World List of Crystallographic Computer Programs Second Edition (1965) - Editor: Prof. D. P. Shoemaker, Department of Chemistry, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts, U.S.A.
- International Union of Crystallography World List of Crystallographic Computer Programs Third Edition (1973) - Editor: Gerard C. Bassi, C.N.R.S. Laboratoire de rayons X, Cedex No. 166, 38-Grenoble-Gare, France.
These pages are maintained by the Commission Last updated: 24 Jul 2020