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Dear Colleagues, we are pleased to invite you and your students to attend the 6th European Crystallographic School to be held in Budapest, Hungary 5-11 July 2020 under the auspices of the European Crystallographic Association and International Union of Crystallography. Most eminent international scientists have accepted the invitation to travel to Budapest and teach at the school. Excellent Hungarian scientists complete the team being all together two dozens of teachers covering the wide field of crystallography.
We welcome participants: undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate students, postdocs, young scientists and professionals from the fields of chemistry, biology, solid state sciences who are seeking to participate on an intensive course in crystallography. Theoretical and practical lectures, hands-on tutorials, laboratory practices are planned. Poster sessions will be organised to students to present their results. The school will be useful in further academic development of the participants offering a training for new generations of crystallographers.
The organisers of ECS6 work hard to have a new school which can reach the success of the previous ones. The members of the Local Organising Committee represent all institutions where crystallographic activity takes place in Hungary, beside the above mentioned RCNS, Eötvös and Budapest Universities, the Wigner Institute, the Universities of Debrecen and Szeged.
The Research Centre for Natural Sciences (RCNS), Hungarian Academy of Sciences Centre of Excellence will host the School. The venue is close to the Danube, next to the building where the European Crystallographic Meeting took place in 2004, and next to the mole where the A38 Ship is lain at anchor and offers the conference dinner. The RCNS provides the lecture theatres, seminar rooms, poster and exhibition area. There are three labs equipped with single crystal diffractometers available for practical training within a circle with 1 km of diameter: Eötvös University of Sciences and Budapest University of Technology and Economics.
The social programme includes the Opening mixer, a concert of the Chemical Singers, banquet on A38 Ship, and the last day is left for Budapest sightseeing. Accommodation from hotels to student hostels is available mainly in walking distance. Bursary for travel and accommodation is provided to students thanks to ECA and IUCr.
Hungary is situated in the centre of both Europe and the Carpathian Basin, with her capital Budapest bisected by the River Danube. Aquincum (now Old Buda) was the north-easternmost castrum of the Roman Empire. The magnificent bridges symbolize the unity of East and West Europe. The panorama of the city along the riverside, the ring of surrounding hills, and the hot-water springs (with excellent medical properties) nourishing a chain of swimming pools offer visitors delightful hours, which may be followed by meals in wonderful restaurants or cold cellars sipping excellent Hungarian wines. We hope that we can share our city with you; we are sure that you will enjoy your stay.
(Chair of local organising committee)
- Symmetries, point groups, space groups, periodicity, unit cell
- Diffraction physics
- Sources, detectors, future possibilities
- Crystallization small molecule
- Protein production, purification, crystallization
- Data collection, reduction, analysis
- Structure solutions, refinement
- Crystallographic databases (CSD, PDB)
- Phasing and model building, disorder, twinning
- Polymorphism, crystal engineering, supramolecular chemistry
- Powder diffraction, Rietveld
- Structure analysis and quality control
- Data validation, cif and data handling
- Non-ambient conditions
- Small angle scattering
- Electron microscopy
- NMR and crystallography, NMR-crystallography
- Structure-property relationship