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International Year of Crystallography
Universidad Nacional de La Plata

International Union of Crystallography
Commission on Mathematical and Theoretical Crystallography

International School on Fundamental Crystallography
Fourth MaThCryst school in Latin America

La Plata, Argentina, 27 April - 3 May 2014

The Commission on Mathematical and Theoretical Crystallography is strongly committed to promote education in all the fundamental aspects of crystallography that nowadays are overlooked in common University courses. This mission is accomplished through a series of meetings in a wide range of regions. In spring 2014 we organized a school in Argentina, in continuation of our activity in the region after the previous shools in Havana, in Montevideo and in Uberlândia.

Scientific Program

Optional pre-school day: Sunday, April 27

Lecturers: Ernesto Estévez Rams and Leopoldo Suescun
Tutors: Ana Bianchi, C. Gustavo Pozzi, M. Susana Conconi

Monday, 28 April 28 to Friday, 2 May

SECTION I: INTRODUCTION AND BASIC CONCEPTS

Lecturers: Massimo Nespolo, Mois I. Aroyo
Tutors: Ernesto Estévez Rams and Raimundo Lora Serrano

SECTION II: CRYSTALLOGRAPHY IN DIRECT SPACE

Lecturers: Massimo Nespolo, Mois I. Aroyo
Tutors: Leopoldo Suescun, Gustavo Echeverría

SECTION III: CRYSTALLOGRAPHY IN RECIPROCAL SPACE

Lecturers: Ernesto Estevez Rams, Leopoldo Suescun
Tutors: Gustavo Echeverría, Raimundo Lora Serrano

SECTION IV: CRYSTALLOGRAPHY ONLINE

Lecturers: Massimo Nespolo, Mois I. Aroyo
Tutor: Leopoldo Suescun

Workshop on twinning (Saturday 3 May)

Lecturers: Massimo Nespolo, Lee Daniels (Agilent)

Posters exhibition

Monday, April 28 to Saturday, May 3

Notes:

The official language of the school was English but the presence of Spanish and Portuguese speaking tutors familiarized in advance with the lectures has provided assistance to those needing it by translation or answering questions on the topic.

International Program Committee

Local Organizing Committee

Didactic material

List of participants

NameSurnameCountryE-mail
1SebastianSuarezArgentina
2CarinaGaviglioArgentina
3Pablo EduardoRosiArgentina
4Pablo SalvadorGaunaArgentina
5Salvador IvanDrusinArgentina
6Giuliano AndrésBassoArgentina
7Silvana Deisy PaulinaTumminelloArgentina
8Juan PabloBollettaArgentina
9Heidy LorenaCalamba PulgarinArgentina m
10Maria LucianaMontesArgentina
11Zuly YulianaDelgado EspinosaArgentina
12Christian DavidAlcivar LeónArgentina
13Yanina BerruetaMartinezArgentina
14MatiasGaunaArgentina
15Arles GilRebzaArgentina
16Guillermo ArturoMuñoz MedinaArgentina
17JuanNerviArgentina
18AnaPiottoArgentina
19Fernando GarciaReyesArgentina
20JavierMartinezArgentina
21Wilma Gladis TiconaChambiBolivia
22Marcelo GabinoGonsalez SaiqueBolivia
23Marcelo Barbosade AndradeBrasil
24Richard FernandoDvriesBrasil
25Iuri StefaniBrandtBrasil
26Gerson Andersonde Carvalho LopezBrasil
27Giovany OrozcoHernandezColombia
28Maria Liliana OspinaCastroColombia
29AndreasReiberColombia
30Melissa CamachoElizondoCosta Rica
31Alfredo MartinezGarciaMexico
32Shunashi DehesaBlasMexico
33Gabriel BernardoRios ValerPeru
34Maria LuisaCerón LoaysaPeru
35Guzman AndrésPeinado LerenaUruguay
36Esteban AlexanderRodriguez ArceUruguay
37DanielMastUSA

Contact:

For inquiries about the scientifi program, please contact . For all inquiries about the organisation, please contact:
Prof. Gustavo Echeverría
Departamento de Fisica, Universidad Nacional de La Plata
CC 67. 1900 La Plata. Argentina
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The Organizers of the La Plata school have observed the basic policy of non-discrimination and affirms the right and freedom of scientists to associate in international scientific activity without regard to such factors as citizenship, religion, creed, political stance, ethnic origin, race, colour, language, age or sex, in accordance with the Statutes of the International Council for Science. At this school no barriers existed which could have prevented the participation of bona fide scientists.

Last updated: 5 May 2014
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