MaThCryst forthcoming activities


First advanced training course on symmetry and group theory, August 2016, Tsukuba (Japan)


AIC School 2016, 7-11 September 2016, Rimini, (Italy)


Fifth MaThCryst School in Latin America, October 2016, Havana (Cuba)


Second Workshop on Mathematical Crystallography, May 2017, Manila (Philippines)


Shanghai International Crystallographic School, June 2017, Shanghai (China)


IUCr 2017 Satellite, September 2017, Rourkela, (India)





MaThCryst recent activities

International Scientific School 'Combined topological and DFT methods for prediction of new materials II', July 2016, Samara (Russia)


International School on Fundamental Crystallography with applications to Electron Crystallography, June - July 2016, Antwerp (Belgium)


SIAM conference on mathematical aspects of Material Science, May 2016, Philadelphia (USA)


Fourth training course on symmetry and group theory, March 2016, Tsukuba (Japan)


International Scientific School 'Combined topological and DFT methods for prediction of new materials', September 2015, Samara (Russia)


Third training course on symmetry and group theory, August 2015, Osaka, (Japan)


Second Balkan School on Fundamental Crystallography / Workshop on Magnetic Symmetry and its Application in Magnetic Structure Description, July 2015, Istanbul (Turkey)


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MaThCryst Workshop on Mathematical Crystallography

Manila, 2-6 November 2011

Mathematical crystallography in the previous century dealt primarily with the theory of space groups. However, advances in materials science during the past decades have broadened the horizons of mathematical crystallography. Recent works delve into higher-dimensional crystallography, non-Euclidean spaces, and aperiodic structures, and involve a wide array of mathematical tools such as topology, discrete geometry, graph theory, and harmonic analysis. The goal of this workshop was to give a firm introduction on current topics in mathematical crystallography and its applications. In particular, the geometry of periodic and crystalline networks, color symmetry, coincident site lattices, twinning in crystals, mathematical diffraction theory, and crystal GAP shall be discussed. The workshop was intended for young scientists (graduate students and post-doctoral associates) and researchers in mathematics, materials science, structural chemistry, solid state and condensed matter physics. Exposure to research opportunities in mathematical crystallography, a heightened awareness of scientists in the Philippines and the Asia-Pacific region on the relevance of mathematical crystallography in their respective researches, and collaborations between researchers in mathematical crystallography and experimentalists were among the expected outcomes from this workshop.

Venue

National Institute of Physics Building, University of the Philippines, Diliman, Quezon City.

Program

November 2, 2011 Wednesday
National Institute of Physics Building, University of the Philippines

November 3, 2011 Thursday
National Institute of Physics Building, University of the Philippines

November 4, 2011 Friday
National Institute of Physics Building, University of the Philippines

November 5, 2011 Saturday
National Institute of Physics Building, University of the Philippines

November 6, 2011 Sunday
Institute of Mathematics, University of the Philippines

International Program Committee

Local Organizing Committee

Poster abstracts and didactic material

List of Participants
No.NameInstitutionemail
1.Luisito L. Agustin Ateneo de Manila University, Philippines
2.Jeanine Concepcion H. Arias University of the Philippines Diliman, Philippines j
3.Rosalio G. Artes Jr. Mindanao State University-IIT, Philippines
4.Antonio M. Basilio Ateneo de Manila University, Philippines
5.Nathaniel A. Baylas IV University of the Philippines Baguio, Philippines
6. Aldous Cesar F. Bueno Central Luzon State University, Philippines
7.Emelyn E. Bugayong Columban College, Inc., Philippines
8.Jude C. Buot Ateneo de Manila University, Philippines
9.Jonathan V. Caalim University of the Philippines Diliman, Philippines
10.Clarisson Rizzie P. Canlubo University of the Philippines Diliman, Philippines
11.Fabian Carson Stockholm University, Sweden
12.Ma. Carlota B. Decena University of Santo Tomas, Philippines
13.Gloria F. Domantay Pangasinan State University-Lingayen, Philippines
14.Lawrence A. Eclarin Mariano Marcos State University, Philippines
15.Aileen Mae S. Esmele Columban College, Inc., Philippines
16.Trilbe Lizann F. Espina University of the Philippines Cebu, Philippines
17.Natividad D. Estillore University of the Philippines Cebu, Philippines
18.Grace M. Estrada Ateneo de Manila University, Philippines
19.Imogene F. Evidente University of the Philippines Diliman, Philippines
20.Evelyn D. Gabinete University of the Philippines Diliman, Philippines
21.Junmar G. Gentuya University of the Philippines Diliman, Philippines
22.Beaunonie R. Gozo Jr. Mindanao State University-Marawi, Philippines
23.Jordan F. Gundran Central Luzon State University, Philippines
24.Nestine Hope S. Hernandez University of the Philippines Diliman, Philippines
25.Allan O. Junio University of the Philippines Diliman, Philippines
26.Mark L. Loyola Ateneo de Manila University, Philippines
27.Jryl P. Maralit University of the Philippines Diliman, Philippines
28.Lexter R. Natividad Central Luzon State University, Philippines
29.Benedict M. Nyoni Ruaha University College, Tanzania
30.Chimezie Jason Ogugbue Universiti Sains Malaysia, Malaysia
31.Na.sah Osman Universiti Teknologi Mara (Perlis), Malaysia
32.Karlo R. Palenzuela Ateneo de Manila University, Philippines
33.Victoria May E. Paguio University of the Philippines Diliman, Philippines
34.Ariel R. Paningbatan University of the Philippines Diliman, Philippines
35.Diane Christine P. Pelejo University of the Philippines Diliman, Philippines
36.Ia Kristine D. Puzon Miranda Saint Louis University, Philippines
37.Teo.na A. Rapanut University of the Philippines Baguio, Philippines
38.Gregorio A. Raymundo III University of the Philippines Diliman, Philippines
39.Glenda Blanca.or Rivera-Tandingan Nueva Ecija University of Science and Technology, Philippines
40.Rovin B. Santos University of the Philippines Diliman, Philippines
41.Eko Budi Santoso Ateneo de Manila University, Philippines
42.April Lynne D. Say-awen University of the Philippines Baguio, Philippines
43.Oscar Vincent S. Silang Visayan Nazarene Bible College, Philippines
44.Van Vyke G. Sy San Sebastian College-Recoletos, Philippines
45.Makoto Tagami Tohoku University, Japan
46.Surafel Luleseged Tilahun Universiti Sains Malaysia, Malaysia
47.Aliw-iw Irene B. Zambrano Ateneo de Manila University, Philippines
48.Myles Allen H. Zosa University of the Philippines Diliman, Philippines

Commission on Higher Education (CHED) Endorsement

The Ched Memo can be downloaded here.

Contact

Inquiries should be sent to .


The Organizers of the MaThCryst Manila Workshop on mathematical crystallography 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 conference no barriers existed which would have prevented the participation of bona fide scientists.