International Union of Crystallography European Crystallographic Association Association Française de Cristallographie Société Française de Minéralogie et Cristallographie Crystallography Laboratory Nancy ED C2MP Métropole Grand Nancy
International Union of Crystallography European Crystallographic Association Association Française de Cristallographie Société Française de Minéralogie et Cristallographie Crystallography Laboratory Nancy Doctoral School of Chemistry, Materials and Physics Métropole Grand Nancy
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International Union of Crystallography
Commission on Mathematical and Theoretical Crystallography

Summer School on Mathematical Crystallography

Nancy, France, 3 - 7 June 2019

Lecturers

Tutors

Local Organizing Committee

Didactic Material

See also the list of didactic material for the MaThCryst schools.

Timetable

Morning session (3:00 hours):
Lectures 9:00 - 10:30
Coffee break: 10:30 11:00
Lectures 11:30 - 13:00
Lunch: 13:00 14:30
Afternoon session (4:00 hours):
Lectures 14:30 16:30
Coffee break: 16:30 17:00
Lectures 17:00 - 19:00

Scientific Program

1st Day Monday, 3 June, morning session:

9:00 - 9:10 Opening of the School

General introduction to crystallographic symmetry and application to two-dimensional space

Lecturer: Massimo Nespolo

1st Day Monday, afternoon session:

Lecturer: Massimo Nespolo

2nd Day, Tuesday, 4 June, morning session

Lecturer: Massimo Nespolo

2nd Day, afternoon session

Lecturer: Massimo Nespolo

3rd Day, Wednesday, 5 June, morning session

Lecturers: Massimo Nespolo, Gemma de la Flor

3rd Day, afternoon session

Lecturer: Massimo Nespolo

4th Day, Thursday, 6 June, morning session:

Lecturer Massimo Nespolo

4th Day: afternoon session

Lecturer Massimo Nespolo, Gemma de la Flor

5th Day, Friday, 7 June, morning session:

Lecturer: Gemma de la Flor

5th Day: afternoon session

Lecturer Benoît Guillot

Venue

The school was held at the Amphitheatre No. 8, Faculty of Sciences and Technologies, Université de Lorraine.

Language

The official language of the school is English. No simultaneous translations has been provided

Special issue announcement

Crystal Research and Technology Participants to the summer school are invited to submit contributions to a special issue of Crystal Research and Technology that will be published on occasion of MaThCryst 2019 Summer events. Deadline for submission: 30 September 2019. To submit a manuscript of the special issue follow these instructions:
  1. Prepare your manuscript according to the author guidelines;
  2. Login at Editorial Manager (if you do not have an account, you can create one for free or login with your ORCID account);
  3. submit your manuscript by choosing "By Invitation Only - Mathematical Crystallography 2019".
Your manuscript will undergo a regular peer-review process and, if accepted, will be published as part of the special issue.

Poster presentations

Participants had the occasion to present their work with posters that remained on display during the whole school. Abstracts of poster presentations are available for download this link.

Photos and report

A photo gallery is available at the IUCr website. A short report of hte school has been published in the IUCr newsletter.

List of participants

NameSurnameNationalityInstitutionCountry of institutionemail address
Amani HindBenahseneAlgeriaUniveristé frères Mentouri Constantine 1Algeria
RodrigoUchida IchikawaBrazilNuclear and Energy Research InstituteBrazil
Jean Marcos FerreiraCustodioBrazilUniversidade Federal de GoiasBrazil
NeeteshSoniIndiaSouthwest Petroleum UniversityChina
PrabalDasguptaIndiaJimma UniversityEthiopia
ZhongWuyangChinaCentraleSupelecFrance
Alam TonaltzinOsorio DelgadilloMexicoGrenoble INPFrance
CyrilLangloisFranceINSA LyonFrance
MaximeDottorFranceInstitut de Chimie et des Matériaux Paris EstFrance
AlexandreCouracFranceSorbonne UniversitéFrance
Penda Seydi DemeSenegalUniversité de LorraineFrance
MamoudouDialloSenegalUniversité de LorraineFrance
Daniel PepinFowanCameroonUniversité de LorraineFrance
RidvanInceFranceUniversité de LorraineFrance
HassanKhoderLebanonUniversité de LorraineFrance
Soumeya DeghdeghMazaAlgeriaUniversité de LorraineFrance
Phuong AnhNguyenVietnamUniversité de LorraineFrance
AkihiroUmayaharaJapanUniversité de LorraineFrance
VishnuVijayakumar SyamalaIndiaUniversité de LorraineFrance
Anna SophiaHartlFranceUniversite de Rennes 1France
AliBedidiFranceUniversité Paris-EstFrance
ChristelleCombescureFranceUniversité Paris-EstFrance
ChloéFourdrinFranceUniversité Paris-EstFrance
VictoriaKononikhinaRussiaHelmoltz-ZentrumGermany
DariaLazurenkoRussiaHelmoltz-ZentrumGermany
ZhidaLiangChinaHelmoltz-ZentrumGermany
SergeiIvlevRussiaPhilipps-Universität MarburgGermany
NiloofarHadaeghiIranTechnische Universität Darmstadt Germany
IliasSamathrakisGreeceTechnische Universität Darmstadt Germany
LorenzoVillaItalyTechnische Universität Darmstadt Germany
PengChenChinaIstituto Italiano di TecnologiaItaly
EmanuelePriolaItalyUniversity of TorinoItaly
JunichiroKishineJapanThe Open University of JapanJapan
Jeanine ConcepcionAriasPhillippinesUniversity of the PhilippinesPhilippines
Rosa MicaelaDanisiItalyKarlsruhe Institute of TechnologyRussia
VladimirLazarenkoRussiaKurchatov instituteRussia
RenQiuChinaChalmers University of Technology Sweden
XiaoHuaChinaOxford UniversityUK
PeterMoeckGermanyPortland State UniversityUSA
StephanieMackleyUSAUniversity of Notre DameUSA

Contact

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The Organizers of the Nancy 2019 MaThCryst 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 would have prevented the participation of bona fide scientists.

Last updated: 15th September 2019
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