MaThCryst forthcoming activities


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


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


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)


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





MaThCryst recent activities

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 Crystallographic Software

Tokyo, 12-16 December 2011

Program

The workshop has presented lectures and practical exercises on the following crystallographic software packages.

Lecturers

Local Organizing Committee

International Program Committee

Venue

The workshop has been held at the Tokyo University of Science, Noda campus.

Presentation material

Contact

Inquiries about the scientific program of the school should be sent to .Inquiries about the local organization should be sent to .


The Organizers of the MaThCryst Tokyo Workshop on crystallographic Software have observed the basic policy of non-discrimination and affirmed 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.