IUCr Crystallography school

IUCr Crystallography school 2007 is an interdisciplinary workshop brings together experts from electron and x-ray diffraction in modern crystalloghy, chemistry and materials science. It offers fundamental courses on the link to electron/ x-ray dynamical diffraction, phase problem and advanced diffraction/spectroscopy techniques with the structure of multiscale materials. In addition, it is a training course intending to stimulate the young scientists towards integrating electron/x-ray diffraction in their research project about materials and their properties in relation to, for example, energy storage and distribution, communication technology, biotechnology and nano-technology etc.) IUCr crystallography school 2007 is part of the activities of Asian Crystallographic Association Conference, AsCA'07, which will be held in the golden week of 11/1-9, 2007.

The program of IUCr crystallography school includes

  1. Fundamental theory of Electron/X-ray dynamical diffraction
  2. Phasing of electron/x-ray diffraction
  3. Advanced diffraction/spectroscopy methodology and tehniques

Organizers:

  1. Fu-Rong Chen: National Tsing Hua University, also in Natiional Synchrotron Radiation Research Cente, and Institute of Physics, Academic Sinica.
  2. Shih-Ling Chang, National Tsing Hua University
  3. Yu Wang: National Taiwan University
  4. Keng S. Liang: National Synchrotron Radiation Research Center
  5. Mau-Tsu Tang: National Synchrotron Radiation Research Center

The IUCr school is supported by

  • National Synchrotron Radiation Research Center
  • National Tsing Hua University
  • Electron Microscopy Society of Taiwan
  • Crystallographic Committee
  • IUCr
  • JEOL
  • FEI
  • Gatan