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STOE
Rigaku
Bruker
Dectris
Eca
IUCR
Cristallo
CRM2
Villers-les nancy
AFC
Université de Lorraine
CCDC

Program

Program : Schedule and main sections

Schedule Monday
24
Tuesday
25
Wednesday
26
Thursday
27
Friday
28
Saturday
29
Sunday
30
09:00-09:30   L-I L-II L-III L-IV L-V  
09:30-10:00
10:00-10:30 PC-III PC-V Excursion
10:30-11:00
11:00-11:30 Coffee Break Coffee Break Coffee Break Coffee Break Coffee Break
11:30-12:00 L-I L-II PC-III L-IV L-V
12:00-12:30
12:30-13:00 Sponsor
Talk 1
Sponsor
Talk 2
Sponsor
Talk 3
Sponsor
Talk 4
Sponsor
Talk 5
13:00-13:30 Lunch Break Lunch Break Lunch Break Lunch Break Lunch Break  
13:30-14:00
14:00-14:30
14:30-15:00 L-I PC-II PC-III PC-IV PC-V
15:00-15:30
15:30-16:00 PC-I
16:00-16:30 Arrival &
Registration
16:30-17:00 Coffee Break Coffee Break Coffee Break Coffee Break Coffee Break
17:00-17:30 Poster
Installation
PC-I PC-II PC-III PC-IV L-V
17:30-18:00
18:00-18:30 Welcome
Reception &
Opening
Poster
Session
Poster
Session
Closing
Discussion
18:30-19:00  
19:00-22:00       School
Dinner &
Poster Prize
 

 

  L: Lecture   PC: Practical Course  





Main sections, lectures and practical courses
 
I. Introduction to XRD theory
L1. Introduction to X-ray diffraction (Sylvain Ravy)
L2. Theoretical aspects of XRD (extinction, symmetry, choice of wavelength, …) (Sylvain Ravy)
L3. Theoretical aspects of XRD (anomalous dispersion, twinning, ADPs, disorder, …) (Sylvain Ravy)
L4. Data treatement and data reduction (with "remote PC") (El-Eulmi Bendeif)
PC1. Data reduction and Identification of phases (CCDC/ICSD) (El-Eulmi Bendeif)
II. Structure Determination and Analysis
L5. Crystal structure solution and refinement strategies (Philippe Guionneau)
L6. Post-refinement analysis: Quality factors, reliability of refinements (Philippe Guionneau)
L7. Practical aspects of structure solution and refinement (Philippe Guionneau)
PC2. Structure solution and refinement using OLEX (Mickael Bodensteiner, Horst Puschmann)
III. Packing and interaction analyses
L8. Introduction to intermolecular interactions (Anna Krawczuk)
PC3. Packing analysis using CCDC and Crystal Explorer (Suzanna Ward)
PC4. Getting better structural descriptions by using OLEX2 - NoSphereA2 (Mickael Bodensteiner, Horst Puschmann)
IV. Using aspherical models
L9. Introduction to the aspherical atoms model (Paulina Dominiak)
L10. Transferability of aspherical atoms (Paulina Dominiak)
L11. Properties of the electron density (topological analysis and electrostatic potential) (Enrique Espinosa)
PC5. Transferability, aspherical refinement and properties of the electron density with MoProSuite & MoProViewer (Benoît Guillot, Christian Jelsch)
V. Crystallography under constraints
L12. Diffraction under pressure (why, how) (Maxime Deutsch)
PC6. Structures under constraints (Pressure): Through examples with MoPro Suite & MoProViewer (Maxime Deutsch, Emmanuel Aubert)
L13. Photocrystallography (why, how) (Lauren Hatcher)
PC7. Structures under constraints (Photocrystallography): Through examples with MoPro Suite & MoProViewer (Sébastien Pillet, Elodie Tailleur)
L14. Conference on Crystallography and beyond (N.N.)
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