Workshop on Structural Analysis of Aperiodic Crystals
23rd — 26th March 2020 University of Bayreuth, Germany

Welcome to the 10th Workshop on Structural Analysis of Aperiodic Crystals

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Description:

An overview will be provided of the methods of structural analysis of incommensurately modulated crystals and composite crystals. Lectures will cover the basic principles of the superspace approach. A presentation of recent developments includes special modulation functions. Participants will have the opportunity to practice structural analysis in superspace with the computer programs Superflip and JANA2006 (by V. Petricek, M. Dusek and L. Palatinus, Prague). A step-by-step tutorial will guide you through structure determination, symmetry analysis, structure refinement and t-plots for crystal-chemical analysis of selected examples of modulated structures and composite crystals.

The maximum number of participants is 40.

Topics:

Tutorials:

A practical course on structural analysis of modulated crystals with JANA2006 and Superflip.

Lecturers:

* to be confirmed

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Organisation:


German Association for Crystallography (DGK)

Local Organisation:

Sander van Smaalen
Andreas Schönleber
Laboratory of Crystallography

Venue:

University of Bayreuth
Germany

Dates:

Start: March 2020, 17.00 hours
Registration desk open: 15.00 hours
End: March 2020, 14.00 hours

Registration Fee:

Students:60
PhD Students:60
Academics:120
Full fee:490

Contact:

Prof. dr. Sander van Smaalen
Laboratory of Crystallography
University of Bayreuth
95440 Bayreuth
Germany
Phone: +49-921-553886
Fax: +49-921-553770
Email: smash@uni-bayreuth.de
www: Laboratory of Crystallography Prof. dr. Sander van Smaalen