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University of Bayreuth, Germany  September 4 - 8, 2016

Structure elucidation by combining Magnetic Resonance, Computational Modelling and Diffraction

For the first time, SMARTER is a satellite meeting of the 30th Meeting of the European Crystallographic Association. (ecm30.ecanews.org/ecm2016/home)

SMARTER’s aim is bringing together scientists in the areas of solid-state Magnetic Resonance and other spectroscopic techniques, diffraction as well as modelling to resolve questions about how to optimally combine various techniques for ab initio structure determination of complex materials. The conference in Bayreuth is the latest in a series of meetings designed to encourage cross-fertilisation across subject boundaries, with invited speakers chosen to reflect the diversity of approaches required to solve demanding structural problems, such as obtaining crystal structures from powdered samples or understanding disordered systems.

Plenary speakers

Clare Grey (University of Cambridge)
Martin Kaupp (TU Berlin)
Igor Levin (NIST, Gaithersburg)
Guillaume Maurin (Université Montpellier)
Reinhard Neder (FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg)
Roderick Wasylishen (University of Alberta)

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