European Young Crystallographers Satellite Meeting

By | April 3, 2013

For the European Crystallographic Meeting in Warwick, the Young Crystallographers’ Group and the General Interest Group for Young Crystallographers (GIG-YC) are joining forces to establish the European Young Crystallographers satellite meeting, in order to promote interaction between up-and-coming and more established crystallographers.

The European Young Crystallographers Satellite Meeting will take place at ECM28, Warwick, UK on Sunday 25th August 2013. This satellite meeting will be the first of its kind at a European level and will run from 9.00 am to 5.00 pm. The opening lecture will be a plenary by Dr Birger Dittrich, followed by three sessions for oral presentations and a poster session dedicated to young crystallographers (anyone under the age of 35) presenting their work. The meeting will cost ÂŁ15 to attend, and this includes registration, coffee and lunch.

We feel that this satellite meeting is an extremely valuable event for young researchers and believe that it will help create a network for young crystallographers, enabling them to communicate their research in an informal environment and to establish connections with other young crystallographers. Given the significance of 2013 to many crystallographers around the world with the centenary of the Braggs’, we want to ensure that we celebrate the contributions of younger members and to continue promoting the fantastic work of these up-and-coming scientists. We strongly urge all Young Crystallographers to support this meeting and present their work via a poster or an oral presentation.

We look forward to welcoming you to Warwick, so register NOW and don’t miss out!

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