Registration is now live for this year’s BCA CCG Autumn meeting at Queen’s University Belfast on 31st October 2018.
This year’s meeting will be focused on the topic of “Chemical Crystallography @ Central Facilities”. Register here for this exciting one-day meeting!
Opportunities for student and ECR attendees:
- Student poster session. This year’s meeting will include a lunchtime student poster session, ensuring lots of opportunities for student to get experience of presenting their research in a friendly atmosphere. Student attendees who wish to present a poster during the lunchtime poster session should email their poster title to Katharina Edkins (K.Edkins@qub.ac.uk) no later than 5pm on 26th October 2018.
- Early Career travel bursaries. Thanks to our fantastic meeting sponsors, there will be the opportunity for early-career researchers presenting at the meeting to receive a small bursary contribution towards their travel expenses. Please contact Katharina Edkins (K.Edkins@qub.ac.uk) for further information.
With a strong variety of talks from scientists working with Central Facilities across the UK, Europe and the USA in areas including synchrotron, neutron, laser spectroscopy and computational research, the meeting will be of broad interest for researchers and students in Chemical Crystallography.
There will also be a lunchtime poster session and prizes with plenty of opportunities for student participation and networking.
Attending ECM31 in Oviedo this summer? Then come along to the European Young Crystallographers satellite meeting!
At this event, early career researchers will have the opportunity to present their work and socialise with their peers in an informal and friendly environment.
Oral and poster presentations from all aspects of crystallography will ensure that there is something for everyone’s interests!
Where: ECM31 venue.
When: 22 August, 2018
Registration: The registration fee is 20 €. Please login the user area using your ECM31 account (e-mail address and password) to register for this satellite.
Contact: For inquiries contact Andrew Maloney, email@example.com
Save the date! the BCA Industrial Group Autumn Meeting on the ‘Holistic approaches to structural characterisation’ will take place on the 13th – 14th November, 2018 at Durham University.
This Could Be You! If you would like to be a part of Meet the YCG please get in touch, we post every week a short interview from members of the YCG. This week we introduce out newly elected Ordinary member Stephen Dodsworth.
PhD Student (First Year) at The University of Sheffield/Diamond Light Source
This Could Be You! If you would like to be a part of Meet the YCG please get in touch, we post every week a short interview from members of the YCG. This week we introduce out newly elected Secretary/Treasurer Tom Roseveare.
PhD student at The University of Sheffield and Secretary/Treasurer of the YCG
Now is time to introduce Matt Reeves! Matt sits on the committee as an ordinary member working with both the University of Edinburgh and the CCDC.
PhD Student, The University of Edinburgh
This week we introduce out newly elected Physical Crystallography Group (PCG) representative George Sackman.
PhD researcher at the University of Oxford
Fresh from BCA18 we have the pleasure to introduce now members of the YCG Committee. This week is Hamish Yeung who takes over the role of Chemical Crystallography Group (CCG) Representative.
Glasstone Research Fellow in the Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory, University of Oxford
Welcome back after the BCA Spring meeting! It was fantastic to see so many young crystallographers at the satalite meeting and making such a big impact over the whole meeting, more to follow! In the mean time we have the pleasure to introduce Matthew Dunstan who sits on the YCG committee as our Vice Chair.
Research Fellow in Department of Chemistry, University of Cambridge
Registration is now open for the first PCG Intensive School in Physical Crystallography taking place from the 18th – 21st of June 2018, Cosener’s House, Abingdon.
The instructors and topics covered on the course will be:
- Translational Symmetry and Reciprocal Space – Mike Glazer, Oxford
- Phonons and the Theory of Soft Mode Phase transitions – Martin Dove, QMUL
- Irreducible Representation Analysis – Mark Senn, Warwick
- Landau Theory – Michael Carpenter, Cambridge
- Modulated Crystal Structures – John Claridge, Liverpool
Registration closes at midnight on the 12th of April so get your applications in!