Wednesday 12 September 2018
The Breadth of Crystallography
Welcome to the annual meeting of the Swiss Society for Crystallography
The 2018 annual meeting of the SGK/SSCr will take place on Wednesday 12 September 2018 at the Paul Scherrer Institute (Auditorium WHGA/001) in Villigen.
The programme will be structured around three invited speakers and six selected oral contributions. A poster session will complete the scientific program of the meeting.
A Book of Abstract is available for download at this link.
Invited confirmed speakers
Dr.-Ing. Hans J. Scheel, General Protection Engineering GmbH, Goldswil b. Interlaken
"Crystal Growth and Crystal Technology "
Prof. Wendy Lee Queen, Laboratory for Functional Inorganic Materials LFIM, EPFL Valais Wallis campus, Sion
"Understanding the structure-derived function of metal-organic frameworks and their application in separations"
Prof. Dr. Johan Chang, Laboratory for Quantum Matter Research, University of Zurich
"Energetics of Lattice and Electronic Degrees of Freedom"
Contributions are welcome on any of the following topics:
- Novel experimental and analytical methods
- In-situ and in-operando crystallography
- Charge density and bonding analysis
- Molecular crystals
- Aperiodic crystals
- Low dimensional materials
- Disorder and diffuse scattering
- Design and synthesis of novel materials
- Strongly correlated electron systems
- Crystal growth and design
Has been extended until 15th July 2018 by email to email@example.com
Please indicate your preference for poster or oral communication
The social dinner is on Tue 11 Sept at the OASE restaurant at PSI. Timetable:
Venues (no visitor badge required)
Access to the PSI west and east premises
Since the beginning of 2018 visitors require a badge to enter the gated PSI west premises, too. If you would like to visit PSI co-workers inside the gated areas, please ask them to arrange your visitor badge.
No badge is required for attending the SGK/SSCr annual meeting in building WHGA/001 and the social dinner at the restaurant OASE.
Local organization and contact
On behalf of the Swiss Society for Crystallography: Antonio Cervellino, Nicola Casati
The meeting benefits from the financial support of