The Asian Crystallographic Association (AsCA), Society of Crystallographers in Australia and New Zealand (SCANZ) and the Bragg Symposium are holding the AsCA 12/CRYSTAL 28 meeting in Adelaide between the 2nd-6th December 2012 to celebrate the important anniversary of the Braggs’ discoveries in X-ray diffraction.

The meeting features a range of sessions including non-ambient and in-situ diffraction studies, chemical crystallography, and dynamic aspects of molecular and solid state crystals. Plenaries from Prof. Xiao-Ming Chen (Sun Yat-Sen University, Guangzhou)  and talks from Prof. Evan Gray (Griffith University, Australia) and Prof. Jagadese Vittal (University of Singapore) have been announced. The Bragg Symposium will take place following the conference on the 6th December at the Elder Hall at the University of Adelaide, with invited speakers like Prof. Sir Colin Humphreys (University of Cambridge, UK) and Mrs Patience Thomas (younger daughter of Sir Laurence Bragg).

Early bird registration will close on the 1st September 2012, and abstract submission closes on 31st August 2012. Register now and don’t miss out!

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