Registrations are closed!
ECS7, the 2022 European Crystallographic School will be the first one to be attended IN PERSON after the COVID19 pandemic. However, the Organization is prepared to go on-line if necessary.
The program of the 2022 School will be focused in X-ray crystallography of powders, small molecules and proteins, covering from the fundaments of Diffraction to the latest developments in the fields.
It will be directed to young students: undergraduate, graduate, postgraduate and young scientists who want to learn about crystallography, either because they are working on their Master or PhD degrees, or they want to extend their knowledge in this leading and exciting scientific area.
Theoretical and practical lectures, hands-on tutorials, and laboratory practical sessions are planned. The attendees will be divided into small groups for tutorials and laboratory practical sessions, so that they can have hands-on experience. The tutorials and laboratory sessions in Macromolecular Crystallography will be off-site, around 10km away. Transportation will be provided.
Fundamentals of Diffraction
Protein Crystallization Techniques
Crystallization of Small Molecules
Data collection, reduction, and analysis
Structure solution & refinement
Data validation, CIF preparation and data handling
Crystallographic Databases (CSD & PDB)
Powder Diffraction - Rietveld refinement
Powder Diffraction - Structure Solution
The Organizing Committee of the 7th European Crystallographic School, observes the basic policy of non-discrimination and affirms the right and freedom of scientists to associate in international scientific activities without regard to such factors as ethnic origin, religion, citizenship, language, political stance, gender, sex or age, in accordance with the Statutes of the International Council for Science. At this meeting no barriers exist preventing the participation of bona fide scientists. The Organizing Committee of the 7th European Crystallographic School follows IUCr statement on gender balance, and strived to achieve gender balance in all of its activities including positions on its Committees and Commissions as well as for students seeking for support grants