European Charge Density Meeting – ECDM6

European Charge Density Meeting
ECDM6 (September 15-20, 2012)

Invoice

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List of participants

List of participants is available in Participants page (Registered participants section).

Deadlines

Deadlines were extended.

11th June 2012Early registration and final program
11th June 2012Deadline for bursary application
12th June 2012 Abstracts for oral talk
12th July 2012 Abstracts for poster
19th August 2012 End of regular registration

Invited speakers

Philip Coppens (USA)
Crystallography as a frontier science: from charge densities to the structure of fleeting species and the mechanism of chemical reactions

Louis J. Farrugia (UK)
The QTAIM view of metal-metal bonds

Bo Brummerstedt Iversen (Denmark)
Energy materials and CD

Dylan Jayatilaka (Australia)
Accurate geometric parameters, and bond indices, from X-ray wavefunction refinement: SO2, sulfonyl compounds, and gly-L-ala

Tibor Koritsanszky (USA)
Charge density refinements using 'ab initio' pseudoatoms

Piero Macchi (Switzerland)
Optical and mechanical properties of organic and organometallic materials from accurate electron density distribution

Václav Petříček (Czech Republic)
Software JANA2006

Nicolas Claiser (France)
Joint refinement of (polarised) neutron and X-ray data: application and benefits

Markus Reiher (Switzerland)
Accurate calculation of spin density distributions

T. N. Guru Row (India)
Nature of halogen bonding unravelled via charge density analysis

Wolfgang Scherer (Germany)
Experimental and theoretical charge density studies at subatomic resolution

Conference Chairman

Prof. Stanislav Biskupič
Faculty of Chemical and Food Technology
Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava
Radlinského 9
SK-812 37 Bratislava
Slovakia

Secretary

Assoc. Prof. Jozef Kožíšek
Faculty of Chemical and Food Technology
Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava
Radlinského 9
SK-812 37 Bratislava
Slovakia

Institute of Physical Chemistry and Chemical Physics,
Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava, 2012