|CCL 06.03.05 21st Austin Symposium on Molecular Structure, Austin, TX|
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Date: Sun Oct 23 20:27:07 2005
Subject: 06.03.07 21st Austin Symposium on Molecular Structure, Austin, TX
21st Austin Symposium on Molecular Structure 5th - 7th March 2006 Park Plaza Hotel, 6000 Middle Fiskville Road, Austin, TX 78752 http://www.ged.chem.ed.ac.uk/austin/ Are you a scientist involved in experimental or theoretical studies of molecular structure? Do you want to meet with experts in other structural methods? The Austin Symposium brings together scientists from a wide background of structure analysis from all over the world. It is an excellent chance for debate and discussion with experts in their field and is a good way to get new ideas for your own research. Purpose? Those who attend include workers in the fields of: Diffraction both small molecule X-ray crystallography and gas-phase electron diffraction Spectroscopy all kinds, with an emphasis on structure Theoretical including computational methods and results. Invited lectures - speakers impart their detailed knowledge of newly developed techniques What's involved? Short presentations - exhibit current research and ideas Poster sessions - an ideal way to stimulate discussion There is an active social program including a banquet and barbecue. The participation of graduate students is positively encouraged. To register an interest in the forthcoming symposium please contact Professor Jim Boggs at james.boggs]![mail.utexas.edu. You will receive the next circular via e-mail.NOTE THAT E-MAIL ADDRESSES HAVE BEEN MODIFIED!!!
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