Keynote Speakers

Artioli Gilberto
University of Padova
Padova
Italy
Crystallography and cultural heritage – On beauty, science and passion
Arulandu Arockkiasamy
International Centre for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology (ICGEB)
New Delhi
India
Structure guided inhibitor discovery targeting a membrane receptor involved in atherosclerosis
Blagov Aleksandr
NRC Kurchatov Institute
Moscow
Russia
4th generation SR and XFEL facilities: new era in crystallography and material science
Boscherini Federico
University of Bologna
Bologna
Italy
X-ray absorption spectroscopy and materials science: recent advances ademy of Sciences
Contreras-Garcia Julia
Pierre and Marie Curie University
Paris
France
Electron density, and its interplay with the energy and properties of molecules and solids
Fantini Marcia
Instituto de Fisica
Sao Paulo
Brasil
The contribution of crystallography to new vaccine formulations
Fisher Zoe
European Spallation Source
Lund
Sweden
Neutron structural biology
Fujita Makoto
University of Tokyo
Tokyo
Japan
Crystalline sponge, metal-organic assemblies
Garcia-Ruiz Juan Manuel
Instituto Andaluz de Ciencias de la Tierra
Granada
Spain
The crystal and the rose: On the impact of crystals and crystallography in art and mind
Gonen Tamir
University of California
Loas Angeles
USA
Universidad de Los Andes
MicroED: conception, practice and future opportunities
Goodwin Andrew
University of Oxford
Oxford
UK
Structural flexibility and disorder in functional materials
Gratias Denis
IRCP
Paris
France
Long range order in solid
Grey Clare
University of Cambridge
Cambridge
UK
In situ studies of battery materials with NMR crystallography
Grimm Uwe
The Open University
Milton Keynes
UK
State of the art understanding of diffraction from aperiodic crystals
Haynes Delia
Stellenbosch University
Stellenbosch
South Africa
Magnetic materials, structure-property relationships
Hedman Britt
SLAC National Accelerator Laboratoy – Stanford University
Menlo Park
USA
The role of XAS in biology
Hovmoller Sven
Arrhenius Laboratory, Stockholm University
Stockholm
Sweden
Gjonnes medal lecture
Chamard Virginie
Aix-Marseille Université
Marseille
France
Novel insights on biomineralization using x-rays and optical coherent diffraction based imaging
Jayatilaka Dylan
University of Western Australia
Perth
Australia
Quantum Crystallography: Past, Present, and Future
Kolb Ute
Johannes Gutenberg-Universität
Mainz
Germany
Gjonnes medal lectures
Krivovichev Sergey
St. Petersburg University
St. Petersburg
Russia
Complexity in crystals and minerals
Kroon-Batenburg Loes
Utrecht University
Utrecht
Netherlands
Metadata and checkCIF for raw diffraction data in realising ultimate crystallographic objectivity
Ma Yanming
Jilin University
Changchun
China
Record high superconductivity in sodalite-like rare-earth hydrides stabilized at high pressures
Macchi Piero
Dep. of Chemistry, Materials and Chemical Engineering, Politecnico di Milano
Milano
Italy
Quantum crystallography and spintronic materials
Oliva Glaucius
Universidade de Sao Paulo
Sao Paulo
Brasil
Unveilling the structural details and organization of the flaviviral genome replication complex
Palatinus Lukas
Institue of Physics, Czech Academy of Sciences
Prague
Czech Republic
Electron crystallography of molecular crystals
Pearson Arwen R.
University of Hamburg
Hamburg
Germany
Time resolved macromolecular crystallography
Rauch Edgar
University of Grenoble
Grenoble
France
Identification of secondary phase structure using 4D Precession Electron Diffraction
Reddy Malla
IISER
Kolkata
India
Mechanical properties of crystals
Reutzel-Edens Susan
Eli-Lilly Company
Indianopolis
USA
Crystal forms in pharmaceutical applications
Reusse Gwenaelle
College de France
Paris
France
In-situ and in-operando diffraction studies of Li ion battery electrodes
Shibayama Mitsushiro
University of Tokyo
Tokyo
Japan
Soft Matter
Stark Holger
MPI for Biophysical Chemistry
Goettingen
Germany
The symbiosis of cryo-EM and X-ray crystallography in structure determination of large macromolecular systems
Stokes Harold
Brigham Young University
Provo, Utah
USA
The science of symmetry breaking
Strynadka Natalie
University of British Columbia
Vancouver
Canada
Structural hybrid methods to probe membrane transport nanomachines in pathogenic bacteria
Tian Y.J.
Yanshan University
Yanshan
China
Approaching diamond’s elasticity, strength and hardness limits
Yang Wei
Laboratory of Molecular Biology, NIDDK
Bethesda, MD
USA
Structural biology insights into antibody diversity through gene recombination mechanisms