Keynote speakers

  • Donatella Armentano (University of Calabria, Italy)

    Metal-Organic Frameworks as Chemical Reactors: X-ray Crystallographic Snapshots of the Confined State

  • Luca Bindi (Universita di Firenze, Italy)

    Solar System Secrets Hidden in Quasicrystals

  • Elena Bykova (Bayerisches Geoinstitut, Germany)

    Chemistry and Crystallography at Ultra-High Pressures

  • Martin Caffrey (Trinity College Dublin, Ireland)

    Mesophase Mirabilis. The Lipid Cubic Phase as a System for Investigating Membrane Proteins

  • Naomi E. Chayen (Imperial College London, United Kingdom)

    Enhancing the Success of Macromolecular Crystallization

  • Françoise Damay (French Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Commission, France)

    Unusual Magnetic Orderings from the Interplay of Triangular Topology and Magnetic Anisotropy

  • Bruce Gaulin (McMaster University, Canada)

    Ground State Selection in Quantum Pyrochlore Magnets

  • Kenneth Harris (Cardiff University, United Kingdom)

    New Experimental Techniques for Exploring Crystallization Pathways and Structural Properties of Solids

  • Luca Jovine (Karolinska Institutet, Sweden)

    Fertilization at the Atomic Level: Marrying Basic Science and Reproductive Medicine

  • Anders Mikkelsen (University of Lund, Sweden)

    Local Control of Nanowire Electronic Properties, 2D Material Formation and Photocarrier Dynamics using Atomic Scale Crystal Structure Change.

  • Katharine Page (Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA)

    Capturing Functional Nanostructures and their Interfaces with Neutron Total Scattering

  • David Stuart (University of Oxford, United Kingdom)

    Changing Times in Structural Virology

  • Muriel Véron (Grenoble Institute of Technology, France)

    Application to E-Precession in Transmission Electron Microscope: Phase and Orientation Map

  • Suzanna Ward (The Cambridge Crystallographic Data Centre, United Kingdom)

    One Million Structures and Counting: The Journey, the Insights, and the Future of the Cambridge Structural Database

  • Richard Welberry (Australian National University, Australia)

    Diffuse Scattering - Past, Present and Future

  • Martin Noble (Newcastle University, United Kingdom)

    40 years of CCP4: Where we are, how we got here and where we are going