ECACOMSIG brings together software developers from across all disciplines of crystallography to meet in an informal and productive Setting for networking, exchange of ideas and to learn new skills.
This year's school blurs the border between lecturers and attendants: all participants are invited to offer tutorials. Among them will be George Sheldrick, developer of SHELX, who offer a tutorial on parallel computing; Rita Giordano, who will teach on using statistics for for automatic data evaluation and Jens Luebbe, who will show his brand-new Laue Script, a visual programming language for small molecule crystallography.
The Workshop will be held in Freudenstadt in the Black Forest from 25-28 August - attendance is not dependent on registration for ECM30, but a bus transfer to Basel is included in the registration fee of 165â‚¬/190â‚¬ (double/single room).
The registration includes 3 nights accommodation, all meals during the workshop and refreshments as well.
If you have any questions, please contact Andrea Thorn (scientific program - email@example.com) or Harry Powell (general enquiries and organisation - firstname.lastname@example.org); or register here.
The school is kindly supported by our sponsors CCP4, Dectris and Bruker.