- Annual Meeting of the Dutch Crystallographic Society
November 3, 2017, Pivot Park, Oss
- Hands-on Powder Diffraction School Delft
November 21-22, 2017, Delft
- Annual Meeting of the Dutch Association for Crystal Growth (DACG/NVKG)
October 6, 2017, JNJ, Beerse, Belgium
- Cryo-EM symposium
September 4-5, 2017, Delft
- ESS Science Seminar
September 14-17, 2017, Brussels, Belgium
- 24th Congress & General Assembly of the International Union of Crystallography
August 21-28, 2017, Hyderabad, Telangana, India
NVvM Cryo Workgroup Spring Meeting
Monday May 8, 2017
Utrecht University, David de Wiedgebouw, Universiteitsweg 99, 3584 CG Utrecht
This year’s spring meeting of the cryo‐electron microscopy workgroup of the NVvM, will be held on Monday May 8th 2017.
The Cryo workgroup is delighted to have as keynote speakers:
- Prof. Achilleas Frangakis (Goethe University Frankfurt)
- Dr. Cristina Paulino (Univ. Zürich / Univ. Groningen)
- Dr. Tzviya Zeev‐Ben‐Mordehai (Univ. Utrecht / Oxford)
Please check out registration information (before April 24) and the program here.
Friday November 18, 2016
NVK symposium and Yearly Meeting: Molecules and matter interacting with Neutrons, Electrons and X-rays
Reactor Institute Delft, Mekelweg 15, 2629 JB Delft
The yearly meeting of the NVK is at the Reactor institute Delft on November 18, 2016.
Next to a great variety of lectures, the program includes an excursion to the Reactor and to PEARL, the new Neutron powder diffractometer. Please check out the program here.
Sunday September 25 – Sunday October 2, 2016
Third European Crystallographic School (ECS3)
Bol, Island of Brač, Croatia
The ECS3 focuses on deepening the students’ previously acquired basic knowledge of crystallography (both powder diffraction and single crystal) through an excessive series of cutting edge quality lectures to be delivered by best available teachers, extensive hands-ons and relaxing yet strongly focused evening Q&A sessions. More information can be found here.
Registration is open. A limited number of bursaries are available for graduate and PhD students and young postdoc scientists. Our NVK secretary Martin Lutz will be one of the teachers.
Thursday September 22, 2016
2016: DEBYE & RIETVELD, A 100 & 50 YEAR CELEBRATION
AMSTERDAM, the NETHERLANDS
This year, 2016, we celebrate 100 years of powder diffraction as well as 50 years of Rietveld Refinement. Check out the website Debye-Rietveld where you can also register for this event.
Friday July 1, 2016
one-day symposium on Structural Biology
EINDHOVEN, the NETHERLANDS
This one-day symposium on Structural Biology has been organized by the NVK at the TU Eindhoven. Abstracts and a picture of the speakers can be found here.
12 to 15 June 2016
15TH EUROPEAN POWDER DIFFRACTION CONFERENCE (EPDIC15)
Started in 1991, EPDIC is now the Biennial Conference that brings together scientists and instrumentation companies to brainstorm on the latest trends and challenges in powder diffraction. The 15th European Powder Diffraction Conference (EPDIC15) will be held in Bari, a coastal town in southern Italy. Check out the website for more information.
MAY 20, 2016
one-day symposium on Co-crystals
This one-day symposium on Co-crystals will be organized by the NVKG and NVK at the Radboud University Nijmegen . A program is available here.
The design of multicomponent crystals provides a means to alter physicochemical properties of crystals without changing the chemical properties of the molecule of interest. This is particularly useful in the case of active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs), but also in the field of agrochemical products.
Although solvates and salts are commonly used in this context, the formation of co-crystals has only more recently been considered, which has significantly increased the solid forms available for formulation.
This one-day symposium intends to give an overview of important aspects in the design of co-crystals, ranging from the search for suitable co-former candidates to possible legislation issues.
The symposium will be held at the Radboud University Nijmegen.
Linnaeus building, lecture room N6 (building 14 on the map.)