Breslau 2020


“Lightning Talks of the Young Crystallographers” and
Get-Together of the “Young Crystallographers”

at the JPGCM 2020 Meeting in Breslau (Wroclaw, Poland), 24. – 27. February 2020
Organizers: Linda Hollenbeck (Köln, DE), Jan Philipp Wöhrle (Freiburg im Breisgau, DE)

Take a look at our Blog for a detailed report on the conference and some beautiful pictures of Wroclaw.

Important dates:

Lightning Talks of Young Crystallographers:

Date Tuesday, 25 February
Time 15:30 – 17:00
Room: Sala 10D

Get Together of the Young Crystallographers:

Date Thursday, 27 February
Time 10:00 – 11:00
Room: Seminar room 115

19 abstracts of young scientists were selected for 5-minute presentations for a lightning talk sessions and subsequent poster sessions.

STOE sponsored three prizes that were awarded by a committee of three experienced scientists to:

Bipasha Debnath, IFW Dresden: A study of transport properties at the single-crystal based charge transfer interfaces

Zhenyu Wang, Helmholtz Zentrum Berlin: Understanding cation distribution in Zn1+xGeN2Ox (x < 0.1)

Elżbieta Wątor, Jagiellonian University Cracow: DHS structure and function: On the crossroads between polyamines and posttranslational modification

The presentations given at the microsymposium “Lightning Talks of Young Crystallographers” were:

LT-1 Dicarboxylic acids – versatile ligands for metal-organic synthesis (Marius Kremer, Aachen/DE)
LT-2 Ferromagnetic interaction in a new semi-rigid tricarboxylate-bridged Ni2+ complex (Yanan An, Taiyuan/CN, Aachen/DE)
LT-3 Dihydroorotases from pathogenic bacteria (Joanna Sławek, Kraków/PL)
LT-4 NASICON-Na3Fe2−yMny(PO4)3 cathode materials for Na-ion batteries: comprehensive analysis of the relationship between structural and electrochemical properties HT-XRD and operando-XRD studies (Katarzyna Walczak, Kraków/PL)
LT-5 New zinc coordination compounds as effective luminophores and precursors of ZnO nanoparticles (Marcin Świątkowski, Łódź/PL)
LT-6 Towards better atomic displacement parameters in structural macromolecular models from micro-electron diffraction (Martin Kulik, Warsaw/PL)
LT-7 Polymorphism and resulting luminescence properties of 1-acetylpyrene (Daniel Tchoń, Warsaw/PL)
LT-8 Understanding cation distribution in Zn1+xGeN2Ox (x < 0.1) (Zhenyu Wang, Berlin/DE)
LT-9 Structures of phosphorylated hydroquinolinols – molecular and supramolecular aspects (Anna Pietrzak, Łódź/PL)
LT-10 In situ crystallization and structural investigation of binary cocrystals of diamines and diols (Grzegorz Cichowicz, Warszawa/PL)
LT-11 Allogon isomerism in a series of high spin Fe(II) complexes (Beatrice Braun Cula, Berlin/DE)
LT-12 Structural and macroscopric investigation of CrAs at low temperatures and high pressures (Andreas Eich, Jülich/DE)
LT-13 DHS structure and function – on the crossroads between polyamines and posttranslational modification (Elżbieta Wątor, Kraków/PL)
LT-14 Preferential orientation of Ce1−xLnxO2−y nano-sized crystallites in star-shaped hierarchical porous particles (Piotr Woźniak, Wrocław/PL)
LT-15 A study of transport properties at the single-crystal based charge transfer interfaces (Bipasha Debnath, Dresden/DE)
LT-16 Intermolecular orbital interactions in the structures with systems containing aromatic N-heterocylcic rings (Tomasz Sierański, Łódź/PL)
LT-17 Crystal structures and phase transitions of imidazolium hypodiphosphates (Daria Budzikur, Wrocław/PL)
LT-18 Benzonitrile substituted 1,3-Diketones as linkers for heterobimetallic MOFs (Steven van Terwingen, Aachen/DE)
LT-19 Non-linear optical properties and topology of hydrogen bonding patterns of (S)-2-amino-3-guanidinopropanoic acid monochloride (Piotr Rejnhardt, Wrocław/PL)

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