14th - 17th of August 2019
Dates: The European Crystallographic Computing Forum will be held in Melk (Lower Austria) from the 14th to 17th of August 2019, immediately preceding the European Crystallographic Meeting ECM32.
The European Crystallographic Computing Forum is a participant driven event. We encourage informal tutorials between participants. Participants can bring small software projects and work on them together with other participants in teams, being helped by the invited tutors and each other.
Mornings will be filled with plenary discussions and lectures on topics of general interest to computing in all disciplines of crystallography, afternoons and evenings will be run code-camp style, intersparsed with tutorials as needed.
Beginning time: Beginning time of the forum is on 14-Aug at 18:00h.
Location: The Forum will be held in Melk (Lower Austria), which
is 85 km from
Vienna. There are regular train connections from Vienna to Melk. At the end of
the Forum we will organize a bus travel to the ECM congress in Vienna.
Note: a very small number of single- and double-bedrooms is available for special needs (and additional charge). The common accommodation is in multi-bed rooms.
Invited speakers/tutors: Duncan Johnstone, Rita Giordano, Christian Hübschle, Dorothee Liebschner, Robert Nicolls, Stef Smeets, Melanie Vollmar.
Fee: The registration fee is 200 Euro. This includes 3 night accomodation (multi-bed rooms, youth hostel style) and all meals during the Forum. Transfer to the ECM congress is included as well.
Registration: For registration, send an e-mail with your contact
Martin Lutz (Utrecht University) firstname.lastname@example.org.
Registration is only valid after payment.
Bank account: Payment of the registration fee should be made over to
Account name: ECACOMSIG School
Account number: 56058799
Sort code: 201719
IBAN: GB73 BARC 20 17 19 56 05 87 99
Note: Full payment in Euro currency is required, inclusive all transaction and currency-conversion fees.
We look forward to see you in Melk!
Martin Lutz Last modified: Mon Jul 29 2019