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National Crystallographic Symposium NCS2012

01 Nov 2012 - 03 Nov 2012 - Sofia, Bulgaria



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These Symposia are the principal scientific activity of the Bulgarian Crystallographic Society (BCS) and reflect the current state of research in the fields of crystallography, crystal chemistry, crystal physics, mineralogy and materials science, thus being characterized by an interdisciplinary spirit. A testimony for the growing interest to the National Crystallographic Symposium is the fact that the Ist (2009), IInd (2010) and IIIrd (2011) ones were attended by over 100 participants. The organizers of the IVth National Crystallographic Symposium invited leading researchers from abroad to inspire the interdisciplinary audience and attract young researchers to this important field of science. Main purpose of this meeting is to create background for the crystallographic community in Bulgaria to meet and share knowledge and experience in modern crystallographic approaches of matter study achieved by scientists from national research institutes and universities and offers the opportunity for young scientists in various disciplines of Crystallography to present their research and exchange new ideas during the round table discussions.



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