We will be holding a Rigaku School for Practical Crystallography on basic topics in crystallography from January 10-14 and 17-21, 2022 from 0800-0930 CDT.
The majority of the time will be spent on small molecule crystallography. This is a great opportunity for people interested in crystallography to gain a basic foundation of single crystal analysis from a practical point of view.
We also recognize that some students may not be able to join the live lectures by Zoom. We will make recordings of the lessons available for download shortly after the lectures so that students can keep up with the School and take the exam in the same manner as those who attended the live lectures. However, in order to take the exam and receive a certificate of achievement, you will need to register for the School here.
We hope that you both enjoy and gain something from this School and look forward to meeting you, virtually.
Day 1 (January 10, 2022): Introduction (Mathias Meyer)
Day 2 (January 11, 2022): Crystallization (Bernhard Spingler)
Day 3 (January 12, 2022): Sample Screening, Strategy Calculation and Data Collection in CrysAlisᴾʳᵒ (Pierre Le Maguerès)
Day 4 (January 13, 2022): Integration (Chris Shchürmann)
Day 5 (January 14, 2022): Data Finalization in CrysAlisᴾʳᵒ, Part 1 (Christian GöB)
Day 6 (January 15, 2022): Data Finalization in CrysAlisᴾʳᵒ, Part 2 (Christian GöB)
Day 7 (January 18, 2022): Structure Solution and Refinement (Horst Puschmann)
Day 8 (January 19, 2022): Reporting and CIF Check (Fraser White)
Day 9 (January 20, 2022): Absolute Structure Determination (Jakub Wojciechowski)
Day 10 (January 21, 2022): Processing of a Non-merohedral Twinned Data Set in CrysAlisᴾʳᵒ and Structure Solution in Olex2 (Pierre Le Maguerès)
Make sure you select all the webinars when you register if you want to attend the whole course.