ECDM7 – European Charge Density Meeting

We invite you to participate in the seventh conference of the European Charge Density Meeting series ( ECDM 7), organized in Warsaw (Poland). This is a continuation of previous meetings held in Nancy(1996, France), Sitges (1999, Spain), Sandbjerg Estate (2003, Denmark), Brandenburg on the Havel (2006, Germany), Gravedona (2008, Italy) and Štrbské Pleso (2012, Slovakia).

During the previous meeting at Štrbské Pleso (2012), we have offered to organize the next ECDM conference in Poland in the year 2015. It appeared however, that quite a few important conferences in our field (Sagamore and ECDM + ECA Congress in Croatia) were being organized in 2015. To avoid a clash and following the advice from the IUCr Charge, Spin and Momentum Commission and from the ECA SIG2 Charge, Spin and Momentum Density members, we have decided to shift organization of ECDM-7 to the year 2016. Most of the conferences in our field have been organized for many years back in some very interesting, but remote places, sometimes quite difficult to reach. This made it challenging to achieve good attendance. We have therefore decided to organize ECDM-7 at the University of Warsaw, Ochota Campus, which is located ca. 10 minutes from the airport by taxi.

Similarly to previous conferences, we would like to present the latest results focused on charge density studies both experimental and theoretical., However, following advices from our Committees we would like to accent more methodological, particularly statistical problems, resulting from latest advances in experimental hardware and software development, including large scale facilities. The list of covered topics includes: advances in data analysis, understanding dynamics of atoms and structures, progress in using large scale facilities, charge densities in: crystal engineering, materials science, in life sciences, of inorganic materials and minerals, charge densities at extreme conditions, charge densities beyond single crystal approach, charge densities towards classical structural analysis, physical applications of charge densities, methods beyond charge densities, also different aspects of spin and momentum density.

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