Since 2010 Klaudia Hradil is the head of the X-ray center of the Technische Universitat in Vienna, Austria. She received her PhD in crystallography at the Ludwig-Maximilians University in Munich, Germany, in 1995. After a postdoctoral at the Hahn-Meitner institute in Berlin she worked as university assistant at the mineralogy/crystallography department of the university of Wurzburg. From 2003 she build up and runned the thermal triple axes spectrometer PUMA at the Heinz Meier-Leibnitz neuron source in Garching, Germany. She is a board member in various review panels of research neutron sources research for beam time proposals in the field of structure and inelastic neutron scattering. Furthermore, she serves as general secretary of the national committee for crystallography in Austria and the special interest group for neutron and synchrotron research within the Austrian physical society. She has been working within various fields of crystallography, condensed matter physics and material science. Besides the research work she also was intensely involved in instrument design for neutron and X-ray lab sources.
Klaudia Hradil (Research Area)
Structural investigations based on neutron and X-ray scattering data with the focus on disorder diffuse scattering analysis; development of in-situ techniques for diffraction experiments; micro-XRD diffraction investigations of cultural heritage samples.
Dr. Sci. Nadezhda Bolotina was graduated from the Moscow State University of Education as a mathematician and started as an engineer in the Shubnikov Institute of Crystallography of Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, creating new algorithms and software for the X-ray and neutron diffractometers. Since then, her scientific interest is invariably concerned with advanced techniques of the crystal structure analysis giving new possibilities to investigate the crystal growth, structure properties relationship. Her PhD (1995) and DSc (2007) were obtained from the Shubnikov Institute of Crystallography in field of crystallography and crystal physics. To date, she is the leading researcher of the Shubnikov Institute of Crystallography; the chair of Commission on Aperiodic Crystals of Russian National Committee for Crystallography. For the last ten years she has been working as the co-editor of the IUCr journal Acta Crystallographica Section B: Structural Science, Crystal Engineering and Materials. She was a member of Commission on Aperiodic Crystals of International Union of Crystallography (IUCr), a member of Organizing and Programming Committees; the chair and co-chair of a number of the workshops and microsymposia of various crystallographic meetings.
Nadezhda Bolotina (Research Area)
Structure analysis of both conventional and aperiodic (incommensurately modulated) crystals. Applied aspects of the crystallography, including the â€˜structure â€“ propertyâ€™ relationship in various types of the solid-state compounds.
Jerry L. Atwood is Curators' Distinguished Professor, University of Missouri-Columbia. He received his Ph.D. from University of Illinois in 1968. He was Professor and Chairman, University of Missouri-Columbia from 1994 to 2016. He was an Editorial board member in Journal of Chemical Crystallography (1985-1998) and Crystal Engineering (1998-2001). Since 1999 he serve as Consulting Editor for Journal of Chemical Crystallography. Since 2000 he is an Editorial Advisory Board member of Crystal Growth & Design and Editorial Board for Supramolecular Chemistry. He is Co-Editor, Inclusion Compounds (five volumes); Comprehensive Supramolecular Chemistry (ten volumes); Encyclopedia of Supramolecular Chemistry (two volumes) and Editor-In-Chief, Comprehensive Supramolecular Chemistry II (nine volumes). He is a member of American Chemical Society; American Institute of Chemical Engineers and Royal Society of Chemistry.
Graduated in Experimental Physics in 1961, MSc thesis in Solid State Physics completed in 1965, PhD thesis in Physics defended in 1968, all with Faculty of Science, University of Zagreb, Croatia (FS). Elected to positions: Senior Scientist, Ruder Boskovic Institute, Zagreb, Croatia (RBI, 1979); Full Professor, Physics Department, FS (1986); Professor Emeritus, University of Zagreb (2010); Associate Member (1992) and Full Member (2004), Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts. Specialization: University of Manchester. Visiting professor: Slovak Academy of Sciences, Bratislava; Martin Luther University, Halle. Main teaching courses: Fundamentals of Physics, X-ray Diffraction in Polycrystalline Materials, Solid State Physics. Supervisor: a number of PhD, MSc and diploma theses. Awards: Municipality of Zagreb Award for the scientific achievements (1974); State Annual Award for the scientific achievements in diffraction physics (2001). A member and chair of Organizing and Scientific Committees of tens of international meetings, including European Crystallographic Meetings and European Powder Diffraction Conferences. Delegate of RBI in the European Physical Society. Secretary and President of the Croatian Crystallographic Association (1992-2017). Chair of the Committee working on the Croatian National Educational Standard in Physics.
Stanko Popovic(Research Area)
Crystallography, solid state physics and chemistry, X-ray diffraction, electron microscopy, spectroscopies. Crystal structure and microstructure, phase transitions and phase diagrams of metallic alloys and oxides, semiconductors, (bio)minerals. Education. History of science. More than 200 papers in scientific journals cited in Current Contents, 250 contributions at scientific meetings, 20 invited lectures.
Professor Vladimir V. Rumyantsev is Head of Department of Theory of Complex Systems Dynamic Properties at A.A. Galkin Donetsk Institute for Physics and Engineering (DonIPE). He is Professor of Theoretical Physics and Nanotechnology Department at Donetsk National University (DonNU). He received PhD in Theoretical Physics (1988) from DonNU and Dr. Sci. in Condensed Matter Physics (2007) from DonIPE. Prof. Rumyantsev has authored/co-authored 4 books, 2 chapters in books and more than 250 scientific publications. He is a member of the American Physical Society (USA) as well as Mediterranean Institute of Fundamental Physics (MIFP, Italy).
Vladimir V. Rumyantsev(Research Area)
His research interests include various aspects of solid state physics, crystallooptics, photonics; more particularly - theoretical study of the effects of disorder in quasi-two-dimensional nanofilms and layered structures caused by the propagation of electromagnetic and acoustic excitations, photonics of imperfect structures and dispersion of electromagnetic excitations in non-ideal lattices of coupled microcavities containing quantum dots.
Dr. Vitalyi Igorevich Talanin was born into a Russian noble family. He received a (1) M.Sc. (2000) in Physics and Technology of Materials & Components in Electronic Technique; (2) a M.Sc. (2006) in Software Engineering; (3) a Ph.D. (2002) in Physics of Semiconductors & Dielectrics; (4) Doctor of Science Honoris Causa (2013); (5) a title of Full Professor (2012). Dr. Talanin is a Full Professor and Chief of Computer Science & Software Engineering Dept. at the Institute of Economics & Information Technologies (Zaporozhye, Ukraine). Dr. Talanin has published extensively in material science & semiconductor physics, and in software engineering (applied to a material science) and also in Russian history & genealogy (as hobbies). He has written 11 scientific monographs and above 200 scientific papers. Dr. Talanin is a Member of Editorial Board of some scientific journals. Dr. Talanin was a Member of a Program and Organizing Committees at a many International Conferences on crystallography, semiconductor physics, information technologies. Since 2018 Dr. Talanin is a Member of an International Union of Crystallography (IUCr).
Vitalyi Igorevich Talanin(Research Area)
His areas of expertise include intermolecular interactions in the solid state, transport phenomena, defect structure of solids, modeling of crystal growth processes, and nanotechnology.
Kinga Suwinska is a Full Professor at Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski University in Warsaw (Poland). She received her Ph.D. and D.Sc. at the Institute of Physical Chemistry of the Polish Academy of Sciences and she was awarded the title of professor from the President of Poland. She was employed in the Institute of Physical Chemistry of the Polish Academy of Sciences from 1977 to 2014. Since 2009 she is a professor at Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski University in Warsaw where until 2014 she was a Dean of the Faculty of Biology and Environmental Sciences. She was an organizer or co-organizer of several international conferences on Supramolecular Chemistry and Inclusion Compounds. She is a member of European Crystallographic Association, Polish Chemical Society and Polish Crystallographic Association. She is an author of over 190 scientific papers and book chapters.