ECS4

4th European

Crystallography

School

2 – 7 July 2017

Warsaw, Poland

High throughput structure analysis – from routine chemical problems to advanced applications

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IMPORTANT DATES

Registration opening:

10 January 2017

Early bird registration deadline:

1 April 2017

Bursary application deadline:

14 March 2017

Bursary announcement:

27 March 2017

Regular registration deadline:

1 June 2017

Registration fee refund deadline:

31 May 2017

* here and elsewhere on the ECS4 site all deadlines refer to quoted date at 23:59, Warsaw local time (GMT+1)

CANCELLATION POLICY

Conference fees will be fully refunded provided that the cancellation request is received no later than 30 April 2017. Cancellations occurring between 1 May to 31 May 2017 will be refunded 50%. No refunds will be given after 31 May 2017. Cancellation requests must be submitted in writing to the offical workshop e-mail: ecs4@chem.uw.edu.pl. Note the hotel cancellation policy is different.

FREEDOM POLICY STATEMENT

The organizers of the ECS4, shall observe the basic policy of non-discrimination and affirms the right and freedom of scientists to associate in international scientific activity without regard to such factors as ethnic origin, religion, citizenship, language, political stance, gender, sex or age, in accordance with the Statutes of the International Council for Science. At this meeting no barriers will exist which would prevent the participation of bona fide scientists.

Venue

Staszic Palace (Pałac Staszica)

Address: ul. Nowy Świat 72, 00-001 Warsaw

Originally classist Pałac Staszica was designed by Antonio Corazzi for the Warsaw Society of Friends and Learning and built between the years 1820 and 1823. In 1892-1893 it was rebuilt in a Byzantine-Russian style and housed the St. Tatiana Roman Orthodox Church. In turn, in the twenties of the XXth century Pałac Staszica was renewed and its classical appearance reintroduced. During the interwar period it housed, among the others, the Warsaw Scientific Society, the Meteorological State Institute, or the French Institute and the Archaeological Museum. Completely destroyed in 1944, the palace was rebuilt in the late 1940s and currently serves as the seat of the Polish Academy of Sciences and the Warsaw Scientific Society.

To see the location of the Palace see Google.Maps.

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