CCG Autumn Meeting: Increasing Complexity in Crystal Engineering of Materials

The Chemical Crystallography Group of the BCA will hold its autumn meeting on the on the theme of “Increasing Complexity in Crystal Engineering of Materials“. The meeting will be co-hosted with the Directed Assembly Grand Challenge and we wish to address questions such as “how to increase the complexity of organic molecular materials?”, “how can we engineer complex materials with more than 2 or 3 building blocks?” and “can we begin to predict this degree of complexity?”.

Our strong lineup of confirmed speakers is:
Prof Harry Anderson FRS (Oxford).
Prof Howard Colquhoun (Reading).
Prof Euan Brechin (Edinburgh).
Dr Jonathan Nitschke (Cambridge).
Mr James McKenzie (Sheffield).
Prof Andy Cooper (Liverpool).

Registration and further details will be available on the CCG website in due course.
The meeting will be held on Wednesday 20th November at Leeds Metropolitan University Rose Bowl Conference Centre (http://www.leedsmet.ac.uk/conferencing/the-rose-bowl.htm) – I do hope you can join us!