Prague - Brevnov Monastery
30 August - 4 September 2015
The conference programme is now available!
The conference covers various aspects of crystallography and physics of aperiodic crystals. Václav Petrícek from Institute of Physics chairs the Programme committee. Michal Dušek from the Institute of Physics chairs the Organizing committee. Details about the programme
Deadline for abstract submission is May 17 2015; deadline for registration is June 30 2015. Registration fee is 440 EUR for regular participants and 240 EUR for students. Student’s accomodation and travelling will be supported by IUCr (see the rules).
Any questions about this conference should be sent to the conference secretary Jirina Pilna (email@example.com).
It is our great pleasure to invite you to the 8th Conference on Aperiodic Crystals - Aperiodic 2015. This conference is organized under the auspices of the Commission on Aperiodic Crystals of the International Union of Crystallography, and will be held in the Brevnov monastery, Prague, Czech Republic from August 30 to September 4, 2015.
The will be the eight of a series of events held triennially since the first Aperiodic in Les Diablerets in 1994. The aim of the conference is to bring together scientists dealing with all aspects of aperiodic crystals and related problems. The conference will be hosted in the baroque building of the Brevnov monastery - the first male monastery in Bohemia founded in 993 AD. Despite of the historical origin, the venue offers all the necessary comfort for a successful and pleasant conference.
The venue is situated only about two kilometres from the Prague castle and about 20 minutes by tram from the famous historical city centre of Prague. Being considered by many one of the most beautiful cities in the world, we believe that the participants will enjoy not only the scientific programme, but also the opportunity to explore the magic and beauty of this city in the heart of Europe.
Aperiodic2015 immediately follows ECM29 in Rovinj. Topics of ECM29 are much broader, however, for the field of the aperiodic crystals both conferences are closely related. Aperiodic2015 completes and broadens information about our field at ECM29. To obtain the complete overview of the modern aperiodic crystallography, we recommend to visit both conferences.