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Presentations

This is a chronological list of presentations about absolute structure determination using the Bayesian statistics / maximum likelihood method. Some of these are given by the authors, others by users.
  • at ECM 2006 in Leuven: The Bayesian approach to absolute structure determination
    Rob W. W. Hooft, Leo H. Straver and Anthony L. Spek, Acta Cryst. (2006). A62, s87
  • at Organon, Oss, 25 januari 2007: Absolute Structure Determination of Chiral Molecules
    Anthony L. Spek.
  • at ACA 2007 in Salt Lake City: The absolute configuration of pharmaceutically interesting molecules
    Rob W. W. Hooft, Leo H. Straver and Anthony L. Spek.
  • at ECM 2007 in Marrakech: Determination of Absolute Stereochemistry for Regulatory Submission
    Suzanne Harte and Chris Frampton
  • at ASCA 2007 in Taipei: Determination of absolute configuration for some natural products from traditional chinese medicine
    Herman H-Y. Sung, Nancy. Y. Ip and Ian. D. Williams.
  • at ACA 2008 in Knoxville: Adventures in Chirality
    Frank Fronczek
  • at workshop Chirality and Crystallization (20 June 2008) in Nijmegen: Determining chirality using X-ray diffraction
    Rob W.W. Hooft
  • at IUCr 2008 in Osaka (August 24) Reliable determination of absolute structure using small Bijvoet differences
    Rob W.W. Hooft
  • at Bruker Users meeting 2008 in Delft (September 30) Absolute configuration determination without heavy atoms
    Rob W.W. Hooft
  • at Chemical Crystallography group of the BCA, November 12, 2008 in Newcastle Reliable determination of absolute structure using small Bijvoet differences
    Rob W.W. Hooft
  • at Bruker/MIT symposium, February 14, 2009 in Cambridge, MA Absolute structure from light atoms only
    Rob W.W. Hooft
  • at ACA 2009 July 29, 2009, Toronto Absolute Structure Without Heavy Atoms: Experimental Tests.
    Raymond P. Scaringe, J.D. DiMarco, M.F. Malley, M.A. Gallela, M. Dabros
  • Poster at ACA 2009 July 29, 2009, Toronto Working near the edge of the looking glass: Absolute structure from very weak anomalous signal.
    Frank Fronczek
  • Poster at ECM 25, August 2009, Istanbul Absolute Configuration Determination: Is There More Information in the Data?
    Amber L. Thompson and David J. Watkin