Career Celebration  /  Symposium on Crystal Engineering

April 28-29




April 28  (Friday)           Chez Zee's (map)
18:00                        Reception for Attendees

  Directions from downtown Austin to Chez Zee's:  Take 6th Street (West) - Take a Right on Mo-Pac Loop 1 (North) - Exit Northland 2222 - Left at Exit - Under Overpass - Left on Balcones Dr (first light) Second Building on the Right (across from the grocery store). 5406 Balcones Dr. Austin Texas 78731

April 29 (Saturday)       WELCH HALL Auditorium (WEL 2.122) 


Speaker Institution                   Title

 Marv Hackert 

  Al Tulinsky

Univ. of Texas at Austin

Michigan State Univ.


  Introduction and Opening remarks

9:00 Bob Willcott

Rice University


9:30 Ken Nichols Oklahoma University

  Ray Davis and X-ray Crystallography - A Synthetic Chemist's Savior

10:00 Hugo Steinfink Univ. of Texas at Austin

  The Influence of the 6s2 Electrons on Crystal Structures

     of Bi - Pb - Transition Metal Phosphates





11:00 Paul Riley Spansion

  Chemistry and Chemical Engineering in the Fabrication

   of Single Crystal Silicon Integrated Circuits

11:30 Walter Henslee Dow

  Industrial Problem Solving with Analytical Chemistry






2:00 Christer Aakeroy Kansas State Univ.

  Constructing Co-crystals with Molecular Sense and 

    Supramolecular Sensibility

2:30 Kraig Wheeler East Illinois Univ.

  Life and Molecular Crystals: (Supra) Ordered 

    Lessons gathered from RED

3:00 Break  


3:30 Joel Oliver Nesch LLC

  From X-ray Diffraction to X-ray Imaging

4:00 Bobby Barnett Univ. Cincinnati

  Lessons in Crystallography for a Career

4:30 Joel Bernstein

Ben-Gurion Univ. Negev



 April 29 Evening              President's Room - UT Club (map)
    6:30           Reception / Mixer
    7:00           Banquet
Contact Marvin Hackert at for questions about local arrangements.