This workshop is intended especially for chemists and crystallographers working with molecular crystals. The main focus of the workshop will be the structure determination of modulated molecular crystals. The goal of the workshop is to demonstrate that modulated structures can usually be solved and refined quite easily using just the standard crystallographic knowledge and some information about the specifics of modulated compounds, without deep mathematical background.
The workshop starts at 9am and finishes at 6pm. Detailed workshop program is available here.

Topics of the workshop:
- Introduction to the program Jana2006
- Introduction to the structure analysis of modulated structures
- Solution of several simple 3d structures with Jana2006
- Solution of several simple modulated structures
- Related topics: twinning, disorder, rigid bodies ....
Each participant should bring a laptop with operating system WindowsXP or higher, with Administration rights. Installation of all necessary software will be done at the beginning of the workshop. Wireless internet connection including Eduroam is available at the lecture room. Limited number of computers can be provided to people without laptop (please inform us before the workshop that this would be needed)
Workshop cookbook
Workshop cookbook cumulates examples from all Jana workshops. The latest version together with example files and installations files is available in jana page: (> 100MB). THE LINK IS UPDATED AFTER THE WORKSHOP, NOT BEFORE!
1Claire Wilson, Glasgow
2Helena Shepherd, Kent
3Celine Besnard, Geneva
4Olivier Blacque, Zurich
5Ekaterina Kaneva, Irkutsk
6Bjorn Wehinger, Geneva
7Sanghyun Lee, Tokai
8Dennis Wiedemann, Berlin
9Iurii Dovgaliuk, Grenoble
10Inigo Vitorica, Manchester
11George Whitehead, Manchester
12Alexander Nazarenko, Buffalo
13Andrzej Gladysiak, Lausanne
14Almaz Aliev, Lyon
Registration to this workshop is closed.
The workshop is organized by Department of structure analysis at the Institute of Physics and Special interest group on aperiodic crystals at ECA. The date and program are created in collaboration with participants.
Transportation from the Vaclav Havel airport in Prague
Institute of Physics has two buildings 15 km apart! Make sure you are travelling to proper building at Cukrovarnicka street 10, Prague 6.
By taxi: AAA taxi - the yellow cars located in front of terminals - costs approximately 400 CZK (15 Euro) to "Hotel u Sladku" as well as to the Institute.

By public transport:
Connections can be found at the DPP web page
Options to find connections from the airport to Hotel u Sladku: FROM "Airport" TO "U Kastanu" VIA "Vypich" TRANSFERS "1".
Options to find connections from the airport to the Institute of Physics: FROM "Airport" TO "Sibeliova" VIA "Petriny" TRANSFERS "1"
Options to find connections from Hotel u Sladku to the Institute of Physics: FROM "U Kastanu" TO "Vozovna Stresovice"
Limited numer of rooms is available at the three-star "Hotel u Sladku". This hotel has very good public transport connection to the airport, to the main railway station, to the Prague city centre and to the Institute of Physics. The institute can also be reached by foot (20 minutes). Free wireless connection is available in most of rooms. For season-dependent prices per night please see the hotel web page. Payment in Czech Crowns or in Euros. Breakfast included. Public transport tickets on sale.
For booking please use the online form at the hotel web page: and type the code JANA2006 in the textbox "Note" of the reservation form.
Another (tested) hotels within walking distance to the institute:
Hotel Aton
Hotel Marketa
At the canteen of the Institute, for 65 CZK - paid on arrival
Coffee breaks
50 CZK per day - paid on arrival
There are no registration fees for Jana2006 workshops. Consequently, no financial support can be provided.