The 18th European Powder Diffraction Conference, EPDIC18, is scheduled to take place in Padova from August 30th to September 2nd, 2024.
Padova is one of the most charming towns in Italy and hosts a lively University that is among the oldest in Europe. The historical centre boasts a wealth of medieval, renaissance and modern architecture.
From Giotto to Mantegna, from Donatello to Galileo Galilei, Padova has been host to the greatest artists and scientists of the ages, making it a temple of knowledge. Visiting Padova means a full immersion in arts, history and culture!
Moreover, it is in a central position to reach Venice, Verona and the Garda lake, the Dolomites and Adriatic Seaside. Padova is also a conference-friendly city as its medium-size allows short transfers from one point to another, the several airports in the surroundings make it easily accessible and the reasonable hotel rates define Padova as a very good destination.
2024 will be a very important date for Padova and its University, as the 800-year foundation will be celebrated. Several events are expected for the anniversary, among them EPDIC18.
ROSANNA RIZZI, CNR – Institute of Crystallography, Bari, Italy, EPDIC18 CHAIR
ANNAMARIA MAZZONE, CNR – Institute of Crystallography, Bari, Italy, EPDIC18 Co-CHAIR
GILBERTO ARTIOLI, University of Padova, Italy
NICOLA CORRIERO, CNR – Institute of Crystallography, Bari, Italy
MARIA CHIARA DALCONI, University of Padova, Italy
AURELIA FALCICCHIO, CNR – Institute of Crystallography, Bari, Italy
ANTONELLA GUAGLIARDI, CNR – Institute of Crystallography, Como, Italy
ANNALISA GUERRI, University of Firenze, Italy
PAOLO MAZZEO, University of Parma, Italy
DRITAN SILIQI, CNR – Institute of Crystallography, Bari, Italy