Welcome to the Crystal-lite meeting



Bring your amazing work and stay for the coffee! 19th-20th May 2022 Melbourne CBD we’ll be holding our first Early-Career researcher’s meeting, Crystal-lite!   We are planning a hybrid meeting and are very much looking forward to gathering and hearing about your research.

All are welcome to attend - registration below. 

The meeting is free to members of SCANZ.  If you aren’t a member yet (why not!) – then head to https://scanz.iucr.org/ to apply now!


Poster abstracts and registration open until 13th May through this form https://forms.gle/RsUnEYNzm6GgrSdC9.

Meeting information

The meeting will be held at the Bio21 Auditorium, which is at 30 Flemington Road , easily accessible by public transport.

Map link


The full and final program is available via this link: https://universityofadelaide.box.com/s/79orkrcdwi8vz02zf62tlgezg3g0rcjv 

Invited speakers

We have two Mid-Career researchers as our invited speakers - they are:

Dr Carol Hua

Dr Rhys Grinter

              Title: Supramolecular Chiral Sensors: Beautiful Crystals, NMR and Fluorescence.              

Title: Living on thin air: The structural basis for atmospheric hydrogen scavenging by a soil bacterium. 


Travelling from New Zealand or West Australia?

We have a small pot of funds to help our farthest flung members attend the meeting in person – contact events@scanz.org by the 27th April if you would like to access these funds

Accessibility needs

Do you have any accessibility needs to allow you to attend in person, do drop us a line if so events@scanz.org

Code of conduct

Our meeting will be following the IUCr’s code of conduct for meetings https://www.iucr.org/iucr/principles-and-policies/code-of-conduct

Organising group

Sarah Piper, Monash University

Shadi Maghool, University of Melbourne

Pramod Subedi, University of Melbourne

Chathura Suraweera, Monash University

Rosemary Young, Monash University

Emily Furlong, Victor Chang Institute

Tess Malcolm, University of Melbourne

Lauren Macreadie, University of Sydney

Michelle Miller, WEHI

Helen Maynard-Casely, ANSTO

Any questions about the meeting?  Get in touch with events@scanz.org

Thanks to our sponsors


 Bio21 - for providing our venue