The XXV General Assembly and Congress of the International Union of Crystallography was held in Prague this year. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, Philip was unable to attend in person. Instead, he joined the conference virtually from his home office in Melbourne. The time difference made for some late nights, but he always had the company of his trusty assistant Pixie (seen luxuriating behind the computer in the picture below!).
Last night Philip presented 'Towards the measurement of bonding electron densities in nanostructured materials' at the conference. This collaborative work aims to measure bonding electron densities within several different nanostructures and interfaces, using QCBED based on the multislice formalism. A recording of Philip's talk is available on request.