American Crystallographic Association
|Legal status||Scientific Organisation|
|Purpose||Promote interactions among scientists who study the structure of matter at atomic resolution|
|2,200 in > 60 countries|
|Prof. Martha Teeter|
|Dr Christopher Cahill|
The American Crystallographic Association, Inc. (ACA) is a non-profit, scientific organization for scientists who study the structure of matter via crystallographic methodologies. Since its founding in 1949 it has amassed over 2000 members worldwide.
A quarterly magazine, called ACA RefleXions, is published in addition to a scholarly journal, Transactions of the ACA.
The association presents several awards
Past presidents of the association include:
- Paul Peter Ewald (1952)
- William Lipscomb (1955)
- Henri A. Levy (1965)
- Jerome Karle (1972)
- Helen M. Berman (1988)
- "Awards Presented by the American Crystallographic Association". American Crystallographic Association. Retrieved 29 March 2014.