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        Proceedings for the 14th European Powder Diffraction Conference published online as a 2015 Special Supplement Issue of Powder Diffraction Journal
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European Powder Diffraction Conference (EPDIC 14) was held in Aarhus, Denmark on 15–18 June 2014. A beautiful city, pleasant weather, and an outstanding conference all made for a wonderful experience. As part of EPDIC 14, the International Centre for Diffraction Data (ICDD) sponsored the publication of the conference proceedings. Through Cambridge University Press, the EPDIC 14 proceedings with 21 papers (see Table I) are being published online (http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayJournal?jid=PDJ ).

Table I. Published papers in EPDIC 14 proceedings.

EPDIC 14 attendees receive free access to the proceedings for 2 years and subscribers to Powder Diffraction also have access. Anyone without a PDJ subscription or did not attend EPDIC 14 can purchase any of the articles for a fee. I would like to thank the EPDIC 14 Proceedings Editors Jens-Erik Jorgensen, Paolo Scardi, and Michela Brunelli for their efforts in getting all of the papers together, reviewed, and approved for publication. A special thanks to Nicole Ernst-Boris, Powder Diffraction Managing Editor, for her diligence in coordinating the submission of manuscripts to Cambridge University Press (Photo 1).

Photo 1. (Color online) A highlight of the EPDIC 14 meeting was the presentation by the EPDIC Committee, the EPDIC Award for Distinguished Powder Diffractionists to Professor Daniel Louer (Rennes, France). Professor Louer is also an ICDD Distinguished Fellow. Shown here are Daniel (middle) being congratulated by ICDD Principal Scientist Tom Blanton (left) and ICDD Executive Director Tim Fawcett (right).