The "CRYSTAL tutorial project" started in 2000, when the first "Ab initio modeling in solid state chemistry - MSSC2000" school was organized. MSSC2001, MSSC2002, MSSC2003 (Torino), EACAS (Pau, France), MSSC2004 (London, UK), MASP2004 (Barcelona, Spain), MSSC2006 (Torino), ASCS2006 (Spokane, USA), MSSC2007 (Torino) and MSSC2008 (London, UK), MSSC2009 Torino Edition, MSSC2009 London Edition, MSSC2010 (London), MSSC2011 Torino Edition, MSSC2011 London Edition, MSSC2012 (London), followed.
A review article is devoted to a basic introduction to CRYSTAL as a tool for quantum simulation in solid state chemistry :
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"Basic tutorials" give general information about the main features of the code, "advanced tutorials" show how to use CRYSTAL capabilities in a specific research field (see references).
Refer to "CRYSTAL09 User's Manual" for detailed information.
For most of the topics above refer to :
C. Pisani, editor:
Quantum-Mechanical Ab-initio calculation of the Properties of Crystalline
Lecture Notes in Chemistry, Vol. 67, Springer Verlag, Heidelberg, 1996
Refer to "How to run CRYSTAL" for information on the scripts provided to help execution and visualization of results.