EWCG 2005 and Spring school
speckman at win.tue.nl
Mon Oct 4 15:17:09 PDT 2004
1st CALL FOR PAPERS
The 21st European Workshop on Computational Geometry
The 21st European Workshop on Computational Geometry will take place
on March 9-11, 2005, at the Technische Universiteit Eindhoven. The
workshop will be preceded by a Spring School on March 7-8, 2005.
Workshop/Spring school website http://www.win.tue.nl/EWCG2005/
The goal of this annual, informal workshop is to provide an
opportunity for established researchers from academia, R&D people
from industry, research students, and postdocs to meet and present
their current work in order to further scientific interaction and
international collaboration. Topics of interest include, but are
not restricted to:
* Analysis of geometric algorithm design and data structures
including theoretical issues arising from implementations,
geometric optimization, combinatorial geometry, and analysis
of geometric configurations.
* Applications of computational geometry in robotics and virtual
worlds, computer graphics, simulation and visualization, image
processing, geometric and solid modeling, computer aided
geometric design, manufacturing, geographical information
systems, and structural molecular biology.
Submission: January 10, 2005
Program available: January 24, 2005
Early registration: February 7, 2005
Workshop dates: March 9-11, 2005
Mark de Berg (chair)
Rene van Oostrum
The target audience for this spring school are PhD students and
postdocs that work in the area of computational geometry and/or in
algorithm design and analysis. The program of the school is divided
into four blocks (two per day) which are each devoted to a specific
topic. Each block consists of lectures and problem solving exercises
in small groups.
Since we can only accommodate a limited number of participants
please send an (electronic) application with a short description of
your research interests and your previous knowledge in the areas
addressed by the school to Mark de Berg (m.t.d.berg at tue.nl).
Applications will be accepted as of now. Spots will be filled on a
"first-come-first-serve" basis so we recommend to apply early. The
registration fee includes all materials as well as lunches and
coffee breaks during the spring school.
Lars Arge, University of Aarhus, I/O Efficient Algorithms
Danny Halperin, Tel Aviv University, Arrangements
Sariel Har-Peled, Univ. of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Core Sets
Marc van Kreveld, Utrecht University, Algorithms for GIS
Application Deadline: February 7, 2005
Spring School Dates: March 7-8, 2005
Registration fee: 50 €
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