Submission and registration for the 24th Fall Workshop on Computational Geometry is now open.
Info may be found at http://fwcg14.cse.uconn.edu .
Registration is free.
Please submit your 2-page abstracts via Easychair (see below) by October 3.
The aim of this workshop is to bring together students and researchers
from academia and industry, to stimulate collaboration on problems of
common interest arising in geometric computations. Topics to be covered
include computational geometry and related topics, e.g.,
* Algorithmic methods in geometry and topology
* Sensor networks and network technologies
* I/O-scalable geometric algorithms
* Animation of geometric algorithms
* Computer graphics
* Solid modeling
* Geographic information systems
* Graph drawing
* Experimental studies
* Folding and unfolding
* Geometric data structures
* Implementation issues
* Robustness in geometric computations
* Computer vision
* Computer-aided design
* Mesh generation
* Manufacturing applications of geometry
* Computational biology and geometric computations
* Practical Applications of Geometry
Following the tradition of the previous Fall Workshops on Computational
Geometry, the format of the workshop will be informal, extending over 2 days,
with several breaks scheduled for discussions. The workshop is open to the
public, with no registration fee. There will be an Open Problem Session where
participants are encouraged to pose and present research questions.
Authors are invited to submit their abstracts for contributed talks through Easychair:
Deadline: October 3, 2014, with acceptance notification by October 10.
Participants who need an earlier acceptance confirmation should submit earlier and also send an email to the chair; we try to accomodate all requests.
Your abstracts should be two pages, pdf-files (not word-files), no page numbers, preferably with 11pt font.
Because there are no formal proceedings for the workshop, submission of material that is to be submitted to (or to appear in) a refereed conference
(e.g., SODA’2015, SoCG’2015) is allowed and encouraged; but please indicate clearly with the submission if the work has already been presented/accepted elsewhere.
Contributed talk abstracts will be reviewed by the program committee.
Don Sheehy (Chair), University of Connecticut
Jonathan Lenchner, IBM T.J. Watson Research Center
Joseph Mitchell, Stony Brook University
Elizabeth Munch, SUNY Albany
Amir Nayyeri, Oregon State University
Tom Peters, University of Connecticut
Jeff Phillips, University of Utah
Val Pinciu, Southern Connecticut State University
* October 3: Abstract Submission (earlier submission+acceptance possible)
* October 10: Abstract Acceptance
* October 20: Registration Deadline
* October 31 – November 1: Fall Workshop on Computational Geometry
Contact: Don Sheehy (firstname.lastname@example.org)