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proceedings and invited talks are available in electronic form; visit "program"
Under the auspices of
The goal of the annual European Workshop on Computational Geometry is
to provide a forum for scientists from both academia and
industry to meet, present their work, interact, and establish
collaborations, in order to promote research in the field of
Computational Geometry, within Europe and beyond.
The workshop aims at providing an informal
atmosphere through which both established and young researchers
will have a productive exchange of ideas and collaboration.
Topics of interest to this workshop include, but are not limited to:
Design and analysis of geometric algorithms and data structures;
Applications of computational geometry.
Call for Papers and Important Dates
2nd (and last) Call for Papers (13.12.05):
| || || || Submission deadline:||
||Monday, January 16, 2006|
| || || ||Acceptance notification:||
||Monday, January 30, 2006|
| || || ||Final version due:||
||Monday, February 13, 2006|
| || || ||Early Registration by:||
||Friday, February 17, 2006|
| || || ||Workshop:||
||Monday, March 27 -- Wednesday, March 29, 2006|
There shall be 3 invited speakers, with the following topics:
- Bernard Chazelle (Princeton U.): So much data, so little time
- Raimund Seidel (U. des Saarlandes): Understanding the inverse Ackermann function
- Monique Teillaud (INRIA Sophia-Antipolis): From triangles to curves
- Submissions consist of a brief abstract (up to 4 pages) to be
received by January 16th, 2006; the abstracts will be collected
and distributed among the participants at the workshop. There
will be no other proceedings, so the presented work may later
appear in a more complete form at another conference.
- You should use the provided latex style file.
- Submit your file electronically to
in gzipped Postscript or in PDF format.
- Contributed talks shall be 15 minutes long.
Keeping with the Workshop's tradition, selected papers will be invited to
a special issue of Computational Geometry: Theory and Applications.
- Ioannis Emiris (co-chair), National U. of Athens
- Menelaos Karavelas, U. of Crete
- Christos Konaxis, National U. of Athens
- Leonidas Palios (co-chair), U. of Ioannina
- George Tzoumas, National U. of Athens