We are pleased to announce the tenth in a series of annual fall workshops on Computational Geometry. This workshop series, founded under the sponsorship of the Mathematical Sciences Institute (MSI) at Stony Brook (with funding from the U. S. Army Research Office), has continued during 1996-1999 under the sponsorship of the Center for Geometric Computing, a collaborative center of Brown, Duke, and Johns Hopkins Universities, also funded by the U.S. Army Research Office.
This year, for the tenth in the workshop series, the workshop returns to the campus of the University at Stony Brook.
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, but are not limited to:
Following the tradition of the previous workshops on Computational Geometry, the format of the workshop will be informal, extending over 2 days, with several breaks scheduled for discussions. There will also be an Open Problem Session in order to promote a free exchange of questions and research challenges.
We strongly encourage registration in advance, through the workshop web site; registration can also be completed on-site. There will be no registration fee.
Students are especially encouraged to attend and participate! We expect to be able to provide free accommodations (couch space, floor space, etc.) for visiting students with some of Stony Brook's local graduate student hosts who are taking part in the organization.
Authors are invited to submit abstracts for talks to be given at the workshop. Please send an abstract (up to 2 pages) and a draft of a paper (if you have one). (Since 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., SoCG'01) is allowed and encouraged.)
E-mail submissions are encouraged; send to email@example.com. Ideally, the abstract should be a PDF, PostScript, or LaTeX, file, for ease in assembling the abstract booklet. Abstracts can also be sent by regular mail to:
Submissions should arrive by October 3, 2000. Authors will be notified of acceptance by October 10, 2000.
Schedule of Talks
Abstracts and Papers
List of Participants
A booklet of abstracts will be distributed at the workshop and made available electronically on the Web. There will be no formal proceedings for this workshop.
Pankaj K. Agarwal (Duke University), Estie M. Arkin (Stony Brook), Michael A. Bender (Stony Brook), Michael T. Goodrich (Johns Hopkins University), Joseph S. B. Mitchell (Stony Brook), Steven S. Skiena (Stony Brook), Roberto Tamassia (Brown University)
Sponsored by the Department of Applied Mathematics and Statistics and the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, State University of New York at Stony Brook, with partial support from the National Science Foundation and Salomon Smith Barney.
Joe Mitchell --
Applied Math & Statistics --
Computer Science --
SUNY Stony Brook