
General Information
The aim of this workshop is to bring together, in an informal setting
conducive to stimulate collaboration, researchers from academia and
industry, as well as students working in Computational Geometry and
Geometric Applications. The goal is to learn from each other of recent
progress on problems of common interest, leaving sufficient time for
discussions and posing of new problems emerging from ongoing
research.
Topics of interest span all algorithmic aspects of geometrical
problems, either classical or emerging from applied computational
areas, including but not limited to:
 Algorithmic methods in geometry
 Animation of geometric algorithms
 Applications of geometric algorithms
 Biogeometry
 Combinatorial geometry
 Computeraided design
 Computer graphics
 Computational metrology
 Computational statistics
 Computational topology
 Computer vision
 Experimental studies of geometric algorithms
 Geometric approximation algorithms
 Geometric computation in Computational biology

 Geometric data structures
 Geometry of geographic information systems
 Graph drawing
 Implementation issues for geometric algorithms
 I/Oscalable geometric algorithms
 Kinetic data structures
 Manufacturing applications of geometry
 Mesh generation
 Modeling new problems with geometry
 Motion generation, folding and unfolding
 Robustness in geometric computations
 Robotics
 Solid modeling
 Visualization (Scientific/Information/Geometric)

The workshop will extend over two days (FridaySaturday), with several
breaks scheduled for discussions and an Open Problems session.
