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CRM > English > Activities > Curs 2017-2018 > IRP on Discrete, Combinatorial and Computational Geometry
IRP on Discrete, Combinatorial and Computational Geometry

 

April 16 – June 8, 2018

 

 General information
 
 
Grants and registration: find information in the following link  NEW!
 
 
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 Description
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This intensive research program will consist of 8 weeks of activities focused on hot topics in discrete, combinatorial and computational geometry and their intricate relationships. The program will bring together leading researchers from all over the world to work on open problems, and to analyze its present state and perspectives. The program has been designed to be interesting for both senior researchers and advanced PhD students. The planned activities combine learning opportunities and research collaboration chances in problems of theoretical nature in combinatorial and discrete geometry, algorithmic problems from computational geometry, and implementation issues in specialized software.
 
The central part of the program is composed of 5 consecutive weeks, including two advanced courses, each followed by a week of topic-related inspiring lectures, and a hand-on course on geometric software:
 

 

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In addition, the central part of the program will be followed by three more weeks of activities:
  • May 22-25: Working and interacting week, with seminar talks.
  • May 28-June 1: CONNECT workshop on geometric and algorithmic aspects of networks
  • June 4-8: 5th Austrian-Japanese-Mexican-Spanish workshop on discrete geometry
 Scientific committee
 
Oswin Aichholzer (TU Graz, Austria)
Prosenjit Bose (Carleton U, Canada)
Erik Demaine (MIT, USA)
Clemens Huemer (UPC, Spain)
Joe Mitchell (Stony Brook U, USA)
János Pach (EPFL Lausanne, Switzerland and Renyi Institute Budapest, Hungary)
Vera Sacristán (UPC, Spain)  (coordinator)
Rodrigo I. Silveira (UPC, Spain)
Invited visiting researchers  
 
KarimAdiprasitoThe Hebrew University of Jerusalem07/05/201819/05/2018
ImreBárányHungarian Academy of Sciences15/05/201825/05/2018
AlexanderBarvinokUniversity of Michigan13/05/201819/05/2018
SergioCabelloUniversity of Ljubljana15/04/201828/04/2018
María del PilarCanoUniversitat Politècnica de Catalunya16/04/201808/06/2018
Erin WolfChambersSaint Louis University15/04/201825/04/2018
ErikDemaineMassachusetts Institute of Technology22/04/201828/04/2018
TamalDeyThe Ohio State University22/04/201828/04/2018
VidaDujmovicUniversity of Ottawa07/05/201819/05/2018
AndreasFabriThe Geometry Factory22/04/201802/05/2018
FabrizioFratiUniversità degli studi Roma Tre07/05/201801/06/2018
DanHalperinTel Aviv University22/04/201828/04/2018
MichaelJoswigTechnische Universität Berlin02/05/201804/05/2018
ZoltánKovácsJohannes Kepler Universität Linz30/04/201804/05/2018
BojanMoharSimon Fraser University06/05/201816/05/2018
NabilMustafaESIEE Paris14/04/201816/05/2018
GelasioSalazarUniversidad Autónoma de San Luis Potosí23/04/201818/05/2018
CarlosSearaUniversitat Politècnica de Catalunya16/04/201808/06/2018
AdamShefferCalifornia Institut of Technology13/05/201819/05/2018
Marcvan KreveldUniversiteit Utrecht22/04/201827/04/2018
List of participants
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KarimAdiprasitoThe Hebrew University of Jerusalem
OswinAichholzerGraz University of Technology
Hugo AlvesAkitayaTufts University
CarlosAlegríaUniversidad Autonoma de Mexico
AnaAlvarezUniversidad de Alcalá
OctavioArizmendi
SerhiiAvvakumovInstitute of Science and Technology (Austria)
ImreBárányHungarian Academy of Sciences
GaliBar-OnBen-Gurion University of the Negev
AlexanderBarvinokUniversity of Michigan
IoanaBerceaUniversity of Maryland
PritamBhattacharyaIndian Institute of Technology
RobynBrooksTulane University
GuidoBrücknerKarlsruher Institut für Technologie
SergioCabelloUniversity of Ljubljana
María del PilarCanoUniversitat Politècnica de Catalunya
Luis EvaristoCaraballoUniversidad de Sevilla
JeanCardinal
Nicholas JohnCavannaUniversity of Connecticut
Erin WolfChambersSaint Louis University
RamonaCharlton
GiuliaCodenottiFreie Universität Berlin
FrancoColtraroUniversitat Politècnica de Catalunya
CristinaDalfóUniversitat Politècnica de Catalunya
GáborDamásdiThe Hebrew University of Jerusalem
AnthonyD'AngeloHerzberg Laboratories
ErikDemaineMassachusetts Institute of Technology
TamalDeyThe Ohio State University
Jose MiguelDíaz-BáñezUniversidad de Sevilla
JiaxinDingStony Brook University
VidaDujmovicUniversity of Ottawa
GuillermoEstebanUniversitat Politècnica de Catalunya
RuyFabila MonroyCINVESTAV
AndreasFabriThe Geometry Factory
OksanaFirmanUniversity of Würzburg
GonzaloFizUniversitat Politècnica de Catalunya
DavidFlores
NoraFranklLondon School of Economics and Political Science
FabrizioFratiUniversità degli studi Roma Tre
RadoslavFulekInstitute of Science and Technology (Austria)
AlfredoGarciaUniversidad de Zaragoza
DeliaGarijoUniversidad de Sevilla
SubirGhoshRamakrishna Mission Vivekananda University
PanosGiannopoulosMiddlesex University London
GerardoGonzalezUniversidad Nacional Autónoma de México
DanHalperinTel Aviv University
CarlosHidalgoCINVESTAV
ClemensHuemerUniversitat Politècnica de Catalunya
johniacono
OscarIglesiasUniversidad de Cantabria
Mazay OswaldoJiménezUniversidad Nacional Autónoma de México
MichaelJoswigTechnische Universität Berlin
MikioKanoIbaraki University
ElenaKhramtcovaUniversité Libre de Bruxelles
BernhardKilgusRuhr-Universität Bochum
JinhaKimSeoul National University
MinkiKimKAIST
FabianKluteTechnische Universität Wien
MatiasKormanTohoku University
ZoltánKovácsJohannes Kepler Universität Linz
MyroslavKryvenUniversity of Würzburg
StefanLangermanUniversité Libre de Bruxelles
DoloresLaraCINVESTAV
AaronLinLondon School of Economics and Political Science
JaysonLynchMassachusetts Institute of Technology
IoannisMantasUniversità della Svizzera italiana
BereniceMartínezUniversitat Politècnica de Catalunya
Leonardo IgnacioMartínezBen-Gurion University of the Negev
ZuzanaMasárováInstitute of Science and Technology (Austria)
CarolinaMedinaUniversidad Autónoma de San Luis Potosí
BojanMoharSimon Fraser University
MercèMoraUniversitat Politècnica de Catalunya
NabilMustafaESIEE Paris
MartonNaszodiEötvös Loránd Tudományegyetem
Tri-DungNguyenUniversity of Southampton
MarcNoyUniversitat Politècnica de Catalunya
Jorge AlbertoOlarteFreie Universität Berlin
DeborahOliverosUniversidad Nacional Autónoma de México
KatharinaÖlsböckInstitute of Science and Technology (Austria)
DavidOrdenUniversidad de Alcalá
ArnauPadrolUniversité Pierre et Marie Curie
IreneParadaGraz University of Technology
Ji-wonParkKAIST
LuisPedroCIMAT
PabloPérezUniv. de Santiago de Chile
SiddharthPritamINRIA Sophia Antipolis Méditerranée
MarcelRadermacherKarlsruher Institut für Technologie
PedroRamosUniversidad de Alcalá
WassimRharbaouiUniversité de Poitiers
BodhayanRoyMasaryk University
Juan JoséRuéUniversitat Politècnica de Catalunya
LeonieRyvkinRuhr-Universität Bochum
VeraSacristánUniversitat Politècnica de Catalunya
GelasioSalazarUniversidad Autónoma de San Luis Potosí
MariaSaumellThe Czech Academy of Sciences
MarkoSavicUniversity of Novi Sad
HendrikSchrezenmaierTechnische Universität Berlin
CarlosSearaUniversitat Politècnica de Catalunya
OriolSerraUniversitat Politècnica de Catalunya
AdamShefferCalifornia Institut of Technology
RodrigoSilveiraUniversitat Politècnica de Catalunya
ChristophSpiegelUniversitat Politècnica de Catalunya
AlessandraTappiniUniversità degli Studi di Perugia
JavierTejelUniversidad de Zaragoza
GaurishTelangStony Brook University
CsabaTothCalifornia State University
JérômeUrhausenUniversiteit Utrecht
JorgeUrrutia
Meesvan de KerkhofUniversiteit Utrecht
Ivorvan der HoogUniversiteit Utrecht
Marcvan KreveldUniversiteit Utrecht
VasilikiVelonaUniversitat Politècnica de Catalunya
InmaculadaVenturaUniversidad de Sevilla
JordiVermeulenUniversiteit Utrecht
SteliosVitalisDelft University of Technology
BirgitVogtenhuberGraz University of Technology
MaximilianWötzelCentre de Recerca Matemàtica
Activities 
 
Advanced Course I: Advanced Techniques for Algorithmic Geometry (+Info & Program)
 
Lecturers:
This course will survey some of the most recent algorithmic paradigms and data structures that have led to the latest advances in the state of the art of computational geometry.
  
Advanced Course II: New Results In Combinatorial & Discrete Geometry (+Info & Program)
 
Lecturers:
This course will cover hot topics in combinatorial and discrete geometry, focusing on a selection of techniques that have enabled some of the latest breakthroughs in the area.
  
Inspiring Lectures I: Computational Geometry Towards Applications (+Info & Program)
 
Lecturers:
This activity will consist of 1-2 lectures per day, focusing on open problems on different topics, in relation to the subjects of Advanced Course I. The remaining of the day, attendees will have plenty of time to work and interacting with each other.
  
Inspiring Lectures II: Challenges in Combinatorial & Discrete Geometry (+Info & Program)
 
Lecturers:
This activity will consist of 1-2 lectures per day, focusing on open problems on different topics, in relation to the subjects of Advanced Course II. The remaining of the day, attendees will have plenty of time to work and interacting with each other.
  
Hands-on course on Geometric Software (+Info & Program)
 
This activity is intended to provide practical knowledge about important software tools relevant to researchers dealing with geometric problems. It will include lectures as well as practicum.
 
Topics and lecturers:
 
During the whole duration of the program we will hold a regular weekly seminar in which other visitors will be able to present recent results on the topics of the program. The frequency of the seminar will depend on the number of visitors, but we expect to have at least one and at most two talks per week. These seminars will be open to the whole Mathematics community.
 
In addition, all students participating in the program will be invited to give a talk about their current work in a student seminar that will take place regularly in the afternoons during the five central weeks of the program. The frequency of the talks will depend on the number of students, but we expect to have at most two talks per day. Other visitors, including students and also more senior researchers will be encouraged to attend.
Organization

 

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Acknowledgements

 

 
This program is made possible in part by the generous support from the European Mathematical Society and the National Science Foundation.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Further information
 
You can check the programme's original website from the UPC here.

 

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