6th Winter School on Computational Geometry

6th Winter School on Computational Geometry

6th Winter School on Computational Geometry

February 19-24, 2014


6th winter school time table

5th winter school time table
9:00-10:30 10:30-11:00 11:00-12:30
Feb. 19 Partition trees: The basics
By
Mark de Berg
Coffee break Curve similarity
By
Joachim Gudmundsson
Coffee Break
Feb. 20 Partition trees: trade-offs and multi-level structures
By
Mark de Berg
Clustering curves
By
Joachim Gudmundsson
Feb. 21 Partition trees: applications
By
Mark de Berg
Curve simplification
By
Joachim Gudmundsson
Feb. 22 No Lecture
Feb. 23 Movement patterns
By
Joachim Gudmundsson
Coffee break Arrangements: upper envelopes, single cells and other substructures
By
Mark de Berg
Coffee break
Feb. 24 Trajectory segmentation
By
Joachim Gudmundsson
Arrangements: applications
By
Mark de Berg
Seminars on primary concepts of computational geometry
9:00-10:15 10:30-11:45 13:00-14:30 14:45-16:15 16:30-18:30
Feb. 17 ntroduction to CG + Convex Hull
By
Bahram Sadeghi Bigham
break Voronoi Diagram and Delaunay triangulation
By
Zahra Nilforoushan
break Arrangement and Duality
By
Ali Mohades
break Geometric Data Structures: Orthogonal Range Searching and Windowing
By
Mohammad Ali Abam
Feb. 18 Geometric Data Structures: Binary Space Partitions + Quadtrees
By
Mansoor Davoodi
Geometric Data Structures: simplex Range Searching
By
Hamid Zarrabi-Zadeh
Polygon Partitioning
By
Farnaz Sheikhi
Visibility
By
Alireza Zarei
Introduction to Computational Movement Analysis
By
Farhad Rahmati