Noon seminar

The informal research seminar of the ALGO and AGA groups. Talks last roughly 25 minutes, with five extra minutes allocated for discussion. Many presentations are focussed on recent conference presentations, or practice talks for upcoming conferences. New members are often asked to give an overview of their field of research. Talks given by invited speakers may take up to 45-60 minutes including questions.

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All noon seminar schedules: 2019 · 2018 · 2017 · 2016 · 2015 · 2014 · 2013 · 2012 · 2011 · 2010 · 2009 · 2008 · 2007 · 2006 · 2005

 

Upcoming Talks:

No Upcoming Talks

Previous Talks:

Quartile 4:
Time: Tuesday 12:45-13:15

Date Room Speaker Title
Apr 24 Tuesday MF 13 Daniel Olah $O(k)$-robust spanners in one dimension
May 25 Friday
12:00-12:30
MF 14 Hein van Beers Automatic Evaluation of Schematic Maps
May 28 Monday
13:00-13:30
MF 13 Tom van der Zanden On the Exact Complexity of Polyomino Packing
May 29 Tuesday
13:05-13:20
MF 13 Willem Sonke A KDS for Discrete Morse-Smale Complexes
May 29 Tuesday
12:45-13:00
MF 13 Jules Wulms Topological stability of kinetic k-centers
Jun 7 Thursday
16:00-16:45
MF 15 Christian Scheideler Models and Algorithms for Programmable Matter
Jun 8 Friday
13:30-14:00
MF 14 Aurélien Ooms Subquadratic Encodings for Point Configurations
Jun 19 Tuesday MF 13 Aleksandar Markovic Non-Monochromatic and Conflict-Free Colorings in Tree spaces and Planar Network Spaces
Jun 25 Monday
14:45-15:15
MF 12 Hein van Beers Automatic Evaluation of Schematic Maps
Jul 2 Monday
15:00-15:30
MF 13 Ivo van Heck Triangle Partition on graphs of bounded Cutwidth
Jul 3 Tuesday MF 3 Jeroen Hoogers Algorithms for Exploration of Architectural Design Spaces
Jul 6 Friday
13:00-13:30
MF 15 Arjan van den Boogaart Optimizing fiber network planning
Jul 10 Tuesday
14:00-15:00
MF 13 Sudeshna Kolay Separators for Subexponential Algorithms In Euclidean Geometry

Quartile 3:
Time: Tuesday 12:45-13:15

Date Room Speaker Title
Feb 13 Tuesday MF 13 Sudeshna Kolay Kernelization for Problems in Incidence geometry
Feb 27 Tuesday MF 15 Jeroen van Oorschot Near-Dorling Cartograms
Feb 27 Tuesday
12:15-12:45
MF 15 Irina Kostitsyna An Optimal Algorithm to Compute the Inverse Beacon Attraction Region
Mar 13 Tuesday
11:30-14:00
MF 12 Thom, Tim, Willem, Thom, Jules, Max, Aleks EuroCG Practice Session
Mar 28 Wednesday
12:45
MF 13 Willem Sonke Optimal Algorithms for Compact Linear Layouts
Apr 3 Tuesday MF 14 Jules Wulms A Framework for Algorithm Stability and its Application to Kinetic Euclidean MSTs
Apr 10 Tuesday MF 15 Thom Castermans Agglomerative Clustering of Growing Squares

Quartile 2:
Time: Tuesday 12:45-13:15

Date Room Speaker Title
Jan 16 Tuesday TBA Kevin Verbeek CANCELLED
Jan 30 Tuesday
12:30
MF 14 Robbert Mollevanger Modular Robot Self-Reconfiguration
Jan 31 Wednesday
12:30
MF 15 Bart van der Vecht Self-organizing particle systems: shape formation by amoebots
Feb 1 Thursday
12:10-13:30
MF 4 Marc Verhaegh CANCELLED