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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Autumn & Winter 2011

Time: Tuesdays at 11:30 - 12:00

Date Room Speaker Title
Oct 4 Tuesday HG 5.95 TBA TBA
Oct 11 Tuesday HG 5.95 Stef van den Elzen BaobabView: Interactive Construction and Analysis of Decision Trees
Oct 12 Wednesday
14:30–15:00
HG 6.05 Simon Sasburg Approximating average and worst-case quality measure values for d-dimensional space-filling curves
Oct 13 Thursday HG 5.95 Michael Hoffmann Counting Plane Graphs: Pseudo-Flippability and Applications
Oct 18 Tuesday
11:15–12:15
HG 6.29 Wouter Meulemans Delineating Imprecise Regions via Shortest-Path Graphs
A New Method for Subdivision Simplification with Applications to Urban-Area Generalization
Oct 25 Tuesday IEEE Information Visualization Conference 2011 (Providence, USA)
Nov 1 Tuesday HG 5.95 Anne Driemel Jaywalking your Dog - Computing the Fr├ęchet Distance with Shortcuts
Nov 8 Tuesday HG 5.95 TBA TBA
Nov 15 Tuesday TBA TBA TBA
Nov 22 Tuesday HG 5.95 TBA TBA
Nov 29 Tuesday HG 5.95 TBA TBA
Dec 6 Tuesday HG 5.95 TBA TBA
Dec 13 Tuesday HG 5.95 Matthias Mnich Domination when the stars are out
Dec 20 Tuesday HG 6.29 Sander Verdonschot Making triangulations 4-connected using flips
Jan 3 Tuesday HG 5.95 TBA TBA
Jan 10 Tuesday HG 5.95 Ed Schouten Alternative terrain models
Jan 17 Tuesday TBA TBA TBA
Jan 24 Tuesday HG 5.95 Nikhil Bansal The Geometry of Scheduling
Jan 31 Tuesday HG 5.95 TBA TBA

 

Spring & Summer 2011

Time: Wednesdays at 11:30 - 12:00

Date Room Speaker Title
Feb 23 Wednesday HG 8.61 Frits van Bommel Insertion Orders For Delaunay Triangulations
Mar 2 Wednesday HG 5.95 Natasa Jovanovic Finding Shadows among Disks in Optimal Time
Mar 16 Wednesday HG 8.61 Simon Sasburg Approximating average and worst-case quality measures for n-dimensional space-filling curves
Mar 23 Wednesday HG 5.95 Various Practice Talk Session
Mar 30 Wednesday European Workshop on Computational Geometry 2011 (Morschach, Switzerland)
Apr 6 Wednesday HG 5.95 Various Open Problem Session
Apr 13 Wednesday HG 5.95 Vincent Kusters Characterizing graphs with a sliceable rectangular dual
Apr 20 Wednesday HG 5.95 Frank Staals Geographic Grid Embeddings
May 23 Monday HG 5.95 Wolfgang Mulzer Triangulating the Square and Squaring the Triangle
June 15 Wednesday ACM Symposium on Computational Geometry 2011 (Paris, France)
June 20 Monday HG 5.95 Benjamin Raichel The Frechet Distance Revisited and Extended
June 22 Wednesday HG 8.61 Sariel Har‑Peled Geometric Packing under Non-uniform Constraints
June 27 Monday HG 6.05 Frits van Bommel Biased Randomized Insertion Orders
June 29 Wednesday HG 5.95 TBA TBA
July 6 Wednesday HG 5.95 TBA TBA
July 13 Wednesday HG 5.95 TBA TBA
July 18 Monday
13:00–13:45
HG 6.29 Vincent Kusters Characterizing graphs with a sliceable rectangular dual
15:00–15:30 HG 6.29 Frank Staals Geographic Grid Embeddings
July 20 Wednesday HG 5.95 TBA TBA
July 27 Wednesday HG 5.95 TBA TBA