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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Winter 2012

Time: Tuesdays at 11:30 - 12:00

Date Room Speaker Title
Nov 13 Tuesday MF 3.144 TBA TBA
Nov 20 Tuesday MF 3.144 TBA TBA
Nov 22 Thursday
11:30−12:00
MF 3.144 Rolf van Leusden A new algorithm for calculating the Frechet distance
Nov 27 Tuesday MF 3.144 Matthias Mnich Input-Output Ef´Čücient Kernelization
Dec 4 Tuesday MF 3.144 TBA TBA
Dec 11 Tuesday MF 3.144 Hannes Janetzek Open science map
Dec 13 Thursday
11:30-12:00
MF 3.144 Wouter de Koning Dividing sea regions for rectangular cartograms
Dec 18 Tuesday MF 3.144 TBA TBA
Jan 8 Tuesday MF 3.144 Vincent Kusters On Universal Point Sets for Planar Graphs
Jan 15 Tuesday
11:00-11:30
MF 3.119 Marlous Theunissen Flow on Imprecise Terrains
Jan 22 Tuesday MF 3.119 Anne Driemel Packing Edges and Triangles with Geographic Applications
Jan 29 Tuesday MF 3.144 TBA TBA

Autumn 2012

Time: Tuesdays at 11:30 - 12:00

Date Room Speaker Title
Sep 5 Wednesday
11:30–12:00
MF 3.141 Martin Nöllenburg Edge-Weighted Contact Representations of Planar Graphs
Sep 6 Thursday
13:00–13:30
MF 3.141 Wouter Meulemans Locally Correct Frechet Matchings
Sep 14 Friday
13:00–13:30
MF 3.122 Maike Buchin Context-Aware Similarity of Trajectories
Sep 18 Tuesday MF 3.144 TBA TBA
Sep 25 Friday
13:30–14:00
MF 3.144 Kevin Buchin Four Soviets Walk the Dog - with an Application to Alt's Conjecture
Oct 2 Tuesday MF 5.122 TBA TBA
Oct 9 Tuesday MF 3.144 TBA TBA
Oct 16 Tuesday MF 3.144 Andreas Reimer A cartographic look on open problems in automated thematic mapping and schematization
Oct 23 Tuesday MF 3.144 Herman Haverkort Open problems about space-filling curves
Oct 24 Wednesday
11:30–12:00
MF 3.144 Bart van Mierlo Difficulty sensitive point-location
Oct 30 Tuesday MF 3.144 TBA TBA

Spring & Summer 2012

Time: Thursdays at 13:00 - 13:30

Date Room Speaker Title
Feb 9 Thursday TBA TBA TBA
Feb 16 Thursday TBA TBA TBA
Feb 23 Thursday HG 5.95 TBA TBA
Mar 1 Thursday HG 5.95 TBA TBA
Mar 8 Thursday HG 5.95 TBA TBA
Mar 13 Tuesday
11:00–12:00
HG 5.95 Wouter Meulemans
Marcel Roeloffzen
EuroCG Practise Session
Mar 15 Thursday HG 5.95 TBA TBA
Mar 22 Thursday HG 5.95 TBA TBA
Mar 29 Thursday HG 5.95 Nikhil Bansal Constructive Algorithms for Discrepancy Minimization
Apr 4 Wednesday
13:00–13:30
HG 6.29 Joachim Gudmundsson Fast Fréchet Queries
Apr 5 Thursday
10:00–10:30
HG 6.29 Vincent Kusters Simultaneous embeddings
Apr 12 Thursday HG 5.95 Andreas Gemsa Sliding labels for dynamic point labeling
Apr 19 Thursday HG 5.95 TBA TBA

Time: Wednesdays at 13:00 - 13:30

Date Room Speaker Title
May 4 Friday
11:00–12:00
HG 5.95 Nodari Sitchinava A Parallel Buffer Tree
May 9 Wednesday HG 5.95 Kevin Buchin On Fixed-Weight Minimum-Dilation Networks
May 16 Wednesday HG 5.95 TBA TBA
May 23 Wednesday HG 5.95 TBA TBA
June 6 Wednesday HG 5.95 Anne Driemel On the Expected Complexity of Voronoi Diagrams on Terrains
June 13 Wednesday HG 5.95 TBA TBA
June 21 Thursday
13:00–14:00
HG 5.95 Teng Li Gull Trajectory Segmentation by Fréchet Distance
June 27 Wednesday HG 5.95 Okke Schrijvers Practical Algorithms Based on BrioDC
August 16 Thursday
11:30–12:30
MF 6.132 Wolfgang Mulzer Self-improving Algorithms for Coordinate-wise Maxima
August 17 Friday
10:00–11:00
TR 3 Okke Schrijvers Insertions and Deletions in Delaunay Triangulations using Guided Point Location