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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Spring & Summer 2012

Time: Tuesdays at 11:30 - 12:00

Date Room Speaker Title
Feb 12 Tuesday MF 6.132 Jo Wood Why Sketchy Rendering is Good for Information Visualization
Feb 19 Tuesday MF 6.132 TBA TBA
Feb 21 Thursday
11:30−12:00
MF 6.132 Rodrigo Silveira Space-Time Trade-offs for Stack-Based Algorithms
Feb 26 Tuesday MF 6.132 TBA TBA
Mar 5 Tuesday MF 6.132 TBA TBA
Mar 12 Tuesday
9:30-12:00
MF 3.119 Various EuroCG practise session
Mar 14 Thursday
11:30-12:00
MF 6.132 Stef Sijben TBA
Mar 19 Tuesday MF 6.132 TBA TBA
Mar 26 Tuesday MF 3.119 TBA TBA
Apr 2 Tuesday MF 3.119 TBA TBA
Apr 9 Tuesday MF 3.119 TBA TBA
Apr 16 Tuesday MF 3.119 TBA TBA

Time: Tuesdays at 11:30 - 12:00

Date Room Speaker Title
May 2 Thursday
11:30-12:00
MF 3.114 Thomas van Dijk Mobile wayfinding maps: a probabilistic model for road selection, and real-time focus maps
May 7 Tuesday MF 6.132 Alex ten Brink Computing the greedy spanner in linear space
May 21 Tuesday MF 6.132 Tim Dwyer Building a useful software dependency visualization system
May 22 Wednesday
11:00-11:30
MF 6.132 Sander Alewijnse Segmenting trajectory data using Brownian bridges and spatio-temporal criteria
May 28 Tuesday MF 3.119 TBA TBA
Jun 4 Tuesday MF 6.132 TBA TBA
Jun 12 Wednesday
11:00-11:30
MF 6.132 Twan Vermeulen Algorithms for finding a middle trajectory
Jun 18 Tuesday MF 6.132 TBA TBA
Jun 25 Tuesday MF 6.132 TBA TBA
Jul 4 Thursday
13:00-14:30
MF 6.132 Saeed Mehrabi
Farnaz Sheikhi
Orthogonal art galleries and sliding cameras: easy and hard cases
Separating Bichromatic Point Sets
Jul 9 Tuesday MF 3.119 TBA TBA
Jul 16 Tuesday MF 3.119 TBA TBA
Jul 23 Tuesday MF 6.132 TBA TBA
Jul 30 Tuesday MF 6.132 TBA TBA
Aug 6 Tuesday MF 6.132 TBA TBA
Aug 13 Tuesday MF 6.132 TBA TBA
Aug 20 Tuesday
11:00-12:00
MF 6.132 Wouter Meulemans
Arthur van Goethem
TBA
Aug 27 Tuesday MF 6.132 TBA TBA

Quartile 1:
Time: Tuesdays 13:30 - 14:00

Date Room Speaker Title
Oct 8 Tuesday MF 3.144 Wouter Meulemans KelpFusion: a Hybrid Set Visualization Technique (Practice talk)
Oct 11 Friday
13:00-13:30
MF 3.119 Mereke van Garderen How path-like is a tree? Compatible morphing from tree to path and vice versa. (Master thesis defense)
Oct 15 Tuesday MF 3.144 Irina Kostitsyna CANCELLED
Oct 22 Tuesday MF 3.144 Max Konzack Approximative Computations on Spanning Trees with Low Crossing Number
Oct 23 Wednesday
16:15-16:45
MF 14 Twan Vermeulen Algorithms for finding a middle trajectory (Master thesis defense)
Oct 29 Tuesday MF 3.119 Irina Kostitsyna The Districting Problem
Nov 5 Tuesday MF 3.144 TBA TBA

Quartile 2:
Time: Tuesdays 13:30 - 14:00

Date Room Speaker Title
Nov 12 Tuesday MF 3.119 TBA TBA
Nov 19 Tuesday MF 11 TBA TBA
Nov 26 Tuesday MF 3.119 TBA TBA
Nov 28 Thursday MF 6.131 Michael Bader (TU Munchen) Exploiting locality properties of space-filling curves in scientific computing
Dec 3 Tuesday MF 3.119 TBA TBA
Dec 10 Tuesday MF 3.119 TBA TBA
Dec 17 Tuesday MF 3.119 Wouter Meulemans Four Soviets Walk the Dog---with an Application to Alt's Conjecture (Practice talk)
Jan 14 Tuesday TBA RESERVED TBA
Jan 21 Tuesday TBA Mathijs Miermans TBA