School on Geometric Computing

Oct 1-4, IIT Delhi, New Delhi

A school on Geometric Computing will be held October 1-4, 2010 at IIT Delhi. The school is open to researchers, graduate students and senior undergraduate students from India
 Venue: Seminar Room (501): Bharti Building (Department of CSE), IIT Delhi. Here is a MAP indicating the venue
 Speakers: The speakers are established researchers in this area.
Pankaj K. Agarwal, Duke University and IIT Delhi
Michael Kerber, Institute of Science and Technology Austria
Subhas Nandy, ISI Kolkatta
Sandeep Sen, IIT Delhi
 Topics: Geometric Data structures
Robust Geometric Computation
Randomized Algorithms and Data Structures
Approximation Algorithms for Geometric Optimization
 Background expected:  Students/researchers interested in participating should have done undergraduate courses in Algorithms and Discrete Mathematics. Knowledge of Computational Geometry is not necessary.
Programme: Regsitration would be from 8:30 am to 9:00am on Oct 1. Click here for a detailed programme.
Reading Material:
Click here for some reading material
 Travel: Participants would be reimbursed train travel (2nd class fare) on production of tickets.
 Accommodation: Participants have been accommodated at the New Vindhyachal hostel. Please look at the MAP for directions. Here is a list of the accommodation details of the participants
 Participants: Here is a complete list.
 Contact: Pankaj K. Agarwal, pankaj AT cs dot duke dot edu
Naveen Garg, naveen AT cse dot iitd dot ac dot in
Sandeep Sen, ssen AT cse dot iitd dot ac dot in