The European Workshop on Computational Geometry (EuroCG) is an annual, informal workshop whose goal is to provide a forum for scientists to meet, present their work, interact, and establish collaborations, in order to promote research in the field of Computational Geometry, within Europe and beyond. The workshop aims at providing an informal atmosphere through which both established and young researchers will have a productive exchange of ideas and collaboration.

Vector-fields are omnipresent in various areas of applied geometry such as flow fields in fluid dynamics, as scalar-, tensor- and frame-fields in visualization, or as gradient or co-gradient fields of potential functions at the core of recent surface parametrization algorithms. Core issues relate to effective discretization, Hodge-type decomposition, design and others. The mini-symposium brings together experts from the various fields to discuss ongoing developments and combine research activities.

Speakers of the MS “Discrete Vector Field Analysis” are Konrad Polthier (Chair, Freie Universität Berlin, http://www.polthier.info/), Olga Diamanti (Stanford Univ., http://web.stanford.edu/~diamanti/), Maks Ovsjanikov (Ecole Polytechnique, http://www.lix.polytechnique.fr/~maks/), and Eugene Zhang (Oregon State, http://web.engr.oregonstate.edu/~zhange/).

2017/06/19-23, Berkeley (California, USA): FASE presents original research at the intersection of theory and practice in shape modeling, fabrication and sculpting. FASE focuses on the practical problems of generating shapes and specifically addresses the interplay of theory and practice. FASE invites practitioners who have inspiring ideas to contribute their work concerned with techniques to design, sculpt and fabricate shapes.

2017/04/17-19, Xiamen (Fujian, China): GMP is an international conference series that focuses on both mathematical and computational aspects of geometric modeling and simulation. The design and analysis of robust algorithms for geometric data is fundamental to a wide variety of applications in computational science, including computer graphics, computer vision, numerical approximation of PDEs, scientific computation, CAD/CAM, and robotics. GMP conferences provide researchers and practitioners with a forum for exchanging new ideas, discussing new applications, and presenting new solutions.

2016/10/15-17, OIST Campus, Okinawa (Japan): The aim of the new workshop Geometry and Materials Sciences (GEMS) is to trigger interdisciplinary research at the emerging interfaces of material sciences, applied mathematics, and geometric computing.

New shapes, new materials, new processes are at the horizon, yet, the scientific understanding and the communication structures are behind. GEMS provides a novel framework to trigger interdisciplinary discussions among 30 world experts at the forefront of modern applied geometry and materials sciences.

2016/07/18-22, Technische Universität Berlin: The quadrennial Congress of the European Mathematical Society is organized by the German Mathematical Society (DMV), the International Association of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics (GAMM), the Research Center Matheon, the Einstein Center ECMath and the Berlin Mathematical School (BMS).

The program of the congress covers all areas of theoretical and applied mathematics.

2016/06/20-24, Freie Universität Berlin: The International Geometry Summit 2016 (IGS2016) is a joint event and co-location of the major conferences in applied geometry [...].

For the first time, the prominent international conferences SGP, SMI and SPM will join forces and showcase the breadth and the impact of applied geometry. The summit will combine the presentations from all three conferences as well as the perspectives of renowned invited speakers into one coherent program.

2016/05/25-26, Freie Universität Berlin: Analysis on Discrete Shapes

Second joint research workshop between the discrete geometry groups from Freie Universität Berlin and Tel Aviv University.

2015/12/17-20, Tel Aviv University: Analysis on Discrete Shapes

First joint research workshop between the discrete geometry groups from Freie Universität Berlin and Tel Aviv University.

For the Forum in 2014, the focus will be applications + practical conceptualization + mathematics = fruitful Innovation which encapsulates the dynamics of the process that takes an application through to an innovation. Industrial mathematics can be view as the causal engine that implements the epigram by taking an Application as input, convolving it with a mixture of Practical Conceptualization and Mathematics to generate a fruitful Innovation as output.

2014/10/26-28, Hong Kong (China): The focus of this symposium is on the mathematical and computational issues that arise in generating, analyzing, and processing geometric information in applications such as: mechanical design, process planning, manufacturing, medicine, games, animation, geology, and virtual reality. The scope of activities encompasses a wide spectrum of scientific, technological, and other skills, ranging from rigorous mathematics to the subjective aesthetics of shape. SPM 2014 will be co-located with Shape Modeling International 2014 (SMI 2014).

2014/08/13-21, Seoul (Korea): The International Congress of Mathematicians (ICM) is the largest congress in the mathematics community. It is held once every four years under the auspices of the International Mathematical Union (IMU). The Fields Medals, the Nevanlinna Prize, the Gauss Prize, and the Chern Medal are awarded during the opening ceremony on the first day of the congress. Each congress is memorialized by printed Proceedings recording academic papers based on invited talks intended to reflect the current state of the science.

2014/08/04-08, Kyoto (Japan): The history of the development of materials is that of progress of mankind itself. Whenever mankind has discovered new materials, such as stone implements, earthenware, ironware, metals, ceramics, or polymeric materials, our society has changed drastically, and along with changes in our society, new values have been created. It is not an overstatement that the ultimate goal of materials science is realization of the dreams of mankind. [...]

2014/07/21-25, Providence, USA: Over the past 25 years, experimental mathematics has developed as an important additional arrow in the mathematical quiver. Many mathematical scientists now use powerful symbolic, numeric and graphic (sometimes abbreviated "SNAG") computing environments in their research, in a remarkable departure from tradition. While these tools collectively are quite effective, challenges remain in numerous areas

2014/07/09-11, Cardiff, UK: The goal of the meeting is to present and discuss new research ideas and results in geometry processing. This research field is geared towards the creation of mathematical foundations and practical algorithms for the processing of complex geometric data sets, ranging from acquisition and editing all the way to animation, transmission and display. As such it draws on many disciplines spanning pure and applied mathematics, computer science, and engineering. This will be the twelfth meeting in an ongoing yearly series.

2014/06/29-07/01, Singapore: Geometric Modeling and Processing (GMP) is a biannual international conference series on geometric modeling, simulation and computing. The modeling and processing of geometric data is fundamental to many computer applications, including computer graphics, computer vision, CAD/CAM, medical imaging, engineering analysis, robotics and scientific computation. GMP conferences provide researchers and practitioners with a forum for exchanging new ideas, discussing new applications, and presenting new solutions.

2014/06/12-18, Paris: Overall theme: "Representation and Approximation of Curves and Surfaces and Applications"

with subtopics (in alphabetical order) •Approximation theory

• Computer-aided geometric design

• Computer graphics and visualisation

• Computational Geometry and Topology

• Geometry processing

• Image and signal processing

• Interpolation and smoothing

• Mesh generation, finite elements and splines

• Scattered data processing and learning theory

• Sparse and high-dimensional approximation

• Subdivision, wavelets and multi-resolution methods

as well as related applications in manufacturing, mechanics, solid modelling, terrain modelling, oceanography, geosciences, life sciences ...

2013/11/18-22, Luminy (France): The aim of this meeting is to bring together researchers from diverse backgrounds (including mathematics and computer science) on the common theme of discrete curvature and to make an update on the many achievements of the last decade. We want to promote interaction between various fields, so topics and participants can and should be varied, as long as they fit under the main theme.

2013/11/11-14; Denver (USA): The 2013 SIAM Conference on Geometric and Physical Modeling seeks high quality, original research contributions that strive to advance all aspects of geometric and physical modeling, and their application in design, analysis and manufacturing, as well as in biomedical, geophysical, digital entertainment, and other areas (see the list of conference topics below). A shared objective of both the SIAM GD and ACM SPM communities is a desire to highlight work of the highest quality on the problems of greatest relevance to industry and science.

2013/08/11-07, Traunkirchen (Austria): Bilder – vor allem mediale – dominieren unseren Alltag und bestimmen unsere Wahrnehmung. Im Gegensatz zu dieser omnipräsenten Bilderflut ist die Mathematik eine im wörtlichen Sinne unsichtbare Schlüsseltechnologie unserer modernen Gesellschaft. Ziel des Workshops ist es, verschiedenste Aspekte der Beziehung zwischen Mathematik und Bild zu diskutieren. [...]

2013/07/27-31; Enschede, the Netherlands -

Mathematics, Music, Art, Architecture, Culture

2013/07/05-03, Genova (Italy): The goal of the meeting is to present and discuss new research ideas and results in geometry processing. This research field is geared towards the creation of mathematical foundations and practical algorithms for the processing of complex geometric data sets, ranging from acquisition and editing all the way to animation, transmission and display. As such it draws on many disciplines spanning pure and applied mathematics, computer science, and engineering.

2013/06/14-12, Le Barp (France): The continued improvements in high performance computing capabilities are resulting in data of unprecedented size and complexity. Historically topological and statistical techniques have provided succinct summaries of features and trends for a variety of data types. [...]

2013/06/16-12, Hannover: Computer Graphics International (CGI) is one of the oldest annual international conferences on computer graphics. It is organized by the Computer Graphics Society (CGS). Researchers across the whole world are invited to share their experiences and novel achievements in various fields - like computer graphics and human-computer interaction.

2013/03/22-20, Univ. of Seville (Spain): The aim of the DGCI conference is to gather researchers in discrete geometry and topology, and discrete models, with applications in image analysis and image synthesis. Discrete geometry plays an expanding role in the fields of shape modelling, image synthesis, and image analysis. It deals with topological and geometrical definitions of digitized objects or digitized images and provides both a theoretical and computational framework for computer imaging.

2013/03/20-17, TU Braunschweig: The European Workshop on Computational Geometry (EuroCG) is an annual, informal workshop whose goal is to provide a forum for scientists to meet, present their work, interact, and establish collaborations, in order to promote research in the field of Computational Geometry, within Europe and beyond.