News

July 2013:

  • F. Cazals gave a talk at the Energy Landscapes Workshop, held in Tellurides, CO, USA.
  • J-D. Boissonnat gave an invited lecture at the 10th International Conference on Voronoi diagrams, St Petersburgh.
  • J-D. Boissonnat has been awarded an ERC advanced grant for his project GUDHI (Geometric Understanding iin Higher Dimensions).

May 2013:

  • The 35th CGAL developer meeting took place in May 27-31, in Nancy, France.
  • F. Cazals taught an invited mini-course entittled Modeling macro-molecular complexes and assemblies, at the University of Athens.

March 2013:

  • Aviv Adler from Princeton University won the Melvin M. Goldberg Research-in-Israel fellowship to spend the summer at Tel Aviv University working with Prof. Dan Halperin and his students on problems in computational geometry and robotics. The results obtained during his visit are reported in the third period report of WP3.

December 2012:

  • The 34rd CGAL developer meeting took place in December 17-21, in Sophia-Antipolis, France.

July 2012:

  • F. Cazals gave a talk entitled Multiscale Analysis of Energy Landscapes based on Discrete Morse-Smale Decompositions and Bifurcations Diagrams, at the Energy Landscapes Workshop, organized under the auspices of the European Science Foundation. The event took place in Obergurgl, Austria.

May 2012:

  • The 33rd CGAL developer meeting took place in May 20-24, in Tel-Aviv, Israel.

March 2012:

  • Günter Rote gave a one-hour invited talk on Motion Planning for a Rigid Robot in the plane at the 23rd European Workshop on Computational Geometry (EuroCG 2012), March 18–22, 2010, in Assisi, including an overview of the current work of the CG Learning project in this area.
  • F. Cazals gave a Google Technical Talk entitled Modeling Noisy Data : Towards a Generic Framework Coupling Morse Theory and Persistence Theory at Google, CA. The video is available from YouTube.

November 2011:

October 2011:

  • Günter Rote gave an invited presentation on Motion Planning for a Rigid Planar Robot at the Closing Workshop of the Austrian National Research Network Industrial Geometry, October 19-21, 2011, in Vienna, see http://www.industrial-geometry.at/, presenting the current and future work of the CG Learning project in this area.
  • Dan Halperin gave an invited talk at the Biocomputation Forum in Taichung, see http://bcf2011.asia.edu.tw/, on geometric and kinematic aspects of molecular moedling, where he also discussed some of the project's on-going efforts toward landscape analysis.

September 2011:

  • Dan Halperin co-organized a workshop Progress and open probolems in motion planning, see http://www.cse.unr.edu/robotics/tc-apc/ws-iros2011, within the robotics coneference IROS, where he also spoke a on his work within the CG Learning project.
  • The 32nd CGAL developer meeting took place in September 19-23, in Sophia-Antipolis, France.

May 2011:

March 2011:

  • The 31st CGAL developer meeting took place from 11. April to 15. April in Heraklion, Greece.
  • The European Commission adopted on 24 January 2011 a Decision on measures for simplifying the implementation of the Seventh RTD and EURATOM Framework Programmes (FP7).
    The Commission Decision modified Article II.14.1 of Annex II (General Conditions) of the model Grant Agreements and you are therefore requested to replace Annex II of the above-mentioned Grant Agreement by the revised Annex II, which you can find by following this link: New annex II

 
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