|About the Conference|
This conference is the 10th in the biennial SIAM conference series
on Geometric Design and Computing. The previous conferences in this series
were held in Tempe, AZ (1989, 1991, 1993), Nashville, TN (1995,
Albuquerque, NM (1999), Sacramento, CA (2001), Seattle, WA (2003),
and Phoenix, AZ (2005). Precursors to these meetings were two conferences
in Albany, NY (1985, 1987).
Conferences in this series are the flagship events organized by the SIAM Special Interest Activity Group on Geometric Design (SIAM SIAG-GD). For the past 20 years, these meetings have been one of the main general international conferences on Geometric Modeling and related areas, and have been well attended by mathematicians and engineers from academia, industry, and government.
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The meeting will feature eight plenary speakers who will give survey lectures on topics of special current interest. The conference topics include:
We invite you to contribute a talk or a poster in any of the above area.
The anticipated duration of contributed talks is 20 minutes.
The deadline to
submit an abstract
is September 30, 2007.
We also encourage the participants of the conference, especially our more senior colleagues, to consider organizing a minisymposium on a subject of current interest. Ideally, a minisymposium should consist of six or twelve speakers. The anticipated duration of minisymposium talks is 20 minutes. If you are open to the idea of organizing a minisymposium, please click here for instructions on how to submit a proposal. The deadline for doing so is September 7, 2007.
To be included in the scientific program of the conference, you must register online and we must receive a payment from you by October 14, 2007. If you would like to attend the conference, but do not plan to give a presentation, we also encourage you to register online so as to take advantage of a discounted registration fee.
To learn more about the conference, please explore the links in the menu on the left.
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Last Updated: March 14, 2007