CALL FOR CONTRIBUTIONS International Workshop VISUALIZATION AND MATHEMATICS 2002 Berlin--Dahlem (Germany) May, 22-25, 2002 Under Sponsorship of the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) This workshop provides an active forum for mathematicians and computer graphics researchers on the fundamental problems of visualization techniques, on applications in mathematics and on mathematical concepts in visualization. It is the third symposium in a series of workshops bringing together mathematicians and experts from computer graphics. For more information see: http://www.math.tu-berlin.de/vismath/ The themes of the workshop include: o visualization in differential geometry and partial differential equations o algorithmic representation of mathematical structures o computational aspects of topology o discrete geometry of meshes o compression of large and time-dependent geometric models o virtual laboratories for mathematics and applications o online visualization and computational web services. Conference Chairs Hans-Christian Hege Konrad Polthier Keynote Lectures: Rida Farouki Markus Gross Alfio Quarteroni JEgen Richter-Gebert Gabriel Taubin Invited Speakers: Phil Bowers Mathieu Desbrun Gerald Farin Joel Hass Beau Janzen Chris Johnson Ravi Malladi Tom Wickham-Jones Program Committee: Helmut Alt James Arvo Chandrajit Bajaj Thomas Banchoff Ken Brakke Peter Deuflhard Thomas Ertl Gerald Farin George Francis Hans Hagen David Hoffman Chris Johnson Michael Joswig Leif Kobbelt Heinrich MEler Gregory Nielson Ulrich Pinkall Helmut Pottmann Martin Rumpf Dietmar Saupe Hans-Peter Seidel John Sullivan Nobuki Takayama Ross Whitaker Luiz Velho Jarke van Wijk GEter Ziegler Workshop Format The workshop will include keynote lectures, invited talks and contributed presentations. The time for keynote lectures, invited talks and contributed talks will be 50, 40, and 30 minutes respectively including discussions. We will give possibilities for software demonstrations. Interested contributors are asked to submit a full paper by March 10, 2002 for review. Based on the decision of the program committee papers are accepted for presentation at the workshop. Articcision of the program committee papers are accepted for presentation at the workshop. Articles by keynote lecturers, invited speakers and contributors will be published by Springer Verlag in the book series "Mathematics and Visualization". For preparation of papers we ask to use the LaTeX templates for multi-authored books available from: http://www.springer.de/math/authors/b-tex.html For review papers should be submitted online using the paper submission form at the workshop website. Abstracts of all talks in electronic form will be available at the workshop, and the participants will receive an abstract volume. Date and Location The workshop will take place at the appealing Harnack-Haus in Berlin Dahlem. The Harnack-Haus belongs to the German Max-Planck-Gesellschaft. With our workshop we stay in the house's long tradition as an international meeting place for scientists. Location: Harnack-Haus in Berlin-Dahlem Url: http://www.harnackhaus-berlin.mpg.de/ Date: May 22 -- 25, 2002 Organization The workshop is organized by the Sonderforschungsbereich "Differential Geometry and Quantum Physics" (Sfb 288) at the Technische Universitat in Berlin and the Department of "Scientific Visualization" at the Konrad-Zuse-Zentrum fE Informationstechnik Berlin (ZIB). Access to Workshop Information Www: http://www.math.tu-berlin.de/vismath Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Deadlines Submission of Papers: March 10, 2002 Notification of acceptance: March 31, 2002 Final papers: April 30, 2002 Online Registration: until April 30, 2002 Registration The workshop is open to all researchers. All participants planning to attend the workshop are requested to fill in the online registration form at the workshop web site. The registration fee is EURO 150 and covers the abstract volume, a social event, and refreshments during the workshop. Accommodations and meals are not included in this fee. The full payment of the registration fee must be made at the beginning of the workshop at our registration desk at the Harnack-Haus. For early registrations we have reserved a set of rooms at the guesthouse of the Harnack-Haus which is close-by the conference center. Other accommodations will be made in cooperation with the local tourist information office. The number of talks is restricted. This and the type of the workshop facility will guarantee an intensive exchange of ideas.
y will guarantee an intensive exchange of ideas.