24th Canadian Conference on Computational Geometry (CCCG)
- Start Date: 08/08/2012
- End Date: 08/10/2012
*Erdős Memorial Lecture
Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island
The 24th Canadian Conference on Computational Geometry (CCCG'12) will be held on August 8-10, 2012, in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada. A welcome reception will take place on the evening of the 7th. The call for papers is here.
You can submit your papers at Easychair
Papers are to be at most 6 pages, in double column format.
You are required to use the cccg12.cls style file.
The .cls file and a sample .tex file that uses it are here: latexCCCG2012
Please use pdflatex. If you cannot, then specify letter size when compiling.
Please note that any modifications that override the style file and cause obvious changes to the layout (font, borders, spacing, etc) will create unnecessary difficulties in producing the proceedings. In extreme cases such modifications may suffice for rejection of a paper.
Please note that papers accepted at CCCG are not be be submitted to future conferences. Resubmissions of results that have appeared at past conferences are only accepted if such conferences are non-exclusive, informal, and recent (for instance, EuroCG or the Fall Workshop) This should be clearly marked as a footnote on the front page. It is expected that the submitted version will be significantly expanded. Please contact the organizers if you are uncertain about the status of your paper.
The regular registration fee is $150, before July 7. After this the fee is $200.Registration includes the welcome reception, coffee breaks and banquet. Printed proceedings are optional and cost extra (estimate $35). Electronic proceedings will be public.
Students (for CCCG'12, postdocs count as students)
Any student who wishes to have registration fees waived (not including printed proceedings) must declare so by filling out the application form that will be available here soon.
Registration fees will be waived for students who have a paper accepted, as long as the form is sent by June 15.
All other students should also apply by June 15. Those who submitted a paper will have highest priority.
Those who apply after this date will still be considered, while funds remain.
The maximum amount that any student will pay is $100, as long as their field of study is related to the conference.
Students may request to receive financial support in other forms (for instance, accommodation refund instead of registration waiver). There should be a valid reason for this.
Program will be available in June 2012.
Greg Aloupis (ULB)
David Bremner (U. of New Brunswick)
Oswin Aichholzer (T.U. Graz)
Greg Aloupis (ULB)
Therese Biedl (U. Waterloo)
David Bremner (U. New Brunswick)
Mark de Berg (TU Eindhoven)
Jeff Erickson (U. Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
Ferran Hurtado (U. Politecnica de Catalunya)
John Iacono (Polytechnic Institute of New York U.)
Mark Keil (U. Saskatchewan)
David Kirkpatrick (U. British Columbia)
Stefan Langerman (U. Libre de Bruxelles)
Alex López-Ortiz (U. Waterloo)
Anil Maheshwari (Carleton U.)
Michael McAllister (Dalhousie U.)
Pat Morin (Carleton U.)
Bradford Nickerson (U. New Brunswick)
Diane Souvaine (Tufts U.)
Csaba Tóth (U. Calgary)
Godfried Toussaint (New York U. Abu Dhabi)
Ryuhei Uehara (JAIST)
Steve Wismath (U. Lethbridge)
Hamid Zarrabi-Zadeh (Sharif U. of Technology)
Norbert Zeh (Dalhousie U.)
Important Deadlines in 2012
Submission: May 7
Notification: June 4
Revised versions: June 15
Student applications for fee waivers: June 15
Early registration: July 7
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