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30/08/2012
SAGA Workshop

3rd SAGA Workshop
Trento, Italy from 9 to 11 October 2012

NEW: Invited Speakers:
- Dr. Thomas A. Grandine, Senior Technical Fellow, BOEING Research & Technology, USA
- Prof. Lorenzo Robbiano, DIMA - Department of Mathematics, Genova, Italy
- (NEW) Prof. Andrew Sommese, University of Notre Dame, Indiana, USA

IMPORTANT: REMINDER!!!

Extended Abstracts Due: 31 August 2012.

IMPORTANT: Apply for funding to join the event:

Researchers may apply for partial cover of their travel and accomodation costs to join the event:

Accommodation costs: up to 95 Euros per night, and exclusively for the two nights necessary to join the event.
Travel costs: up to 300 euros per person.

Applicant must comply with the following rules:
The applicant must not belong to an institution within the SAGA consortium.
The applicant must submit an extended abstracts according to the "call for papers" of the event.
The applicant will have to submit to Graphitech an official travel form (template will be provided by Graphitech) attaching the original receipts.

Funds are limited therefore prioritisation on which researcher to be selected for funded will solely occur on the basis of the scientific quality of the extended abstract submitted, which will be evaluated by the scientific committee.

Requests should be sent to saga-workshop@graphitech.it

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The FP7 Initial Training Network SAGA (http://saga-network.eu/), is organising its final workshop in Trento, Italy from 9 to 11 October 2012.

Computer Aided Design and Manufacturing (CAD/CAM) originated about 45 years ago and is now a key part of product development and production process. Current commercial technology is built on results from Classical and Computational Geometry, and Approximation Theory, Numerical Analysis, and Computer Graphics.

The SAGA workskp aims at promoting this field, and in general at strengthening interdisciplinary and inter-sectorial research and development concerning CAD/CAM, by training a new generation of researchers familiar with both academic and industry viewpoints, while supporting the cooperation among the partners and with other interested collaborators in Europe.

This workshop marks the conclusion of the SAGA project and as part of the event the SAGA fellows will show their research results.


CALL FOR PAPERS

We are looking for high-quality research papers (extended abstracts), for presentation at the workshop that introduce new ideas to the field and stimulate future trends. In addition to the core topics of modeling, animation, rendering, imaging, and human-computer interaction, we encourage submissions from application areas related to computer graphics, including: computer games, scientific visualization, information visualization, computer-aided design, computer vision, audio, and robotics. This list is not exhaustive. As always, the excellence of the presented ideas is the predominant acceptance criterion.
Extended abstracts will be published from the website of the event and from the SAGA website after the workshop.

Topics of the Workshop

The main topics of the event include, but are not limited to:

  • Change of representation
  • Sparse approximate implicitization.
  • Approximate and exact parameterization.
  • Interpolation of curves by surfaces.
  • Geometric computing
  • Algebraic spline geometry.
  • Procedural surfaces and point represented surfaces.
  • Algebraic tools for geometric constructions.
  • Algebraic Geometry and CAD
  • Improved blends between primitive surfaces.
  • Representing and dealing with offsets.
  • Computational geometry with higher order primitives.
  • Geometric interval arithmetic.
  • Industrial Applications
  • Constrained modelling.
  • Curve and surface generation in a kinematics sense.
  • Design by sketch.
  • Surface Models for Geosciences.
  • Surface Models for Computer Aided Design.
  • Surface Models for Oceanographic Applications.
  • Surface Models for Computational Fluid Dynamics.
  • Surface Models for Rapid Prototyping.
  • Surface Models for Interactive Analysis.
  • Surface Models for Medical Apllication.
  • Surface Models for Architectural Applications.
  • Surface Models for Architectural Heritage Analysis.

Previous editions:

  • SAGA Fall School, September 27-30 2011, Vilnius, Lithuania.
  • SAGA Fall School, October 4-8 2010, Kolympari, Greece.
  • SAGA Winter School, March 2010, Sophia Antipolis, France.
  • SAGA Autumn School, November 17-21 2008, Castro Urdiales, Spain.

Invited speakers:

Dr. Thomas A. Grandine, Senior Technical Fellow, BOEING Research & Technology, Platform Performance Technology, USA
Prof. Lorenzo Robbiano, DIMA - Department of Mathematics, Genova, Italy

Scientific Committee:

Dr. Tor Dokken (SINTEF, Norway).
Dr. Raffaele de Amicis (Fondazione Graphitech, Italy).
Dr. Bernard Mourrain (INRIA, France).
Prof. Bert Jüttler (Johannes Kepler Universität, Austria).
Mr. Dominique Laffret (Missler Sofware, France).
Prof. Ioannis Emiris (National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece).
Prof. Laureano Gonzalez-Vega (Universidad de Cantabria, Spain).
Prof. Ragni Piene (University of Oslo, Norway).
Prof. Rimvydas Krasauskas (Vilniaus Universitetas, Lithuania).

Local Committee:

Dr. Raffaele de Amicis (Fondazione Graphitech, Italy).
Dr. Giuseppe Conti (Fondazione Graphitech, Italy).


Secretariat:

Ms. Irene Facchin (Fondazione Graphitech, Italy).


Submissions:

Submissions will be handled electronically. Instructions will be available from the workshop website at http://www.graphitech.it/SAGA2012/submission.html
Submissions of papers must present original works and must not be already published elsewhere or submitted in parallel to any other conferences or journals.

Application for Funding:

Young researchers can apply for financial support to cover their local expenses. For more information and to apply for funding send an email to saga@graphitech.it, attaching your CV and a short description of the interest in the workshop.

Important Dates:

Extended Abstracts Due: 31 August 2012.
Authors Notified: 10 September 2012.
Workshop: October 9-11, 2012 .

 

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