New Horizons in Computational Geometry and Topology
5 & 6 September 2019
Sophia Antipolis (France)

Jean-Daniel Boissonnat
Conference in honour of Jean-Daniel Boissonnat

This two day event brought together about twenty invited talks given by leading researchers working on computational geometry and topology.
The first day will provide an overview of algorithmic geometry and topology, discussing its foundations, evolution and new research directions.
On the second day, his guests will discuss the geometric problems arising in some major scientific fields, then former PhD students and collaborators will discuss their work or collaboration with Jean-Daniel.

It is a wonderful occasion to celebrate his brilliant career at Inria, who has inspired the development of this fields for almost 40 years...
Invited speakers

Pierre Alliez
Jean-Daniel Boissonnat
Frederic Cazals
Frederic Chazal
Bernard Chazelle
David Cohen-Steiner
Olivier Devillers
Olivier Faugeras
Arijit Ghosh
Leo Guibas
Jean-Paul Laumond
André Lieutier
Clément Maria
Claire Mathieu
Kurt Melhorn
Jean-Marie Mirebeau
Franck Nielsen
Steve Oudot
Pierre Pansu
Jean-Philippe Pons
Monique Teillaud
Camille Wormser
Mariette Yvinec
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"New Horizons in Computational Geometry and Topology"

This two day event brought together about twenty invited talks given by leading researchers working on computational geometry and topology.

The first day will provide an overview of algorithmic geometry and topology, discussing its foundations, evolution and new research directions. 

On the second day, his guests will discuss the geometric problems arising in some major scientific fields, then former PhD students and collaborators will discuss their work or collaboration with Jean-Daniel.

It is a wonderful occasion to celebrate his brilliant career at Inria, who has inspired the development of this field for almost 40 years. 

Invited speakers


Inria Sophia Antipolis - Méditerranée
2004 Route des Lucioles
06560 Valbonne
France
Jeudi 5 septembre 2019 au vendredi 6 septembre 2019
Inria