AGACSE 2008, Leipzig, 17-19 Aug. 2008


AGACSE 2008
3rd International Conference on Applied Geometric Algebras In Computer Science and Engineering
Leipzig (Germany), 17-19 August 2008

Chairs

  • Prof. Eduardo Bayro-Corrochano, CINVESTAV, GDL, Mexico
  • Prof. Gerik Scheuermann, Universität Leipzig.

Invited Speakers

  •  David Hestenes (University of Arizona, USA)
  •  Alyn Rockwood (Colorado School of Mines, USA)

Goal

AGACSE 2008 is the third conference on application of Clifford (Geometric) algebras in computer science and engineering. The growing interest on applications of geometric algebra has made possibly two successfully AGACSE meetings held in Zihuatanejo Mexico 1998 and in Cambridge UK 2001. The goal of the meeting is to bring together researchers from different disciplines interested in the development and application in a broad sense of geometric algebra techniques. The conference will explore algebraic techniques for geometrical problems, study the relationships between them, discuss the design an implementation of algorithms and most important help to establish new cooperation links. One day tutorials will be offered for beginners and practitioners focusing on introductory theory illustrated with applications and clarifying the modeling, implementation and programming issues.

Publication

Proceedings of peer reviewed papers during the conference and selected extended articles as a book.

Organizing Committee

  • Gerik Scheuermann
  • Eduardo Bayro Corrochano
  • Joan Lasenby
  • Dietmar Hildenbrand

International Advisory Board

Rafal Ablamovics (USA), Pierre Anglès (France), Eduardo Bayro (Mexico), Ian Bell (UK), Leo Dorst (Holland), Timothy Havel (USA), David Hestenes (USA), Eckhard Hitzer (Japan), Dietmar Hildenbrand (Germany), Arkadiusz Jadczyk (France), Anthony Lasenby (UK), Joan Lasenby (UK), Hongbo Li (China), Jon Selig (UK), Ljudmila Meister (Germany), Michel McCarthy (USA), David Miralles (Spain), Christian Perwass (Germany), Alyn Rockwood (USA), Waldyr A. Rodrigues Jr. (Brazil), Gerik Scheuermann (Germany), Libor Spacek (UK), W. Sprössig (Germany), Garrett Sobczyk (Mexico), Frank Sommen (Belgien), Leonardo Traversoni (Mexico).

Subjects

Topics covered will include (but are not limited to):

Computer Science & Engineering

Computer vision, medical image processing, quaternion and Clifford wavelet/Fourier transforms, neural computing, control theory, robotics, humanoids, structural dynamics, computer graphics, bioengineering, space control, cybernetics

Applied Mathematics and Physics

Quantum computing, Electromagnetism and wave propagation; Grassmann algebras, Quaternion and screw theory, Projective and conformal geometries, Lie groups and algebras, Automated theorem proving, Symbolic Algebra, Numerical Algorithms

Conference homepage

http://www.informatik.uni-leipzig.de/bsv/agacse2008/

Important dates

6 to 10 pages papers (Springer’s LNCS LaTeX macros)

  • Submission dead line: June 01
  • Acceptance notification: July 15
  • Camera ready: July 31

Organization

  • Tutorials: August 17
  • Conference: August 18-19

Papers submission to:

  • bayro@ira.uka.de

Sponsors

  • Universität Leipzig, Institut für Informatik, Germany
  • CINVESTAV, Mexico
  • C.A.I.R.O.S., Insti-tut de Mathématiques de Toulouse ,Université Paul Sabatier Toulouse, France
  • Research Center of Excellence for Computer Graphics TU Darmstadt, Germany

Information:

  • Prof. Dr. Eduardo Bayro-Corrochano: bayro@ira.uka.de, Tel. +49 721 208 5429
  • Prof. Gerik Scheuermann, scheuermann@informatik.uni-leipzig.de, Tel +49 341 97 32251

Date of Call for Papers: 25 January 2008, updated: 28 January 2008
Received from: Dietmar Hildenbrand, Eduardo Bayro-Corrochano

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