Second Call for Papers – AGACSE 2012, 2-4 July 2012, La Rochelle, France

Dear Colleague,

This is the second call for papers for the next AGACSE conference. Deadline for paper submission March 23, 2012.

Submission of papers is now available via the EasyChair system :

Details for preparing your contributions are on the website:


  • All manuscripts are pdf files between 6 and 10 pages written in English.
  • Contributions have to be prepared using the svmult LaTeX style, and the bibliography plain style.
  • In order to facilitate te reviewing process, authors are encouraged to use a line numbering macro, such as lineno package.


AGACSE 2012 is the fifth conference on Applied Geometric Algebras in Computer Science and Engineering, which will be held during July 2-4, 2012 at the University of La Rochelle, France. 

La Rochelle is a small and beautiful town of west Atlantic coast that enjoys an exceptional quality of life. The airport connects La Rochelle to main British cities and some european capitals (Paris, Brussels, Oslo). 

Paris is about three hours from La Rochelle by the TGV train.

* Important dates :
— Deadline for paper submission March 23, 2012
— Notification of paper acceptance May 9, 2012
— Camera ready papers and author registration June 13, 2012
— Conference July 2-4, 2012

* Submission details
— Format : 6-10 pages
— Extended versions of selected papers will be published as a Springer-Verlag book.
— Special issues of two journals (selected papers):
—- Journal of Mathematical Imaging and Vision (JMIV) on Clifford Fourier and Wavelets Transforms
—- Advances in Applied Clifford Algebras (AACA)

* Best paper award

* Conference Fees includes lunch, coffee breaks and social event.

* Main topics of the conference :
— Mathematics and Computer Science
—- Numerical algorithms for multivectors
—- Efficient computation and implementation
—- Symbolic Algebra
—- Theorem proving
—- Spin groups and Lie groups
—- Quantum computing
— Geometric Computing
—- Projective and conformal geometry
—- Computer Vision
—- Robotics
—- Mechanics and Aeronautics, Control theory
—- Computer graphics
—- Discrete geometry
— Signal and Image Processing
—- Fourier and Wavelet Analysis, Clifford transforms
—- Monogenic and quaternionic signal
—- Color and multidimensional signal processing

* Topics for special sessions and panels
— Flow Field Analysis and Visualization
— Clifford Analysis
— Pattern Recognition and Machine Learning
— Neural computing
— Industrial applications

* Special Lectures and Tutorials
— Differential Geometry, Differential Calculus and Optimization in GA
— Conformal Model

* Special Sessions
— GA in Practice
— Demonstration of algorithms, library implementations, dedicated hardware

* Scientific Committee (to be completed) :
Rafal Ablamowicz (USA), Pierre Angles (France), Jesus Angulo (France), Eduardo Bayro-Corrochano (Mexico), Werner Benger (USA), Hendrick De Bie (Belgium), Chris Doran (UK), Leo Dorst (Netherlands), Dietmar Hildebrand (Germany), Eckhard Hitzer (Japan), Joan Lasenby (UK), Hongbo Li (China), John Ryan (USA)

* Conference chairs :
Michel Berthier, Christophe Saint-Jean (Univ. La Rochelle, France)
Laurent Fuchs (Univ. Poitiers, France)* Organizing Committee :
Laurent Mascarilla (Univ. La Rochelle, France),
Lilian Aveneau, Philippe Carre, David Helbert (Univ. Poitiers, France)* Financial support (to be completed) :
University of La Rochelle, University of Poitiers, Federation MIRES* Previous editions:
— ACACSE’99 Ixtapa, Zihuatanejo, Mexico
— AGACSE 2001 Cambridge, UK
— AGACSE 2008 Grimma, Leipzig, Germany
— AGACSE 2010 Amsterdam, Netherlands

Contact for any information.

Best regards,
Michel Berthier, Laurent Fuchs, Christophe Saint-Jean.
Adapted from: Email by C. Saint-Jean,, 28 Feb. 2012, 5:59am and

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