First Announcement – AGACSE 2018, July 23-27, Campinas, Brazil

Dear Colleague,

We are pleased to attach (copied below) the file related to the first announcement of AGACSE 2018, to be held in Campinas, Brazil, on July 23-27, 2018. We have the following confirmed INVITED SPEAKERS:

*** Derek Abbott (University of Adelaide, Australia)
*** Eduardo Bayro-Corrochano (Cinvestav, Mexico)
*** Pablo Colapinto (University of California – Santa Barbara, USA)
*** Leo Dorst (University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
*** David Hestenes (Arizona State University, USA)
*** Dietmar Hildenbrand (Hochschule Rhein-Main Ruesselsheim, Germany)
*** Eckhard Hitzer (International Christian University, Japan)
*** Anthony Lasenby (University of Cambridge, UK)
*** Joan Lasenby (University of Cambridge, UK)

For more information, please visit the conference web page at


First Announcement – AGACSE 2018
“Dedicated to the memory of Waldyr Rodrigues Jr.”
The 7th Conference on Applied Geometric Algebras in Computer Science and Engineering
July 23-27, Campinas, Brazil

The AGACSE 2018 will take place in Campinas (Brazil), from July 23-27, at the Institute of Mathematics, Statistics, and Scientific Computing (IMECC) at the University of Campinas (UNICAMP):

The registration fee (US$ 50 for students and US$ 200,00 for everyone else) is payable only at the conference registration desk, in cash. The fee will be discounted to US$ 30 (for students) and US$ 150,00 (for everyone else) for attendees who choose to fill the pre-registration web form until March 31, 2018.

For more details, please visit the web page of the conference.

Carlile Lavor (General Chair, UNICAMP)
Rafael Leão (Chair of the Organizing Committee, UNICAMP)

Source: Email from, 28/11/2017 02:34


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