Poster (Call for Papers)
Developing geometric theories and applications date back to ancient times. Nowadays geometry features numerous diverse facets whose applications are found in almost all areas of human practice.
The purpose of the GSAA symposium is to bring together researchers working in diverse branches of geometry and provide them with the opportunity to get familiar with new ideas and results from their own area of expertise as well as from other areas that might be unknown to them. This may stimulate interdisciplinary research within the vast area of geometry and lead to new results and applications with broader impact and of interest to a wider scientific community.
The symposium proceedings will be published in the Springer’s "Lecture Notes in Computer Science" series.
After the symposium, the authors of the best ranked papers will be invited to submit extended versions of their works for publication in special journal issues.
All aspects of geometry and its applications, such as:
The submitted papers should meet high standards satisfying serious evaluation criteria. Each paper will thoroughly be reviewed by at least three referees. Double-blind review process will ensure maximal objectiveness.
- Euclidean and non-Euclidean geometries
- Analytical geometry
- Affine geometry
- Projective geometry
- Differential geometry
- Algebraic geometry
- Combinatorial geometry
- Integral geometry
- Discrete geometry
- Convex geometry
- Tilings and patterns
- Digital geometry
- Combinatorics on words, combinatorial pattern matching
- Geometry of numbers
- Computational geometry, geometric algorithms
- General topology, combinatorial topology
- Polyhedral combinatorics, lattice polytopes, integer programming
- Mathematical morphology
- Dynamical systems and fractal geometry
- Approximation theory, Diophantine approximations, continued fractions
- Applications in computer graphics, image analysis and processing, computer vision, medical imaging, biometrics, geometric modeling and design, virtual reality, and others