2017/2018
Wednesdays 16:10  18:00
Schreiber 309
Seminar
Date

Speaker & Affiliation

Title Of Talk




25.10.17


Review of recent progress 
01.11.17

Kiril Solovey, TAU 
The Critical Radius in Samplingbased Motion Planning

08.11.17

no seminar 
the planned talk was moved to 29.11.17 
15.11.17

Kostas Bekris, Rutgers University 
Motion Planning, Perception and Learning Algorithms towards more Adaptive Robots

22.11.17 
Dan Feldman, Haifa University 
Realtime Machine Learning using CoreSets: Autonomous ToyDrones for Rami Levy 
29.11.17 
Dror Aiger, Google 
Output sensitive algorithms for approximate incidences and their applications 
06.12.17

Geva Kipper, TAU 
The RMS PartialMatching Diagram 
13.12.17

Alexander Magazinov, TAU 
On a conjecture by Echhoff and Dolnikov concerning line traversals to Euclidean disks 
20.12.17 
Yael Golan, TAU 
Efficient Algorithms for Finding Vulnerabilities in Communication Networks

27.12.17

Omrit Filtser, BGU 
Algorithms for the discrete Frechet distance under translation 
03.01.18

Gabriel Nivasch, Ariel 
Grid peeling and the affine curveshortening flow 
10.01.18

Natan Rubin, BGU 

17.01.18

no seminar 




07.03.18

Kiril Solovey, TAU 
Multirobot motion planning: theory and practice 
14.03.18

Pankaj K. Agarwal, Duke University 
Dynamic Geodesic Nearest Neighbor Searching in a Simple Polygon

11.04.18

Esther Ezra, BarIlan University 
Constructive Polynomial Partitioning for Lines in~$\reals^3$: Revisiting Depth Cycle Elimination 
02.05.18

Natan Rubin, Ben Gurion University 
An improved bound for weak epsilon nets in the plane 
16.05.18 
Janos Pach, Rényi Institute, Budapest and EPFL, Lausanne 
New Crossing Lemmas 
30.05.18

Chen Ziv, TAU 
On the Complexity of kLevel in Arrangements of Planes 
06.06.18

Noam Solomon, Harvard 
TBA 
Link for 2017 seminar : Computational Geometry Seminar
Dan Halperin 


Gilit Zohar Oren 

