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Computational Geometry Seminar

2019/2020

Wednesdays 16:10 - 18:00

Checkpoint 480

Zoom: Request the link from Dan Halperin or Golan Levy

 
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Seminar

Date
Speaker & Affiliation 
Title Of Talk

06.11.19

13.11.19

20.11.19

27.11.19

04.12.19

11.12.19

18.12.19

25.12.19

01.01.20

08.01.20

15.01.20

22.01.20
 

13.05.20

20.05.20

27.05.20

03.06.20

10.06.20

17.06.20

24.06.20

01.07.20

08.07.20

Sivan Toledo, TAU

Yair Marom, University of Haifa
 

Avishai Sintov, TAU

No seminar

Khen Elimelech, The Technion

Gabriel Nivasch , Ariel

No seminar

Shay Solomon, TAU

Micha Sharir, TAU

No seminar

Matya Katz, BGU

Tamar Flash, Weizmann

Tzvika Geft, TAU

Xavier Goaoc,  École des Mines de Nancy and LORIA

Golan Miglioli-Levy, TAU

Esther Ezra, Bar Ilan University

Gabriel Nivasch, Ariel

Shakhar Smorodinsky, BGU

No seminar (SoCG)

Kiril Solovey, Stanford, 17:10 Israel time

No Seminar-see right column

Using Delaunay Triangulations to Cluster Eigenvalues of Matrices

k-Means Clustering of Lines for Big Data

Dual-arm Manipulation of Elastic Rods

 

Efficient Decision Making and Belief Space Planning using Sparse Approximations

How to Peel Self-Intersecting Onions

The planned talk is postponed due to unexpected circumstances

Truly Optimal Euclidean Spanners

On the Existence and Synthesis of Multifinger Positive Grips

 

Approximate Nearest Neighbor for Curves – Simple, Efficient, and Deterministic

From Observed Motor Behavior to Computational Models: Human Motion
Planning, Compositionality and Timing

Partitioning an Assembly into Two Connected Subassemblies is NP-Complete
even for Single Translation of Unit Squares

Convex Hulls of Random Order Types

Space-Aware Reconfiguration

Testing Polynomials for vanishing on Cartesian products

Fusible numbers and Peano Arithmetic

An Extension of Epsilon-nets for Hypergraphs with Bounded VC-dimension

 

Fast Near-Optimal Heterogeneous Task Allocation via Homogeneous
Decomposition

Geogebra Tutorial by Golan Miglioli-Levy at 16:10

Link for 2019 seminar : Computational Geometry Seminar

 

Dan Halperin http://www.cs.tau.ac.il/~danha
Gilit Zohar Oren faded icon gilit@post.tau.ac.il
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