Canada-Japan Workshop on Discrete and Computational Geometry
13-15 July, 2009
Sanjo Conference Hall
University of Tokyo, Japan.

Organizers: Hiroshi Imai, Sonoko Moriyama, David Bremner, Antoine Deza

This workshop intends to celebrate and encourage international research collaboration in the area of discrete and computational geometry, particularly between Canada and Japan.

The workshop will feature talks on theoretical and applied aspects of discrete geometry, with an emphasis on computational questions, and computational approaches to mathematics. Topics of particular interest include geometric and combinatorial objects such as matroids, oriented matroids, arrangements of hyperplanes, and convex polyhedra, as well as geometric aspects of optimization.

The list of confirmed participants includes:

Tetsuo Asano (Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology)
David Avis (McGill University)
David Bremner (University of New Brunswick)
Sébastien Collette (Université Libre de Bruxelles)
Antoine Deza (McMaster University)
Komei Fukuda (ETH Zurich)
Xavier Goaoc (INRIA Nancy)
Xin Han (University of Tokyo)
Hiroshi Imai (University of Tokyo)
Kamen Kanev (Shizuoka University)
Naoki Katoh (Kyoto University)
Christian Knauer (Free University Berlin)
Stefan Langerman (Université Libre de Bruxelles)
Kazuhisa Makino (University of Tokyo)
Sonoko Moriyama (University of Tokyo)
Kazuo Murota (University of Tokyo)
Yoshio Okamoto (Tokyo Institute of Technology)
Vera Rosta (Renyi Institute of Mathematics)
Kokichi Sugihara (Meiji University)
Takeshi Tokuyama (Tohoku University)
Csaba Toth (University of Calgary)
Christophe Weibel (McGill University)

Room 201-202, Sanjo Conference Hall, University of Tokyo

If you are willing to give a talk please contact the organizers