The Canadian Conference on Computational Geometry (CCCG)
focuses on the mathematics of discrete geometry
from a computational point of view. Abstracting
and studying the geometry problems that underlie
important applications of computing (such as geographic
information systems, computer-aided design, simulation,
robotics, solid modeling, databases, and graphics) leads
not only to new mathematical results, but also to
improvements in these application areas. CCCG maintains the informality
of a smaller workshop and attracts a large number of students, as
well as having a strong international following.
CCCG is intended to be a forum, accessible to a broad variety of
researchers in the area,
to disseminate and discuss new results. All submitted papers
will be refereed, but we do not have a targeted maximum for the
number of submissions that are accepted.
Papers will be accepted if they present new, original, and error free
results that are of interest to the greater computational geometry
Authors are invited to submit papers
describing research of theoretical and
practical significance in the area of computational geometry.
Electronic submission, in PDF and not exceeding 4 pages length,
should be made from Submissions page.