[GMP2000] Call for Papers

From: Ian Gibson (igibson@hkucc.hku.hk)
Date: Tue Mar 16 1999 - 02:49:33 EET

                C A L L F O R P A P E R S

                Geometric Modeling and Processing 2000
                             (GMP 2000)

                Organized by The University of Hong Kong (HKU)

                        In Cooperation with
                  GMS (The Geometric Modeling Society, UK)
          IMA (The Institute of Mathematics and Its Applications, UK)
            The IEEE Computer Society, Hong Kong Chapter
        SME (Society of Manufacturing Engineers), Hong Kong Chapter
        HKIE-CAI (Hong Kong Institution of Engineers --
         Control, Automation and Instrumentation Division)

General Information

Geometric Modeling and Processing 2000 (GMP 2000) will be held in Hong Kong
on April 10-12, 2000. GMP 2000 is the first in a biennial international
conference series on solid modeling, shape representation and geometric
computation. Modeling and processing of geometric shape is fundamental
to many disciplines, such as computer graphics, computer vision, CAD/CAM,
medical imaging and scientific computation. GMP 2000 will provide a forum
for researchers and practitioners to exchange and discuss problems and new
solutions in geometric design. Topics to be covered include, but are not
limited to: shape representation, solid modeling, curves and surfaces,
mathematical foundations of CAGD, and studies of specific problems arising
from applications of geometric design. The next conference GMP 2002 will
be held in Korea.

Paper Submission

Papers will be refereed by an international program committee. The conference
proceedings will be published by the IEEE Computer Society Press. The
for paper submission is as follows.

        October 20, 1999: Submission of full papers (not abstracts)
        December 31, 1999: Notification of acceptance
        January 31, 2000: Camera ready papers are due
        April 10-12, 2000: Three days of conference

Full papers containing original and unpublished results are invited.
The front page of a paper should contain the author's affiliation,
correspondence address, and email address. We encourage electronic
submission. Papers (in English) should be submitted by October 20, 1999 to



        Wenping Wang
        Department of Computer Science and Information Systems
        The University of Hong Kong
        Pokfulam Road
        Hong Kong, China
        Tel: 852-2859-7074
        Fax: 852-2559-8447
        Email: wenping@csis.hku,hk


Inquiries about GMP 2000 should be addressed to one of the following

Wenping Wang
The University of Hong Kong
E-mail: wenping@csis.hku.hk
URL: http://www.csis.hku.hk/~wenping/

Ralph Martin
Cardiff University
E-mail: Ralph.Martin@cs.cf.ac.uk
URL: http://ralph.cs.cf.ac.uk/

Invited Talks

Leading international authorities will give invited talks at the conference.
Confirmed invited speakers include

Cecil Armstrong (Queen's University Belfast)
Adrian Bowyer (Bath University)
Stephen Cameron (Oxford University)
Hyeong-In Choi (Seoul National University)
Rida Farouki (University of California at Davis)
Ronald Goldman (Rice University)
Ralph Martin (University of Cardiff)
Alan Middleditch (Brunel University)
Helmut Pottmann (TU Wien)
Tamas Varady (Hungarian Academy of Sciences)

Conference Chair
S.T. Tan (HKU)

Local Organizing Committee

Chair: S.H. Lo (HKU)


K.W. Chan (HKU), Y.H. Chen (HKU), I. Gibson (HKU), W.S. Sze (HKU),
T.N. Wong (HKU)

Program Committee


Ralph Martin (Cardiff University, UK)
Wenping Wang (HKU, Hong Kong)


Chandrajit Bajaj (UT Austin. USA)
Brian Barsky (UC Berkeley, USA)
Wim Bronsvoort (Delft University of Technology, The Netherland)
Stephen Cameron (Oxford, UK)
Frank Cheng (U Kentucky, USA)
Eng Wee Chionh (NUS, Singapore)
B K Choi (KAIST, Korea)
Wendelin Degen (U Stuttgart, Germany)
Gershon Elber(Technion, Israel)
Gerald Farin (Arizona SU, USA)
Ronald Goldman (Rice U, USA)
Bert Juettler (Darmstadt, Germany)
Myung-Soo Kim (SNU, Korea)
Kunwoo Lee (SNU, Korea)
Weiyin Ma (City University of Hong Kong)
Takashi Maekawa (MIT, USA)
Jai Menon (IBM, USA)
Ahmad Nasri (American University of Beirut, Lebanon)
Alex Pasko (U Aizu, Japan)
Nick Patrikalakis (MIT, USA)
Qunsheng Peng (Zhejiang U, China)
Michael Pratt (USA)
Ari Rappoport(Hebrew U, Israel)
Alyn Rockwood (Arizona SU, USA)
Malcolm Sabin (Numerical Geometry Ltd., UK)
Yoshihisa Shinagawa (U Tokyo, Japan)
Vadim Shapiro (U Wisconsin, USA)
Yohanes Stefanus (University of Indonesia)
Kokichi Sugihara (U Tokyo, Japan)
Hiromasa Suzuki (U Tokyo, Japan)
Chiew Lan Tai(HKUST, Hong Kong)
D. Terzopolous (U Toronto, Canada)
Michael Wagner (Arizona SU, USA)
Tony Woo (U Washington, USA)
Brian Wyvill (U Calgary, Canada)
Geoff Wyvill (U Otago, New Zealand)

Dr. Ian Gibson
Associate Professor
Department of Mechanical Engineering
The University of Hong Kong
tel: (852) 28597901
fax: (852) 28585415

Still crazy after all these years - Paul Simon

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