This is the news blog for CCCG 2021.

CCCG 2021 Young Researcher Award

Andrew Nathenson has been voted the recipient of the CCCG 2021 Best Young Researcher Award for his contribution, “Axis-Aligned Square Contact Representations“, by the Program Committee. Congratulations!

Registration Open

We have open the registration server. See our Registration page for more information. We look forward to seeing you at CCCG 2021!

CCCG 2021 will be held fully online

Due to the COVID situation, CCCG 2021 will be held fully online. The registration will be free, but participants will still be require to register online. More details of conference registration will be made available shortly. If you are interested in knowing more details of the local COVID situation, the following is some relevant information: …

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CCCG 2021 Accepted Papers

Peyman Afshani and Rasmus Killmann. Rectangle Stabbing and Orthogonal Range Reporting Lower Bounds in Moderate Dimensions Eva Vanessa Bolle and Linda Kleist. Folding Polyiamonds into Octahedra Joseph O’Rourke and Costin Vilcu. Cut Locus Realizations on Convex Polyhedra Haitao Wang and Yiming Zhao. An Optimal Algorithm for L_1 Shortest Paths in Unit-Disk Graphs Maike Buchin and Leonie Selbach. Decomposing Polygons into Fat Components David …

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Deadline extended to May 10

Due to new COVID lockdowns and requests from authors, the CCCG 2021 submission deadline is extended to May 10, 23:59 anywhere on earth (UTC -12).

The Call for Papers is Out

Call for Papers CCCG 2021Canadian Conference on Computational GeometryAugust 10-12, 2021Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada The Canadian Conference on Computational Geometry (CCCG) is a forum to disseminate and discuss new theoretical and applied results in discrete and computational geometry. CCCG focuses on the design of efficient algorithms, the development of software, and the study of the …

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