2nd CALL FOR PARTICIPATION
12th European Workshop on Computational Geometry CG '96
University of Muenster, Germany
March 28 - 29, 1996
The European Workshop on Computational Geometry will be held in 1996 at the
University of Muenster, Germany. The goal of the Workshop is to bring together
the researchers in Computational Geometry, facilitating - through an informal
scheme - the diffusion of their most recent work.
Herbert Edelsbrunner, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA
Mark Overmars, University of Utrecht, The Netherlands
All interested people are welcome, even if they do not intend to give a talk.
In order to receive further information (by e-mail), please contact the
organizing committee to subscribe to our mailing list (if you have not
done so before). Further information about the workshop (e.g. registration
and hotel information form) can be found on the CG'96 WWW home page:
The workshop program as well as travel and tourist information will be
sent to participants in December 1995. No registration fee will be charged
for this workshop, participants will only be expected to pay a minimal
cover the costs for the coffee breaks.
Participants are encouraged to give a 20 minutes presentation of their work.
A preliminary title and a brief abstract (1-4 pages) should be submitted
(preferably by e-mail) to the organizing committee before December 15th, 1995.
The workshop language is English. If the number of presentations is too
large a selection will be made by the organizers. No proceedings will be
published but the abstracts will be collected and distributed among the
participants at the Workshop.
The city of M|nster is located in the northwestern part of Germany. It is
the commercial and cultural center of Westphalia and home of the
Westfdlische-Wilhelms Universitdt, one of the largest universities in
Germany. 56.000 of M|nster's 278.000 inhabitants are students. The city
obtains its charm and flair from the students and the numerous cyclists you
can see everywhere, in fact M|nster is called the "bicycle capital" of
Germany. The almost flat gentle landscape around Muenster with neat farms and
moated castles invites to a leisurely bike stroll on paved cycle paths.
Bicycles can be rented on arrival at the main railway station in M|nster.
The workshop will be held in the lecture hall building of the Department of
Mathematics which is located about 1.5 kilometers from the city center.
Further information (in German) about the city of Muenster can be found on
the WWW home page of the University is located at
How to get to Muenster:
Motorway A 1 ("Hansalinie") exits Muenster-Nord and Muenster-Sued.
Motorway A 43 from Wuppertal ends in Muenster.
Many intercity trains arrive each day at the Muenster railway station.
Every hour there is a direct intercity train from Frankfurt-Airport.
The international airport Muenster/Osnabrueck (FMO) is located about
20 kilometers north of Muenster. There are regular flights to Berlin,
Frankfurt, Munich, Zurich, Paris, London, Stuttgart and many other
airports. Private pilots may also use the airport in Telgte (8 kilometers
east of Muenster).
The Dortmund-Ems canal links Muenster with the German waterway system and
the North sea.
Klaus Hinrichs (chair), Andreas Brinkmann, Thorsten Graf
CG'96, Organizing Committee
Institut fuer Informatik
D - 48149 Muenster
e-mail: cg96@ math.uni-muenster.de
FAX: ++ 49 - 251 - 83 3755
FB 15 - Informatik
Tel. ++49-251-83 3752
Fax: ++49-251-83 3755