I just saw that the accepted papers of this years Symposium of Graph Drawing have been posted (see here for titles and authors). I have one paper about grid embeddings of 3d polytopes via a realization of a dual polytope which is joint work with my student Alex.
I am looking forward to go to Bordeaux in September and will post my impressions.
The 39th International Workshop on Graph-Theoretic Concepts in Computer Science, WG for short, takes this year place in Lübeck, Germany. Today I found out that their webpage lists the accepted papers (titles and authors but no abstracts).
Fortunately, I also have a paper at this year's WG. The paper is about drawing graphs with circular arcs. Since I never been to WG before I am looking forward to go to a new conference. The list of accepted paper looks actually very interesting - there are quite a few talks about graph drawing and about representation of graphs.
I just received an email with the accepted papers of this year's Symposium on Computational Geometry (SoCG), which takes place in Rio de Janeiro. According to the PC chairs 48 Paper were selected out of 136 submissions (that is an acceptance rate of about 35 %).
See here for the list of accepted papers, unfortunately without abstracts.
This years European Workshop on Computational Geometry takes place in Brunswick, Germany. Today I checked the webpage and found out that it lists the preliminary accepted papers. Its always hard to tell from the titles of the abstracts what you can expect, but I think the program looks very interesting. I also have a paper there about a cartographic labeling problem (joint work with Philipp Kindermann, Benjamin Niedermann, Ignaz Rutter, Marcus Schaefer, and Alexander Wolff).
I definitely plan to attend the workshop. Just by reading the program I expect to see many familiar faces in Brunswick. It has been ages since I have been to the EuroCG (last one for me was Graz). I heard that they have changed the format of the workshop a bit (multi-track).