This post is about the European Workshop on Computational Geometry, number 29. This year's workshop takes place in Braunschweig Brunswick, Germany. In case you are interested, there is a book of abstracts ready for download.
The first day had already some very interesting talks. For those of you who don't know, the EuroCG has parallel tracks, so unfortunately, I missed some of the talks. Here is a small selection of talks I found especially interesting (form my very personal perspective):