From Theoretical to Applied Geometry: Recent Developments

in Special Issue   Posted on August 2, 2019 

Information for the Special Issue

Submission Deadline: Thu 31 Oct 2019
Journal Impact Factor : 1.230
Journal Name : Computer Aided Geometric Design
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Guest Editors:

Marjeta Knez, Martin Peternell, Juan Gerardo Alcazar

Submission Deadline: October 31st, 2019

Background. Classical theoretical results from different branches of geometry, e.g. differential, algebraic, projective and descriptive, have been applied in last decades to various areas of Computer Aided Geometric Design ranging from geometric modeling, robotics and kinematics to spline approximation and isogeometric analysis. Theoretical advances have been used to develop new methods and algorithms, as well as to find new approaches to old and current
practical problems.

Scope. This special issue focuses on recent developments in theoretical and applied geometry, originating from the interaction between classical methods in geometry with computational approaches from approximation theory and computer aided geometric design. In particular, it will contain relevant papers which were presented at the
Conference on Geometry: Theory and Applications (University of Innsbruck, Austria, June 3-7, 2019).

Additional submissions are also welcome.
Topics. Main topics include, but are not limited to:
Computer Aided Geometric Design
Computational Geometry
Computer Graphics
Differential Geometry
Geometric Computing
Geometric Modeling
Isogeometric Analysis
Robotics and Kinematics

Submission. Please use the electronic submission system at and select \”VSI: CGTA 2019\” when reaching step of selecting article type name in submission process.

Marjeta Knez, IMFM and FMF, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia,, [email protected]
Martin Peternell, Institute of Discrete Mathematics and Geometry, TU Vienna, Austria, [email protected]
Juan Gerardo Alcazar, Department of Physics and Mathematics, University of Alcala,
Madrid, Spain,, [email protected]

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