12th International Symposium on Graph Drawing

September 29 - October 2, 2004
New York City, New York

Organizers:
Gary Bloom , City College, CUNY
Peter BraŖ, City College, CUNY, co-chair
JŠnos Pach, City College, CUNY, chair
Farhad Shahrokhi, University of North Texas, co-chair
Presented under the auspices of the Special Focus on Computational Geometry and Applications.



Graph Drawing is concerned with the geometric representation of graphs and networks and is motivated by those applications where it is crucial to visualize structural information as graphs. Bridging the gap between theoretical advances and implemented solutions is an important aspect of the conference. Indeed, advances in graph drawing are a key factor in such technological areas as Web computing, e-commerce, VLSI circuit design, information systems, software engineering, computational cartography, bioinformatics, and networking. Researchers and practitioners working on theoretical and practical aspects of graph drawing are welcome to participate.

Scope. The range of topics that are within the scope of the International Symposium on Graph Drawing includes (but is not limited to):

Invited Speakers:

Erik Demaine (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Paul Seymour (Princeton University)


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