Please note that the GMP2020 has been postponed to September 23-25, 2020, due to the current Covid-19 situation.
We welcome you to participate in the 14th International Conference on Geometric Modeling and Processing GMP 2020, which will be held in Okinawa, Japan, September 23-25,
May 13-15, 2020. GMP is an annual international conference series on both mathematical and computational aspects of geometric modeling and simulation. The GMP conference series provides researchers and practitioners with a forum for exchanging new ideas, discussing new applications, and presenting new solutions. The previous GMP conferences were held in Vancouver (2019), Aachen (2018), Xiamen (2017), and San Antonio (2016), etc., with great success. The GMP conference is sponsored by AsiaGraphics.
The modeling and processing of geometric data is fundamental to many computer applications, including computer graphics, computer vision, CAD/CAM, medical imaging, engineering analysis, robotics, additive manufacturing, and scientific computing. The organizers of GMP 2020 invite submissions of full-length papers on topics including, but not limited, to:
• Mathematical foundations of computer-aided geometric design
• Computational geometry algorithms and analyses
• Multi-resolution and heterogeneous modeling
• 3D printing and computational manufacturing
• Geometric feature modeling and recognition
• Representation of curves and surfaces
• Discrete differential geometry
• Isogeometric analysis
• Shape optimization
• Material modeling
• George Allen (nTopology)
• Ulrich Reif (The Technische Universität)
• Jianmin Zheng (Nanyang Technological University)
The official language of the conference is English and manuscripts must be written in English. The submitted papers should present previously unpublished, original results that are not simultaneously submitted elsewhere. All papers will be rigorously peer-reviewed by members of the international program committee of GMP. The review process will be double-blind. Please use our LaTeX template for your submission (expected length is 10 to 15 pages).
The conference proceedings will be published in a special issue of Computer-Aided Geometric Design (CAGD, Elsevier).