May 23-27, 2016
Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya
The Geometric Graphs week (formerly Pseudo Triangulations week) brings together a group of about 20 researchers to work in cooperation on open problems brought by the organizers and the participants.
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Open problems session
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|14:30||Working session||Working session||Working session||Working session||Wrap-up session|
- Working sessions. Working sessions will take place in room 204 (floor 2) of the A2 building, which is located in the North Campus of the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, within 4 minutes walking distance from the residence Torre Girona.
- Coffee breaks. Coffee breaks will take place at main the campus cafeteria Unity, Monday to Friday at 10:45.
- Lunches. Lunches will be at the campus restaurant Unity, Monday to Friday at 13:00.
- Dinner. The social dinner will take place on Tuesday May 24, at 19:30, at a restaurant Santa Clara.
- Cafeterias around campus. If you don’t want to leave campus, find here the cafeterias where you can sit to work or relax for a while.
- Maps. Google map with all workshop locations available here.
To find the A2 building, you can also check out this campus map.
See here for a picture of the A2 building.
- A registration fee will be charged of 150€. The fee will be collected on arrival (and must be paid in cash).
- Coffee breaks are included in the registration fee (up to 4 € per day).
- Lunches are includeded in the registration fee.
- Social dinner is included in the registration fee.
- Every participant will take care of her/his own travelling and accommodation expenses.
Booking before March 1
We have pre-booked some rooms at the university residence Torre Girona, with the following conditions:
- Type of room: double
- Prices: 65 € per night if onbly one person uses the room, 85 € per night if two persons share the room (breakfast and VAT are included in the prices)
- Arrival: saturday 21, sunday 22, or monday 23
- Departure: friday 27, saturday 28, or sunday 29
These pre-booked rooms will be available until March 1st. If you are interested in booking one of these rooms, you need to directly contact the residence (see how here). Don’t forget to mention the reservation code 53.447. Booking conditions are as follows: arrival time is after 14:00; departure time is before 12:00; cancellations and modifications are free of any charge up to 24 hours prior to arrival date, 1 night will be charged otherwise. This residence also offers family rooms.
Booking after March 1
You can still contact the university residence Torre Girona, and ask for a room. If there are still available rooms, it will still be possible for you to book one under the same conditions. Don’t forget to mention the reservation code 53.447.
If you wish to stay in some other of the university residences, have a look here.
If you wish to find another kind of university-related accommodation, you may want to look here.
Arrival and departure: You will find here a few hints about the airport, the railroad station and how to get from there to the city.
Getting around: Here you have some information about how to get around within Barcelona (bus, subway, city map,…) and outside the city (taking a train, renting a car,…).
Oswin Aichholzer, TU Graz, Austria
Carlos Alegría-Galicia, UNAM, Mexico
Andrei Asinowski, TU Wien, Austria
Bahareh Banyassady, FU Berlin, Germany
Pilar Cano, UPC-Carleton U, Spain-Canada
Stefan Felsner, TU Berlin, Germany
Michael Hoffmann, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
John Iacono, NYU-ULB, USA-Belgium
Philipp Kindermann, U Würzburg, Germany
Boris Klemz, FU Berlin, Germany
Irina Kostitsyna, U libre de Bruxelles, Belgium
Fabian Lipp, U Würzburg, Germany
Mercè Mora, UPC, Spain
David Orden, U Alcalá, Spain
Irene Parada, TU Graz, Austria
Alexander Pilz, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
Pedro Ramos, U Alcalá, Spain
Vera Sacristán, UPC, Spain
Manfred Scheucher, TU Graz, Austria
Patrik Schnider, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
Carlos Seara, UPC, Spain
Paul Seiferth, FU Berlin, Germany
Rodrigo Silveira, UPC, Spain
Kevin Verbeek, TU Eindhoven, The Netherlands
Birgit Vogtenhuber, TU Graz, Austria
Manuel Wettstein, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
Some photos from the event can be found here (password protected), including photos of the posters with the different problems.
1rst European Pseudo Triangulation Week, Graz (Austria), 10/2004
2nd European Pseudo Triangulation Week, Alcalá de Henares (Spain), 05/2005
3rd European Pseudo Triangulation Week, Berlin (Germany), 05/2007
4th European Pseudo Triangulation Week, Eindhoven (The Netherlands), 05/2007
5th European Pseudo Triangulation Week, Ratsch (Austria), 10/2008
6th European Pseudo Triangulation Week, Ratsch (Austria), 09/2009
7th European Research Week on Geometric Graphs and Pseudo-Triangulations, Castelldefels (Spain), 07/2010
8th European Pseudo Triangulation Week, Ratsch (Austria), 11/2011
9th European Research Week on Geometric Graphs, Alcalá de Henares (Spain), 05/2012
10th European Research Week on Geometric Graphs, Illgau (Switzerland), 09/2013
11th European Research Week on Geometric Graphs, Münster (Germany), 10/2014
12th European Research Week on Geometric Graphs, Berlin (Germany), 09/2015