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The Centre for Computational and Discrete Geometry at the forefronts of scientific activity in Europe and North America. 

Gives invited talks at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BUTE), Bolyai Mathematical Institute at University of Szeged, Alfréd Rényi Mathematical Institute and the Mathematical Institute of University of Pannonia. 

CCDG doctoral student elected to the Canadian Mathematical Society Student Committee (CMS Studc), organizes the summer 2015 AARMS-CMS Poster Session and co-organizes the 2015 PIMS Young Researchers Conference. 

Welcome to the University of Calgary's Centre for Computational & Discrete Geometry (CCDG), an academic research centre housed within the Department of Mathematics & Statistics and supported by the Canada Research Chairs Program, Canada Foundation for Innovation, Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada, Faculty of Science and the Department of Mathematics and Statistics. 

Geometry and Symmetry (GeoSym 2015)

University of Pannonia, Veszprém, Hungary 
29 June - 3 July, 2015 

The conference will celebrate the 60th birthdays in 2015 of Prof. Károly Bezdek (University of Calgary, Canada and University of Pannonia, Hungary) and Prof. Egon Schulte (Northeastern University, USA). The theme of the conference will be geometry and symmetry, with emphasis on recent progress on aspects of discrete geometry in which Bezdek and Schulte have made remarkable contributions. For conference program and other details please refer to the conference webpage

Can discrete geometry be used for technological innovation? Can solutions to fundamental problems in solid state chemistry be found using pure mathematics? 

CCDG students organize and participate in a number of conferences and scientific activities this summer. 

What's hot at CCDG!

Muhammad Ali Khan: The covering index of convex bodies