October 25, 2003

Room 104, General Academic Building
University of North Texas, Denton

General Announcement 


of the Talks



UNT Campus Map

The University of North Texas will host a one-day conference on October 25, 2003. The focus of GEOMETRY DAY would be on discrete geometry, computational geometry and graph theory. 

The key note speech would be given by Professor János Pach of the City College (CUNY) and Renyi Institute.. The invited talks would be given by Professors Pankaj Agarwal (Duke), Michal Karonski (Adam Mickiewicz and Emory) and Godfried Toussaint (McGill). 

The number of participants would be kept to atmost 40. There will be ample opportunities for discussions and interactions among the participants. There is no registration fee and the conference includes a free lunch. GEOMETRY DAY has been supported by the National Science Foundation. 

Application for partcipation should be made as soon as possible and no later than October 12, 2003. Interested individuals should send an email to:

Department of Computer Science & Engineering 
University of North Texas  
P.O. Box 311366, Denton, TX 76203 
Phone: (940) 565 - 2805; Fax: (940) 565 - 2799