This seminar covers a wide range of topics in geometry with particular emphasis on discrete geometry, combinatorial geometry, computational geometry, and algorithmic real algebraic geometry. Many of the speakers are New York area researchers, students, visitors, and postdocs. A seminar talk may report on original research, survey known results, or be almost entirely devoted to an open problem. The seminar is organized by Richard Pollack, Joseph Malkevitch, and Boris Aronov, and Adam Sheffer.
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