CTIC 2008


CTIC 2009

The aim of CTIC'2009 is to gather researchers dealing with the study of topological invariants from the computational point of view, and/or who want to use topological information in image applications. Indeed, people from different fields related to these studies share a growing interest in collaborating. These fields include: computational geometry, discrete geometry, geometrical modeling, algebraic topology and image processing. The workshop will provide an opportunity for the world's leading scientists and other participants in these fields, including young researchers, to exchange ideas. It will act as a catalyst for creating new collaborations, and starting new transversal projects. To achieve this goal, participants are encouraged to present their results related to one of the topics of the workshop listed below. Research in progress can also be submitted, as well as results that have been published recently. Works related to image applications using topological invariants are particularly welcome.

Pictures taken during the Workshop are available here

The slides of the invited speaker Herbert Edelsbrunner are available here.


The range of topics that are within the scope of the Workshop on Computational Topology in Image Context includes (but is not limited to):

* Topological invariants and their computation, homology, cohomology, linking number, fundamental groups, ...
* Algorithm optimization for image applications, transfer of mathematical tools, parallel computation, hierarchical approaches, ...
* Experimental evaluation of algorithms and heuristics,
* Numerical issues arising in implementations,
* Combinatorial or multi-resolution models,
* Discrete or computational topology,
* Geometrical modeling guided by topological constraints,
* Use of topological information in image applications

 Call for papers



Notification of acceptance: 15.07.2009

Camera ready version: 01.08.2009

Workshop: 26. - 28.08.2009