SoCG Best Student Presentation Award
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Since 2012, SoCG has given an award for the best presentation(s) by
a student. Candidates are full-time students (any level: undergrad,
PhD student, etc) at time of submission.
The winner of the award is selected according to scores given by the audience based on their appreciation of the presentation, including its contents, the quality of the slides, and the presentation skills of the presenter. In case of a tie, several winners can be selected.
A more detailed description of the criteria and procedure can be found in this document (pdf).
Paul Jungeblut "The Complexity of the Hausdorff Distance"
Sebastiano Cultrera di Montesano "Counting Cells of Order-k Voronoi Tessellations in R3 with Morse Theory"
Svenja Griesbach "Book Embeddings of Nonplanar Graphs with Small Faces in Few Pages"
Ivor van der Hoog "Preprocessing ambiguous imprecise points"
Ivor van der Hoog "Dynamic Smooth Compressed Quadtrees"
Aurélien Ooms "Subquadratic Encodings for Point Configurations"
|About the 2018 award|
|2017||Zuzana Masárová "A Proof of the Orbit Conjecture for Flipping Edge-Labelled Triangulations"|
|2016||Hsien-Chih Chang "Untangling Planar Curves"|
|2015||Luis Barba "A Linear-Time Algorithm for the Geodesic Center of a Simple Polygon"|
|2014||Quirijn Bouts "A Framework for Computing the Greedy Spanner"|
Luis Barba "Bichromatic Compatible Matchings"
João Paixão "Parameterized Complexity of Discrete Morse Theory"
|2012||Adam Sheffer "Counting Plane Graphs: Perfect Matchings, Spanning Cycles, and Kasteleyn's Technique"|