This years Korean Workshop on Computational Geometry will be
located on the beautiful island of Hiddensee
which lies in the Baltic Sea west of Rügen island.
Participants will stay in small, reed-covered apartment
Hotel Heiderose which is located quietly outside the
villages of the island. There will be two apartments per house and
two participants per apartment.
The meetings will take place in the lecture room inside the hotel.
Accommodation, breakfasts, dinners, and transportation from
Berlin are free due to funding by DFG (Deutsche
Forschungsgemeinschaft, German research association). Due to DFG
regulations this support is not available for students, including
Ph.D. students. Their participation fee is 300 Euros which must be
paid upon arrival. Please register by March 15, so we can plan
ahead. Please observe, that your registration is binding since the hotel must
be booked in advance and has an 80% cancellation fee and DFG will
only pay for participants who were really present.
You also have to take care for lunch on your own, but there are
small kitchens in the apartments.
As usual the workshop will mostly consist of research work in small, spontaneously formed groups. We will work on open problems presented by the participants within the first two days of the meeting. Therefore, participants are asked to prepare presentations (~10-15 min.) introducing interesting research topics including open problems.
Reaching Hiddensee by public transportation is possible but complicated. Therefore, we will meet at our institute in Berlin, Takustr. 9, 14195 Berlin, entrance No. 9 on the map. From there, we will take a bus to Schaprode on Rügen and from there a boat to Hiddensee (6 p.m.) The bus will depart on Sunday, June 22 at 12:30 pm, please be on time. You are invited to arrive even earlier, from 11 a.m., and have a small snack at the institute.
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