Geometric problems are central in many areas of science and
engineering. Computational geometry, the study of combinatorial and
algorithmic problems in a geometric setting, has tremendous practical
applications in areas such as computer graphics, computer vision and
imaging, scientific visualization, geographic information systems,...
Traditionally, the scope of computational geometry research has been
limited to manipulation of geometric elements in the Euclidean space
R^{d}.
Due to the recent emergence of standardized software libraries, in particular the Computational Geometry Algorithms Library CGAL, developed in the framework of an Open Source Project, the sofar mostly theoretical results developed in computational geometry are being used and extended for practical use like never before. 

Related Events
Astonishing workshop, LORIA, Nancy, September 2526, 2017 Geometric Aspects of Materials Science, Brisbane, Australia, July 45, 2017 Workshop on Computational geometry in nonEuclidean spaces, INRIA, LORIA, Nancy, August 2628, 2015 Workshop on Geometric Structures with Symmetry and Periodicity, Kyoto University, Japan, June 89, 2014 OrbiCG/Triangles Workshop on Computational Geometry, INRIA Sophia Antipolis  Méditerranée, 8  10 Dec 2010 Subdivide and Tile: Triangulating spaces for understanding the world (program), Lorentz Center, Leiden, The Netherlands, 16  20 Nov 2009 CGAL Prospective Workshop on Geometric Computing in Periodic Spaces, INRIA Sophia Antipolis  Méditerranée, 20 October 2008
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Delaunay Triangulations of Closed Euclidean Manifolds  
(image by Manuel Caroli  larger version) 
Flat torus with square fundamental domain
Generalizations

Periodic Meshes 


(internship of Mikhail Bogdanov) 
Delaunay Complexes in Hyperbolic Spaces  


Delaunay Triangulations of Closed Hyperbolic Surfaces 

[SoCG'16]
Bolza surface (genus 2)
See also Iordan Iordanov's PhD thesis. 
(internship of Mathieu Schmitt) [RR 8179] 
Delaunay Triangulations of the Sphere  


Triangulations of the Projective Plane 

[MACIS'07] (work done during the internship of Mridul Aanjaneya) 