Call for papers

We are pleased to invite you to submit papers for the 6th International Conference  Mongeometrija focused to the research about geometry and graphic and application to science, engineering and art. Conference will take place at the Faculty of Technical Sciences, University of Novi Sad, Novi Sad(Serbia) on 7-9 June 2018.


Important dates:

Extended abstract submission: 31. January 2018.
Notification of extended abstract acception: 19. February 2018.
Full Paper submission: 16. April 2018.
Notification of acceptance and registration opening: 7. May 2018.

Please note that at least one author must be registered in the Conference until the 2nd of June, 2016 to assure the publication of the paper in the Conference Proceedings. One registration covers the publication of one paper.


Conference topics:

Theoretical geometry and graphics
●     Theoretical graphics
●     Geometry of curves and surfaces
●     Kinematic geometry
●     Descriptive geometry
●     Projective geometry and perspective
●     Theory of polyhedra

Applied geometry and graphics
●     Geometry and graphics in Sscience, architecture, urbanism and engineering
●     Geometry and graphics in art and design
●     Folding geometry
●     Computer animation and games
●     Image-based modeling
●     Virtual and augmented reality
●     City modelling and GIS

Engineering computer graphics and geometry
●     Parametric and generative design
●     Computer aided design
●     Computational geometry
●     Building information modeling
●     Product design and modeling
●     Virtual and physical prototyping
●     Digital fabrication and robotics
●     Design strategies and biomimicry
●     Image synthesis
●     Computer-generated Imagery
●     Scientific and technical visualization

Geometry and graphics education and teaching methodology
●     Education of Descriptive Geometry and Graphics
●     Education Technology Research
●     Educational Software Development

History of geometry and graphics
●     Geometry/graphics  in historical contexts
●     Geometric aspects of historic-cultural monuments