Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology

Graph Drawing Research Group

 

Graph Drawing and Information Visualization Laboratory
Department of Computer Science and Engineering


 

 

 

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Activities

 

WALCOM

Graph Drawing Research Group gave all technical supports to Bangladesh Academy of Sciences (BAS) for Organizing the Workshop on Algorithms and Computation (WALCOM 2007) on February 12, 2007. The group also provided valuable technical assistance to BAS and BUET for organizing WALCOM 2008 during February 7-8, 2008. The proceedings of WALCOM 2008 has been published by Springer in their renowned LNCS (Lecture Notes in Computer Science) series. Recently the group actively supported in organinzing the WALCOM 2015 Conference, which was held on February 26-28, 2015.

 
 

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Seminars

The group is planning to organize seminars for other engineering departments of BUET, the department of architecture of BUET, ICDDR, B and the department of bio-technology and genetic engineering of Dhaka University for explaining the interdisciplinary applications of graph drawing.

 
 

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Weekly Sessions

The group organizes presentation sessions for undergraduate and graduate students every week where students present their progress in research work. 

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Weekly Reading Group

The group organizes reading sessions for undergraduate and graduate students every week where students jointly cover a book in the area of Graph Drawing and Algorithms. The schedule for the presentation sessions for the graduate students in April 2013 semester can be found here.

   
   
   

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Courses
The following course offered by the department of Computer Science and Engineering are mainly conducted by the members of this group.
 
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Graph Theory
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Computational Geometry
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Graph Drawing
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VLSI layout Algorithms

 

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