Applied Geometric Algebra in Computer Science and Engineering 2015

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Barcelona, Spain
July 29-31, 2015


01/07/2014 Preliminary Announcement
04/08/2014 Presentation at Tartu
26/08/2014 Ad in AD-net.
16/09/2014 Register Form
18/09/2014 RUPC prices
01/10/2014 Booking interface
08/10/2014 1st Announcement
13/10/2014 AGACSE 2015 Prize
12/02/2015 Secure Payment
29/04/2015 Prize update (pictures)
02/05/2015 End abstract submiss.
16/05/2015 JG Vargas talk at CRM
17/05/2015 2nd ed. of STA
1/06/2015 Program scheme
3/07/2015 IKM 2015 (20-22 July)
22/07/2015 Program at a glance
Early Proceedings Index
29/07/2015 Program at a glance
Early Proceedings Index
Dedication to DH

AGACSE 2015 awards

The AGACSE 2015 Prize was instituted as the David Hestenes Prize and in its first edition was awarded to Lei Huang (Academy of Science, Beijing, PR China).

Pierre-Philippe Dechant (University of York, UK) and Silvia Franchini (University of Palermo, Italy) were finalists.
Hestenes et al

D. Hestenes, L. Huang, S. Franchini, P. Dechant
S. Xambó-Descamps, E. Bayro-Corrochano.

Welcome to AGACSE 2015!

The 6th Conference on Applied Geometric Algebras in Computer Science and Engineering will take place in Barcelona from 29th to 31st July 2015 at the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya.

The AGACSE 2015 Conference has three main goals:

  • To promote the development of the Clifford-Grassmann geometric algebra.
  • To make progress on the inclusion of geometric algebra ideas into the mathematics, science and engineering curricula.
  • To spread geometric algebra technologies within industry and business by showing a range of applications (robotics, image processing, computer vision, flight navigation, ...).
* By courtesy of the Real Sociedad Matemática Española and the Societat Catalana de Matemàtiques, participants in the Summer School and/or in the Conference will get a complimentary copy of the new edition of Space-Time Algebra, with a new Preface by the author and a Foreword by Anthony Lasenby (see Cover and Backcover).

Join AGACSE 2015!

Register to AGACSE 2015 now! Registration is free and it allows you to be informed by e-mail of all the novelties and deadlines of the Conference and previous Summer School. The AGCASE 2015 will bring together researchers and teachers from different disciplines (Mathematics, Computer Science, Engineering, Physics, ...). The conference is also open to the institutional participation of industries and corporations (see Industrial Connections for details), and to the participation of beginners, for whom there will be a two-day Summer School (27th and 28th July) with tutorial lectures and hands-on sessions about key aspects of geometric algebra.


The Clifford-Grassmann geometric algebra is the proper algebra to handle geometric elements and their transformations. It is a coherent body of concepts and methods that work for any dimension, which has great algebraic and algorithmic power and yet it is fundamentally simple. Since these features are lacking in the currently taught geometric methods at any level, there are strong reasons to see geometric algebra as the geometric language of choice for the XXI century and to strive for its wide acceptance in Education and Research.