
 Center for Computational and Discrete Geometry
The goal of CCDG is to host a regular stream of short and medium term visitors. They will have the opportunity to work on joint research projects with internal (local) members of the Centre as well as have access to the computational facility of the Centre for personal computational projects in Discrete Geometry. Through these collaborations and its electronic journal the Centre will serve as a vital forum for researchers in the field and will facilitate collaborations globally. We’re constantly looking to expand CCDG through activities such as: * Maintaining an active Visitors' Program to bring top researchers to the University of Calgary. * Recruiting top students at all levels – undergraduate, masters, PhD and postdoctorate – to be part of our program. * Offering new undergraduate and graduate course in the broad area of Geometry including Discrete Geometry. * Cultivating partnerships with other research groups at universities.
http://ccdg.math.ucalgary.ca/

a ride through the polyhedra world
Discover all the classic convex and non convex polyhedra (Platoon, Archimedes, Catalan, Kepler, Poinsot, ...). Thanks to the LiveGraphics3D applet you may enjoy them and move them as you like.
http://www.acnoumea.nc/maths/amc/polyhedr/index_e.htm

Interactive Geometry Software
Cabrilog provides geometry and mathematics based teaching software, based upon Cabri technology. Cabri® Jr. available in Texas Instruments graphing calculators!
http://www.cabri.com

Alexander's Polyhedra Pages
Polyhedral web pages, particularly models composed of regularfaced polygons. Toroidal models (Stewart Toroids) are of special interest.
http://www.doskey.com/polyhedra

Matilde Marcolli
Max Planck Institute for Mathematics Bonn and FSU Florida. Noncommutative geometry and number theory; Gauge theory and low dimensional topology; Mathematical Physics.
http://www.math.fsu.edu/~marcolli

Signal Science
The following papers and websites give insights on how to use the geometry Buckminster Fuller to do math and physics problems using the concept of curvature. Curvature is associated with General Relativity but it can be applied to many other areas as well. Our Mission is to show how to use Buckminster Fuller's ideas to solve math and enginering problems from this perspective. Over time our goal is to find simple but accurate ways to do this.
http://www.signalscience.com/newshtm.asp

JOURNAL OF DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS AND GEOMETRIC THEORIES
It is the intention of the Journal of Dynamical Systems and Geometric Theories to publish annually a broad range of research, survey and expository papers on dynamical systems and geometry, the interactions between these two subjects and their relationships with the other branches of knowledge. The intended audience consists of mathematicians as well as theoretical and mathematical physicists whose interests intersect the areas of dynamics and geometry, broadly interpreted.
http://www.tarupublications.com/jdsgt.html

Menelaus' Theorem and its Applications
Theorems involving Menelaus' theorem and some applications of Menelaus' theorem to geometry problems.
http://hamiltonious.virtualave.net/essays/othe/finalpaper4.h...

Multiscale Geometry and Analysis in High Dimensions
Institute for Pure and Applied Mathematics (IPAM), Los Angeles, CA, USA; 7 September  17 December 2004.
http://www.ipam.ucla.edu/programs/mga2004/

Kapovich, Michael
University of Utah. Lowdimensional geometry and topology.
http://www.math.utah.edu/~kapovich/

Advances in Geometry
Quarterly journal about the broad area of geometry.
http://www.degruyter.com/journals/advgeom/

Home Page of Isard
A free dynamic geometry package for Windows, PowerMac and Linux. Like Cabri, but in Smalltalk (and smaller). Source available : you can extend it as needed !
http://www.jeannot.org/~js/isard/

The Mathematical Atlas  Polytopes and Polyhedra
Collection of discussions regarding volume, vertices, dissection, gholed tori, and other subjects.
http://www.math.niu.edu/~rusin/knownmath/index/52BXX.html

Projective Geometry
Rudolf Steiner's approach.
http://www.anth.org.uk/NCT/


