Greg's work:

This page is about academics. I have a non-work page here.

You can email me at:
aloupis D0T greg D0T gmail D0T com

Position: Visiting Assistant Professor, Computer Science, Tufts University.
(on leave from position of Chargé de Recherches du FNRS, in Belgium).
I'm also adjunct faculty at Carleton University (CG lab)
Main base right now: Boston
Field: Computational Geometry.
During my postdoc years, I have been affiliated with ULB (Brussels), Carleton (Ottawa), and Academia Sinica (Taipei). I also liked to spend lots of time at NYU/Poly.

My Ph.D. (McGill) was about Reconfigurations of Polygonal Structures. Here is an e-copy:    thesis.pdf
My M.Sc. thesis was on Geometric Estimators of Location:   G_A_thesis.pdf. For an introduction to this topic online, go here.
My undergrad major was in physics. I also took part in several mobile robotics experiments.
I am currently co-teaching Advanced Algorithms (COMP 260) and Discrete Math (COMP 61) at Tufts.
I've also taught Computational Geometry (COMP 163) and Algorithms (COMP 160) at Tufts.
I've previously taught (and been a T.A for) a graduate course at McGill: Pattern Recognition cs644. I've also been a T.A. for the Computational Geometry (cs507) and Information Structures (cs610) grad courses at McGill.
Here are my publications. My convex hull history page has also been cited. Here are some talks I've given.
I co-organized CCCG 2011 and CCCG 2012.