The conference program is available here.

General information

There will be three plenary talks, invited sessions (minisymposia), contributed sessions and a poster session.

Participants are welcomed to suggest topics and organizers of minisymposia to the scientific secretary ( Each minisymposium will consist of three talks (30 minutes each) on a given topic. The organizer of a minisymposium should submit a proposal with the session title and three speakers (the organizer may be one of the speakers).

Contributed talks will be 20 minutes long.

All contributions will be in English.

Plenary talks

  • Karl-Anton Dorph-Petersen (Aarhus)
  • David Dereudre (Lille)
  • Günter Last (Karlsruhe)


  • Covariance functions and point processes on the sphere and other non-Euclidean spaces (organized by Jesper Møller)
  • Testing in spatial statistics (organized by Tomáš Mrkvička)
  • New methods and applications in shape analysis (organized by Stephan Huckemann)
  • Random sets tessellating the space (organized by Viktor Beneš)
  • Modeling of polycrystalline materials and applications (organized by Volker Schmidt)
  • Quantitative analysis and stochastic modelling of microstructures (organized by Claudia Redenbach and Katja Schladitz)
  • Similarity measures on random sets (organized by Kateřina Helisová)
  • Stereology and geometric tomography (organized by Jens Nyengaard)