Let S be a set of n points in d-space. A convex Steiner partition is a tiling of conv(S) with empty convex bodies. For every integer d, we show that S admits a convex Steiner partition with at most ⌈(n - 1)/d⌉ tiles. This bound is the best possible for points in general position in the plane, and it is best possible apart from constant factors in every fixed dimension d ≥ 3. We also give the first constant-factor approximation algorithm for computing a minimum Steiner convex partition of a planar point set in general position. Establishing a tight lower bound for the maximum volume of a tile in a Steiner partition of any n points in the unit cube is equivalent to a famous problem of Danzer and Rogers. It is conjectured that the volume of the largest tile is ω(1/n) in any dimension d ≥ 2. Here we give a (1 - ∈)- approximation algorithm for computing the maximum volume of an empty convex body amidst n given points in the d-dimensional unit box [0,1] d .