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Program of the School of Information Theory

For this year’s European School of Information Theory, we are pleased to announce our lecturers and their topics:

 

  • Gerhard Kramer, "Short Message Noisy Network Coding" (Presentation slides)
  • Suhas Diggavi, "An Approximation Approach to Network Information Theory"
  • Christina Fragouli, "Network Coding Theory and Applications"
  • Angel Lozano, "Lost in Assumptions"
  • Bane Vasic, "Codes on Graphs and Iterative Decoding" (Presentation Slides: Part I; Part II)
  • Stark Draper, "Error Exponents & Non-­‐asymptotics, Feedback"

                                                          

ESIT 2013 Lectures - Abstracts

ESIT 2013 Poster Sesions Program

                                                          ESIT 2013 PROGRAM

Time Monday,
April 22
Tuesday,
April 23
Wednesday,
April 24
Thursday,
April 25
Friday,
April 26
08:45-09:00 Opening,
Gerhard Kramer
       
09:00-10:30 Suhas Diggavi
(Part I)
Bane Vasic
(Part I)
Angel Lozano
Osvaldo Simeone
(Part I)
Cristina Fragouli
(Part I)
10:30-11:00 Coffee break
Coffee break Coffee break Coffee break Coffee break
11:00-12:30 Suhas Diggavi,
Part II)
Bane Vasic
(Part II)
Gerhard Kramer
Osvaldo Simeone
(Part II)
Cristina Fragouli
(Part II)
12:30-13:30 Lunch break
Lunch break Lunch break Lunch break Lunch break
13:30-15:00 Stark Draper
(Part I)
Poster session
(Part I)
Excursion Poster session
(Part III)
School closes
15:00-15:30  Coffee break
Coffee break
  Coffee break
15:30-17:00 Stark Draper
(Part II)
Poster session
(Part II)
  Poster session
Part (IV)
 

 

The hours obtained through this school correspond to a PhD course of 2 ECTS. The requirements to be fulfilled (homeworks, participation in the problem solving sessions) will be defined by the lectures on individual basis.