Program

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Program of the 2014 European School of Information Theory

 

Time  Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
8:45-9:00 Opening remarks        
9:00-10:30 Bobak Nazer Camilla Hollanti Yingbin Liang Rüdiger Urbanke Yuval Ishai
10:30-11:00 Break Break Break Break Break
11:00-12:30 Bobak Nazer Camilla Hollanti Yingbin Liang Rüdiger Urbanke Yuval Ishai
12:30-14:00 Lunch Lunch Lunch Lunch Lunch
14:00-15:30 Posters Posters 
Venkatesan Guruswami
15:30-16:00  Break  Break   Break  
16:00-17:30 Posters Posters   Venkatesan Guruswami  

 

 

  • Venkatesan GuruswamiList error-correction with information-theoretically minimal redundancy
  • Camilla HollantiAlgebraic lattices and applications to communications
  • Yuval IshaiThe complexity of information-theoretic secure computation 
  • Yingbin LiangInformation theoretic security and its applications
  • Bobak NazerCompute-and-Forward: an explicit link between finite field and Gaussian interference networks
  • Rüdiger UrbankeSpatial Coupling -- What is it, why does it work, and what are the open challenges?
 
Abstracts of the talks are available here
 
Walking tour will take place on Wednesday, 14:30-16:30. 
 
The registration and information desk will be open on Sunday between 17:00-20:00. It will also be open during most of the lectures and poster sessions (see the attached schedule for details).  

 

The organizers, similar to previous years, estimate that the effort in participation in the school corresponds to 2 ECTS. Each student needs to confirm with his/her own doctoral program whether those ECTS can be officially granted.

 

Poster sessions 


Important note 

All participants are strongly encouraged to present a poster about their research. For COST Action grant awardee, this requirement is mandatory.

 

The recommended poster size is a single A0 page (1200 x 840 mm). Please bring your printed poster with you to the School. Additionally, please send your poster in the .PDF format to vitaly.skachek@ut.ee by March 25th, so we could include your file into the School handout material.