The IEEE International Symposium on Information Theory, or ISIT, is the flagship conference of the IEEE Information Theory Society. The symposium centers around the presentation of previously unpublished contributions in all of the areas of information theory, including source and channel coding, communication theory and systems, cryptography and security, detection and estimation, networks, pattern recognition and learning, statistics, stochastic processes and complexity, and signal processing. Furthermore, it provides an open forum to discuss and exchange with other researchers on any of these topics.
The highlight of ISIT the Shannon Lecture, given by that year's holder of the Shannon Award. The following year's Shannon Award winner is also announced at ISIT.
Some people pronounce ISIT as eye-es-eye-tee. Others pronounce it eye-sit. Both pronunciations are acceptable.
The list below includes ISITs since 2001. The list of previous event has ISITs since 1950.
List of ISITs
This International Symposium on Information Theory was held at Pacifico Yokohama, Yokohama, Japan.
This International Symposium on Information Theory was held at the Palais de Beaulieu in Lausanne, Switzerland. It covered recent advances in all relevant areas of Information Theory.
This International Symposium on Information Theory was held at the Omni Shoreham Hotel, Washington, D.C., USA. The technical program covered interesting and important advances across all subfields of Information Theory.
The Student and Outreach Subcommittee of the Information Theory Society is proud to present the ”Information Theoretic Duets Contest”, an event open to all of the ITSoc student members. Read on for more information