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ISIT Paper Submission Deadline Extended to Jan 15

The ISIT Paper Submission Deadline is extended to Wednesday, January 15, 11:59PM Eastern Time.

Paper Submissions for ISIT 2020 Due Jan 12

The deadline for paper submission is Sunday, January 12, 2020, at 11:59 PM, Eastern Time (New York, USA).

Tenure-Track Position in Information and Data Science at the University of Cambridge

Tenure-Track Position in Information and Data Science at the University of Cambridge

University Lectureship in Information and Data Science at the University of Cambridge

Class of 2020-21 Distinguished Lecturers

The IEEE Information Theory Society names the Class of 2020-21 Distinguished Lecturers

Ayfer Özgür named the ITSoc 2020 Goldsmith Lecturer

Ayfer Özgür named the IEEE Information Theory Society 2020 Goldsmith Lecturer

David Tse named the ITSoc 2020 Padovani Lecturer

David Tse named the IEEE Information Theory Society 2020 Padovani Lecturer

Submission open for ISIT 2020

The paper submission portal is now open for ISIT 2020: https://2020.ieee-isit.org/Papers.asp

JSAIT Updates

Updates on ITSoc's new journal JSAIT

Post-Doctoral Vacancies at ITCSC, CUHK, Hong Kong

Post-doctoral vacancies at the Institute of Theoretical Computer Science and Communications at The Chinese University of Hong Kong.

Report on the 8th Van der Meulen Seminar

Report on the 8th Van der Meulen Seminar

The 8th Van der Meulen Seminar was held on December 13, 2019

Katalin Marton Has Passed Away

Katalin Marton was a giant of our field. She also made remarkable contributions to measure concentration with applications to probability theory and ergodic theory. She received the Shannon Award and was the only woman to do so.

PhD and Postdocs Positions in Communication Theory at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

We have open vacancies for PhD students and Postdocs in communication theory and the application of machine learning in reliable communications at the Communications Engineering Lab (CEL, Prof. Laurent Schmalen) at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) in Germany.

NVMW 2020 Call for Presentations

NVMW 2020 Call for Presentations

The 11th Annual Non-Volatile Memories Workshop (NVMW 2020) provides a unique showcase for outstanding research on solid state, non-volatile memories, including devices, error coding, architectures, systems, and applications. Submissions to the workshops are 2-page extended abstracts. They are due December 11th, 2019.

Postdoc in Privacy and Fairness at Arizona State University

Postdoc in Privacy and Fairness at Arizona State University

Lalitha Sankar and Oliver Kosut at Arizona State University are looking for a postdoc to work on privacy and fairness in the context of learning.

Postdocs at EURECOM in Coded Caching and Distributed Computing

We are looking for postdocs at EURECOM who have worked on coded caching and/or distributed computing. Planned research includes coded caching, distributed computing, data shuffling, as well as a variety of other applications in the area of communications and computing. The duration can be 1.5, or up to 3-4 years.

Research Assistant Professor in the Foundations of Data Science at the University of Illinois at Chicago

Research Assistant Professor in the Foundations of Data Science at the University of Illinois at Chicago

Research Assistant Professor, Data Science, Information Theory, UIC, Chicago

Assistant, Associate or Full Professor at UC Irvine in Theory and Applications of Data-Driven Systems

The Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at the University of California, Irvine invites applications for an Assistant (tenure-track) or Associate/Full Professor (tenured) position.

Call for Nominations: NVMW Persistent Impact Prize

Call for Nominations: NVMW Persistent Impact Prize

The NVMW Persistent Impact Prize is awarded annually to a paper published at least five years prior that has had exceptional impact on the fields of study related to non-volatile memories, including coding and information theory. The award includes a cash prize.

Jørn Justesen Has Passed Away

Jørn Justesen Has Passed Away

Jørn Justesen, a well-known expert in coding theory, communications, and data compression, passed away on October 27, 2019 in Washington, DC, USA at the age of 75. His notable results include the construction of low-complexity, asymptotically good error-correcting codes (1972), a discovery of fast decoding algorithms for Reed-Solomon and algebraic-geometric codes, as well as research into construction and properties of convolutional codes.

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