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The 2017 IEEE International Symposium on Information Theory was held in Aachen, Germany from June 25 through June 30, 2017.

Interview
2011 Shannon Lecture
From Constrained Signaling to Network Interference Alignment via an Information-Estimation Perspective
Shlomo Shamai (Shitz)…

Shannon Lectures
2010 ISIT Plenary Lecture
Coding for Noisy Networks
Professor Abbas El Gamal
Stanford University

ISIT Plenary Lecture
ISIT Plenary Lecture

2018 ISIT Plenary Talk -- Vail, CO
Sit Back and Enjoy the Noise
Amos Lapidoth
ETH Zurich

ISIT Plenary Lecture
2016 ISIT Plenary Talk
The SAT-UNSAT Transition for Random Satisfiability Problems in the Case of Continuous Variables
Giorgio Parisi
University of…

ISIT Plenary Lecture
Information Theory Society presents a brief history of internet communication and packet switched networks leading to the idea of network coding.…

Network Coding
2014 ISIT Plenary Lecture
DNA Sequencing in the 21st Century: Algorithms and Estimation
Michael S. Waterman
University of Southern California

ISIT Plenary Lecture
2009 ISIT Shannon Lecture
Optimal Estimation
Professor Jorma Rissanen
University of Tampere

ISIT Plenary LectureShannon Lectures
2008 ISIT Plenary Talk
Randomness - A Computational Complexity View
Professor Avi Wigderson
Institute for Advanced Study
Princeton University

ISIT Plenary Lecture
Sennur Ulukus's full lecture at the 2020 European School of Information Theory Stuttgart, Germany

Private Information Retrieval
Reinhard Heckel's short lecture at the 2020 European School of Information Theory Stuttgart, Germany

Deep Learning
Ayfer Özgür's full lecture at the 2020 European School of Information Theory Stuttgart, Germany

Distributed Learning
2018 ISIT Plenary Talk -- Vail, CO
Guidance from Information Theory – an engineering perspective
Gottfried Ungerboeck

ISIT Plenary LectureShannon Lectures
2016 ISIT Plenary Talk
The Laplacian Matrices of Graphs
Daniel A. Spielman
Yale University

ISIT Plenary Lecture
2014 Shannon Lecture: On The Mathematics of Distinguishable Difference.
By János Körner, "Sapienza" University of Rome

Shannon Lectures
2013 ISIT Plenary Lecture
Concentration Inequalities and The Entropy Method
Gábor Lugosi
Department of Economics, Pompeu Fabra University

ISIT Plenary Lecture
2010 ISIT Plenary Lecture
Completely Random Measures for Bayesian Nonparametrics
Professor Michael I. Jordan
University of California, Berkeley

ISIT Plenary Lecture
2009 ISIT Plenary Lecture
It's Easier to Approximate
Professor David Tse
University of California, Berkeley

ISIT Plenary Lecture
2008 Shannon Lecture
Source Coding and Simulation
Professor Robert M. Gray
Stanford University

Shannon LecturesISIT Plenary Lecture
2016 ISIT Shannon Lecture
The Classical Capacity of a Quantum Channel
Alexander S. Holevo
Steklov Mathematical Institute

ISIT Plenary LectureShannon Lectures
2016 ISIT Plenary Talk
From 3T to 5G: Theory and Practice of Cooperation in Wireless Networks
Elza Erkip
New York University

ISIT Plenary Lecture
Morse Code Simulator: https://www.khanacademy.org/math/appl...

InterviewApplications

2013 ISIT Plenary Lecture
Lossless Source Coding Algorithms
Frans M.J. Willems
Eindhoven University of Technology

ISIT Plenary LectureSource Coding
2010 ISIT Plenary Lecture
The Audacity of Throughput - A Trilogy of Rates
Professor Anthony Ephremides
University of Maryland, College Park

ISIT Plenary Lecture
2009 ISIT Plenary Lecture
Randomized Dimensionality Reduction: A New Framework for Signal Processing and Communications
Professor Richard Baraniuk…

ISIT Plenary Lecture
2008 ISIT Plenary Lecture
Golay, Heisenberg and Weyl
Professor Robert Calderbank
Princeton University

ISIT Plenary Lecture
David Sutter's full lecture at the 2020 European School of Information Theory Stuttgart, Germany

Quantum Information Theory
Jakob Hoydis' (supported by Sebastian Cammerer, Sebastian Dörner and Tim Uhlemann) full lecture at the 2020 European School of Information Theory…

Deep LearningMachine Learning
2018 ISIT Tutorial
Vail, CO - 6/17/18
Nanoscale Information Processing
Lav R. Varshney and Naresh R. Shanbhag

ISIT Tutorial
2018 ISIT Tutorial
6/17/18
What Do We Know About Matrix Estimation?
Christina Lee Yu and Devavrat Shah

ISIT Plenary Lecture
2016 ISIT Plenary Talk
Codes, Metrics, and Applications
Alexander Barg
University of Maryland

Information Theory Society presents the key concepts needed to understand low-density parity-check codes (LDPC codes). It's a blend of repetition…

LDPC CodesCoding
The IEEE Information Theory Society presents an overview of Adi Shamir's 1979 paper on secret sharing. This is part of our series on the greatest…

Secrecy
The key insights behind content and collaborative filtering (Matrix Factorization). How Amazon, Netflix, Facebook and others predict what you will…

Recommender SystemsApplications
2013 ISIT Plenary Lecture
Three Recent Examples of the Effectiveness of Convex Programming in the Information Sciences
Emmanuel Candes
Stanford…

ISIT Plenary Lecture
2013 ISIT Shannon Lecture
Distance-Divergence Inequalities
Katalin Marton
Alfréd Rényi Institute of Mathematics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences

ISIT Plenary LectureShannon Lectures
2013 ISIT Plenary Lecture
High Dimensional Classification with Invariant Deep Networks
Stéphane Mallat
École Normale Supérieure

ISIT Plenary Lecture
2010 ISIT Shannon Lecture
Musing upon Information Theory
Professor Te Sun Han
NICT

Shannon Lectures
2009 ISIT Plenary Lecture
Combinatorial Reasoning in Information Theory
Professor Noga Alon
Tel Aviv University

ISIT Plenary Lecture
2009 ISIT Plenary Lecture
Facets of Entropy
Professor Raymond W. Yeung
Chinese University of Hong Kong

ISIT Plenary Lecture
2008 ISIT Plenary Lecture
From Two to Infinity: Information Theory and Statistics for Large Alphabets
Professor Alon Orlitsky
University of…

ISIT Plenary Lecture
Alexios Balatsoukas-Stimming's full lecture at the 2020 European School of Information Theory Stuttgart, Germany

Polar Codes
Swanand Kadhe's full lecture at the 2020 European School of Information Theory Stuttgart, Germany

BlockchainCoding
Laurent Schmalen's short lecture at the 2020 European School of Information Theory Stuttgart, Germany

LDPC Codes
Information Theory Society presents how the Lempel-Ziv lossless compression algorithm works. It was published in 1978 and improved by Welch in 1984…

Source CodingCoding