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Schools of Information Theory are short workshops aimed towards giving students an educational experience that will introduce them to new research frontiers in Information Theory.

2018 IEEE European School of Information Theory (ESIT), May 7-11

The 2018 edition of the IEEE European School of Information Theory (ESIT), organized by Enrico Paolini (University of Bologna), Gianluigi Liva (German Aerospace Center), and Georg B?cherer (Technical University of Munich), will be held Bertinoro (Italy) from May 7th to May 11th, 2018. The venue will be the University Residential Centre of Bertinoro.

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2018 North American School of Information Theory

The 2018 edition of NASIT will be held at Texas A&M University.

The main website is at?https://shannon.engr.tamu.edu/

2019 North American School of Information Theory

NASIT 2019 will be held July 2 - 5 at Boston University in Boston, MA, USA.

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2020 North American School of Information Theory

The 2020 North American School of Information Theory will be held July 8-10, 2020 at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada.

2020 North-American School of Information Theory

July 8-10, 2020, Vancouver, Canada

More information at http://conferences.ece.ubc.ca/nasit2020

Overview

The 2020 IEEE North American School of Information Theory will be held?Wednesday, July 8 through Friday, July 10, 2020?at the?University of British Columbia, Vancouver?in Canada. This will be the 13th Annual North American School of Information Theory and follows a series of events designed to provide graduate students with opportunities to:

  • Learn from senior lecturers in the field who will present long-format tutorials;
  • Participate in a stimulating and inviting forum of scientists;
  • Present their own work for feedback and potential collaboration;
  • Deepen their connections with the community.

Program

The school will be held over three days and will consists of

  • Senior lecturers presenting long-format (2 1/2 hour) tutorials;?
  • Students presenting their own work in?poster sessions.

Lecturers

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Prof. Michelle Effros, California Institute of Technology?
Network Information Theory

Prof. Negar Kiyavash, Georgia Institute of Technology?
Causal Inference

Prof. David Tse, Stanford University?
Operating Blockchains at Physical Limits

Prof. Wei Yu, University of Toronto?
Massive Random Access and Massive MIMO

Prof. Lizhong Zheng, Massachusetts Institute of Technology?
Understanding Deep Learning With an Information Geometric Method

More information at?http://conferences.ece.ubc.ca/nasit2020