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2015 Information Theory
and Applications Workshop

Sunday 2/1 - Friday 2/6
Scripps Seaside Forum, La Jolla

General

Monday and Tuesday will focus on information theory and communications, while Thursday and Friday will center on networking, computer science, machine learning, bioinformatics, signal processing, statistics, and related disciplines.





Deadlines

12/9 (Friday) Paper titles
Poster picture
1/1 (Thursday) Registration
Abstracts
1/15 (Thursday)Final papers



Thursday Lunch Presentation

Market design,
Alvin Roth, Stanford, 2012 Economics Nobel Laureate
(Watch )

Other sessions and events

Superbowl Party at the La Jolla Shores' La Jolla Room, Sunday

Reception, Sunday

ITA Mornings Runs, Monday, Wednesday, Friday

Entropyneur: The True Tale of Six Entropy Enterprises, Monday (Watch )

Bonfire at the beach, Monday and Thursday

Entrypreneur: start propelling your propositions to products, Tuesday (Watch )

101 Reasons to Study Information Theory, Tuesday

Memorial for Alireza Seyedi at The La Jolla Room of the Shores Hotel, Tuesday

Relief and ITAVision Song Contest, Wednesday (Watch )

Banquet and student banquerrito, Wednesday

Open-problems session, Thursday

Video Abstracts


Interference in finite-sized highly dense millimeter wave networks,
Kiran Venugopal, UT Austin
Matthew Valenti, West Virginia University
Robert Heath, UT Austin

Information guided sequential compressed sensing,
Yao Xie, Georgia Tech

A Reusable Holdout for Guaranteed Classifier Validation,
Moritz Hardt, IBM Research - Almaden

Unified scaling of polar codes: error exponent, scaling exponent, moderate deviations, and error floors,
Marco Mondelli, EPFL
Seyed Hamed Hassani, ETH
Ruediger Urbanke, EPFL

Scripps Seaside Forum
La Jolla Beach and Tennis Club
La Jolla Shores Hotel