Communication, Control and Signal Processing Seminar

The online CCSP Seminar, on recent advances in communication, control and signal processing at large, is a teaching seminar. Each invited speaker is requested to present a lecture (of duration 60 - 90 minutes) that describes just one or two mathematical techniques and just as many key results. The lecture will be given at a Zoom whiteboard in classroom fashion, at classroom pace, and will be videotaped for open access if the speaker so desires.

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Upcoming Talks

We are off for the winter, and will be back in the spring with another set of exciting talks. Stay tuned, and follow us on Twitter/watch this space for updates!


Past talks

Mary Wootters (Stanford University)
Sharp Thresholds for Random Subspaces, and Applications to LDPC Codes
Dec 3, 2020
Abstract & Video Recording

Mokshay Madiman (University of Delaware)
Rényi information inequalities and their mathematical ramifications
Nov 12, 2020
Abstract & Video Recording

Min Ye (Tsinghua-Berkeley Shenzhen Institute)
Strong Converse on Bitwise Decoding for Random Linear Code Ensemble
Oct 29, 2020
Abstract & Video Recording

Amin Gohari (Tehran Institute for Advanced Studies)
The Auxiliary Receiver Approach in Network Information Theory
Oct 15, 2020
Abstract & Video Recording


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