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

New talks will be announced soon!

Past talks

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

Shun Watanabe (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology)
Revisiting Identification and Common Randomness
Oct 1, 2020
Abstract & Video Recording

Arya Mazumdar (UMass Amherst)
Learning Mixtures and Trace Reconstruction
Sep 17, 2020
Abstract & Video Recording

Himanshu Tyagi (IISc)
Interactive Inference under Information Constraints
Sep 3, 2020
Abstract & Video Recording

Soheil Feizi (UMD)
Certifiable Defenses against Adversarial Attacks
Mar 5, 2020

Sagnik Bhattacharya (UMD)
Shared Randomness in Arbitrarily Varying Channels
Feb 27, 2020

Gilles Zémor (University of Bordeaux)
Recent progress on quantum LDPC codes
Feb 13, 2020

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