This seminar brings together researchers and students from the CS, EE, and Math departments, to discuss research on Coding Theory and to mingle. Announcements of upcoming talks are sent via e-mail.
The Coding Thoery seminar is held during the semester on Sundays, 14:30-15:30, at Taub 601. If you wish to be added to the mailing-list, or wish to contribute a talk, please contact email@example.com.
The workshop will bring together scientists and engineers from industry and academia who are working on advanced non-volatile storage devices and systems. The goal is to facilitate the exchange of ideas, insights, and knowledge within this broad community of practitioners and researchers, and to foster the establishment of new collaborations that can propel future progress in the design and application of non-volatile memories.
The Shannon Centenary, 2016, marks the life and influence of Claude Shannon on the hundredth anniversary of his birth on 30 April 1916. Shannon is best known for developing the mathematical foundations of communication (establishing the field of information theory), data compression, digital computers, cryptography, circuit complexity, flow networks, and juggling, as well as laying foundations of artificial intelligence and human–computer interaction.