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2017 European School of Information Theory

  • Fechas:

    Del 08/05/17 al 11/05/17

  • Lugar:

    Real Academia de Ingenieria, Madrid (Calle Don Pedro, 10), Madrid, España (mapa)

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2017 European School of Information Theory
May 8-11, 2017, Madrid, Spain


The European School of Information Theory (ESIT) is an annual educational event, organized by the IEEE Information Theory Society, for graduate students from institutes throughout Europe and beyond. In this school, the students have the opportunity to learn from distinguished lecturers by attending long-format tutorials, to present their own work to obtain feedback and to start up collaborations, and to participate in a stimulating and inviting forum of scientists.


Registration at an advanced rate can be done before April 7 March 31, 2017 (see table below). Registration ›

Due to the venue capacity, there will be a maximum number of 80 attendees. In order to secure your spot, we recommend to register as soon as possible.

Registration includes access by the named registrant to the technical program, the welcome reception (1 person), the banquet (1 person) and coffee breaks during the school.

-The registration fee does not include accommodation. A special rate at various hotels and hostels is available for a limited number of rooms. Accommodation options ›

  Before April 7, 2017 After April 7,2017 Registration fee 80€ 120€


Real Academia de Ingenieria, Calle Don Pedro, 10, 28005 Madrid

Organizing committee:

Alfonso Martínez (Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona)
Tobias Koch (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid)
Pablo M. Olmos (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid)
Gonzalo Vazquez-Vilar (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid)



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Scheduled tutorial lectures:


Spatially coupled LDPC codes: from theory to practice
Daniel J. Costello, Jr. (University of Notre Dame)

Channel reliability: from ordinary to zero-error capacity
Marco Dalai (University of Brescia)

Fundamental limits in asynchronous communication
Aslan Tchamkerten (Telecom ParisTech)

Information-theoretic signal processing
Ram Zamir (Tel Aviv University)


The final program will be published when available.

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Daniel J. Costello, Jr. (University of Notre Dame)

Marco Dalai (University of Brescia)

Aslan Tchamkerten (Telecom ParisTech)

Ram Zamir (Tel Aviv University)


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