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ITW 2016 : IEEE Information Theory Workshop


When Sep 11, 2016 - Sep 14, 2016
Where Cambridge, UK
Submission Deadline Mar 13, 2016
Notification Due Jun 12, 2016
Final Version Due Jul 31, 2016
Categories    information theory   communications   networking

Call For Papers

The IEEE Information Theory Workshop (ITW) covers all topics broadly related to information theory. In addition to its traditional scope, the 2016 edition will also focus on the intersections of information theory, machine learning, and compressed sensing. The conference will take place at Robinson College, the youngest of the Cambridge colleges founded in 1979, offering modern dedicated conference facilities in a cosy residential setup and easy access to the sights and attractions in central Cambridge that lie within a 10 minutes walk of the college.

Important Dates:

Paper Submission Deadline: 13 March 2016
Acceptance Notification: 12 June 2016
Final Paper Submission: 31 July 2016

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