The general chairs,
Pingzhi Fan, Aria Nosratinia, Li Chen
Scope of Submission
Original papers on Information and Coding Theory are encouraged for submission. Our special interests include:
- Information Theory and its Applications
- Frontiers of Coding Theory and Practice
- Boundaries between Information Theory and Data Science, Biology and Signal Processing
- Network Information Theory
- Network Coding and Distributed Storage
- Information Theoretic Security
Submit your paper through EDAS by
May 18, 2018 June 1, 2018 11:59pm Hawaii Time (UTC-10).
May 18, 2018 June 1, 2018 (once and firm)
August 13, 2018 August 17, 2018
Final paper submission September 13, 2018
Tutorial proposal submission March 1, 2018
Tutorial acceptance notification March 15, 2018
SYSU-CITW in Sun Yat-sen University
The Sun Yat-sen University Coding and Information Theory Workshop (SYSU-CITW) will take place in Sun Yat-sen University higher education megacenter campus on November 30, 2018, the day after ITW2018. SYSU-CITW consists of invited talks and a tour to National Supercomputer Center in Guangzhou. Admission is free for SYSU-CITW.
ISTC 2018 in Hong Kong
The International Symposium on Turbo Codes & Iterative Information Processing (ISTC) 2018 will take place in Hong Kong on December 3 – 7, the week after ITW 2018. Hong Kong is only 120 km southeast of Guangzhou with a train journey of 2 hours.
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