The Japan-Singapore Workshop on Coding and Information Theory was a four day gathering at the School of Physical & Mathematical Sciences, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore from 4 to 7 Mar 2018.

We aim to bring together researchers working on a variety of topics in coding and information theory, and promote long-term collaboration between the two communities. Topics covered include (and not limited to):

  • Coding for Communication and Storage,
  • Coding Theory,
  • Communication Theory,
  • Cryptography and Security,
  • Emerging Applications of IT,
  • Information Theory and Statistics,
  • Information Theory in Biology,
  • Network Coding and Applications,
  • Network Information Theory,
  • Quantum Information and Coding Theory,
  • Signal Processing, Source Coding and Data Compression,
  • Wireless Communication and Networks.

The workshop will feature invited talks by leading experts in the various fields of coding and information theory.

Plenary Speakers

    • Hirosuke Yamamoto, University of Tokyo
    • Yasutada Oohama, University of Electro-Communications
    • Wang Huaxiong, Nanyang Technological University
    • Masahito Hayashi, Nagoya University and National University of Singapore

Workshop Photos

Thanks to everyone for coming, here are the workshop participant group photos.