Friday, October 21

204 Burnett Hall

 

1:45-2:30pm  

Mathematical Topics in Coding Theory,

 

Vera Pless*

2:45-3:30pm

Communication Channel Models and Their Implications for Error Control,

 

Thomas E Fuja*

 

Saturday, October 22

(Morning Session)

120 Burnett Hall

 

9:00-9:20am

Nested Interpolation for Reduced Complexity Soft Decoding of Reed Solomon Codes,

 

Ralf Koetter*

9:30-9:50am

Multivariate Interpolation Decoding of Reed-Solomon Codes And Decoding Beyond the Guruswami-Sudan Radius,

 

Farzad Parvaresh* and Alexander Vardy

10:00-10:20am

On Linear Programming Bounds for Codes,

 

Alexander Barg*

10:30-10:50am

An Explicit Construction of Universally Decodable Matrices,

 

Pascal O Vontobel* and Ashwin Ganesan

11:00-11:20am

Sequences in Chemistry and Physics,

 

Jonathan I. Hall*

 

Saturday, October 22

(Afternoon Session)

120 Burnett Hall

 

3:00-3:20pm

Discussion,

 

Christian Schlegel*

3:30-3:50pm

Graph-Theoretic Constructions of LDPC Codes,

 

Matt Koetz*

4:00-4:20pm  

Minimal Pseudo-codewords of Codes from Finite Geometries,

 

Roxana Smarandache* and Pascal O. Vontobel

4:30-4:50pm

Pseudo-codewords of LDPC Codes,          

 

Ralf Koetter, Wen-Ching Winnie Li, Pascal O. Vontobel and Judy L. Walker; speaker: Min Lu

 

Sunday, October 23

120 Burnett Hall

 

9:00-9:20am

Duality Theory for Space-Time Codes over Finite Fields,

 

David Grant* and Mahesh K Varanasi

9:30-9:50am

McEliece Theorems for Cyclic Codes over Galois Rings,

 

Daniel J. Katz*

10:00-10:20am

s-Extremal Additive GF(4) Codes,

 

Jon-Lark Kim* and Judy L. Walker

10:30-10:50am

Self-Dual Codes over Z8 and Z9,

 

Steven Dougherty and Aaron Gulliver*

11:00-11:20am

Invariant-based Face Recognition,

 

Nigel Boston*

 

Invited Address

115 Burnett Hall

 

11:40am-12:30pm

LDPC Codes and Their Pseudocodewords,

 

Judy L. Walker