10/24/12
What risks lead to ruin?
Venkat Anantharam, UC Berkeley
5/17/12
Wireless network simplification:
the Gaussian Nrelay diamond network
Ayfer Ozgur, Stanford University
5/17/12
Long range dependent Markov models
Barlas Oguz, UC Berkeley
6/10/11
Local Optimality in Tanner Codes
Guy Even, TelAviv University
6/9/11
Graphical model selection:
trees, latent trees, and beyond
Anima Anandkumar, UC Irvine
5/12/11
On the Delay Distribution of
Random Linear Network Coding
João Barros, Universidade do Porto
5/4/11
Local Phy + Global Routing:
A Fundamental Layering Principle
in Wireless Networks
Pramod Viswanath, UI UrbanaChampaign
3/16/11
Analysis of the SumProduct Algorithm
via the Graph Zeta Function
Yusuke Watanbe, UC Berkeley
3/02/11
DRESS Code For The Storage Cloud
Salim El Rouayheb, UC Berkeley
5/20/10
Quantum Channel Capacities
Jon Yard, Los Alamos National Laboratory
5/20/10
On Expanded Cyclic and
ReedSolomon Codes
Yingquan Wu, Link_A_Media
2/22/10
NonHamming Coding Theory in
Data Storage
Yuval Cassuto,
Hitachi Global Storage Technologies, San Jose Research Center
11/04/09
Polar Codes:
A New Paradigm for Coding
Satish Babu Korada,
Stanford University
8/27/09
On Pricing Data Bundles
based on Statistical Value
Mokshay Madiman,
Yale University
8/27/09
Error Correction Coding
for Flash Memories
Eitan Yaakobi,
UC San Diego
8/27/09
LowDelay Error Correction Codes for
Streaming Media over Wireless Links
Ashish Khisti,
Deutsche Telekom Labs, Los Altos
5/18/09
Coding Techniques for Distributed Storage
Alex Dimakis,
California Insitute of Technology
5/06/09
On Optimal Fixfree Codes
Serap Savari,
Texas A&M University
5/01/09
Investigating the Fundamental
Communication Burden of Cooperation
Paul Cuff,
Stanford University
2/19/09
Broadcast channels: new results
Chandra Nair,
Chinese University of Hong Kong
2/10/09
Estimating sparse models from
multivariate discrete data
via transformed Lasso
Teemu Roos,
Helsinki Institute for Information Technology HIIT, Finland
12/01/08
Statistical Inference and Learning
with Loops ... and Physics
Misha Chertkov,
Los Alamos National Laboratory
11/19/08
Fading Wireless Networks:
The Interference Case
Lalitha Sankar,
Princeton University
11/18/08
HighDimensional Statistical Problems:
Practice and Theory
Narayana Prasad Santhanam,
UC Berkeley
9/29/08
Counter Braids:
A New Architecture for Accurate
Network Measurements
Andrea Montanari,
Stanford University
9/03/08
Information Flow over Wireless Networks:
A Deterministic Approach
David Tse,
University of California at Berkeley
8/13/08
Rate Distortion
via Markov Chain Monte Carlo
Tsachy Weissman,
Stanford University and Technion
5/22/08
Compressed Sensing Meets
Information Theory
Dror Baron,
Menta Capital
9/07/07
Linear Programming and
Message Passing
Sujay Sanghavi,
MIT
8/2/07
Some Aspects of Robustness
in Channel Coding
Michael Gastpar,
UC Berkeley
7/26/07
Guessing based on
length functions
Rajesh Sundaresan,
Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore
7/24/07
Information Transfer in
Biological Systems
Wojciech Szpankowski,
Purdue University
5/3/07
Interactive Communication
Alon Orlitsky, UC San Diego
2/14/07
Van der Waals Curve and Maxwell Construction for Probabilistic Coding
Cyril Measson, Bell Labs and Stanford University
8/18/05
A universal scheme for learning
Ciamac Moallemi, Stanford University
7/19/05
Predictive game theory
David Wolpert, NASA Ames Research Center
5/27/05
Analyticity of hidden Markov chains
Guangyue Han, University of British Columbia
4/28/05
On the entropy rate of pattern processes
George Gemelos, Stanford University
3/1/05
Discrete denoising for channels with memory
Rui Zhang, Stanford University
12/17/04
Optimization and statistical physics: The
interplay, and proofs of the Parisi and CoppersmithSorkin conjectures
Chandra Nair, Stanford University
12/14/04
An integrated framework for image sensing
and processing
Peyman Milanfar, UC Santa Cruz
10/04/04
Homological representation of a
generalized de Moivre martingale
Steve Huntsman
8/05/04, 7/09/04
Systems and security issues for sensor
networks
Vinay Deolalikar, HP Labs
6/17/04
Universal minimax discrete denoising under
channel uncertainty
George Gemelos, Stanford University
6/11/04
Adaptive sampling for quickselect
Alfredo Viola, University of Uruguay
4/27/04
Tropical algebraic geometry and its
applications
Bernd Sturmfels, UC Berkeley
3/30/04
Private analysis of data sets
Benny Pinkas, HP Labs
3/25/04
Promise pipelining: Distributed programming
made practical
Mark S. Miller, HP Labs
1/23/04
Overview of research in the Technical
Computing Research Group
Jeff Collard, HP Labs
11/25/03
Building a virussafe computing platform:
Don't add security, remove insecurity
Mark S. Miller, HP Labs
11/19/03
Multiantenna Gaussian broadcast
channels
Sriram Vishwanath, University of Texas at Austin
10/9/03
How to search in a small world
Lada Adamic, HP Labs
9/29/03
The SkyNet virus  Why it is
unstoppable; How to stop it
Marc Stiegler
9/5/03
Joint denoising and decoding of
known/unknown sources
Krishnamurthy Viswanathan, HPL and UCSD
9/4/03
Analysis, synthesis and
retargeting of facial expressions
Erika Chuang, Stanford University
8/26/03
Certificateless publickey cryptography
Kenny Paterson, Royal Holloway College, University of London
8/21/03
Adiabatic quantum algorithms
Umesh Vazirani, UC, Berkeley
8/12/03
Adaptive caching by refetching
Manfred K. Warmuth, UC, Santa Cruz
8/07/03
Ubiquitous pattern matching and its
applications (Biology,
Security, Multimedia)
Wojciech Szpankowski, Purdue University
8/05/03
Simple, scaleable network algorithms
Balaji Prabhakar, Stanford University
7/15/03
Mining the web: Search engines
Ricardo BaezaYates, University of Chile
6/26/03, 6/12/03
The canonical correlations of natural color
images and their use for inverse problems (Parts I and II)
Yacov HelOr, HP Labs
5/27/03
A quadratictime, sequential, adaptive
algorithm for lossy compression
Dharmendra Modha, IBM Almaden Research Labs
5/20/03
Image inpainting and camouflage: Do not
believe what you see
Guillermo Sapiro, University of Minnesota
5/16/03
Capacity limits of wireless channels with
multiple antennas: Challenges, insights, and new mathematical methods
Andrea Goldsmith, Stanford University
5/8/03
Error Correcting codes for noiseless data
compression
Sergio Verdu, Princeton University
4/24/03
Sparse representations and the basis pursuit
algorithm
Michael Elad, Stanford University
4/15/03
Competitive auctions
Andrew V. Goldberg, Microsoft Research
3/18/03
On the computational approach to fighting
spam
Cynthia Dwork, Microsoft Research
3/11/03
Unified arithmetic for publickey cryptography
with hardware implementations
Cetin Koc, Oregon State University
2/21/03
Qualifying multipartite correlations with knot theory
Wim Van Dam, HP Labs and MSRI
2/13/03
Wireless communication and coordination in parallel relay networks
Brett Schein
1/28/03
Image segmentation with hidden Markov model
Johan Lim, Stanford University
1/21/03
Universal Portfolios in the Stock Market
David Julian, Stanford University
12/17/02
Leastsquares beamforming in wireless networks
Mitch Trott, HP Labs
12/03/02
Algebraic Geometry of Nash Equilibria
Bernd Sturmfels, University of California, Berkeley
11/08/02
Universal Discrete Denoising for a Known Channel
Tsachy Weissman, HP Labs and Stanford
11/01/02
Reconstruction from Subsequences
Leonard J. Schulman, Caltech
10/21/02
The channel coding theorem and the security of binary randomization
Poorvi Vora, Chief Technology Office, Imaging and Printing Group, HP
Other Events
10/200311/2003
Lectures on Gröbner Bases
Prof. Bernd Sturmfels
200304 HP/MSRI Visiting Research
Professor.
09/25/2003
Gröbner Bases in Integer Programming.
HPL Colloquium by Prof. Bernd Sturmfels, 200304 HP/MSRI Visiting Research
Professor.
06/2907/04/2003
IEEE International Symposium on Information Theory
02/12/2003
Quantum nonlocality
HPL Colloquium by Prof. Sandu Popescu
2003 HP/MSRI Visiting Research Professor
06/3007/05/2002
IEEE International Symposium on Information Theory
03/18/2002
Trends in Wireless Multiuser Communications
HPL Colloquium by Prof. Sergio Verdú
2002 HP/MSRI Visiting Research Professor
02/25/2002
Information Theory Workshop at MSRI
01/03/2002
Two lectures on applications of analytic techniques to information theory and finite field algorithms
Information Theory Seminar by Prof. Wojciech Szpankowski, Purdue U., and Prof. Alfredo Viola, U. of Uruguay.
07/11/2001
Escher and elliptic curves
HPL Colloquium by Prof. Hendrik Lenstra
20002001 HP/MSRI Visiting Research Professor
