The Information Systems Laboratory Colloquium (ISLC) is typically held in Packard 101 every Thursday at 4:15 pm during the academic year. Refreshments are usually served after the talk.
The Colloquium is organized by graduate students Chris Fougner, Hyeji Kim, Neal Master and Dor Shaviv. To suggest speakers, please contact any of the students.
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|1/22/2014||Moses Charikar (Princeton)||[abstract]|
|1/29/2014||E.J. Chichilnisky (Stanford)||[abstract]|
|2/12/2014||Sanjay Shakkottai (UT Austin)||abstract|
|2/19/2014||Constantine Caramanis (UT Austin)||abstract|
|2/26/2014||Warren Hoburg (MIT)||abstract|
|3/5/2014||Massimo Franceschetti (UCSD)||abstract|
|3/19/2014||Pramod Viswanath (UIUC)||abstract||
1/14/2014 Gustavo de Veciana (UT Austin) [abstract]
9/26/2014 Giuseppe Caire (USC) [abstract]
10/22/2014 Edmund Yeh (Northeastern) [abstract]
2/04/2014 Amin Shokrollahi (Kandou Bus) [abstract] video
Information Theory Forum
The Information Theory Forum (IT-Forum) at Stanford ISL is an interdisciplinary academic forum which focuses on mathematical aspects of information processing. With a primary emphasis on information theory, we also welcome researchers from signal processing, learning and statistical inference, control and optimization to deliver talks at our forum. We also warmly welcome industrial affiliates in the above fields. The forum is typically held in Packard 202 every Friday at 1:00 pm during the academic year.
For the schedule please visit