2021 IEEE North American School of Information Theory

Poster Sessions and Titles

Poster room layout

poster room layout 

Monday, June 21, 1:00-2:30 pm PDT

  1. Debarnab Mitra, Concentrated Stopping Set Design for Coded Merkle Tree: Improving Security Against Data Availability Attacks in Blockchain Systems

  2. Fabrizio Carpi, Single-Shot Compression for Hypothesis Testing

  3. Anindya Bijoy Das, Coded Sparse Matrix Computation Schemes That Leverage Partial Stragglers

  4. Raaz Dwivedi, Revisiting Complexity and the Bias-Variance Tradeoff

  5. Irem Ergun, Distributed Privacy-Preserving Machine Learning

  6. Nahid Esmati, Private Linear Transformation: The Single Server Case

  7. Konstantinos Konstantinidis, ByzShield: An Efficient and Robust System for Distributed Training

  8. Ning Zhang, Attributed Graph Alignment

  9. Bo Guan, Superstring-Based Sequence Obfuscation to Thwart Pattern Matching Attacks

  10. Mahshad Shariatnasab, On Graph Matching Using Generalized Seed Side-Information

  11. Nishant Mehrotra, DoF Region for Joint Imaging & Uplink Communication

  12. Noah Brüstle, Variations on the Magic Square Game and Their Communication Class

  13. Yinbin Ma, A General Coded Caching Scheme for Scalar Linear Function Retrieval

  14. Somalatha U, Role of Shared Key for Secure Communication over 2-User Gaussian Z-Interference Channel

  15. Serhat Bakirtas, Database Matching Under Column Deletions

  16. Hibatallah Alwazani, Channel Estimation for Distributed Intelligent Reflecting Surfaces Assisted Multi-User MISO Systems

  17. Shraddha Sahoo, Finite Block Length Achievable Rates for Interference Limited Scenarios’

  18. Deeraj Kumar, Finite Block Length Information Theory and Its Importance in Mission Critical Applications

  19. Sarah Bahanshal, Binary Decomposition and Coding Schemes for the Peak-Constrained IM/DD Channel

  20. Siyao Li, A Control-Theoretic Linear Coding Scheme for the Fading Gaussian Broadcast Channel with Feedback

  21. Mobina Mobaraki, Vision- Based Real-Time Seam Tracking and Defect Detection in GMAW Fillet Welding Process Using Neural Networks

  22. Ziao Wang, Universal Graph Compression: Stochastic Block Models

  23. Ruowen Bai, Kramers-Kronig Based Optical OFDM for Bandlimited Visible Light Communications

  24. Jovana Plavsic, Visualization of Digital Twin Data

  25. Morteza Shoushtari, Caching for Secrecy over the Binary Erasure Wiretap Channel

Thursday, June 24, 1:00-2:30 pm PDT

  1. Anuj Yadav and Manideep Mamindlapally, Role of Costs in Commitment over Noisy Channels

  2. Reza Rafie Borujeny, A Perturbative Channel Model for Optical Fiber

  3. Matias Pinto, Swarm Intelligence for Decentralized Decision Making in Mining

  4. Minoh Jeong, Permutation Recovery by Linear Decoding: Optimality and Asymptotics

  5. Sarthak Jain, Scheduling and Relaying for Half-Duplex Wireless Networks: Efficiency and Optimality

  6. Deborsi Basu, Dynamic Network Slicing and VNF Embedding in QoS-Aware Softwarized 5G Networks

  7. Jian-Jia Weng, An Information Bottleneck Problem with Rényi's Entropy

  8. Ecenaz Erdemir, Active Privacy-Utility Trade-Off Against a Hypothesis Testing Adversary

  9. Zhenyu Zhang, On Implementing a Neural Network Based Costa's Dirty Paper Coding Scheme

  10. Haoyue Tang, Cache Updating Strategy Minimizing the Age of Information with Time-Varying Files’ Popularities

  11. Nourhan Hesham, The Average Coding Rate of Large-Scale Wireless Networks in the Finite Block-Length Regime

  12. Sourbh Bhadane, Principal Bit Analysis: Autoencoding with Schur-Concave Loss

  13. Borna Sayedana, Cross-Layer Communication over Fading Channels with Adaptive Decision Feedback

  14. Ningze Wang, Multi-Message Private Information Retrieval Using Random Input Key

  15. Neha Sangwan, Communication with Adversary Identification in Byzantine Multiple Access Channels

  16. Bharath Shamasundar, Spectral Efficiency of Multi-Antenna Index Modulation

  17. Neel Gandhi, Training Quantum Machine Learning Models with Aid of Kernels

  18. Surabhi Garudangiri Dayananda, Orthogonal Time Frequency Space Modulation (OTFS)

  19. Reent Schlegel, Privacy-Preserving Coded Mobile Edge Computing for Low-Latency Distributed Inference

  20. Mahmoud Hasabelnaby, End-To-End Rate Enhancement in C-RAN Using Multi-Pair Two-Way Computation

  21. Tao Jiang, Learning to Reflect and to Beamform for Intelligent Reflecting Surface with Implicit Channel Estimation

  22. Kareem Attiah, Deep Learning for Distributed Channel Feedback and Multiuser Precoding in FDD Massive MIMO

  23. Hassan ZivariFard, Keyless Covert Communication via Channel State Information

  24. Ammarah Kaderdina, Improving Diagnosis of Developmental Hip Dysplasia Using Location-Tagged 2D Ultrasound

  25. Ziteng Sun, Interactive Inference Under Information Constraints