2018年7月“现代无线通信论坛”( Workshop on Advances in Wireless Communications 2018)

发布者:沈如达发布时间:2018-06-30浏览次数:318

东南大学移动通信国家重点实验室将于201871814:00-17:00在秣周东路南京上秦淮假日酒店悠谷厅(秣周东路地铁站旁边)举办2018年度“现代无线通信论坛”( Workshop on Advances in Wireless Communications 2018)。本次论坛邀请了两位在国际无线通信和信号处理领域享有很高声誉的著名学者,欢迎感兴趣的老师和同学届时前往聆听。

718日讲座专家信息:

Prof. Simon Godsill

(University of Cambridge, UK)

Title: Bayesian Learning of latent dynamic network structures and intentionality from noisy sensor data


Abstract: In this talk we motivate and describe methodologies for uncovering dynamic structures, linkages and intentionalities from incomplete and noisy data, potentially arriving from multiple sensors. We illustrate the methods through application to inference about destinations of shipping data, multiple object tracking data where object behaviours and linkages may be evolving over time, high frequency financial data where very noisy and incomplete information must be used to predict and react to changes in the market structure over time, and in User Interfaces for automobiles in which the task is to determine accurately and rapidly the intended icon a user is pointing at on a screen, based on the trajectory of hand motion near to the screen, and in the presence of disturbances from suspension and road surface.

Prof. Sennur Ulukus

(University of Maryland, USA)

Title: Private Information Retrieval


Abstract: Private information retrieval (PIR) is a canonical problem to study the privacy of users as they download content from publicly accessible databases. In PIR, a user (retriever) wishes to download data from one or more databases in such a way that no individual database can tell which data has been retrieved. PIR has originated in the computer science literature, and has recently been revisited by the information theory community. The information-theoretic re formulation of the problem aims at determining the fundamental limits of the PIR problem, i.e., what is the largest number of bits that can be retrieved privately per bit of download, or equivalently, what is the minimum number of downloads needed per bit of private retrieval? This new information-theoretic approach also proposes novel PIR schemes which achieve or approach these fundamental limits. In this talk, I will describe the problem, summarize several break-through results in the history of this problem, and present some of the recent advances in this field.

会议日程

718日安排:(由于会场离无线谷较近,请自行前往会场)

13:50-14:15 参会人员入场

14:15-14:30 开幕式,尤肖虎老师主持;

14:30-17:00 专家报告

17:00-17:45 晚餐

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