As appropriate to the historical location of ITW2015, the workshop will host a special panel discussion on the history of information theory.
The event is organized by Tony Ephremides, with confirmed contributors: David Forney, Robert Gallager, Sergio Verdú, Andrew Viterbi and Jacob Ziv.
For more details see the Program page.
A brief video on Jerusalem’s history by PhD TV was added to the About Jerusalem page.
Authors may upload their submitted papers through the link to EDAS below:
More details on submission can be found in the CFP page.
Preliminary program information, including plenary speakers and invited sessions, can be found on the Program page.
The Technical Program Committee for ITW 2015 has formed, and its members can be found here.
A call for papers in pdf format is now added to the CFP page. Feel free to distribute!
- Paper submission: October 24, 2014 (23:59:59pm PDT)
- Acceptance notification: January 10, 2015
- Final paper submission: March 1, 2015 (23:59:59pm PDT)
More information in the Call for Papers page.
ITW 2015 in Jerusalem is now (unanimously!) approved by the Board of Governors of the IEEE Information Theory Society.
Looking forward to seeing you in Jerusalem, April 26-May 1, 2015.
ITW2015 preliminary site is open.
The workshop is pending approval from IEEE/Information Theory Society.
More details soon!