An IEEE Information Theory Workshop (ITW) is typically a small gathering that focuses on topics related to information theory. Every edition of the workshop possesses a different theme or emphasis. The venue of the workshop changes from year to year, and there may be several editions of the workshop within a calendar year.
List of ITWs
The 2006 IEEE Information Theory Workshop, was organized by the Facultad de Ingenieria-Universidad de la Republica, Uruguay, and the IEEE Information Theory Society.
This Information Theory Workshop focused on theory and practice in information-theoretic security at the Awaji Yumebutai International Conference Center, and was sponsored by the Information Theory Society in cooperation with the International Association for Cryptologic Research.
This Information Theory Workshop was held under the banner of coding and complexity. The workshop was sponsored by the IEEE Information Theory Society and supported by the Royal Society of New Zealand.
This Information Theory Workshop brought together leading engineers, mathematicians and scientists working on information-theoretic results with applications including, but not limited to state-of-the-art communication systems and multimedia.
The workshop was supported by Groupe des Ecoles des Telecommunications (GET) as well as by Societe des Electriciens et des Electroniciens (SEE).
This Information Theory Workshop was dedicated to advancements in the processing, transmission, and storage of information. It specifically encompassed theoretical and certain applied aspects of coding, communications and communications networks, complexity and cryptography, detection and estimation, learning, Shannon theory, and stochastic processes.