2010 IEICE Information Theory Conference

Sponsored by
Technical Committee on Information Theory, IEICE, Japan

Technically Sponsored by
Department of Electrical Engineering, University of Hawaii
IEEE Information Theory Society, Japan Chapter

Executive Committees
  • Chair
    Tomohiko Uyematsu
    (Tokyo Institute of Tech.)
  • Secretaries
    Masazumi Kurihara
    (Univ. of Electro-Comm.)
    Hidenori Kuwakado
    (Kobe Univ.)
    Hideki Yoshikawa
    (Tohoku Gakuin Univ)
  • Organizers
    Anders Host-Madsen
    (Univ. of Hawaii)
    Hiroshi Kamabe
    (Gifu Univ.)
    Aleksandar Kavcic
    (Univ. of Hawaii)
    Tetsuya Kojima
    (Tokyo Nat. Col. of Tech.)
    Anthony Kuh
    (Univ. of Hawaii)
    Takuya Kusaka
    (Okayama Univ.)
    Narayana Prasad Santhanam
    (Univ. of Hawaii)
    Galen Sasaki
    (Univ. of Hawaii)
    Hitoshi Tokushige
    (Univ. of Tokushima)
  • Advisors
    Toru Fujiwara
    (Osaka Univ.)
    Hideki Imai
    (Chuo Univ.)
    Hisashi Kobayashi
    (Princeton Univ.)
    Shu Lin
    (Univ. of California, Davis)
    Toshiyasu Matsushima
    (Waseda Univ.)
    Ikuo Oka
    (Osaka City Univ.)

2010 IEICE Information Theory Conference
(IEICE Technical Meeting)

January 7-8, 2010
Campus Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa
Hawaii, USA
http://www.hawaii.edu/campuscenter/ [Map]

Invited Talk
Scheduler for Downlink Scheduling in Wireless Networks
Yoshikuni Onozato, Gunma University

Topics of interest include but are not limited to the following:
Error Control Coding Coding Theory and Practice Coded Modulation
Data Compression and Source Coding Communication Systems Optical Communications
Detection and Estimation Mobile Communications Spread Spectrum Systems
Pattern Recognition and Learning Signal Processing Speech/Image Coding
Stochastic Processes Cryptology and Data Security Data Networks
Applications of Information Theory Shannon Theory Multiuser Information Theory
Rate-Distortion Theory Quantum Information Processing

Important Date:
Registration (only for authors): October 16, 2009 4:59 HAST (UTC -10hr)
October 16, 2009 23:59 JST (UTC +9hr)
Camera-ready manuscript: December 10, 2009 13:59 HAST (UTC -10hr)
December 11, 2009 8:59 JST (UTC +9hr)

  • For prospective authors
    • The registration for prospective authors is available. [registration site for authors]
      Prospective authors are cordially requested to submit, abstract with the title of the paper, the author's name(s), affiliation, and contact information of mailing address, telephone/facsimile numbers and e-mail address, through the Registration System (for authors) of technical committee on Information Theory, IEICE, Japan.
    • Instruction of paper submission will be sent to authors via e-mail from IEICE when the registration was completed. Templates for camera ready are avaialble below.
      Latex template: ieice-it-template.tar.gz
      Microsoft Word template: ieice-it-template.doc
  • For prospective participants (including authors)
    Prospective participants are requested to register in our registration site. [registration site for participants]
    Note: As the registration site for participants and the registration site for authors are managed separately, prospective authors are requested to register in both of sites. We apologize for the inconvenience.

Notice to authors and participants

  1. [New] Map: [Campus Center (Venue)] [Kohnotori (casual dinner party)]
  2. [New] We are going to have a casual dinner party.
    Date & Time:January 7, 2010 18:00-20:00
    PlaceKohnotori (Japanese restaurant)
    Address:2626 S.King St. (walking distance from the conference room)
    Fee:regular $60, student $40
  3. The official language of the conference is English. The manuscript shall be written in English.
  4. Papers will be accepted without review as for regular IEICE meetings. However, if the number of submitted papers exceeds the conference capacity, the executive committee will proceed to a selection based primarily on the novelty of the results presented.
  5. Accepted papers will be published in the IEICE Technical report (proceedings). The assignment of copyright agreement is required at the registration.
  6. The camera-ready deadline is very strict. The paper does not appear in the proceedings if the author fails to submit it until the deadline.
  7. The registration is free for all participants. One copy of the proceedings is provided free to each of speakers (not authors). The extra copy of proceedings will be sold on site.
  8. We are planning social events such as banquet. The social events will be extra of charge.
  9. We do not coordinate accommodations.
  10. If you have any question, please contact it-mtg1001 (at) mail.ieice.org.

Technical Committee on Information Theory, IEICE, Japan