--- In memory of Prof. Michele Elia ---
|April 13, 2021||Registrations for ACT21 are open.|
|March 11, 2021||The 2021 ACT summer school will take place online between June 7 and June 11, 2021. The details about the program and registration will be announced soon.|
|March 11, 2020||The 2020 ACT summer school has been postponed by one year due to coronovirus epidemic.|
The landscape of algebraic coding theory has undergone major changes in the last years. In particular, the theory of error-correcting codes has inspired many mathematicians who were interested in applying techniques from algebra, algebraic geometry and discrete mathematics in order to progress on questions in information processing. Indeed, coding theory lies at the intersection of several disciplines in pure and applied mathematics such as algebra, number theory, probability theory, statistics, combinatorics, complexity theory, and statistical physics, which all have helped in the past to increase our knowledge in communication theory.
This summer school aims to focus the attention on different algebraic aspects of the theory of error-correcting codes. The summer school is structured in four mini-courses, each of which is intended to deepen a specific aspect of coding theory.
The details about the mini-courses will be announced soon.
In addition to the mini-courses, open problem sessions and contributed talk sessions are planned during the week, according to the detailed program schedule. The event is dedicated to junior researchers, doctorate students and Postdocs, as well as other established researchers that are interested in the topic.
|April 2021||Registration Opens|
|June 7-11, 2021||Summer School|
Will be published soon.
Click here to register.
The summer school will take place virtually using Zoom and Gather.
You can use the following link to get help on using Zoom and Gather platform:
Further information will be provided to the registered participants via email.
For general queries please contact: