Information and Control in Networks: Workshop Program

Some photos from the event

Tuesday, 16 October

15:15-17:00 Focus period seminars (seminar room of Automatic Control Department, Ole Römers väg 1, Lund)
17:00-19:00 Welcomining reception and registration at the Automatic Control Department, Ole Römers väg 1, Lund

Wednesday, 17 October

08:30 Registration at the Old Bishop's Palace at Biskopsgatan 1 in Lund
Opening Remarks
Giacomo Como,, Bo Bernhardsson, Lund University

The complex braid of communication and control
Massimo Franceschetti, UC San Diego, USA
Elements of a nonstochastic information theory
Girish Nair, University of Melbourne, Australia
10:20 Coffee
Asymptotic anytime reliability of LDPC convolutional codes
Lars Rasmussen, Kungliga Tekniska Högskolan, Sweden
12:00 Lunch
15:20 Coffee
An Algorithm for cameras networks calibration
Sandro Zampieri, Universita di Padova, Italy
Optimal radio mode control for intelligent sensors nodes in NCS
Carlos Canudas-de-Wit, CNRS Grenoble, France

Thursday 18 October

Feedback for channels with in-block memory
Gerhard Kramer, Technische Universität Munchen, Germany
Some problems are easier with feedback
Amos Lapidoth, ETH Zurich
10:20 Coffee
12:00 Lunch
Stabilization and control over Gaussian networks
Mikael Skoglund, Kungliga Tekniska Högskolan, Sweden
Optimal design of information channels in networked control
Serdar Yüksel, Queen’s University, Canada
15:20 Coffee
On Networks, Capacities, and Controls
Michelle Effros, CalTech, USA
Sparse regression codes
Sekhar Tatikonda, Yale University, USA
18:30 Buses leave from Bangatan (green arrow on map)
19:00 Symposium Dinner at Flädie Mat & Vingård

Friday 19 October

10:20 Coffee
12:00 Lunch
Optimal Collaborative Control in the Absence of Communication
Laurent Lessard, Lund University, Sweden
Resilient distributed routing in dynamical flow networks
Giacomo Como, Lund University, Sweden
15:40 Coffee
Panel Discussion: Open problems and future challenges in Information and Control in Networks
Sanjoy Mitter (chair), Massachusetts Institute of Technology
17:00  Final remarks - end of the workshop