The 2021 IEEE Information Theory Workshop (ITW2021) will be held October 17-21 at Kanazawa Bunka Hall, Kanazawa, Japan.
Kanazawa is located in the middle of Honshu, the main island of Japan, and can conveniently be reached by train or airplane from Tokyo. Bordered by the Sea of Japan and the Japanese Alps, Kanazawa was also recognized as the world’s first UNESCO Creative City in the field of crafts and folk art. As a traditional city, Kanazawa hosts many historical places such as the Kenrokuen Garden, one of the “Three Great Gardens of Japan”, the Myoruji “Nijna Temple” with its many secret passages and hidden doors, and the Higashi Tea House District surrounded by historical shops and homes. The Kanazawa Bunka Hall venue is centrally located in Kanazawa. While admiring the traditional architecture, attendees will be able enjoy the delicate gold leaf arts and lacquerware, as well as the delicious seafood.
We seek original contributions in all areas of information theory and coding, including but not limited to :
– Low-Latency Communications
– Information-Theoretic Security
– Machine Learning for Communications
– Codes in the Cloud