Network coding, partitions and security

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The Network coding, partitions and security meeting will be held on 20 November 2013 in celebration of my recent appointment as lecturer.

Network coding is a modern technique to transmit data through a network, which can dramatically outperform routing in theory.
At this meeting, we first give an introduction of this topic, we then expose some relations between the theory of network coding and problems on partitions and we finally discuss some security problems for network coding.

Speakers include: The talks run from 2 to 5pm. There will be coffee beforehand and a reception afterwards.

Location: E245, Higginson building (School of Engineering and Computing Sciences), Science site, Durham University.

The meeting is free of charge, everyone is welcome, though if you are interested in attending please register by contacting me.
No previous knowledge of network coding is required.

The meeting is supported by an LMS grant to celebrate new appointments and by the School of Engineering and Computing Sciences at Durham University.

Last updated: 19/11/2013