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Ephremides is plenary speaker at ISIT 2010

Ephremides is plenary speaker at ISIT 2010

Professor Tony Ephremides (ECE/ISR) gave a major plenary talk to the IEEE International Symposium on Information Theory (ISIT 2010) on June 16 in Austin, Texas. Ephremides spoke on “The Audacity of Throughput—A Trilogy of Rates.” The talk reviewed an important aspect of cross-layer issues in communication networks with emphasis on wireless networks and the impact of Ephremides' research on that topic.

Ephremides notes that he was "greatly honored to be a plenary speaker at this very high-quality symposium."

View slides of the talk in PowerPoint format here.

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