My research addresses the algorithmic and combinatorial aspects of information in communication, management, and storage. I have special interest in information theory, coding theory, network communication and network coding, big data in the form of succinct data representation via geometric clustering, and probabilistic methods in combinatorics.
· International Workshop on Network Coding (TPC), NetCod 2016.
· IEEE International Symposium on Information Theory (TPC): ISIT 2016.
· DIMACS Workshop on Network Coding: the Next 15 Years (organizing committee): DIMACS, 2015.
· BIRS Workshop 15w5130: Between Shannon and Hamming: Network Information Theory and Combinatorics (organizing committee). Banff, Canada, 2015.
· International Workshop on Network Coding (TPC co-chair), NetCod 2015.
State University of New York at Buffalo.
Electrical Engineering Department.
230 Davis Hall.
Buffalo, NY 14260-2500
Dept. phone : (716) 645-3115
Office phone : (716) 645-1047
e-mail : mikel at buffalo dot edu
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