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Welcome to the 2007 IEEE Communication Theory Workshop

The communication theory workshop (CTW) is one of the most prestigious technical events sponsored by IEEE Communication Society (ComSoc). CTW will hold its 36th annual technical program at Hilton Sedona Resort & Spa, Sedona, Arizona from 20th till 23rd of May 2007. The setting is extremely cozy, friendly, and the venue is ideal for a focused workshop. The workshop enjoys the broad reputation for a forum that brings distinguished researchers and scientists to a small venue for a strong technical program.

The theme for the workshop is on convergence of network and physical layer issues. The workshop will promote discussions on a paradigm shift where point-to-point communication issues will be expanded to consider cross layer engineering design that will include the distributed information sources, the radio enabled nodes in the network, and the physical radio channels between the nodes. The technical program will begin with three plenary lectures by distinguished speakers: Professor Robert Calderbank from Princeton University, Professor Anthony Ephremides from University of Maryland, and Professor Venugopal Veeravalli from University of Illinois. Between technical sessions there will be two panels which offer a debate forum for leading researchers to brainstorm new research directions.

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Hilton Sedona Resort & Spa

Sedona, Arizona

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Arizona State UniversityThe University of Arizona, Tucson Arizona