Tu-PM1-6: Wiretap Channel 1

Session Type: Lecture
Time: Tuesday, June 16, 15:00 - 16:40
Location: S425 (L4)
Session Chair: Matthieu Bloch, Georgia Tech
 
Tu-PM1-6.1: Gaussian Wiretap Channel with Shared Keys Between Transmitter and Helpers
         Wanyao Zhao; University of Toronto
         Ashish Khisti; University of Toronto
 
Tu-PM1-6.2: On the Capacity of the Wiretap Channel with Generalized Feedback
         German Bassi; CentraleSup√©lec
         Pablo Piantanida; CentraleSup√©lec
         Shlomo Shamai; Technion - Israel Institute of Technology
 
Tu-PM1-6.3: Wiretap Channel II with a Noisy Main Channel
         Mohamed Nafea; The Pennsylvania State University
         Aylin Yener; The Pennsylvania State University
 
Tu-PM1-6.4: Sufficiently Myopic Adversaries are Blind
         Bikash Kumar Dey; Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay
         Sidharth Jaggi; The Chinese University of Hong Kong
         Michael Langberg; SUNY at Buffalo
 
Tu-PM1-6.5: On the Oblivious Transfer Capacity of the Degraded Wiretapped Binary Erasure Channel
         Manoj Mishra; Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay
         Bikash Kumar Dey; Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay
         Vinod M. Prabhakaran; Tata Institute of Fundamental Research
         Suhas Diggavi; University of California, Los Angeles