On June, 13th -14th 2013, the Institute of Communications and Navigation hosted the First DLR Workshop on Random Access and Coding. The two-day workshop comprised ten invited talks given by prominent international researchers in the areas of coding and random access, with the scope of identifying synergies between well-established wireless random access techniques and the most recent advances in the field of (channel) coding. The workshop covered topics spanning from Aloha-like protocols, network information theory, multi-user detection, to graph-based codes, coupled coding and modulation schemes.
Gianluigi Liva Institute of Communications and Navigation, DLRgianluigi.firstname.lastname@example.org
Enrico PaoliniDepartment of Electrical, Electronic, andInformation Engineering, University of Bolognae.email@example.com
Andrea MunariInstitute of Communications and Navigation, DLRandrea.firstname.lastname@example.org
Matteo BerioliInstitute of Communications and Navigation, DLRmatteo.email@example.com
Sandro ScaliseInstitute of Communications and Navigation, DLRsandro.firstname.lastname@example.org
Paola PuliniInstitute of Communications and Navigation, DLRpaola.email@example.com
Marco ChianiDepartment of Electrical, Electronic, andInformation Engineering, University of Bolognamarco.firstname.lastname@example.org