Session I 9:00-10:30

Index Coding and Related topics
Chair: Mureil Medard (MIT, USA)                                            (5 papers)

Optimal Scalar Linear Index Codes for One-Sided Neighboring Side-Information Problems

B. Sundar Rajan and Mahesh Vaddi (Indian Institute of Science, India).

Local Partial Clique and Cycle Covers for Index Coding

Abhishek Agarwal (University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, USA); Arya Mazumdar (University of Massachusetts Amherst, USA).

Graph-Theoretic Approaches to Two-Sender Index Coding.

Chandra Thapa and Lawrence Ong (The University of Newcastle, Australia); Sarah J Johnson (University of Newcastle, Australia).

An Equivalence Between Secure Network and Index Coding

Lawrence Ong (The University of Newcastle, Australia); Badri N Vellambi and Joerg Kliewer (New Jersey Institute of Technology, USA); Phee Lep Yeoh (University of Melbourne, Australia).

A Random Graph Theoretic Framework for Analyzing Instantly Decodable Network Codes.

Shahriar Etemadi Tajbakhsh (University of Oxford, United Kingdom); Parastoo Sadeghi (The Australian National University, Australia); Justin P Coon (University of Oxford, United Kingdom).

Session II 11:00-12:30

Network Information Flows and Information-Theoretic Aspects of Network Coding

Chair: Joerg Kliewer (New Jersey Institute of Technology, USA)    (5 papers)

On the Capacity Advantage of a Single Bit

 Michael Langberg (State University of New York at Buffalo, USA); Michelle Effros (California Institute of Technology, USA).

Extended Multiple Descriptions and Inner Bound

 Tao Guo (The Chinese University of Hong Kong & Institute of Network Coding, Hong Kong); Raymond W. Yeung (The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong).

A Delaunay Triangulation Approach to Space Information Flow

 Jiaqing Huang (Huazhong University of Science and Technology & School of Electronic Information and Communications, P.R. China); Zongpeng Li (University of Calgary, Canada).

Further Results on Finite-Length Analysis of BATS Codes

 Shenghao Yang (The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzhen, P.R. China); Raymond W. Yeung (The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong).

A Faster Algorithm for Asymptotic Communication for Omniscience

 Ni Ding (The Australian National University, Australia); Chung Chan and Qiaoqiao Zhou (The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong); Rodney Andrew Kennedy and Parastoo Sadeghi (The Australian National University, Australia).

Lunch 12:30-13:30


Implementation showcase 

Chair: Alex Sprintson (Texas A&M University, USA)   (3 presentations)

Secure Storage and Cloud Aggregation Using Network Coding: A Multi-Platform Demonstration

Marcell Feher (Chocolate Cloud ApS, Denmark), Jonas Sand Madsen (Chocolate Cloud ApS, Denmark), Daniel E. Lucani (Chocolate Cloud ApS and University of Aalborg, Denmark).

Application of Network Coding in 5G Communication Scenarios
Frank Fitzek, (Technical University Dresden).

Network Coding to Provide Reliable Communications in Powerline

 Josu Bilbao (Ikerlan Technology Research Centre), Pedro M. Crespo (University of Navarra and CEIT, San Sebastian, Spain),  Igor Armendariz (Ikerlan Technology Research Centre), Muriel Medard (MIT, USA).


Short keynote address

Chair: Salim El Rouayheb, (Illinois Institute of Technology, USA)

NSF Funding Opportunities for Basic Research in Network Coding

Rick Brown, United States National Science Foundation 

Session III  14:18-15:30

Computation, Caching, and Streaming

Chair: Salim El Rouayheb, (Illinois Institute of Technology, USA)     (4 papers)

Broadcast Function Computation with Complementary Side Information

Jithin R and Bikash K Dey (Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, India).


A Unified Coding Framework for Distributed Computing with Straggling Servers

 Songze Li (University of Southern California, USA); Mohammad Ali Maddah-Ali (Bell Labs, Alcatel Lucent, USA); Salman Avestimehr (University of Southern California, USA).

Coded Caching with Low Subpacketization Levels

Li Tang and Aditya Ramamoorthy (Iowa State University, USA).

Joint FEC across Multiple Streams with Different Playout Deadlines

Devin Lui, Ahmed Badr and Ashish Khisti (University of Toronto, Canada); Wai-Tian Tan, Xiaoqing Zhu and John Apostolopoulos (Cisco Systems, USA).

Session IV  16:00-17:30

Security,  Privacy and Broadcast

Chair: Aditya Ramamoorthy (Iowa State University, USA)  (5 papers)

On secure network coding for two unicast sessions: studying butterflies

Gaurav Kumar Agarwal (University of California Los Angeles, USA); Martina Cardone (University of Califonia, Los Angeles, USA); Christina Fragouli (UCLA, USA).

eSPOC: enhanced Secure Practical Network Coding for Better Efficiency and Lower Latency

 Stefan Pfennig (TU Dresden, Germany); Elke Franz (TU Dresden, Germany).

The Capacity of Symmetric Private Information Retrieval

 Hua Sun (University of California, Irvine, USA); Syed Ali Jafar (University of California Irvine, USA).

The Benefit of Limited Feedback to Generation-Based Random Linear Network Coding in Wireless Broadcast

 Mingchao Yu and Parastoo Sadeghi (The Australian National University, Australia); Alex Sprintson (Texas A&M University, USA)

Benefits of Opportunistic Routing, Implicit Acknowledgments, and Network Coding on a Linear Broadcast Network

Daniel Whisman (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA); Muriel Medard (MIT, USA); Julius Kusuma and Arnaud Croux (Schlumberger-Doll Research, USA)

Maintained by the GLOBECOM NetCod 2016 organizing committee.