Munich Workshop on Coding and Cryptography 2022
Andreas Heddergott / TUM
The 2022 Munich Workshop on Coding and Cryptography (MWCC) takes place at the TUM campus on June 22 to 24, 2022. The workshop consists of invited and contributed talks in the area of coding theory and cryptography and a poster session.
We look forward to seeing you in Munich!
Topics of interest
The workshop will cover several aspects of coding theory, with a special emphasis on topics releated to DNA-based data storage and coded computing.
The workshop will be taking place on the central campus of the Technical University of Munich in the building of the Institute for Commuications Engineering. You can find link of the location here (Google Maps) or here (TUM map).
- Welcome, Breaks and Poster Session will be held in Room N2407 and N2409 (2nd floor of building N4).
- Talks will be held in Room N0314 (Ground floor of building N3).
Helpful Information for Getting Around Munich
- Metro map Munich.
- Directions to Workshop venue from Metro station Theresienstraße
- We recommend the 9-Euro Ticket since it allows you to use the public transport in Munich (and regional trains all over Germany) during the whole month of June for a price of 9 euros. You can buy it at any MVV ticket machine in the metro/S-Bahn stations or via the MVV app or DB app.
- Please note that it is mandatory to wear an FFP2 mask in any public transport vehicule in Bavaria.
- Marc Antonini (Côte d'Azur University)
- Stark Draper (University of Toronto)
- Salim El Rouayheb (Rutgers University)
- Tuvi Etzion (Technion)
- Ryan Gabrys (University of California, San Diego)
- Alexandre Graell I Amat (Chalmers University)
- Reinhard Heckel (Technical University of Munich)
- Thomas Heinis (Imperial College London)
- Siddharth Jaggi (University of Bristol)
- Gauri Joshi (Carnegie Mellon University)
- Han Mao Kiah (Nanyang Technological University)
- Stéphane Lemaire (Sorbonne University)
- Olgica Milenkovic (University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign)
- Parimal Parag (Indian Institute of Science)
- Hulya Seferoglu (University of Illinois, Chicago)
- Vladimir Sidorenko (Technical University of Munich)
- Emina Solijanin (Rutgers University)
- Itzhak Tamo (Tel-Aviv University)
- Emanuele Viterbo (Monash University)
- Lele Wang (University of British Columbia, Vancouver)
- Zohar Yakhini (Interdisciplinary Center, Herzliya)
Here is a list of hotels for your stay in Munich, which are within proximity of the workshop venue and for which we can offer discounted rates.
- Hotel Antares: Discounted rates with booking reference "TUM Institute for Communications Engineering"
- Hotel Marienbad: We can offer a limited number of rooms for 85€/night (single) and 115€/night (double) including breakfast. If you are interested, please contact us.
Rawad Bitar, Andreas Lenz, Luis Maßny, Antonia Wachter-Zeh, Lorenz Welter, and Eitan Yaakobi