Aaron B. Wagner, Cornell University

Associate Professor Ithaca, New York ABW35@cornell.edu Office: (607) 255-1017

Bio/Research

I study problems at the intersection of information theory and other fields including networking, statistics, queueing theory, security, computational linguistics, and learning. I am particularly interested in network information theory, distributed compression and its application to peer-to-peer...

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Bio/Research

I study problems at the intersection of information theory and other fields including networking, statistics, queueing theory, security, computational linguistics, and learning. I am particularly interested in network information theory, distributed compression and its application to peer-to-peer networks, secure communication over timing and photonic channels, and communication and classification in high-dimensional or learning-limited environments. My colleagues and I have recently opened a new lab that we call FoIE: Foundations of Information Engineering.

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