Coded computing is a novel computing paradigm that utilizes coding theory to effectively inject and leverage data/computation redundancy to mitigate several fundamental bottlenecks in large-scale distributed computing, namely communication bandwidth, straggler’s (i.e., slow or failing nodes) delay, privacy and security bottlenecks. This tutorial/panel provides a brief overview of coded computing, highlights several exciting recent/future research directions in this area, and ends with Q&A with participants/panelists on coded computing. 


Salman Avestimehr

University of Southern California

Viveck Cadambe

Penn State University

Suhas Diggavi

University of California, Los Angeles
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Presentation Chairs

Salman Avestimehr

University of Southern California

Giuseppe Caire

Technical University of Berlin

Date & Time

Wed, June 24, 2020

10:00 am – 11:00 am