EL E/CSCI Joint Seminar - Coding Theory for Scalable Media Delivery
EL E/CSCI Joint Seminar
Time: Oct 9, 2014, 14:30pm
Place: Weir 106
Title: Coding theory for scalable media delivery
Speaker: Michael Luby, VP Technology, Qualcomm Inc.
Abstract: I will describe some work that I have been involved with over the years that is focused on media delivery and media streaming. The presentation in particular overviews the RaptorQ (IETF RFC 6330) technology, and describes how this technology has been and could be used in commercial deployments. No specialized background is necessary for this presentation.
Brief Biography: Mike Luby, Vice President, Technology, Qualcomm, Inc, focuses on multimedia delivery and streaming technologies, ranging from research and development to standardization and commercialization. He has been recognized for his work in coding theory, cryptography and content delivery technologies, including the IEEE Richard W. Hamming Medal, the ACM SIGCOMM Test of Time Award, the IEEE Eric E. Sumner Communications Theory Award, and the ACM SIAM Outstanding Paper Prize. Mike earned a BSc in Applied Math from M.I.T. and a PhD in Theoretical Computer Science from UC Berkeley. He is a member of the National Academy of Engineering and is an IEEE Fellow.