The international conference on Sequences and their Applications (SETA) is a biannual conference series devoted to the mathematical theory of sequences used in wireless communications, cryptography and their applications. This is a premier conference for researchers working in mathematics, communication and computer science in the specific area of pseudorandom sequences. The conference provides a forum for the research communities of these domains, and covers all of the fundamental, computational and implementation aspects of these fields.
The SETA proceedings will be published by Springer.
List of speakers:
Associate Professor Josef Dick (University of New South Wales, Australia)
Josef is an expert on quasi-Monte Carlo simulations. His research uses a variety of techniques from number theory, abstract algebra (finite fields in particular), discrepancy theory, wavelet theory and statistics, for the rigorous analysis of practical algorithms for computational problems.
Professor Tor Helleseth (University of Bergen, Norway)
The head of the Selmer Center, a research center in reliable and secure communication
Tor is an international expert on sequences for correlations. He is an IEEE Fellow and a member of Det Norske Videnskaps-Akademi.
Kathy Horadam (Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Australia)
Kathy is an expert on Hadamard matrices and codes. She is a Fellow of Australian Mathematical Society, 2001
Bernhard Schmidt (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore)
Bernhard is an internationally renowned researcher in the fields of Finite Geometry and Algebraic Number Theory. He created a new mathematical method called the “field descent” which is widely known in the research community.