Math Division features Coding Theory on Research Colloquium

Featuring the Coding Theory and Cryptography (CTC) cluster, the Mathematics Division Research Committee conducted a research colloquium on February 26, 2024, at MB 101A in the Mathematics Building, UPLB.

Assistant Professor John Mark T. Lampos and Assistant Professor Krizal John C. Espacio each presented their research in depth. Asst. Prof. Lampos’ talk, entitled “Matrix product codes over rings: what is known and what can be done," started with an introduction on communication and the mathematics behind it. He emphasized the importance of coding theory in this digital era. He ended his talk with possible research directions if students want to pursue research in coding theory. Asst. Prof. Espacio then discussed group codes with his presentation "Group codes: an introduction, construction, and self-duality." He also ended his talk with some more future research directions for students who would like to do research in group codes.

After all the talks and discussions, the two speakers were awarded certificates of appreciation.

Dr. Herbert S. Palines, also a member of CTC, was the host of the event, which drew 92 participants.

(JB Mamplata)