- Schedule: TR 12:30-1:50pm, 2015 ECE Building
- Professor: Yihong Wu, yihongwu@illinois.edu, 129 CSL
- Office hours: Tuesday 3-4pm, 129 CSL or by appointments
- Teaching assistant: Aolin Xu aolinxu2@illinois.edu
- TA office hours: Tuesdays, 4-6pm, 4036 ECE Building

- First lecture: Tuesday, Aug. 26 2014
- The use of these proof techniques is highly discouranged in this course.
- Midterm I [Solutions]: Monday, Oct. 6, 7-9:30 pm, Room: 3015 ECEB. You can bring one letter-size (8.5x11'') sheet of notes. Calculators or other electronic devices are NOT allowed. Here is an excellent idea of creating cheat sheet.
- Midterm II [Solutions]: Monday, Nov. 17, 7-9:30 pm, Room: 3015 ECEB. You can bring two letter-size (8.5x11'') sheets of notes. Calculators or other electronic devices are NOT allowed.
- Final: Tuesday, Dec. 16, 7-10 pm, Room: 2015 ECEB. You can bring three letter-size (8.5x11'') sheets of notes. Calculators or other electronic devices are NOT allowed.
- Cancelled lectures: Tuesday, Sep. 30; Thursday, Oct. 2; Tuesday, Dec. 2.
- Make-up lectures: Monday, Oct. 13, 7-8:20 pm, Room: 3015 ECEB.
- Midterms from Fall 2012 (courtesy of Prof. Moulin): Midterm 1 [Solutions], Midterm 2 [Solutions].

Welcome to ELE 563! This is a graduate-level introduction to the mathematics of Information Theory, with emphasis on the modern aspects of non-asymptotics and information spectrum methods. We will also discuss various connections/applications to computer science and statistics.

The syllabus is here. We will use these lecture notes (updated Oct 2014) co-developed with Prof. Yury Polyanskiy at MIT. Handouts on new materials will be provided.

- Homework 1 [Solutions]
- Homework 2 [Solutions]
- Homework 3 [Solutions]
- Homework 4 [Solutions]
- Homework 5 [Solutions]
- Homework 6 [Solutions]
- Homework 7 [Solutions]
- Homework 8 [Solutions]
- Homework 9 [Solutions]
- Homework 10 [Solutions]
- Homework 11