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Applications of Information Theory to fundamental Physics

Project: Research


Shannon's information theory of equilibrium states has already underpinned fundamental progress in a diverse range of subjects such as computing, cryptography, telecommunications, physiology, linguistics, biochemical signalling, mathematics and physics.

In this highly interdisciplinary project, the principal investigator (PI) will develop the information theory of non-equilibrium states. This work has the potential to influence further new science areas and to enable new applications, research methods and long-term innovations. The PI will demonstrate the transformative nature of this research by applying the newly developed theory to grand challenges, in very different research fields including digital information technologies, study of genome sequences and cosmology.
Effective start/end date3/06/19 → …

Collaborative partners


  • Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council: £11,686.00

Award relations

Anti ferroelctric materials for non volatile memory applications

Dr Melvin Vopson

Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council: £11,686.00


Award date: 15/12/17

Funding: R: ResearchAward


ID: 21921043