Atomic clocks are letting physicists tighten the lasso around elusive phenomena such as dark matter.
Yesterday, via a notification from Lanyard, I came across a notice for the upcoming conference “The Information Universe” which hits several of the sweet spots for areas involving information theory, physics, the origin of life, complexity, computer science, and microbiology. It is scheduled to occur from October 7-9, 2015 at the Infoversum Theater in Groningen, The Netherlands.
I’ll let their site speak for itself below, but they already have an interesting line up of speakers including:
- Erik Verlinde, Professor Theoretical Physics, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands
- Alex Szalay, Alumni Centennial Professor of Astronomy, The Johns Hopkins University, USA
- Gerard ‘t Hooft, Professor Theoretical Physics, University of Utrecht, Netherlands
- Gregory Chaitin, Professor Mathematics and Computer Science, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brasil
- Charley Lineweaver, Professor Astronomy and Astrophysics, Australian National University, Australia
- Lude Franke, Professor System Genetics, University Medical Center Groningen, Netherlands