Information Engines

 
 

Synthetic nanoscale systems can behave as information engines, performing tasks that involve the manipulation of both information and energy. This remarkable fact, highlighted by recent theoretical and experimental breakthroughs, motivates our research. Our goal is to develop a unified framework for understanding, designing, and implementing information-processing engines.

Welcome

Information Engines:

Nanoscale Control, Computing, & Communication

Out of Equilibrium

MURI Project Lead Institution


Complexity Sciences Center

195 Physics

Physics Department

University of California at Davis

530-752-0600

chaos@ucdavis.edu


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NEWS!


$12.5M in grants for complexity, networks research (UCD article): CSC wins two Multidisciplinary University Research Initiatives, greatly expanding its complex systems research. Also, see Funding