SFI’s popular Ulam Lecture Series — now in its 24th year — features two talks that explore the Information Edge, the principle underlying both the creation and destruction of our universe’s complex structures.
Using simple, accessible examples from cosmology, quantum physics, and biological and financial systems, Seth Lloyd will shine a light on this powerful perspective. Lloyd is a professor of mechanical engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a member of the SFI external faculty.
Lloyd, the author of Programming the Universe: A Quantum Computer Scientist Takes on the Cosmos, makes complex concepts accessible through everyday examples. His research focuses on the interplay of information with complex systems.
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Seating for SFI’s community lectures is limited and ticket reservations are required. Reserve free tickets through the Lensic Box Office online or call 505.988.1234. Attendees must reserve a ticket for each night.