Special Issue "Information-Theoretic Concepts in Physics"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 1 May 2023 | Viewed by 585
Interests: philosophy of physics; philosophy of computing; history and philosophy of science; Kant
Information-theoretic concepts are becoming increasingly important in physics, both in applied and theoretical physics. Examples include using quantum-mechanical systems to perform computations and transmit information; the use of information-theoretic concepts to characterize gravitational phenomena, such as black holes; informational axiomatizations and interpretations of quantum theory; and many others.
The goal of this Special Issue is to provide an interdisciplinary snapshot of the foundational and philosophical research at the cutting edge of this important area of physics. We welcome submissions focused on topics such as (but not restricted to):
- Historical perspectives on the use of informational concepts in physics;
- Quantum and classical information;
- Quantum and classical computational resources;
- Informational interpretations and axiomatizations of physical theories;
- Informational approaches to spacetime phenomena;
- Informational characterizations of thermodynamical phenomena and the thermodynamics of information;
- Informational characterizations of open systems phenomena;
- General methodological and philosophical issues related to the physics of information.
Dr. Michael Cuffaro
Prof. Dr. Stephan Hartmann
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- information in physics
- information and spacetime
- information-theoretic axiomatizations
- thermodynamics of information
- quantum information
- quantum computing
- philosophy of information