Seth Lloyd

July 11, 2009

Seth Lloyd is an Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering at MIT and a principal investigator at the Research Laboratory of Electronics.

Prof. Lloyd is interested in information and the role it plays in physical systems, particularly systems in the quantum regime. Specific questions are: How do physical systems register information and move it about? How is information transformed and processed? And, most importantly, how do the ways in which a system transfers and transforms information determine its behavior?

Links:
http://rleweb.mit.edu/rlestaff/p-lloyd.htm
See essays by this author:
How Fast, How Small and How Powerful? Moore's Law and the Ultimate Laptop
Is the universe a quantum computer?
The Computational Universe