During the conference, we aspire to bring together experts as well as young researchers from a number of different communities to discuss and debate the definition and interpretation of information, as well as its role in the way we try to build understanding and accumulate insights in physics, astronomy, computer science, mathematics, bioinformatics and neuroscience. Contributions from any of these fields are strongly encouraged.

The conference will host sessions on:

  1. Emergent space-time and gravity - Information Universe in vivo
  2. Euclid, cosmology and large-scale structure
  3. Quantum information and computation
  4. Machine learning - Information Universe in vitro (including industrial applications)
  5. Information, complexity and handling big data (including applications)
  6. Life science and biology
  7. Information and the Theory of Everything

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