Led by CSoI postdocs, Thomas Courtade and Pulkit Grover, this project was completed in December of 2013. This team sought to address the problem of improving information theoretic techniques, because almost all current methods rely on measuring phenomena and non-asynmptotic problem formulations, which are poor methods. This team sought to develop new techniques and tools to address these problems. The team brought together researchers from the fields of information theory and theoretical computer science to take a fresh look at Boolean functions. This project was active from September 1, 2012 - December, 2013.
A presentation of the project is avaliable here.