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  • Understanding Information-Energy Interactions

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    Our team brings together information theorist with circuits and power transfer students. We believe that understanding information-energy interactions is a tremendous opportunity for information scientists to expand the scope of traditional information theory. Problems we are looking at include energy in communications and computation with error-correcting codes that attain minimum total communication power, and minimizing energy in computing the Fourier transform. In addition we are interested in wireless information and power/energy transfer looking at the concepts that build on ideas from Shannon and Tesla. This projects has been active from September 1, 2012 - current.

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