A physicist by training, David Wolpert is a resident faculty at the Santa Fe Institute and an IEEE fellow. He is known for using nonequilibrium statistical physics to analyze the thermodynamics of computing systems, extending game theory to model humans operating in complex engineered systems, exploiting machine learning to improve optimization, and Monte Carlo methods. A broader interested public knows David Wolpert for his modeling of the "No-Free-Lunch"-theorems in 1995.
David Wolpert will be visiting the Complexity Science Hub Vienna during the first week of April.
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