Hi everyone. I wasn't sure where to post this thread, so I figured I'll post this under General Physics. Out of interest, I've been perusing online about connections that exist between statistical physics and theoretical computer science. For example, consider the following report by Pietro Caputo (a physicist/mathematician) and Alistair Sinclair (a theoretical computer scientist): https://arxiv.org/abs/1609.06897 This makes me think -- I'm wondering if any of you out there are aware of more collaborations between physicists and computer scientists on common research problems. Also, I'm curious to see if research in different branches of physics may have direct repercussions for research in computer science, and vice versa.