Biocomputing Network
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Join the Biocomputing Network


The main aim of our community is to facilitate interactions and collaboration between people interested in network-based biocomputation. We welcome members who are either experts or those interested in alternate, energy efficient computing.

Benefits of becoming a member:


  • Connect with people working on similar/complementary aspects of biological computing
  • Learn about events organized in network-based biocomputation
  • We’ll help you share your latest news and achievements across our networks allowing you to reach a larger audience
  • Showcase your work through our workshops or webinars
  • Exchange best practices and get inspired
  • Stay updated with the latest achievements in biological computing

Join us now!

 
 
 
Microtechnology/Nanotechnology
Semiconductors
Bioinformatics
Biotech
Other
 
Theory and Algorithms
Hybrid Computing
Biological information encoding
Light controlled molecules
Integrated biological sensing
Other
 
 

GDPR* compliance:

For your membership we collect this personal information: first and last name, e-mail, and affiliation. This information will solely be used to fulfil the purpose of the biological computing community (manage your membership and share information about biological computing news/events/progress) and will not be passed on to third parties. 

This page is managed by Lund University on behalf of the Bio4Comp Consortium. More information about the Lund University policy for personal data it is available here.

By signing up you agree to the information you give will be used solely used for the purpose stated above. 

*GDPR: General Data Protection Regulation 

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s

Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 732482.

Call: FETPROACT-2016; Type of Action: RIA (Research and Innovation Action)

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