THE MOLECULAR MOTORS AND BIONANO GROUP AT THE DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY AND BIOMEDICAL SCIENCES
FRAUNHOFER INSTITUTE FOR ELECTRONIC NANO SYSTEMS
FRAUNHOFER INSTITUTE FOR SILICATE RESEARCH
One of the declared goals of this project is to generate and structure a larger interdisciplinary community addressing theoretical and technological aspects and identifying future applications of network-based biocomputation.
We are excited that we already have three Associated Partners, McGill University, Dept of Bioengineering (Montreal, Canada), Microsoft Research (Cambridge, UK), and Queensland University of Technology, School of Mathematical Sciences (Brisbane, Australia) who have documented their interest in collaborating with this project by sending a Letter of Support. We hope to enlarge the number of Associate Partners and invite researchers, both from acadamia and industry, working in related fields to cooperate with us.
We heartily invite researchers from academia and industry who are interested in contributing to the field of network based biocomputation. There are many opportunities to join this ambitious research field: You can participate in one of our workshops, submit your ideas to one of our open-innovation Bio4Comp awards (to be announced), start a scientific collaboration or even become an associated partner. Click the button below to get in touch with us.
COOPERATION WITH ARTISTS: VERTIGO-project
The Bio4Comp project participates in the VERTIGO-project. This initiative facilitates cooperation between artists and research projects within information and computation technologies. The Bio4Comp consortium has been selected as one of the hosting scientific projects. We heartily invite artists to apply for a residency in our project. After the closing of the Call-for-Artists a jury selects the most promising applications of artists for residencies in research projects. The call for artists is open until 22 May 2017.
Artists who would like to cooperate with Bio4Comp and need more information are welcome to e-mail the Project Manager Gerda Rentschler.
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)