Webinar: €5,000 Prize For Novel Biocomputing Ideas
Are you a researcher in the biocomputing field? Get recognised for your work and learn more about the €5,000 Bio4Comp Open Innovation Award in our webinar on 24 Sept. 2019, 11:00-12:15 CEST.
The event is being organised under the umbrella of the Future Tech Week by Bio4Comp, the European Commission-funded project that seeks to advance the nascent field of biocomputing - the realisation of which will produce computers that are faster and vastly consume less energy or resources!
During the webinar, we will unveil the 2nd Call for Applications, the new topic and the mechanics of the awarding where the new winning idea will win €5,000.
The webinar will also announce the winner of the first round who will present their winning idea which addressed “Encoding and decoding of information from cytoskeletal filaments for parallel computing”
Curious? Join our FREE webinar! Register now!
Who should attend
Introduction to the Bio4Comp Open Innovation Award
Heiner Linke, Prof of Nanophysics Lund University, Sweden and Coordinator of Bio4Comp
Announcement of the 1st Bio4Comp Open Innovation Award Winner, and presentation of the runners-up
Danny Reuter, Microtechnology researcher, Fraunhofer-ENAS, Chemnitz, Germany
and chairman of the jury
The Winning Idea: Colorimetric path tagging of laments using DNA-based meta fluorophores
Adam Micolich, Prof of Nanoelectronics, UNSW
2nd Call for Ideas: “Design and Visualisation of NBC algorithms”
Topic, Mechanics, and How to Join
Hillel Kugler, Faculty of Engineering at Bar-Ilan University, Israel
Moderated by: Heiner Linke
About: Bio4Comp is a project supported by the EU's Future and Emerging Technologies (FET) Horizon 2020 programme with an international team of researchers and technologists that are working together to run Bio4Comp interdisciplinary research project touching mathematics, biology, engineering and computation.