Photo: Anja Upmeier
Combinatorial problems can be encoded into nanofabricated networks and solved by large numbers of molecular-motor-propelled protein filaments in so called Network-based biocomputation. In this workshop, experts of quantum- and DNA computing and molecular motor-powered, network-based computing will join forces to develop new directions in biocomputation.
We are looking forward to inspiring talks and posters, as well as to new collaborations and initiatives.
Zev Bryant (Stanford University, USA)
Beáta Bugyi (University of Pécs, Hungary)
Irene Fernandez-Cuesta (Univ. Hamburg, Germany)
Adam Micolich (UNSW, Australia)
Dan Nicolau Sr. (McGill University, Canada)
Francis Woodhouse (University of Cambridge)
Yoshihisa Yamamoto (Stanford University, USA)
Boyan Yordanov (Microsoft Research, UK)
Vienna House QF Hotel, Dresden
Deadline: 31st August 2017
Registration is closed
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)