Finding routes to compute using chemical reaction networks. The ability to process mountains of data in split seconds seems inadequate when confronted with simulations of modern societal, organizational, and global challenges. We aim to create specialized chemical computers based on concepts outside the realm of silicon-based computers.
10-02-2021: Hazal Koyuncu will join our group as a Ph. D. student. Looking forward to see her in April and strengthen our team with her research experience in microfluidics and microscopic techniques.
5-11-2020: Veni grant awarded to Albert Wong. In this research, he proposed to lay the foundation for novel molecular computing strategies to predict dynamics in complex systems. Please see Press Releases from the Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research, NWO, and University of Twente for a summary of my research proposal.
01-08-2020: Dmitry Kryukov will join our group as a Ph. D. student. Looking forward to see him in September!
01-08-2020: Albert Wong is part of The Center for Brain-Inspired Nano Systems (BRAINS). This center comprises 10+ PI from various disciplines, ranging from computer science, artificial intelligence to neuroscience, and aims to develop efficient hardware for information processing. We look forward to contribute to this goal by developing molecular neural networks.