Course 4541.773: DNA Computing

(Advanced AI)

 

School of Computer Science and Engineering,

Graduate Programs in Bioinformatics,

Brain Science, and Cognitive Science
Seoul National University

Instructor

Danny van Noort

TA

In-Hee Lee

Classroom

302-308

Time

Tue, 13:00 ~ 14:30,   Thr,  13:00 ~ 14:30

Objectives
  • Studying the principles and applications of biomolecular computing
  • Acquiring the technologies for biomolecular information processing
  • Understanding the convergence of science and technology in frontier research
  • Practicing skills for writing and presenting technical papers and reports

  • Schedule
Lecture No. Main Subjects Ref PPT
Basics and Principles
1

Introduction

Ref1
Ref2
[PPT1]
[PPT2]
2

Theoretical Background - Biochemistry/Molecular Biology

Ref1
Ref2
Ref3
[PPT1]
[PPT2]
[PPT3]
3

Theoretical Background - Computer Science

Ref1
Ref2
[PPT1]
[PPT2]
[PPT3]
Mathematical Models
4

History of the Field

Ref1
Ref2
Ref3
Ref4
Ref5
[PPT1]
[PPT2]
[PPT3]
5

Splicing Systems

Ref1
Ref2
[PPT1]
[PPT2]
6 P Systems Ref1
Ref2
[PPT]
7 Hairpins Ref1
Ref2
[PPT]
8 Detection Techniques [PPT1]
[PPT2]
Micro Technologies
9

Micro-Technology Introduction

Ref1
Ref2
[PPT]
10 Microchips and Fluidics   [PPT]
11

Self Assembly

Ref1
Ref2
[PPT]
12

Regulatory Networks

Ref1
Ref2
[PPT]
13 Molecular Motors Ref1
Ref2
[PPT]
14 DNA Nanowires Ref [PPT]
15

Protein Computers

  [PPT]
Summary and Final Exam
16

DNA Computing - Summary

  [PPT]
17

Presentation of Essay and Discussion

  [PPT]

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