© 2015

DNA Computing and Molecular Programming

21st International Conference, DNA 21, Boston and Cambridge, MA, USA, August 17-21, 2015. Proceedings

  • Andrew Phillips
  • Peng Yin
Conference proceedings DNA 2015

Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume 9211)

Also part of the Theoretical Computer Science and General Issues book sub series (LNTCS, volume 9211)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-XII
  2. Neil Dalchau, Niall Murphy, Rasmus Petersen, Boyan Yordanov
    Pages 16-33
  3. Jacob Hendricks, Matthew J. Patitz, Trent A. Rogers
    Pages 55-70
  4. David Furcy, Samuel Micka, Scott M. Summers
    Pages 71-86
  5. Cameron T. Chalk, Bin Fu, Alejandro Huerta, Mario A. Maldonado, Eric Martinez, Robert T. Schweller et al.
    Pages 87-103
  6. Erik D. Demaine, Sándor P. Fekete, Christian Scheffer, Arne Schmidt
    Pages 104-116
  7. Zahra Derakhshandeh, Robert Gmyr, Thim Strothmann, Rida Bazzi, Andréa W. Richa, Christian Scheideler
    Pages 117-132
  8. Chris Thachuk, Erik Winfree, David Soloveichik
    Pages 133-153
  9. Matthew R. Lakin, Darko Stefanovic
    Pages 154-167
  10. Michael A. Boemo, Andrew J. Turberfield, Luca Cardelli
    Pages 168-180
  11. Leigh-Anne Mathieson, Anne Condon
    Pages 181-193
  12. Joseph Malcolm Schaeffer, Chris Thachuk, Erik Winfree
    Pages 194-211
  13. Back Matter
    Pages 213-213

About these proceedings


This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 21st International Conference on DNA Computing and Molecular Programming, DNA 21, held in Boston and Cambridge, MA, USA, in August 2015.

The 13 full papers presented were carefully selected from 63 submissions. The papers address all current issues related to biomolecular computing, such as: algorithms and models for computation on biomolecular systems; computational processes in vitro and in vivo; molecular switches, gates, devices, and circuits; molecular folding and self-assembly of nanostructures; analysis and theoretical models of laboratory techniques; molecular motors and molecular robotics; studies of fault-tolerance and error correction; software tools for analysis, simulation, and design; synthetic biology and in vitro evolution; applications in engineering, physics, chemistry, biology, and medicine.



Automated design Bioengineering Biomolecular systems Chemical reaction network DNA computing DNA strand displacement Folding pathways Leader election Molecular programming Molecular robotics Nanostructure Nucleic acids Program synthesis Self-assembly Stochastic simulation Supervised learning Synthetic biology Universal computation Verification programmable matter

Editors and affiliations

  • Andrew Phillips
    • 1
  • Peng Yin
    • 2
  1. 1.Microsoft ResearchCambridgeUnited Kingdom
  2. 2.Wyss InstituteBostonUSA

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