Class Time: Wednesday (02:00-02:55 pm) , Thursday (02:00-02:55 pm) and Friday (02:00-02:55 pm)
Place: CEP 104
3 January - 9 January
No classes for this week
10 January - 16 January
Introduction and History
17 January - 23 January
24 January - 30 January
CALL FOR PAPERS - Submission Deadline April 18, 2018
DNA24 – 24th International Conference on DNA Computing and Molecular Programming
Oct. 8-12, 2018
SHANDONG NORMAL UNIVERSITY, China
CALL FOR PAPERS - Submission Deadline February 1, 2018
FNANO17 - FOUNDATIONS OF NANOSCIENCE: SELF-ASSEMBLED ARCHITECTURES AND DEVICES
Monday, April 16 – Thursday, April 19, 2018
Snowbird Cliff Lodge, Snowbird, Utah
31 January - 6 February
7 February - 13 February
Flow of the Slides Covered:
Introduction, Mathematical_Preliminaries, Languages, DFA, NFA, Regular_Properties, Regular_Expressions, PDA_Accept_Context_Free, DPDA, Turing,
Turing_Variations, Universal_Turing, Context_Free_Properties, Regular_Grammars, Context_Free_Grammars, Chomsky_Hierarchy, Time_Complexity, Undecidable, Other_Models, NP_Complete.
14 February - 20 February
21 February - 27 February
28 February - 6 March
In Sem Break
7 March - 13 March
14 March - 20 March
Explore DNA nanostructures desinging software at Guptalab
3DNA : http://www.guptalab.org/3dna/
DNAPen : http://www.guptalab.org/dnapen/
21 March - 27 March
28 March - 3 April
4 April - 10 April
11 April - 17 April
For Natural Computing Project Submission: Submit the following for the project. Each of the items should be zipped in a folder.
1. Project report in latex format (including all source files such as figures, .tex file and pdf files). Include figures created by you, if you are using an image from another source, include the image source and credits. Include references to understand the project well.
2. Link to youtube video (The video should contain your explanation of the project. You can use any software to create the video. have slides. There is no limitation on the time length of the video)
3. The ppt of the project.
4. If you opt to develop a software then please include a complete source code and help file including a manual on how to use the software.
For video, each member has to prepare the separate video. You can prepare a video on paper presentation topic assigned to you.
Note that: Please note that uploaded reports and PPT will be checked for plagiarism using automated software. So do not copy paste. Familiarise yourself about plagiarism by reading here http://www.plagiarism.org/plagiarism-101/what-is-plagiarism/. Please prepare your own video and do not use videos from other resources. Plagiarism found in any form will be graded F.
18 April - 24 April
25 April - 1 May
Final Exam Week
IT 468 Final Exam:
Test 2: Duration: 2 hours, Number of questions: 4, Course: Topics Include (Everything after first mid term that was taught in class): Cellular Automata, DNA Computing Experiments, DNA Extraction, PCR, Gel Electrophoresis etc. and Models of DNA Computation: Non-Autonomous Models, Autonomous Models: DNA Self Assembly (DNA Tiles Models: aTAM, kTAM, Solving Specific Problems and Error Correction Schemes using DNA Tiles, DNA Origami), DNA Codes, Chemical Computing, DCRN, SCRN, Solving Specific Problems using Chemical Computing, DSD and visual DSD, DNA Circuits etc., All the presentations done in the class. Software and Tools used in all the above topics. Good luck !