DNA 30

Johns Hopkins University

September 16-20, 2024

The Meeting

Research in DNA computing and molecular programming draws together mathematics, computer science, physics, chemistry, biology, and nanotechnology to address the analysis, design, and synthesis of information-based molecular systems. This annual meeting is the premier forum where scientists with diverse backgrounds come together with the common purpose of applying principles and tools of computer science, physics, chemistry and mathematics to advance molecular-scale engineering and biology. The 30th International Conference on DNA Computing and Molecular Programming (DNA30), organized under the auspices of the International Society for Nanoscale Science, Computation and Engineering (ISNSCE), will focus on the most important recent experimental and theoretical results.

 

Poster Instruction

For authors interested in presenting their work only in the poster session, including research or projects of interest to the conference community. The abstract submission will be submitted electronically via EasyChair following the instructions and link at the conference web page. All poster submissions should be in PDF format and conform to the following guidelines:

The total length of the abstract should not exceed 1 page (11 point type, single spaced, 1 inch margins).

The one-page abstract should describe the primary results and their importance.

At the discretion of the PC, a small number of high-quality posters may be selected for short (10 minute) presentations at the conference. For consideration, optional supporting documentation is strongly encouraged to be submitted in addition to the one-page abstract.

Student Registration Fee Waiver

To be announced.

 

Registration

Student/Post Doc Earlybird Registration (expires July 30, 2024) $465 

Student/Post Doc Regular Registration  $515 

 

General Registration $615

 

All registrations include ISNSCE Membership Dues.

Solicitation for Papers

Papers and presentations are sought in all areas that relate to biomolecular computing, including, but not restricted to: 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; information storage; 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.

 

Submit Papers Here

 

Key Dates

Full paper (track A) and extended abstract (track B) submission: May 6, 2024

Notification of paper acceptance: July 1, 2024

Revised manuscripts due: July 15, 2024

Poster (track C) submission: July 8, 2024

Notification of poster acceptance: July 22, 2024

Early registration deadline: July 30, 2024 

Conference: September 16-20, 2024

NOTE: ALL DEADLINES ARE FIRM, THERE WILL BE NO EXTENSIONS!

 

Accomodations

The Study at Johns Hopkins- The Study at Johns Hopkins is the first and only hotel located on the university’s Homewood Campus. A contemporary transformation of the century-old Blackstone Apartments located at 33rd and North Charles Street, The Study offers an immersive experience in campus life and the eclectic energy of Charles Village. 3215 N Charles Street, Baltimore, MD 21218.  Book Here!

 

Inn at The Colonnade Baltimore– Located across the street from Johns Hopkins University and Blue Jays games at Homewood Field. 4 West University Parkway Baltimore, Maryland, 21218-2306. Book Here!

 

Conference Venue

The Scott-Bates Commons Conference Center, Baltimore, MD- 

Venue Location + Transportation

3301 North Charles Street,

Baltimore, Maryland 21218-2684

 

Nearby International Airport

Baltimore Washington International – 30 minutes

 

Invited Speakers

Julius B. Lucks

Professor Chemical and Biological Engineering

Northwestern University

Clifford P. Brangwynne

Chemical and Biological Engineering

Princeton University

Andrea Liu

Theoretical Soft and Living Matter Physicist

Kate Adamala

McKnight Land Grant Assistant Professor

University of Minnesota

Thomas Ouldridge

Imperial College London