Studying distributed algorithms for micro-scale swarms of synthetic cells will help target wounds or infections in the body.
Professor Andrea W. Richa joined Arizona State University (ASU) in 1998. She is currently affiliated with the Biomimicry Center at ASU, and the Biosocial Complexity Initiative in general. Professor Richa’s main areas of expertise are in distributed/network algorithms and computing in general.
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Proper theoretical analysis of energy usage within programmable matter is critical in the development of self-organizing particle systems.