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Anne Condon

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Biography: I am interested in computational complexity theory and design of algorithms, and their applications in bioinformatics, biomolecular computation, hardware verification, and combinatorial auctions. Much of my current work focuses on prediction of the secondary structure of nucleic acids from the base sequence, informed by thermodynamic energy models, as well as applications of prediction tools to design of biomolecules.

Field(s) of Research: Chemical Reaction Networks, Computer Science Theory

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Reference Materials

  1. Less haste, less waste: On recycling and its limits in strand displacement systems
  2. Reachability bounds for chemical reaction networks and strand displacement systems