Research Theme

Bio-Nano telecommunications

A new paradigm shift has occurred in the field of communication systems and networks, where artificial communication systems are created from biological components. These communication systems are known as molecular communication systems. This thematic area is investigating how molecular communications can be applied for biomedical application. This includes modelling communication systems at the nanoscale that occurs between neurons in the cortex, modelling the neural communication process through the nervous system, as well as modelling virus propagation through the circulatory system (e.g., Zika virus).

Members
Dr. Sasi Balasubramaniam

Director of Research

Michael Barros

IRC Post Doc Fellow

Geoflly Adonias

PhD Researcher

Mike Donohue

PhD Researcher

Daniel Martins

PhD Researcher

Collaborators
Department of Science

Waterford Institue of Technology

Lee Coffey

Researcher – Molecular Biology, Biotechnology, Recombinant DNA Technology, Horizontal Gene Transfer

Projects

All TSSG projects related to the Beyond 5G Technologies research theme

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H2020 TERAPOD

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