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Welcome to the Gupta laboratory of Natural Information Processing at DA-IICT. Research in our lab currently focuses on two aspects of information processing viz. deciphering the information processing principles in life (systems biology) and making a computer out of bio-molecules. The key expertise of the lab is in error-correcting codes. We also work in classical and quantum information processing principles with expertise in coding theory and its wide variety of applications in Information and Communication Technology (ICT).
 
Welcome to the Gupta laboratory of Natural Information Processing at DA-IICT. Research in our lab currently focuses on two aspects of information processing viz. deciphering the information processing principles in life (systems biology) and making a computer out of bio-molecules. The key expertise of the lab is in error-correcting codes. We also work in classical and quantum information processing principles with expertise in coding theory and its wide variety of applications in Information and Communication Technology (ICT).
  
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Please see our new course [http://openwetware.org/wiki/IT468/F2011 IT468:Introduction to Natural Computing].
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See our team page at [http://openwetware.org/wiki/Biomod/2011/DAIICT/DANanoTrons Biomod 2011]

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Welcome to the Gupta laboratory of Natural Information Processing at DA-IICT. Research in our lab currently focuses on two aspects of information processing viz. deciphering the information processing principles in life (systems biology) and making a computer out of bio-molecules. The key expertise of the lab is in error-correcting codes. We also work in classical and quantum information processing principles with expertise in coding theory and its wide variety of applications in Information and Communication Technology (ICT).

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Please see our new course IT468:Introduction to Natural Computing. See our team page at Biomod 2011