Tonglin Chen

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About Me

I was a Ph.D. Student in Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Minnesota, advised by Prof. Marc Riedel. I did very good research and published very good papers. I was perhaps one journal paper away from completing my PhD, when I foolishly abandoned my studies, lured away by a high-paying company in the fruit business.

Research

My research is on DNA computing and DNA Storage. Directions that I am currently exploring include concentration-based computing with nicked DNA, theoretical complex computation on SIMDNA structures, and stochastic computing with random nicked DNA.

Papers

title: Parallel Pairwise Operations on Data Stored in DNA: Sorting, Shifting, and Searching
authors: Tonglin Chen, Arnav Solanki and Marc Riedel
presented at: International Conference on DNA Computing and Molecular Programming, 2021

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Paper

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Slides

title: Concentration-Based-Polynomial-Calculations-on-Nicked-DNA
authors: Tonglin Chen and Marc Riedel
presented at: IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing, 2020

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Paper

title: Stochastic Computation on DNA strands through Hydroxyl Nicking
authors: Arnav Solanki, Tonglin Chen and Marc Riedel
presented at: Foundations of Nanoscience: Self-Assembled Architectures and Devices, 2020

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Poster

title: Parallel Binary Sorting and Shifting with DNA
authors: Tonglin Chen and Marc Riedel
presented at: 11th International Workshop on Bio-Design Automation, Cambridge, England, 2019.

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Contact

Email: echo 'Y2hlbjUyMDJAdW1uLmVkdQo=' | base64 -d