Molecular programming and DNA nanotechnology: DNA tile self-assembly, DNA origami, and DNA strand displacement reactions. Universality, randomness, dynamics, complexity, and fractal geometry. Specifications, simulation, programming, and verification to make DNA nanotechnology more productive, predictable, and safe.
Dr. Jack Lutz
Area of Expertise:
Ph.D., Mathematics, California Institute of Technology, 1987
M.S., Computer Science, University of Kansas, 1981
M.A., Mathematics, University of Kansas, 1979
B.G.S., Mathematics, University of Kansas, 1976