Funded by TUBITAK 1001 – #123E516
2024 – 2027

Project details will be published soon. 

Project ARMOC

Adaptive and Reconfigurable Receiver Architectures for Molecular Communications towards Internet of Bio-Nano Things

Funded by TUBITAK 1001 – #120E301
June 2021 – June 2024

The main objective of this project is to develop the first micro/nanoscale experimental test and validation platform for microfluidic molecular communication (MC) systems accompanied by a theoretical design, modeling and optimization framework, and to devise novel experimentally-validated low-complexity MC methods, such as modulation, coding, synchronization, and detection techniques. 

Microfluidic Molecular Communications with Graphene-based Two-dimensional Nanoscale Receivers for Internet of Nano Things

Engineering Ligand-Receptor Interactions for Molecular Communications

Ligand-receptor (LR) interactions are essential for artificial molecular communication (MC) systems to have a selective and reliable channel/receiver interface in the form of a biorecognition layer consisting of ligand receptors. Recent studies have revealed the dramatic impact of LR interactions on the overall MC performance in terms of channel bandwidth, molecular interference, receiver sensitivity and dynamic range, posing a multi-objective optimisation problem. The aim of REINFORMATION is to understand, optimise and engineer the LR interactions for high data-rate and reliable MC systems.

Funded by Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions | Individual Fellowship
Duration: December 2021 – December 2023