Category Archives: Unconventional Computing

IEEE Spectrum article about our work

Eleonore Vissol-Gaudin recently attended the IEEE Conference on Rebooting Computing to show how our liquid crystal-carbon nanotube ‘brains’ can be trained to spot complex patterns in data, such as diagnosing liver disease.  She did an excellent job and the people … Continue reading

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Unconventional Computing Seminar Series

We were delighted to host Prof Susan Stepney (York) for her talk on ‘Sub-symbolic Artificial Chemistries,’ to kick off our Durham Seminar Series on Unconventional computing.  This series, co-organised by myself and Dr Viv Kendon (Physics) will bring experts in … Continue reading

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Evolving Electronics published in Scientific Reports

Our collaborative team of Durham researchers have published an exciting new paper in Scientific Reports in which we show how Carbon Nanotubes suspended in Liquid Crystals can be ‘evolved’ to perform specific computational functions.  The video below shows a real-time … Continue reading

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Unconventional Computing

Some exciting work carried out at Durham’s School of Engineering and Computing Sciences has been presented at this year’s conference on Unconventional Computation and Natural Computation in Manchester, UK.  In our paper, Eleonore Vissol-Gaudin (supervised by Dr Api Kostialos) shows … Continue reading

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