Molecular Communication and Information Theory Laboratory
EckfordLab, the Molecular Communication and Information Theory Laboratory under the supervision of Professor Andrew Eckford, is located in the Lassonde School of Engineering at York University, Toronto, Canada. The lab is concerned with problems involving molecular communication, computational biology, and information theory.
- H. Elayan, A. W. Eckford, and R. S. Adve, "Selectivity of protein interactions stimulated by terahertz signals," accepted for publication in IEEE Transactions on Nanobioscience.
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Latest Published Papers
- D. Chen, A. G. Strang, A. W. Eckford, and P. J. Thomas, "Explicitly solvable continuous-time inference for partially observed Markov processes," IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing, vol. 70, pp. 6232-6242, 2022.
- A. S. Moffett, G. Cui, P. J. Thomas, W. D. Hunt, N. A. McCarty, R. S. Westafer, and A. W. Eckford, "Permissive and nonpermissive channel closings in CFTR revealed by a factor graph inference algorithm," Biophysical Reports, vol. 2, no. 4, 100083, Dec. 2022.
ScienceDirect open access
- On January 19, 2023, Prof. Eckford will be speaking at the Workshop on Molecular, Biological, and Multi-Scale Communications 2023 (online event), hosted by King's College London.
- Our recent paper on quorum sensing was covered by Phys.org and IFLScience.
EckfordLab is affiliated with the Centre for Innovation in Computing @ Lassonde.