Accepted paper for publication

“Particular biomolecular processes as computing paradigms,” the first research outcome of the Project was accepted for publication in the 3rd World Congress ‘Genetics, Geriatrics and Neurodegenerative Diseases Research’, which was held at Toronto between 25 to 28 October 2018! This scientific gathering drew a lot of international interest and several promising research findings were presented (check the congress program here). Below, you can read the summary of our work.


The research on alternative computation paradigms has been initiated mainly because of the apparent limits induced by the nature of the materials and the methods used in current computing technologies. Due to the above observation, various bio-inspired computing methods have already been proposed and studied, both in practice and theory. In this paper, a review of such models is outlined with emphasis on biomolecular forms of computing, In addition, a novel biomolecular model of computation based on P systems is proposed inspired by the structure of mitochondria, namely the mitochondria P systems and automata.