I am an electrical engineer specialized in the field of molecular-scale computing. My work focuses on the design of self-assembled integrated molecular circuits using DNA as a structural material and networks of fluorescent molecules as the computational elements. In 2017, I received my PhD in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Duke University while working with Professors Chris Dwyer and Alvin Lebeck. As a student at Duke, I also received a Certificate in College Teaching and taught two separate courses: one undergraduate course on digital system design and one graduate course on integrated molecular systems.

For more information, contact me at craig.laboda@duke.edu.