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About ComSoc

This committee focuses on nanoscale communication in the range from nanometers to micrometers. Nanoscale communication may be based on biological materials and mechanisms (molecular communication), electromagnetic waves and principles (electromagnetic communication), or quantum states and quantum physics (quantum communication). Nanoscale communication is a paradigm-shifting communication and networking technology that enables nano-to-micro meter scale devices to coordinate and perform a wide range of applications from targeted drug delivery, inbody nanosensor wireless networks and computing in a new paradigm.

Chair | Andrew Eckford
Vice-Chair | Lin Lin
Secretary | Adam Noel

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