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Titus Klinge

Assistant Professor of Computer Science
305 Collier-Scripps Hall

Titus Klinge is an Assistant Professor of Computer Science at Drake University and received his B.S. and Ph.D. in Computer Science from Iowa State University. He enjoys teaching Introduction to Computer Science and Theory of Computation. Professor Klinge's research is in molecular programming, a broad field that aims to harness the computational properties of molecules to compute algorithms and self-assemble structures at the nanoscale. Molecular programming is highly interdisciplinary and includes researchers from computer science, software engineering, molecular biology, chemistry, and many more. In particular, Professor Klinge studies models of molecular biology and chemistry and their capacity to compute algorithms in adversarial environments. His research interests also include algorithmic information theory, software engineering, and formal verification.

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