Methods and Data Submissions

TMBMC has a new “Methods and Data” article type that allows authors to submit manuscripts that include experimental protocols, data sets, and data analysis methods. These manuscripts should encourage growth in the use of experimental methods and the use and analysis of established data sets.

All submissions must be based on high-quality research that has already been published or accepted in a peer-reviewed venue, either by the same authors or by another group, and this must be clearly indicated. Thus, a “Methods and Data” submission does not need to verify the underlying research. Instead, a submission should focus on the description of the experimental setup and the value of the provided data set.

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Volume 5, Issue 1 is Now Out

Volume 5, Issue 1 just came out, including an editorial from our new Editor-in-Chief, Dr. Chan-Byoung Chae. Below is a list of the articles. Be sure to check them out if you find any of the topics interesting!

You may also notice that we have our first Methods and Data Paper. This new section is edited by Dr. Adam Noel and Dr. Werner Haselmayr. More information to come soon, so stay tuned.

FEATURES

Sequential Bayesian Detection of Spike Activities From Fluorescence Observations (Z. Wei, B. Li, W. Guo, W. Hu, C. Zhao)

A Quantized Representation of Probability in the Brain (J. Tee, D. P. Taylor)

Channel Modeling and Characterization for Wireless Networks-on-Chip Communications in the Millimeter Wave and Terahertz Bands (Y. Chen, C. Han)

Experimental and Analytical Analysis of Macro-Scale Molecular Communications Within Closed Boundaries (D. T. Mcguiness, S. Giannoukos, S. Taylor, A. Marshall)

METHODS

A Molecular Communication Testbed Based on Proton Pumping Bacteria: Methods and Data (Invited; L. Grebenstein, J. Kirchner, W. Wicke, A. Ahmadzadeh, V. Jamali, G. Fischer, R. Weigel, A. Burkovski, R. Schober)

LETTERS

Spatial Receptor Allocation for a Multiple Access Hub in Nanonetworks (F. Gokbudak, B. C. Akdeniz, T. Tugcu, A. E. Pusane)

Volume 4, Issue 4 is Now Out

Volume 4, Issue 4 just came out. Below is a list of articles. Be sure to check them out if you find any of the topics interesting!

FEATURES

On Flow-Induced Diffusive Mobile Molecular Communication: First Hitting Time and Performance Analysis (N. Varshney, W. Haselmayr, W. Guo)

Energy Efficient Nano-Node Association and Resource Allocation for Hierarchical Nano-Communication Networks (L. Feng, Q. Yang, D. Park, K. S. Kwak)

Neuronal Synchronization Can Control the Energy Efficiency of Inter-Spike Interval Coding (S. Ghavami, V. Rahmati, F. Lahouti, L. Schwabe)

Performance Analysis of Diffusive Mobile Multiuser Molecular Communication With Drift (Z. Cheng, Y. Zhang, M. Xia)

Uncertainty Quantification in Molecular Signals Using Polynomial Chaos Expansion (M. Abbaszadeh, G. Moutsinas, P. Thomas, W. Guo)

LETTERS

Molecular Information Delivery in Porous Media (Y. Fang, W. Guo, M. Icardi, A. Noel, N. Yang)

Volume 4, Issue 3 is now out

Volume 4, Issue 3 just came out. Below is a list of articles. Be sure to check them out if you find any of the topics interesting!

FEATURES

Inferring Genome-Wide Interaction Networks Using the Phi-Mixing Coefficient, and Applications to Lung and Breast
Cancer (Invited; N. Singh, M. E. Ahsen, N. Challapalli, H.-S. Kim, M. A. White, and M. Vidyasagar)

Receiver Techniques for Diffusion-Based Molecular Nano Communications Using an Adaptive Neuro-Fuzzy-Based
Multivariate Polynomial Approximation (G. H. Alshammri, W. K. M. Ahmed, and V. B. Lawrence)

High Speed Chemical Vapor Communication Using Photoionization Detectors in Turbulent Flow (M. Ozmen, E. Kennedy, J. Rose, P. Shakya, J. K. Rosenstein, and C. Rose)

Diffusive Molecular Communications With Reactive Molecules: Channel Modeling and Signal Design (V. Jamali, N. Farsad, R. Schober, and A. Goldsmith)

LETTERS

Abnormality Detection Inside Blood Vessels With Mobile Nanomachines (N. Varshney, A. Patel, Y. Deng, W. Haselmayr, P. K. Varshney, and A. Nallanathan)

Volume 4, Issue 2 is now out

Volume 4, Issue 2 came out earlier this month. Below is a list of articles. Be sure to check them out if you find any of the topics interesting!

FEATURES

Optimal Detection for One-Shot Transmission Over Diffusion-Based Molecular Timing Channels (Y. Murin, N. Farsad, M. Chowdhury, and A. Goldsmith)

Diffusion-Based Molecular Communication With Limited Molecule Production Rate (H. G. Bafghi, A. Gohari, M. Mirmohseni, G. Aminian, and M. Nasiri-Kenari)

Design of Robust and Efficient Topology Using Enhanced Gene Regulatory Networks (S. Roy, V. K. Shah, and S. K. Das)

Capacity Limits of Diffusion-Based Molecular Timing Channels With Finite Particle Lifetime (N. Farsad, Y. Murin, A. W. Eckford, and A. Goldsmith)

3-D Diffusive-Drift Molecular Channel Characterization for Active and Passive Receivers (Ankit and M. R. Bhatnagar)

LETTERS

Impulse Response of the Molecular Diffusion Channel With a Spherical Absorbing Receiver and a Spherical Reflective Boundary (F. Dinç, B. C. Akdeniz, A. E. Pusane, and T. Tugcu)