Brian Fett

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Formerly an M.S. student in the Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Minnesota. Now gainfully employed at Seagate.

Funding

I was awarded a Traineeship through the Biomedical Informatics and Computational Biology Program.

Education

I received my B.S. and M.S. degrees from the Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Minnesota.

Papers

title: The Analysis and Mapping of Cyclic Circuits with Boolean Satisfiability
authors: John Backes, Brian Fett, and Marc Riedel
submitted to: Journal on Satisfiability, Boolean Modeling and Computation.

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Paper

title: Writing and Compiling Code into Biochemistry
authors: Adam Shea, Brian Fett, Marc Riedel, and Keshab Parhi
presented at: International Conference on Computer-Aided Design , San Jose, CA, 2009; and at
Pacific Symposium on Biocomputing, Kona, Hawaii, 2010 (see blog).

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Slides

title: Module Locking in Biochemical Systems
authors: Brian Fett and Marc Riedel
presented at: International Conference on Computer-Aided Design, San Jose, CA, 2008; and at
Synthetic Biology 4.0, Hong Kong, 2008.

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Slides

title: The Analysis of Cyclic Circuits with Boolean Satisfiability
authors: John Backes, Brian Fett, and Marc Riedel
presented at: The International Conference on Computer-Aided Design, San Jose, CA, 2008.

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title: Synthesizing Stochasticity in Biochemical Systems
authors: Brian Fett, Shuki Bruck, and Marc Riedel
presented at: Design Automation Conference, San Diego, 2007; and at
Synthetic Biology 3.0, Zürich, 2007.

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Thesis

title: Synthesizing Stochasticity in Biochemical Systems
authors: Brian Fett
M.S. Thesis: Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Minnesota, 2010.

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M.S. Thesis